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  • Business Idea
    5 Invention Tips for the Aspiring Entrepreneur
    As many inventors soon find out, they have to wear many hats to perform their work. It isn't enough simply to invent something fabulous; these days inventors must also be savvy marketers to effectively promote their invention in order to make...
  • How to Bet Online in America: Can You?
    How to Bet Online in America: Can You?
    Although America has several online betting contradictions, there is one surefire way to know if you are eligible to bet online.Events like the FIFA World Cup tournament, March Madness brackets, and the Kentucky Derby have bettors around the world...
  • Nashville human trafficking survivor assists in passing legislation
    Nashville human trafficking survivor assists in passing legislation
    Nashvillian and former human trafficking victim Clemmie Greenlee has been instrumental in assisting many women leave the streets for a better life. She has assisted high-risk youth in choosing a path not laden with crime. Now she can add another...
  • U.S. Capitol Building
    Ending A Gridlocked Congress...for good
    Most of us have read or heard the majority of words being used to describe the current U.S. Congressional Session; during the 113th biannual meeting of the elected government's legislative representatives to the people, which gathers in...
  • BYOD Devices Can Vary
    DATA SECURITY ISSUES CAUSED BY THE “BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE” MOVEMENT
    The “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend of employees using their own smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other devices in the workplace, can lead to security risks for a company’s confidential information. Because the company...
  • Courthouse Ala
    Ala. Judge overturns law requiring abortion docs to have admitting priveleges
    On Monday, U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson struck down an Alabama law passed in 2013 that requires doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges at local hospitals. If put into place, the law would effectively shut down 3 of the...
  • Information
    The do’s and the don’ts of effective communication in education
    The transfer and generation of information is very important in any career, this includes the field of education. The U.S Dept. of Education on 07-25-14 announced new guidance for schools and districts on how to keep parents and students better...
  • Nokia Lumia SIM card tray
    New cellphone unlocking bill gets approved by the House and heads to the POTUS
    The practice of unlocking cellphones so that they may be used on multiple cellular networks is something has been taking place for years, but what many U.S citizens might not realize is that the practice of unlocking your cellphone is actually...
  • Triceratops found at Hell Creek formation
    Science, religion and law
    Must science always contradict religious tradition to stay valid? What happened to following evidence where it leads? Lawyers for a scientist who lost his job over his work will now ask that in court.Mark Armitage never sought out controversy....
  • Mark Maher, after being assaulted
    Attorney easily confused by video of police brutality
    An attorney in Connecticut rejected an application for an arrest warrant because she couldn’t understand the police report, reported Reason Magazine yesterday. It seems a simple chronology of the events that led fellow officers to attempt...
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    USDOL Honors Program for graduating law students now accepting applications
    Calling all graduating law students! Do you have a plan for employment after graduation? Were you aware there are opportunities with the United States Labor Department, in the Office of the Solicitor? Recently, information was released by the...
  • Apollo Nida
    Apollo Nida must pay $2M in fraud case: ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ news
    Apollo Nida has to pay $2 million to the people and organizations victimized by the fraud case. Radar Online reports on Wednesday that the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star is also facing eight years in jail for the same case. The...
  • Time Square, home of the menacing costumed characters
    Time Square, home of the menacing costumed characters
    New York (Examiner.com) – Manhattan Councilman Dan Garodnick is planning to put the snafu on Time Square’s costumed characters that are dressed as TV and comic book heroes. He is proposing a bill that will enforce the costumed critters...
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    Charles Hodge understood that America is a Christian and Protestant nation
    From Charles Hodge's Systematic Theology, Vol. 3The proposition that the United States of America are a Christian and Protestant nation, is not so much the assertion of a principle as the statement of a fact. That fact is not simply that the...
  • Facebook
    30-year-old man fined just under $3K for Facebook 'fraping'
    A man has been criminally charged for the first time for ‘fraping’. Fraping, as Vice News reported on Tuesday, is a term popularized by an Irish senator that is meant to mean ‘raped on Facebook’ (though a less controversial...