Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies at 68
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Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies at 68

 Rep. Elijah Cummings, a Maryland Democrat who served in the House of Representatives for decades and often went toe-to-toe with President Donald Trump, died on Thursday, according to a statement from his office that was obtained by PEOPLE He was 68.  According to the statement, Cummings — who was also a civil rights leader — […]

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Better know a Treaty ….TTIP Edition
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Better know a Treaty ….TTIP Edition

I�m gonna make him an offer he can�t refuse This is better know a Treaty (can change to agreement if funnier.) There is no world anymore it�s only corporations A few months back the E.U. sought to tackle one of societys biggest dangers � Poweful hoovers � (duh duh sound effect). And despite riots on […]

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Constitution of the Soul
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Constitution of the Soul

it is imperceptible in a conceivable and transforming in the bhagavad-gita lord shri krishna says to Arjuna never was there a time when you buy or all these kings did not exist just as we exist in the present so have we existed in the past we shall continue to exist in the future as […]

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Does Pleading Insanity Work?
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Does Pleading Insanity Work?

“It’s crazy to plead insanity” says law professor Dr. Charles Ewing. The plea rarely works. And yet, some of the most famous mass murderers have attempted it. Just this month, Eddie Ray Routh, the killer of ‘American Sniper’, Chris Kyle, was deemed sane by the jury, despite his insanity plea, and convicted of murder. So […]

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Using an over toilet frame.
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Using an over toilet frame.

I’m going to show you how to use an over-toilet frame we’ve got one here. An over-toilet frame is often used to make getting up and down off the toilet a bit easier as it increases the height and you’ve also got the arm-rests for extra support. So John if you want to have a […]

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Civil Rights and Civil Liberties – Crime, Punishment, and Constitutional Intepretation
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Civil Rights and Civil Liberties – Crime, Punishment, and Constitutional Intepretation

>>The 8th Amendment states that “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” Like other Constitutional provisions, though, the prohibitions against cruel and unusual punishment cry out for interpretation (sorry to be so dramatic). What is cruel? What is unusual? In Supreme Court jurisprudence and in popular […]

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