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U.S. Supreme Court Must Strike Down New York City Gun Control Rule

U.S. Supreme Court Must Strike Down New York City Gun Control Rule and Tell Lower Courts to Enforce the Actual Text of Our Constitution’s Second Amendment, Argue Three Second Amendment Groups WASHINGTON, D.C. –-(Ammoland.com)- Today, counsel for Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC), Firearms Policy Foundation (FPF), and The Calguns Foundation (CGF) have submitted an important brief with the United States Supreme Court calling for the City of New York’s unconstitutional firearm law to be struck dow...
Tags: New York, Guns, Supreme Court, Washington, New York City, Court, Chicago, United States, U S Supreme Court, McDonald, United States Supreme Court, Clarence Thomas, Gene Hoffman, Heller, FPC, Jaffe


Original “God of War” Director Working On a Horror Game

David Jaffe, best known as the director of the original “God of War,” is working on a single-player horror game, he revealed on Twitter last week. “I’m designing/writing something new these days,” Jaffe wrote in a tweet on April 28. “It’s a single player, horror game that is attempting something new with in-game storytelling and […]
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Village Roadshow Taps Alix Jaffe as Exec VP of Television

Village Roadshow Entertainment Group has hired veteran producer and network executive Alix Jaffe as executive vice president of television. Jaffe will oversee Village Roadshow’s plans to build out an independent television business focusing on scripted content. Jaffe will report to company CEO Steve Mosko. “Alix is an ideal addition to our executive team as we […]
Tags: News, Jaffe, Village Roadshow, Village Roadshow Entertainment Group, Alix Jaffe, Village Roadshow Entertainment, Exec VP of Television, Steve Mosko Alix


FPC, FPF Announce Expedited Appeal in Bumpstock Ban Cases

FPC, FPF Announce Expedited Appeal in Bumpstock Ban Cases WASHINGTON, D.C. —-(Ammoland.com)- Today, attorneys for Firearms Policy Coalition and Firearms Policy Foundation filed opening briefs in their consolidated appeals with the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in the ongoing federal litigation challenging the confiscatory “bump-stock” ban rulemaking by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Copies of the briefs and related filings are available at BumpStockCase...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, Washington, Senate, Court, United States, Gun Control, Department Of Justice, Trump, Harvard Law School, Tom, Whitaker, Court of Appeals, D C Circuit, ATF, Jeff Sessions


A piecemeal, but promising start for Laura’s Law to help severely mentally ill in California

UC Riverside medical students Josue Reynaga and Betty Nguyen gather information from Annette Alonzo, 53, and William Robinett, 53, from their camp near the intersection of Tyler Street and Hole Avenue during the Tuesday, Jan. 29, homeless count.(Photo by Will Lester, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) A homeless woman along 9th Street in San Bernardino listens to Sheriff deputy Mike Jones as he gathers the womans information during the San Bernardino County 2019 Point-in-Time Homeless Count in downto...
Tags: News, Law, California, Government, Senate, Virginia, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Nevada, Pasadena, Orange County, Mike Jones, Nevada County, San Bernardino, Gale


NEA recruits Jaffe as healthcare venture adviser

New Enterprise Associates Inc has appointed Dr. Ross A. Jaffe as a venture adviser on the firm’s healthcare investment team. He is a co-founder of Versant Ventures and a former general partner at Brentwood Venture Capital. PRESS RELEASE MENLO PARK, Calif., Feb. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — New Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA), a leading global venture capital firm, today announced the appointment of Ross A. Jaffe, MD as a Venture Advisor on the firm’s healthcare investment team. Dr. Jaffe will work ...
Tags: US, Trends, People, Dartmouth, Fda, Johns Hopkins, Medtech, Nea, Healthtech, Calif, Menlo Park, NVCA, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Jaffe, Versant Ventures, New Enterprise Associates Inc


