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HMM: The Air Force Will Treat Computer Coding Like a Foreign Language….

HMM: The Air Force Will Treat Computer Coding Like a Foreign Language. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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THE CENTURY BOMBER: Engine Upgrades, Digitization to Keep B-52s Flying Into 2050s. Air Force budg…

THE CENTURY BOMBER: Engine Upgrades, Digitization to Keep B-52s Flying Into 2050s. Air Force budget documents state that the current engine, Pratt & Whitney’s TF33-PW-103, “is increasingly difficult to sustain due to diminished manufacturing sources and obsolescent technologies.” The Air … Continue reading

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Oliver on The Exclusionary Rule and Excessive Force

Wesley Oliver (Duquesne Law School) has posted Prohibition's Anachronistic Exclusionary Rule (67 DePaul Law Review (2018)) on SSRN. Here is the abstract: We know, with some degree of certainty, when an officer may search a trunk, but only the vaguest… … Continue reading

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When Mind Hacks Won’t Work: Brute Force Memorization

I’m always on the lookout for new ways to make my studying and learning more effective and efficient. I’m a big fan of the peg system, image linking, and mindmaps. Unfortunately, I’ve found these techniques useless for memorizing 40 page … Continue reading

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Denaturalization Task Force Coming Next Year

Beginning next year, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will launch a task force located in Los Angeles, designed to identify, detect, and prosecute individuals who have fraudulently gained United States Citizenship, for example by entering into a … Continue reading

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