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How Cold Is That Library? There’s a Google Doc for That

Inside Higher Ed – “What a difference preparation makes when it comes to doing research in Arctic-level air-conditioned academic libraries (or ones that are otherwise freezing — or not air-conditioned at all). Luckily, Megan L. Cook, assistant professor of English … Continue reading

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THERE’S NOTHING MORE PATHETIC THAN WOKE TEENAGERS BEING LIONIZED BY THE ADULTS WHOSE CATCHPHRASES TH…

THERE’S NOTHING MORE PATHETIC THAN WOKE TEENAGERS BEING LIONIZED BY THE ADULTS WHOSE CATCHPHRASES THEY PARROT: “Anyone who doubts that the green movement is morphing into a millenarian cult should take a close look at Greta Thunberg. This poor young … Continue reading

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There’s snow business like snow business: considerations for your off-season acquisition

Eastern Canada’s ski season has officially come to a close. However, there is more reason than ever to keep an eye on the moguls.  While activities on the slopes may have ceased, market activity is often at its peak during … Continue reading

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But Wait, There’s More! . . . Litigation: Federal Court Sustains Lanham Act Claims Against Allegedly False “As Seen On TV” Advertising

Many retailers carry products with the phrase “As Seen on TV.” What if a product bearing that phrase, however, had not actually been seen on TV? A recent case in federal court in the Southern District of New York ponders … Continue reading

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There’s A Problem With DNA Testing At Crime Labs – They Often Get It Wrong.

Boise State University Professor Dr. Greg Hampikian is a  Biologist whose work has identified persons wrongly accused and convicted of crimes. He is regarded as one of the foremost forensic DNA experts in the United States and beyond. He is … Continue reading

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