NMS-backed ADM acquires Tideway Dermatology

Anne Arundel Dermatology Management, a portfolio company of New MainStream Capital, has acquired Tideway Dermatology, a dermatology practice in Northern Maryland. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE Annapolis, MD, April 2018 – Anne Arundel Dermatology Management (“ADM” or the “Company”), a portfolio company of New MainStream Capital (“NMS”), announced today that it has partnered with Tideway Dermatology, P.A. (“Tideway”). Founded in 1994, Tideway has been serving the general and sur...
Tags: New York, Maryland, Trends, Healthcare, M&a, NMS, Adm, East Tennessee, Annapolis, Maryland Virginia, David Jaffe, Jaffe, New MainStream Capital, Anne Arundel Dermatology, Anne Arundel Dermatology Management, Severna Park Maryland


Cheetah jumps in safari car

Having a predator jump into your car is quite possibly the worst thing you could imagine happening when you are on safari in Africa. But it is exactly what happened to this group of tourists who were on safari in Tanzania. An inquisitive cheetah jumped into the back of their SUV and started gnawing on the headrest of one of the chairs. Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube The video shown above was shot by photographer Peter Heistein, who managed to...
Tags: Travel, England, China, Africa, Safari, Tanzania, All, Hayes, KOMO News, Cheetah, Jaffe, West Midlands Safari Park, Britton Hayes, Peter Heistein, Animal Encounter, Elisa Jaffe


Stream: Ben Jaffe, ‘Susan the Cat’

Ben Jaffe’s solo album “Oh, Wild Ocean of Love” arrives in May, and the natural thing might be to draw some kind of parallel between his album and the solo effort released last year by his bandmate in Honeyhoney, Suzanne Santo. Except there aren’t many, if there are any at all. Santo’s album was a fiercely personal collection of rootsy Southern rock, but not far from the freewheeling Americana of three Honeyhoney albums. Three songs in, Jaffe’s “Wild Oceans” seems a really well executed flight o...
Tags: Music, Featured, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Honeyhoney, Susan, Santo, Jaffe, Ben Jaffe, Ben Jaffe Susan, Honeyhoney Suzanne Santo Except


On the Agenda: 5 Questions With ANA EVP Dan Jaffe

America’s Association of National Advertisers’ Law & Public Policy Conference will take place at the Ritz Carlton in Washington, D.C. on March 15-16. This year, the ANA has assembled leading experts from Google, the Federal Trade Commission, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Southwest Airlines, Anheuser-Busch InBev and others to discuss how marketers and policymakers alike can get ahead of the fast-changing media and regulatory landscape. Led by ANA Group Executive Vice President of Government Relation...
Tags: Europe, Washington, Advertising, Eu, Reed Smith, CBA, Ana, Ftc, Association of National Advertisers, Ritz Carlton, Jaffe, Council of Better Business Bureaus, Digital Advertising Alliance, Dan Jaffe, World Federation of Advertisers, Coalition for Better Ads CBA


Ben Jaffe's 'Dominator'

Enjoy this fantastic, titular, trippy video from one half of HONEYHONEY, Bejamin Jaffe's new solo album Dominator. Baeble blog had this to say: At this point, it's no secret that we are absolutely obsessed with anything HONEYHONEY-related. It all started back in 2012 when we filmed a concert with the duo in Austin, TX. Then just last month, we welcomed one half of HONEYHONEY, Suzanne Santo, to our studio for a powerful session filled with lots of laughter. Naturally, now it's time to let...
Tags: Video, Music, News, Austin, Jaffe, Baeble, Suzanne Santo, Ben Jaffe, Benjamin Jaffe, Bejamin Jaffe, HONEYHONEY Jaffe, Sage Atwood


