Monthly Archives: July 2014

Bikini

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Energy policy

    This July 4, the price of gasoline in the US is expected to be at its highest level in six years – at $3.704 per gallon according to the Energy Information Commission. Separately, this week, the Obama Administration lifted a … Continue reading

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Levels of Formality Around the World

Heather R Morgan from LinkedIn Levels of Formality in Business Emails Around the World Because German and Japanese have many rules dictating the formalities of the language itself, writing emails to people from these countries is formal and somewhat formulaic. … Continue reading

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Hobby Lobby

The decision, written by Justice Alito, is beyond disturbing. It essentially grants for-profit corporations a free pass not to follow laws by invoking their “religious rights” under RFRA. While Alito and his buddies said their ruling was narrow, nothing could … Continue reading

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drone safety

Until now, drones have been largely free to operate in public places as long as they stay below 400 feet in relatively unpopulated areas and avoid full scale aircraft. Recent headlines tout a National Park Service temporary ban on drones … Continue reading

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