Impersonating an Officer: Where is the Enforcement?

By: Matthew Donovan In 2017 alone, there were over 150 million visitors to Disney parks worldwide.[1] While a Disney park is largely viewed as a magical place where the grinning Mickey and giggly Minnie reside, any large amusement park with millions of yearly visitors has definite risks and security concerns. On its website, Disney does Read more about Impersonating an Officer: Where is the Enforcement?[…]

A “legal crossroads for the international community”?: Khashoggi’s Assassination and the Legal Avenues for the U.S. and the World

PC: Chris McGrath via Getty Images.  [https://www.axios.com/despite-fraught-ties-us-needs-turkeys-cooperation-on-khashoggi-1a9e7df9-9d92-4c23-a6ce-2198f0ec9044.html] By: Mollie Laird On October 2, 2018 Jamal Khashoggi went missing from the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.[1] Quickly, speculation began to rise about Khashoggi’s whereabouts, including allegations of misconduct on behalf of Saudi Arabia, who dismissed their involvement in Khashoggi’s disappearance.[2] After two tense weeks of speculation in Read more about A “legal crossroads for the international community”?: Khashoggi’s Assassination and the Legal Avenues for the U.S. and the World[…]

Affirmative Action: Contrary to the Constitutional Principles and Policies of the United States?

PC: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/asian-america/students-file-join-harvard-lawsuit-defend-race-conscious-admissions-n696361 By: Riley Henry The use of “race conscious” policies, better known as affirmative action, in university admissions is once again being challenged in open court. Arguments for Students for Fair Admission v. Presidents and Fellows of Harvard College[1] began on October 15th in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. The Read more about Affirmative Action: Contrary to the Constitutional Principles and Policies of the United States?[…]

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