VC-backed LogicBio expands leadership team

Cambridge, Massachusetts-based LogicBio Therapeutics, a genome editing company, has expanded its leadership team with four new appointments: Matthias Jaffe is now chief financial officer; Tom Wilton has become chief business officer; Nelson Chau is now vice president of biology; and Kelly Blackburn is clinical and regulatory strategist. LogicBio’s backers include Arix Bioscience, OrbiMed, Edmond De Rothschild Investment Partners, Pontifax, SBI and OrbiMed Israel Partners. PRESS RELEASE CAMBRIDGE...
Tags: Trends, People, Mit, Healthcare, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, Earlybird Venture Capital, University Of Leeds, Kelly, Wilton, University of New Hampshire, GSK, Chau, Boston Consulting Group, Cambridge Massachusetts, Jaffe


Art Review: MoMA Upends Its Collection to Celebrate Late Careers

The Museum of Modern Art proves that creativity is not just a young person’s game, stocking its fourth-floor galleries with works made by artists 45 and older.
Tags: Art, News, Georgia, David, Museums, Bourgeois, Sculpture, Jasper, Museum of Modern Art, ANN, Collins, Joan, Jonas, Murray, Moma, Helen


U.S. Supreme Court Urged to Reverse 9th Circuit Gun Control Ruling

U.S. Supreme Court Urged to Reverse 9th Circuit Gun Control Ruling WASHINGTON, D.C. -(Ammoland.com)- Today, plaintiffs in a long-running Second Amendment lawsuit challenging the State of California’s 10-day “waiting period laws” for firearm transfers have filed a brief at the United States Supreme Court urging the Justices to take up the case or issue a summary reversal of the 9th Circuit’s decision.The case, captioned Jeff Silvester, et al. v. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, seeks...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, California, Washington, Court, Chicago, Gun Rights, Anderson, McDonald, Jeff, 9th Circuit, Ninth Circuit, United States Supreme Court, Clarence Thomas, Gene Hoffman, The Foundation


Joseph N. Froomkin (1928 – 2017)

Joseph N. Froomkin My father, Joseph N. Froomkin, died early this morning. I don’t have the words for this, but my brother Dan is a journalist, and has written an obituary: Joseph N. Froomkin was a prolific Washington, D.C.-based economist who made significant contributions to the field of policy analysis during his time in and out of government. He was an early and strong advocate for making decisions about federal education policy based on rigorous, computerized analysis of data, rather than ...
Tags: Congress, Washington, US, Personal, David, Shanghai, Ibm, University Of Chicago, University Of California Berkeley, Johnson, Berkeley, Sam, Latin America, Dad, Joe, University Of Miami


Joseph N. Froomkin (1927 – 2017)

Joseph N. Froomkin My father, Joseph N. Froomkin, died early this morning. I don’t have the words for this, but my brother Dan is a journalist, and has written an obituary: Joseph N. Froomkin was a prolific Washington, D.C.-based economist who made significant contributions to the field of policy analysis during his time in and out of government. He was an early and strong advocate for making decisions about federal education policy based on rigorous, computerized analysis of data, rather than ...
Tags: Congress, Washington, US, Personal, David, Shanghai, Ibm, University Of Chicago, University Of California Berkeley, Johnson, Berkeley, Sam, Latin America, Dad, Joe, University Of Miami


Extra Innings Podcast: Jay Jaffe of Sports Illustrated discusses the Baseball Hall of Fame, JAWS, Edgar Martinez, baseball books and beer

Jaffe is one of the most respected writers when it comes to analyzing the candidates for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Tags: News, Sports, Sports Illustrated, Mariners, Edgar Martinez, Jaffe, Jay Jaffe


Is Elon Musk Greatly Exaggerating Tesla's Battery Technology? (slashdot)

"Tesla's newest promises break the laws of batteries," writes Bloomberg. Long-time Slashdot reader rudy_wayne summarizes their report. "Elon Musk knows how to make promises. Even by his own standards, the promises made last week while introducing two new Tesla vehicles...are monuments of envelope pushing. To deliver, according to close observers of battery technology, Tesla would have to far exceed what is currently thought possible." The Tesla Semi, which Musk claims can haul 80,000 pounds at...
Tags: Elon Musk, News, Tesla, Musk, Tesla Roadster, Boulder Colorado, Jaffe, EditorDavid, Bloomberg Long, Sam Jaffe, Cairn Energy Research


Is Elon Musk Greatly Exaggerating Tesla's Battery Technology?

