America’s Military General Worship

Via WRSA, from Matt Bracken. I have no doubt he was promised something for this bit is silliness.  No one actually believes those things about Hillary Clinton.  With the corruption, Uranium One, the misadventures in Haiti, and the trail of dead bodies lining the streets from Arkansas to Washington, D.C., everyone knows all about the Clintons.  This isn’t hard.  It’s also not difficult to believe that no one in the audience believed a word of his speech.  The more difficult thing is to understan...
Tags: Politics, Washington, Osama Bin Laden, America, Department Of Defense, Afghanistan, Military, Hillary Clinton, Taliban, Pakistan, Arkansas, Meryl Streep, Army, Marines, Donald Trump, Haiti

Tyrant Cop Threatens Open Carrier In Florida

I have several observations. First, the “commander” is an asshole. Second, they don’t know the law the way they should. Third, and I’ll say this for the hundredth time, muzzle flagging people like cops do is dangerous to life. Fourth, listen again to the “commander’s” words.  Any time someone says that they support the second amendment, but … you know they’re lying. Fifth, it’s good to see folks in Florida challenging the cops.  These 2A audits are becoming a thing.  I like that.  A man has n...
Tags: Florida, Military, Open Carry, Second Amendment, Florida Open Carry

Mike DeWine On Gun Control

David Codrea: “Principled Statesman Mike DeWine Endorsed by Brady Campaign,” the headline read. “While many politicians pander to ideologically out of touch special interests, Mike DeWine does the hard work on bread and butter issues and defends the rights of the majority,” the flack piece continued. “DeWine was a leader in the fight against legislation that called for special rights for gun dealers and manufacturers facing gun violence victims trying to hold them accountable for negligence.” Th...
Tags: David, Military, Gun Control, Brady, Mike DeWine, DeWine, David Codrea

Turkey: New Electronic Notification Requirements Introduced - Acar & Ergonen Law Firm

The Law amending the Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law and Other Laws (the Amendment Law) was published in the Official Gazette on March 15, 2018 and entered into force on the same date.
Tags: News, Law, Turkey

Arkansas CopWatch Gets Detained For Open Carry

Arkansas CopWatch gets stopped for open carry.  I thought this was a settled issue in Arkansas?  Anyway, it’s good to see folks conducting 2A audits, and more specifically, open carry audits.
Tags: Military, Arkansas, Open Carry, Second Amendment, Arkansas Open Carry

Violence And Blood Lead Levels

No, I’m not kidding. More than half of the people who were perpetrators or victims of gun violence in Milwaukee in recent years had elevated blood lead levels as children, according to a study released Friday by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The study of nearly 90,000 residents, conducted at the University’s Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health, suggests a link between early childhood lead exposure and gun violence in later years. Lindsay R. Emer, the study’s lead author, said it wa...
Tags: Milwaukee, Military, Humor, Wisconsin, Uwm, Emer, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Medical College, Lindsay R Emer, National Center for State Court

Alison Krauss, Bela Fleck And Earl Scruggs

First up is Alison Krauss, who has a voice like an angel, along with Union Station.  Next up is Bela Fleck, who is the greatest living banjo player.  Finally, at around 45 minutes into the video, Earl Scruggs joins him.
Tags: Music, Military, Bela Fleck, Alison Krauss, Earl Scruggs, Alison Krauss Bela Fleck

Claiming a Process Rather than a Mere Principle

by Dennis Crouch The USPTO is maintaining an updated set of “select eligibility cases” (xlsx file) that the Office sees as useful guidance for its examiners.  Of these, the only 19th Century case is Tilghman v. Proctor, 102 U.S. 707 (1881). In Tilghman, the Supreme Court sided with the patentee — holding that that the claimed process of obtaining free fatty acids and glycerine from fatty bodies to be patent eligible. Claim: I claim, as of my invention, the manufacturing of fat acids and glyceri...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Office, Uspto, Patent, Mitchell, Morse, Proctor, O'Reilly, Dennis Crouch, Tilghman, Tilghman the Supreme Court, Morse Court

Jury Trial vs Judge in City Court

My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of:Texas. I received a citation for use of cell phone in a school zone. I wasn't texting or talking. Had google maps going through my Apple Watch. According to what I have read, this is not considered a violation. It will be my word vs the officers. I should go about proving this? Should I go with a jury trial?
Tags: Apple, Texas, Law, Moving Violations, Parking And Traffic Tickets, City Court

Title Ownership: 2 States(California and Va), Toyota Financial Services and No Title

