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Brickbat: Whose Side Are You On?

Douglas County, Nevada, Public Library Director Amy Dodson insists that a proposed library diversity statement in support of the Black Lives Matter movement was not an anti-police statement. “It simply was meant to state our inclusivity at the library, that we are open and welcoming to everyone and we treat everyone equally,” she said. But…

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Extramural Speech at Auburn

Auburn University is currently struggling to stick to its principles on free expression. Hopefully they will get it right in the end, but it shouldn’t be this hard. Jesse Goldberg was hired as an adjunct to teach English classes starting this Fall at Auburn. His area of scholarly expertise, as he characterizes it, is in…

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What Bezos, Cook, Pinchai and Zuckerberg Should Have Told Congress about Antitrust Hysteria

Wednesday, July 29, witnessed the virtual browbeating (via video conference) of the CEOs of four of America’s top companies, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, by members of the House Judiciary Committee, most of whom never have produced anything other than intrusive statutes and convoluted regulations from which Congress often exempts itself.Echoing concerns embodied in…
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Lessons from Wilford Brimley’s Best Performance

Actor Wilford Brimley passed away last week at the age of 85. Obituaries hailed the “mustachioed” actor’s roles in Cocoon, The Natural and The Thing but passed over what may have been his most convincing performance.  In the 1981 Absence of Malice, Miami union boss Joey Diaz has been murdered but the authorities have…
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Court Seals Name of Expert on Venezuelan Law

From Judge Katherine Polk Failla (S.D.N.Y.) last week in Petroleos de Venezuela S.A. v. MUFG Union Bank, N.A., a commercial dispute in which the judge may have to apply Venezuelan law, and would therefore consider a report of an expert on Venezuelan law: On July 7, 2020, Plaintiffs filed a letter motion requesting that the Court…

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