"Tesla's newest promises break the laws of batteries," writes Bloomberg. Long-time Slashdot reader rudy_wayne summarizes their report. "Elon Musk knows how to make promises. Even by his own standards, the promises made last week while introducing two new Tesla vehicles...are monuments of envelope pushing. To deliver, according to close observers of battery technology, Tesla would have to far exceed what is currently thought possible." The Tesla Semi, which Musk claims can haul 80,000 pounds at...
Tags: Elon Musk, Tech, Tesla, Musk, Tesla Roadster, Boulder Colorado, Jaffe, Bloomberg Long, Sam Jaffe, Cairn Energy Research


Gun Rights Lawsuit Heating Up: California Ordered to Respond

Gun Rights Lawsuit Heating Up: California Ordered to Respond WASHINGTON, D.C. -(Ammoland.com)- A Second Amendment lawsuit out of California is drawing attention at the Supreme Court and support from multiple groups, said gun rights group The Calguns Foundation, which joined Second Amendment Foundation and two individuals on a petition in September seeking the Court’s review of a Ninth Circuit ruling that upheld the state’s 10-day waiting period laws when they are enforced against law-abiding g...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, California, Washington, Court, San Francisco, Gun Rights, Clinton, State, Cato Institute, The Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit, Clarence Thomas, The Foundation, JOHN LOTT, United States Court of Appeals


Stream: Benjamin Jaffe, ‘Dominator’

Now it’s Benjamin Jaffe’s turn. The male half of the she/he folk-rock duo Honeyhoney was biding his time while bandmate Suzanne Santos rolled out her solo album “Ruby Red” this summer. Now Jaffe has unveiled his first solo work since Honeyhoney decided to take a hiatus after 10 years and three albums. Jaffe’s forthcoming album is titled “Oh Wild Ocean of Love,” a wild ride encompassing warped folk, indie-rock and a whiff of the whimsical balladry (absent some misanthropic tendencies) you might h...
Tags: Latest Music, Los Angeles bands, Ben Jaffe Suzanne Santo, Benjamin Jaffe, Featured, Honeyhoney


SCOTUS Asked to Review Ninth Circuit Decision on California’s Waiting Period Laws

SCOTUS Asked to Review Ninth Circuit Decision on California’s Waiting Period Laws WASHINGTON, D.C. –-(Ammoland.com)- Today, two individuals and two Second Amendment civil rights advocacy groups filed a petition for certiorari in the case of Silvester, et al. v. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra asking the United States Supreme Court to review and overturn a wrongly-decided Ninth Circuit decision about the State of California’s 10-day waiting period laws, noted The Calguns Foundation, ...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, California, Washington, Court, Gun Control, Doj, Gun Rights, Clinton, Second Amendment, State, McDonald, Ninth Circuit, Combs, United States Supreme Court, Clarence Thomas


Judge Rejects $2.4 Million Fine For Oil Company Over Blast That Killed 7

A state appeals judge has rejected a $2.4 million dollar fine for an oil company after a refinery explosion killed seven workers. State officials imposed the fine on Texas company Tesoro in October 2010, over a blast in Anacortes, Washington, that occurred April that year. It was the largest workplace-safety fine in Washington state history, local NPR member station KUOW reports. But late last week, Judge Mark Jaffe of the Washington State Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals overturned the fi...
Tags: Texas, News, Washington, Npr, Huffington Post, Tesoro, Reuters, Hilary Hanson, Seattle Times, Anacortes Washington, Anacortes, Jaffe, Department of Labor and Industries, CSB, Hector Castro, U S Chemical Safety Board


Stream: Suzanne Santo, ‘Ghost in My Bed’

