Tag Archives: Sound

The Immigration Story Behind The Sound of Music

The hills are alive, with the sound of music. At least they were last night when ABC aired the Rogers and Hammerstein classic, The Sound of Music. Did you know that the movie is fictionalized version of the memoir penned… … Continue reading

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If You Blow A Whistle And No One Hears It, Has It Made a Sound?

In a story that appears to have been noticed only by a few conservative press and opinion sites, a former CFPB examiner and current "whistleblower," Cassandra Jackson, alleges that when she was an examiner for the CFPB, "her superiors at … Continue reading

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Did yesterday's sound and fury signify anything?

Yesterday morning the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee hosted a hearing on the past, present, and (especially) future of human spaceflight, and attendees heard their fair share of complaints about the nation's current space policy. Witnesses, in particular former … Continue reading

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Do Unheard Invasions of Privacy Make A Sound?

Post by Sherry Colb In my column for this week, I write about the Supreme Court's upcoming case, United States v. Jones, in which it will decide whether attaching a GPS device to a car and thereby monitoring the car's … Continue reading

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Back From Vacation – Safe, Sound & Thankful

Last night our family arrived back in Miami after a three week vacation in the Pacific North West. We enjoyed Pike Place Market in Seattle, kayaked in the Orca Islands (amazing), mountain biked in Whistler, and hiked Mt. Rainier. What … Continue reading

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