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The Onion King and the Law of Onions

Cornering or capturing a market is not an easy thing to do. It’s when you gain control over enough of a resource or commodity to totally control the market and set the price at whatever you want. Usually, people try … Continue reading

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The Law of Superheroes

The Law Library has all kinds of books. There are useful books, topical books, necessary books, highly technical books, but it’s true that there aren’t many books that are entertaining to just sit and read for a few hours. “The … Continue reading

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Know Before You Travel!

I admit I’m excited that I’m going on vacation next week and spending three weeks in the Philippines. Of course, I’ll be thinking about you guys while I’m sitting under a coconut tree and watching the waves roll in. Having … Continue reading

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Civility in Politics

Legislators are supposed to argue points of law, but they are supposed to do it in a way that is organized and respectful. However, partisan contention in the federal and state legislatures does seem to have caused increasing rudeness and … Continue reading

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Internet Access as a Right

It’s the modern world, so as soon as you wake up in the morning it’s grab your smartphone before you get out of bed, check your Facebook and Twitter, and weather. When you drag yourself out of bed, you probably … Continue reading

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The Courts of Bovine Justice

In my opinion, the strangest trials to take place in the U.S. were conducted under the auspices of the Department of Agriculture. These were the scrub-sire trials held in the Courts of Bovine Justice beginning in the 1920’s. This was … Continue reading

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Do Androids Dream?

“Imagine that, on an otherwise very ordinary day, you try to use your computer and              all you see on the monitor is the following: This is the University Computer System. I am now a … Continue reading

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