1. Car is born in CA in 2011. It is electronically titled in CA in 2011. Financed through Toyota. 2. Car moved to VA in 2013. It is titled in VA in 2012. Still financed through Toyota. 3. Car is still in VA. Car is titled as out of state in 2012 in CA records. What CA did with title in #1, I do not know. 4. Car moved to CA in 2013. Car is registered as non transferable golden rod(no title) in CA in 2013. Still financed through Toyota. 5. Paid off my loan in 2015. I have lien release from Toyota...
Tags: Law, California, CA, Va, Toyota, Vehicle Registration and Title, Va Toyota Financial Services

Power of Attorney and Will for Neighbor

My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: Pennsylvania Hello, I will try to be brief with this narrative and question. Our elderly neighbor (86yrs old) has mild dementia. We have lived next to him for 30yrs. He has no children, never married. We have always done things for him and have helped him out; we sit with him most evenings and transport him everywhere. He recently had to turn in his license do to an order from his primary physician. In May he had a special needs ...
Tags: Verizon, Law, Pennsylvania, Estate Planning, Administration And Probate

Custody and Visitation Issues: Visitation Court Order is Flawed

My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Delaware. I will try to give as much details as I can without making this a novel. My wife and I are currently separated and have been separated for a year. During our separation I was able to talk to our two children every day and see them four times or five times a week. The only thing that changed in the relationship is that I didn’t sleep at our house. We got into an argument where she called 911 to have me removed from the house A...
Tags: Law, Child Custody, PFA, Delaware, Support And Visitation

Government to Allow Less Lead in Drinking Water

EPA is expected to publish this week in the Federal Register the first proposed regulatory revisions to the National Primary Drinking Water Regulation for lead in more than 30 years. The United States has made tremendous progress in lowering children’s blood lead levels (.. children are a good data set analogous to the broader population). As a result of multiple Federal laws, including the 1973 phase-out of lead in automobile gasoline, the 1978 Federal regulation banning lead paint for resident...
Tags: Law, Congress, Environmental, United States, Epa, Federal, Flint Michigan, Lead, Lead In Drinking Water, Stuart Kaplow, LEED, Kaplow, Lead In Water, Maryland environmental law, Maryland environmental attorney, National Primary Drinking Water Regulation

Ownership Rights: Concrete Pad Poured to Fence

i`m in the State of oregon. ex-neighbors poured concrete pad to fence. new neighbors move in and use it as a dog kennel. have complained to city both times. now the problem is that they wash pad(with bleach/other and it drains onto my side, my back door(main) is literally 3-4 feet away. not to mention the smells. the barking. the view of urine/feces.....they own and keep two malamute huskies on pad. the fence is unrepairable after one of the dogs chewed a couple planks up. if i could send u pic...
Tags: Law, Personal Property

Changing a Child's Name: Changing a Child's Name Without Process Server

My question involves name change laws in the State of: Florida My daughter's father and I were never married, and when he was added to the birth certificate, his name was added on. He and I have a civil and unusual co-parenting relationship. Right now my husband, our infant son, and I live in my ex's home, and we coparent effectively with him and his partner. We have all become surprisingly good friends. As a gift to my husband, my ex has suggested we add my husband's last name to my daughter...
Tags: Florida, Law, Name Change

This week at the court

On Monday, the Supreme Court released additional orders from the October 18 conference. The justices did not add any new cases to their merits docket. The post This week at the court appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, This Week at the Court

Loaner Car, No Signed Agreement

My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Connecticut I have a loaner car (2102, 99+k miles, fair condition) that was given to me w/o me signing the loaner agreement. The car had water intrusion and now the seatbelt lights won’t go off. They told me to call my insurance and I hate that they’ll have my insurance refurbish what was already a wholesale car at best (dents, dings, scratches, worn interior, etc). My car went in for warranty work on a Monday and was supposed to be re...
Tags: Law, Connecticut, Nissan, Cars and Dealerships

U.S. Troops Leaving Syria Will Move to Western Iraq, Defense Secretary Says

The U.S. currently has more than 5,000 American forces in Iraq
Tags: News, Iraq, Uncategorized, Syria, Military, Onetime

Defense Secretary Mark Esper Visits Afghanistan to Chart a Path Forward

The U.S. has about 14,000 American troops in Afghanistan
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Afghanistan, Military, Onetime

Competitor’s objection stalls San Francisco falafel shop

Unlike most cities, San Francisco follows a land use practice called “discretionary review,” which “allows anybody to appeal any permit for any reason (or no reason) and force a public hearing in front of the famously arbitrary Planning Commission.” A falafel shop wanted an ordinarily straightforward change of use permit to open in a vacant storefront on Castro Street, but an incumbent gyro shop on the same block filed an objection which will succeed in delaying the opening for months. The whole...
Tags: Law, Restaurants, Uncategorized, San Francisco, Land Use And Zoning, Castro Street, Planning Commission, Competition Through Regulation, Dana Beuschel

