Cuban Sanctions Have Done Such a Good and Speedy Job at Removing the Castros We Are Going To Try The Same Thing in Venezuela
Another of the issues I have moved a lot on in life has been trade sanctions. Back in the day, I was all for sanctioning the cr*p out of any country run by bad people, which is a pretty long…
There is No Crisis at the Border — What I Think is Really Broken in Immigration (and Both Parties are At Fault)
January 15, 2019, 11:54 am Kevin Drum has a good roundup of immigration statistics that really help to demonstrate that there is no new crisis at the border, and in fact with the exception in a rise of asylum requests,…
By Easing Anxiety for Lower-Income Students With 10-Minute Writing Exercise, Test Grades Soar Dramatically
A simple 10-minute writing exercise to reduce anxiety has been shown to reduce test failure rates by over half.
In a gesture of international solidarity, Canadian air traffic controllers are ordering pizza deliveries for their American neighbors.
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Oceans absorb 90% of the warming caused by human carbon emissions. A new analysis by University of California, Berkeley, suggests that oceans are warming at a faster rate than earlier predictions. They are absorbing excess heat 40% faster than what was previously estimated
Ørsted Cancels Divestment Of Power Distribution & Residential Customer Businesses Under Government Pressure A day after Danish energy company Ørsted announced that the Danish Ministry of Finance had raised concerns…
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These fascinating pictures detail graffiti left by British soldiers on the walls of a barn in France—just after the Normandy landings on D-Day. The doodles and names were drawn by troops that had likely liberated the village of Sommervieu, advancing inland following their amphibious landing at Gold Beach. Soldiers spent the night in a barn, […]
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I discussed the shutdown and its effects on the parks my company operates here (spoiler: all are still open). Shawn Regan of PERC has a good article in the National Review on the same subject: ….under new shutdown guidelines established…
With climate change reacking more and more damage across the globe, many people are becoming more aware of the ecological and environmental impact. This has also had an impact on business, as more people are expecting them to have less of a negative impact on the environment. Because of that, business owners, as well as […]
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