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Explaining Civil Litigation
By Brian Abergel · 2 months ago
Lawyers can build their careers across various fields, from family lawyers to corporate attornies. One common field of practice is civil litigation. Civil litigation attorneys work with cases with no criminal charges or penalties. Instead, ...
There is a problem with Ukraine
By Larry Farmer · 2 months ago
There is a problem with Ukraine There is something going on in Ukraine which is just not as it appears. Sophistication, complexity, and intrigue are the three best words to describe this beleaguered country. To ...
Cyberwar History and Ukraine
By Steve Burgess · 2 months ago
People are much more drawn to images of blown-up building, fires, mushroom clouds, refugees in dire circumstances, color pictures of pain that are better in black and white than they are to explanations of code ...
Can Caspian Gas Help EU Diversify Supply?
By George Anjaparidze · 2 months ago
Yes, it can but it will take time. Expanding Caspian natural gas pipeline supply can greatly benefit EU’s energy security in the 2030-time horizon and beyond. As an immediate measure, the EU has focused on ...
SUCH BRAVE HEROES
By Nicholas Granby · 2 months ago
Brave soldiers of Russia how proud you must feel as your boots march over the bones of the slaughtered citizens of Ukraine. Brave soldiers of Russian how confident you must feel as your rockets and ...
The Birth of The Guild
By Jewel Greene-George · 2 months ago
Damé Lorraines and Baby Dolls paraded. Blue Devils covered in their sticky black oil and paint stalked and terrorized onlookers. Heritage was on, and it was in this atmosphere in 2008 during the Writers Workshop ...
WarriorForum Community- A Concordant Manifesto for Online forum sites
By Tania Eleanor · 2 months ago
” Raise your words not your voice, It is Rain that Grows Flowers, Not Thunder”. According to the 2nd law of Thermodynamics, written by a French physicist named Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot also known as ...
Russia, Ukraine and International Organizations.
By Chinedum Anayo · 3 months ago
It’s Saturday already. I am really sad and disappointed, yes disappointed in all the International Organizations formed by the different countries of the world. Russia has invaded Ukraine. A country deliberately invaded a neighboring in ...
Does Russia have monopoly power in European natural gas markets?
By George Anjaparidze · 4 months ago
Yes, Russia already has some monopoly powers, and its position is like to strengthen further. Analysis by Veritas Global shows that Russia is likely to already have monopoly power across several EU markets. For 11 ...
The Tempests of Our Times
By Dr. Tim Williams · 3 months ago
The willful destructive tendencies of many have exploited the realities of our times. If societies ignore what is actually happening the epic tragedies and travesties taking place will create the greatest upheaval of humanity since ...
What Is Final Expense Life Insurance?
By Gary Malone · 4 months ago
What Is Final Expense Life Insurance? Final Expense is a simplified issue permanent Whole Life Insurance policy, that has no medical exam involved in the application process, and is a simple issue policy. Final Expense ...
Cowardice of Censorship
By Randy Gonzalez · 4 months ago
The repugnant emotional reactivity that endeavors to stifle free speech is a form of post-modern cowardice. Any efforts to suppress or otherwise invoke censorship over the free exercise in the exchange of thinking processes is ...
Keurig agrees that coffee pod recyclability of K-Cup Pods suits
By Lisa K · 6 months ago
Keurig has settled a class action suit concerning the company's claims regarding recyclability. Keurig Green Mountain reached a tentative settlement with a consumer that is suing the company for its claims regarding coffee pod recyclability. ...
How Has Covid Affected Teen Life and Their Concept of Time?
By Emma Crowell · 5 months ago
In the hit pop song “Teenage Dream,” Katy Perry sings, “We can dance, until we die; You and I, will be young forever.” Many people may think that these lyrics are simply describing the feelings ...
We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us
By June Stepansky · 7 months ago
Cartoonist Walt Kelly modified and changed Commodore Perry’s famous quote to, “We have met the enemy and he is us” in a cartoon he created in 1970 celebrating the first Earth Day in 1970. The ...
Cowardice of Culture for Collusive Consensus - 1
By Randy Gonzalez · 6 months ago
Cowardice in a culture of sameness, contrived by the lameness of intellectual regression, portends the recession that harkens the end by collusive and contrived consensus. For a viewpoint arguing contrary to the herded powers of ...
American Roads
By Taylor Phipps · 6 months ago
“Racist” Roads Recently an infrastructure bill was voted on with the promise to fix American roads. Not because they are run down, broken, or old but because they are racist. Racist. Apparently, American roads are ...
A Society in Transition
By June Stepansky · 8 months ago
We all are aware that change in our personal lives is difficult, constant, and inevitable. We notice it when we look in the mirror or see our children grow. What is not so noticeable, however, ...
The Assault on Science
By June Stepansky · 9 months ago
When I was a young girl, there was a great respect for people of science (doctors, scientists etc.). We trusted them and felt that the contributions of all of our world scientists had made our ...
The origin of World Ozone day and it's significance
By Senuke Weragama · 8 months ago
Every year, new heat records are set across the world, and this year has been no exception. High temperatures and extreme heatwaves were recorded from the Arctic Circle, Canada, and Scandinavia to North Africa, Iran, ...