Prez Trump and all the leading Democratic Prez candidates now slated to speak at 2019 Second Step Presidential Justice Forum

As reported in this CNN article, "President Donald Trump will attend a criminal justice forum in South Carolina ... along with several of his 2020 Democratic challengers, the White House confirmed to CNN." Here are the interesting details: The 2019 Second Step Presidential Justice Forum is also expected to be attended by former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, former...
Tags: Law, White House, Joe Biden, Cnn, New Jersey, Donald Trump, John Delaney, South Carolina, Black, Trump, Housing and Urban Development, Julian Castro, Columbia South Carolina, South Bend Indiana, Benedict College, Douglas A Berman

Your Very Own Harrier Jet: This Jet Will Go Down In History As One Of The All Time Great Classic British Aircraft

The Harrier Jet, originally developed in the 1960s, is most known for its vertical takeoff and landing ability. It’s a subsonic jet that can hover like a helicopter. More: The Silverstone Classic Sale Of course, this also causes it to be a pain in the ass to pilot. The vertical takeoffs are only possible at less than maximum loaded weight. Conventional landings are only possible within a narrow... Source
Tags: UK, Design, Technology, Military, Auction, Jet, Harrier

Is this “one of the worst scientific scandals of all time”?

Hans Eysenck comes under fire – again. Stephen Fleischfresser reports.
Tags: Society, Hans Eysenck, Stephen Fleischfresser

China 2050: The Future Of China According To A Photographer Benoit Cezard

Benoit Cezard said his inspiration came from a viewpoint that China would surpass the U.S. to be the NO.1 power in the world in 2050. He believed that with China’s rapid development, Chinese migrant workers will be replaced by western people, so they have to adapt to that in advance. More: Behance Benoit Cezard is a French teacher, and photography is his favorite hobby. He came to China in 2006... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, China, Future, Society

Determination of Fault: Recently in a Car Accident Where I Was Hit and Had No Insurance

California Accident. I was driving down the street going home and this driver merged fast into my lane causing my left side towards the front to be hit while his right side close to the rear of his bumper to be hit as well. They merged pretty hard on me and well needless to say, I lost quite a bit of the left side near my tire. It seems to move ok and drive ok so far but its not looking pretty. The thing is, I have no insurance and i am in the hospital right now because my neck is hurting and ...
Tags: Law, California, Moving Violations, Parking And Traffic Tickets

Summaries Sunday: SOQUIJ

Every week we present the summary of a decision handed down by a Québec court provided to us by SOQUIJ and considered to be of interest to our readers throughout Canada. SOQUIJ is attached to the Québec Department of Justice and collects, analyzes, enriches, and disseminates legal information in Québec. PÉNAL (DROIT) : Une personne accusée avant le 19 septembre 2019 d’un acte criminel passible d’un emprisonnement de moins de 14 ans et qui n’avait pas choisi son mode de procès n’a pas le droit de...
Tags: Law, Canada, Summaries Sunday, SOQUIJ, Québec Department of Justice, Dineley, Juge Robert Marchi

Have you heard of the catastrophic men theory of history? Step forward Boris Johnson... | Nick Cohen

Self-interested and reckless leadership defines too much of our past – and presentBoris Johnson concludes his Churchill biography with splutters against historians who insist the “story of humanity is not the story of great men and shining deeds”. The story of Winston Churchill, he cries, “is a pretty withering retort to all that malarkey. He and he alone made the difference.”The story of Boris Johnson withers too. He is shrivelling Britain: making it cramped, poor and irrelevant. Modern histori...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Conservatives, Society, UK News, Boris Johnson, Brexit

FIR 188: Translating the Internet into Arabic

Finding news and information online you can trust about things you’re interested in is a high expectation for most people in these connected times in which we live. Unless you’re looking for wide-ranging content in the Arabic language, that is. Just 0.6% of Internet content is available in Arabic despite it being the fourth most common language among internet users, according to a report by the Guardian. What some people like Ameen al-Jaleeli in the Iraqi city of Mosul, and organi...
Tags: Amazon, Business, Technology, Social Networks, Workplace, Internet, California, Wordpress, Marketing, Communication, Public Relations, Society, Blogging, Web, Artificial Intelligence, Economist

Divorce: Divorce (Freezing Assets)

My question involves a marriage in the state of: WA {Together 18 years, married 10} At what point does the requirement to maintain bills/not sell assets start? The divorce has been filed, and a temporary restraining order served, but due to the TRO, he won't be able to be served with the divorce papers until the TRO court date. He claims to have been talking to an attorney (who he alleges told him that he would automatically get the house, as he backhandedly left her name off of the deed, B...
Tags: Law, Divorce, Annulment and Separation, WA

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