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Content Moderation is Broken. Let Us Count the Ways.

Social media platforms regularly engage in “content moderation”—the depublication, downranking, and sometimes outright censorship of information and/or user accounts from social media and other digital platforms, usually based on an alleged violation of a platform’s “community standards” policy. In recent … Continue reading

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Does an IRS Appeals Protest Count as a Refund Claim?

Taxpayers generally have to submit refund claims to recoup taxes paid to the IRS. The law generally says that these claims have to be in writing, but not necessarily on the IRS’s official forms. Taxpayers submit a number of documents … Continue reading

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Record Breaking — Highest Pedestrian Death Count in Almost 30 Years

2018 brought the highest count of U.S. pedestrian deaths in nearly 30 years — since 1988. According to data from the Governors Highway Safety Association, there were an estimated 6,227 pedestrians deaths last year. Transportation Safety Experts are attributing this rise … Continue reading

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May a federal court count the vote of a judge who dies before the decision is issued?

586 U. S. _ (2019) – “A judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the Honorable Stephen Reinhardt, died on March 29, 2018, but the Ninth Circuit counted his vote in cases decided after that … Continue reading

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Count Your Blessings

This is a repost — the message hasn’t changed, but I continue to run turkey trots in the costume. The cigar, however, has been updated. ———————— People in mixed families — some of whom voted for/against Trump — may be … Continue reading

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