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Drones: Three videos ranging the gamut

First, on the most serious note, a protest and an absurd conviction stemming around the killer drones of the 174th Attack Wing at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base near Syracuse, New York, via… 504 more words

Politics

The last honest conservative: Meet the brilliant Ronald Reagan appointee making Antonin Scalia’s life very difficult - ERIC J. SEGALL TUESDAY, SEP 2, 2014 9:17 PM UTC

Judge Richard Posner has written nearly 40 books, hundreds of articles and thousands of judicial opinions. He is, by far, the most cited legal scholar alive today (probably ever). 815 more words

Lifestyle

‘Next time it won’t be celebrity secrets,’ warns Democrat on privacy hack - By Julian Hattem - 09/02/14 06:33 PM EDT

The release of hundreds of stolen nude and sexually suggestive photos of celebrities could propel Congress to get moving on new legislation to protect people’s data. 400 more words

Government

How to sack a PCC

Q. How do you sack a Police and Crime Commissioner?
A. With great difficulty.

In recent days, politicians have been scratching their heads at how a PCC might be forced from office. 489 more words

Criminal Justice

How to Use Social Media to Grow a Law Firm Email List

Although traditional email marketing doesn t always have the same flash of some newer techniques, it s a tried and true way to maintain contact with previous/current clients and continually bring in new leads. 56 more words

U.S. Attorney General Addresses Criminal Sentencing Reform

An accomplished trial lawyer in the Boca Raton office of Kopelowitz Ostrow PA, Fred A. Schwartz focuses on commercial civil matters, civil arbitration, and federal white collar criminal cases. 154 more words

Fred A. Schwartz