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Many people seem shocked at the recent savagery of a mob of students at Middlebury College, who rioted to prevent Charles Murray from addressing a student group who had invited him to speak. They also inflicted injuries requiring hospitalization on a woman from the faculty who was with... Read More >>
Mon, Mar 13, 2017
Source: Thomas Sowell Category: THOMAS SOWELL
There are a number of situations in which several court appearances are expected before the real trial commences. Such appearances are referred to as interim or pre-trial hearings. Interim hearings serve a number of purposes depending on the case, and are usually held after you visit a Tampa personal injury law firm. Some important purposes of the interim hearings are: • An interim hearing may be requested by the prosecutor to let the court know that they are adequately prepared to take the case to trial. • Requesting the court for an adjournment. The main reason for this is to give the Read More >>
Mon, Jan 09, 2017
Source: Andrew C. McCarthy Category: ANDREW C. MCCARTHY
The year 2016 was a good one for books by men named Yuval. Over the past year, I read two, and both were excellent. The first Yuval is Yuval Levin, justifiably well known to NR readers. His Fractured Republic deserves the accolades it has been receiving. It is a cogent and well-reasoned look at how we have come to our present situation of bitter partisanship and broken politics, but it also makes a compelling case for a realistic path forward. He suggests a form of “subsidiarity,” i.e., getting away from solutions at the federal level and finding more answers locally. Read More >>
Thu, Dec 29, 2016
Source: Tevi Troy Category: TEVI TROY
Chicago's yearlong shooting rampage picked up steam over Christmas weekend, leaving 61 people shot, 11 fatally. Seven were killed on Christmas Day alone, more than on the three previous Christmases combined, according to the Chicago Tribune. Gangbangers targeted each other's holiday gatherings as if in deliberate mockery of the season. Two young girls were shot... Read More >>
Tue, Dec 27, 2016
Source: Heather MacDonald Category: HEATHER MCDONALD
If you ever get arrested and / or charged with a crime, you will be served with a document from the courts. Examples of such documents include an appearance notice, summons, promise to appear, and recognizance. Whichever document you get, it will spell out important court specifics including: • The charge against you • What kind of offense it is • The date and time for your first appearance • Where to make the first appearance Disclosure The crown counsels, otherwise called the prosecutors, are required to make all evidence against you available for your interrogation before the trial commences. The legal term used for this Read More >>
Mon, Dec 12, 2016
Source: Andrew C. McCarthy Category: ANDREW C. MCCARTHY
And now, less than six weeks from the election, what is the main event of the day? A fight between the Republican presidential nominee and a former Miss Universe, whom he had 20 years ago called Miss Piggy and other choice pejoratives. Just a few weeks earlier, we were seized by a transient hysteria over a minor Hillary Clinton lung infection hyped to near-mortal status. The latest curiosity is Donald Trump's 37 sniffles during the first presidential debate. (People count this sort of thing.) Dr. Howard Dean has suggested a possible cocaine addiction. In a man who doesn't even drink coffee? Read More >>
Mon, Oct 03, 2016
Source: Charles Krauthammer Category: CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
The one great service of Donald Trump's extended peregrinations on immigration policy is to have demonstrated how, in the end, there's only one place to go. You can rail for a year about the squishy soft, weak-kneed and stupid politicians who have opened our borders to the wretched refuse of Mexico.You can promise to round them up — the refuse, that is, not the politicians (they're next) — and deport them. And that may win you a plurality of Republican primary votes. But eventually you have to let it go. For all his incendiary language and clanging contradictions, Trump did exactly that Read More >>
Wed, Sep 07, 2016
Source: Charles Krauthammer Category: CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
Hurricane Katrina killed more than 1,800 people in 2005 and caused more than $148 billion in damages. The storm and attendant floods left 600,000 families homeless, undercut power to 3 million homes, and damaged or destroyed 1.2 million others. It painted an indelible picture of government helplessness, as images of suffering residents went around the country and around the world. It also reshaped the landscape of New Orleans: Nine years later, the city still has only 78 percent of its pre-storm population.Beyond all the natural devastation, Katrina is perhaps best remembered as a politically devastating event, in particular for the Read More >>
Mon, Aug 29, 2016
Source: Tevi Troy Category: TEVI TROY
I was delighted to see Stephen Dinan of the Washington Times in one of the moderators' chairs last night. He asked about immigration right at the beginning of the night, with questions on both foreign worker visas and immigration levels overall. Here's what was said about the first topic. read more Read More >>
Fri, Mar 11, 2016
Source: Mark Krikorian Category: MARK KRIKORIAN
Announcing his presidential bid this month, Sen. Rand Paul said he wants to repeal “any law that disproportionately incarcerates people of color.” Fulfilling this promise would require gutting murder statutes,... Read More >>
Mon, Apr 27, 2015
Source: Heather MacDonald Category: HEATHER MCDONALD
My latest column for National Review: The neoconservative Wall Street Journal's monotonously Islamophilic celebration of the “Arab Spring” has become as comically predictable as the open-borders enthusiasm that colors its coverage of illegal immigration. A fine example is the paper's profile of the general chosen by the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's new president, to lead the armed forces. The Journal is still stuck on the democracy-project dogma that free elections herald the birth of liberty, even as the Brotherhood tightens the noose in a nation whose population, by lopsided margins, keeps approving Muslim Brotherhood initiatives, electing Islamic supremacists, and telling Read More >>
Thu, Aug 16, 2012
Source: Andrew C. McCarthy Category: ANDREW C. MCCARTHY