For more than a decade now, singer, violinist, banjoist and possessor of great moxie Suzanne Santo has worked with Ben Jaffe in the duo HoneyHoney, a collaboration that has yielded three albums of sweet/tart Americana. Santo is striking out on her own with “Ruby Red.” The solo album is the first for Santo, and she and Jaffe (who also has a solo project coming this fall) point out on Facebook that “our rockchild HoneyHoney is alive and well” and that the solo work finds homes for songs “so the bu...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Featured, Ohio, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Honeyhoney, Butch Walker, Walker, Santo, Jaffe, Suzanne Santo, Ben Jaffe, Ruby Red, Suzanne Santo Ghost


These Fake Beauty Ads Make An Important Point About Mental Health

Perfume commercials tend to be pretty weird... like, really weird.Beauty ads in general tend to over-glamorize things: people with skin so smooth they look as if they have no pores put on foundation they don't really need, and men and women ski down picturesque mountains with practically no clothes on to sell fragrance.It's a weird format, but one that works surprisingly well to talk about mental health.Project UROK launched three parody beauty ads today, hoping that kids who see them understan...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Jaffe, Child Mind Institute, Jenny Jaffe, Important Point About Mental Health


Study points to importance of subsidy structure in Affordable Care Act

One of the challenges for Congressional Republicans looking to replace the Affordable Care Act is how to address federal subsidies, which millions of Americans use to pay for health insurance. In a new study, economists at the University of Chicago and Harvard University examine how the structure of subsidies can ripple through health care markets, affecting both incentives for insurers and market competition. Their findings were released as a National Bureau of Economic Research working paper ...
Tags: Massachusetts, Harvard University, University Of Chicago, National Bureau of Economic Research, Shepard, Jaffe, Harvard 's Kennedy School, Sonia Jaffe, Mark Shepard


A. Jaffe 18K White Gold Semi Mount Diamond Ring (los gatos) $1299

###A. Jaffe 18K White Gold Semi Mount Diamond Ring### This classic A. Jaffe designer SEMI-MOUNT ring will accommodate a round 5.9mm to 6.6mm round stone. The opening (prongs are in excellent condition) . This ring is set with 28 natural, untreated r [...]
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Check Out Our Favorite Politics Books Of The Year

Books are great, but there are a lot of them. Traditional print publishers release more than 300,000 titles a year in the United States. At The Huffington Post, we recognize you do not have time to read them all. That’s why those of us at the politics podcast “ So, That Happened”  have compiled this list of our favorite political books of 2016.   Our list isn’t perfect, but in our defense, it is short. We didn’t read every politics book that came out this year, and titles that were released...
Tags: News, Obama, Congress, Washington, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, United States, Silicon Valley, Donald Trump, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Huffington Post, Griffin, Nelson, Metro, Frank, Arthur Delaney


A Bond ETF to Navigate Choppier Waters in Rising Rate Environment

Each week, ETF Trends publisher Tom Lydon sits down for “ETF of the Week” for MarketWatch on Chuck Jaffe’s MoneyLife Show where he highlights big movers and losers among exchange traded funds. This week, Lydon looked at the PIMCO Low Duration Active ETF (LDUR). Since the elections, markets have focused on inflation and pro-growth potential under Trump presidency. Consequently, many…
Tags: Finance, Article, Pimco, Marketwatch, Trump, FBN, Jaffe, Lydon, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets


An ETF ‘TIP’ for Rising Inflation Expectations

Each week, ETF Trends publisher Tom Lydon sits down for “ETF of the Week” for MarketWatch on Chuck Jaffe’s MoneyLife Show where he highlights big movers and losers among exchange traded funds. This week, Lydon looked at the iShares TIPS Bond ETF (TIP). Treasury Inflation Protected Securities or TIPS; TIPS are indexed to inflation as a way to shield investors…
Tags: Finance, Article, Marketwatch, FBN, Jaffe, Lydon, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets