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On Constitution Day, Don’t Forget Jury Rights

“The Founders’ view of the jury as being of paramount importance in defending liberty is easily seen when examining the words of the Constitution... No other right is mentioned so frequently... or has as many ...
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Pence Again Pushes For Congress To Pass NAFTA Replacement Trade Deal

A top legislative priority for the White House, the agreement was signed by the United States, Mexico, and Canada on Nov. 30 of last year but has stalled in Congress ...
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Per Bylund: Big Data versus Big Ideas

Predictive analytics can’t predict! That was Dr. Per Bylund’s provocative introduction to our discussion of the uses and drawbacks of big data in the context of the entrepreneurial mission. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights The ...
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Federal Emergency Bureaucracy Displays More Corruption Inherent in the System

“Puerto Rico is one of the most corrupt places on earth,” President Trump tweeted last month. “Their political system is broken and their politicians are either incompetent or corrupt.” There may be some basis for ...
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Tulsi Gabbard, conservative crush

Conservative sadbois like two things: hot moms and Middle Eastern despots. Enter Tulsi Gabbard, the comely representative for Hawaii’s second congressional district. The single lock of gray hair tucked behind her ear and her array ...
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Today in History: Final Draft of the Constitution Signed in Philadelphia

On September 17, 1787 representatives in Philadelphia signed the finalized United States Constitution. This occurred after a summer filled with contrasting proposals and rigorous debate. The convention decided upon a league of states rather than ...
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Don’t Sweat the Saudi Oil Disruption

The media coverage of the military attack on Saudi oil facilities is reminiscent of the hysteria over the Arab oil embargo and petroleum price spikes of the 1970s. Such theatrics were not needed then and ...
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A Completely Avoidable Crisis with Iran

David Hendrickson has written an excellent analysis of the consequences of the Trump administration’s economic war on Iran: From the beginning, escalation has seemed the likely consequence of the Trump administration’s decision to asphyxiate the ...
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Milton’s Copy of Shakespeare, “Bartleby” Today, and the Future of a Crazy Horse Monument

Let’s kick things off this morning with a couple of items from the Milton desk. First, and this is big, scholars believe they have found John Milton’s annotated copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio: “The astonishing ...
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