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Episode 010: “No, I won’t give you my Debit Card PIN Number” (FCOA Precedent: Acree, #17-1749, Legal standard to withdraw an appeal orally at BVA)

What is the Deep Issue in the Case? VA regulations provide that a veteran’s “appeal may be withdrawn as to any or all issues involved in the appeal.” 38 C.F.R. § 20.204(a). a statement made by a veteran at a board … Continue reading

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Trump: Families Won’t Be Separated If They Don’t Come to the United States Illegally

With the federal government struggling to meet a court-ordered deadline to reunite immigrant children with their parents, President Trump has proposed his own solution: don’t come to the United States illegally. “Well, I have a solution,” Trump said on Tuesday. … Continue reading

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BIS report: Cryptocurrency won’t replace money, but DLT has promise

By Anne Sherry, J.D. The fifth chapter of the Bank for International Settlements’ Annual Economic Report takes on cryptocurrencies, putting them in historical perspective and concluding that challenges such as energy requirements and valuation fluctuations make them an unlikely substitute … Continue reading

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Comcast offers $65 billion for Fox, says government won’t stop merger

(credit: Comcast) Comcast today made a $65 billion offer to buy major portions of 21st Century Fox, setting up a potential bidding war with Walt Disney Company. Disney already struck a $52.4 billion all-stock deal to buy the Fox properties, … Continue reading

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PC police won’t let us use these words anymore

You’d also better not say “long time no see” because that’s making fun of the way Indians talk, supposedly. “No can do”? You may not realize it, but this constitutes cruel mockery of Chinese immigrants, according to Pennington. “Hysterical” is … Continue reading

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