One class action involving early-termination charges, a leading gripe among cell users, should get a trial date in the next several months, says Jacqui Mottek, a lawyer at Lerach Coughlin, a lead firm representing the plaintiffs. Continue reading →
Nearly a month ago, I wrote a point-by-point debunking of the top 17 global heating denier myths I had heard. As a result of all the comments I received, I’ve decided to keep the original post updated with new information and data, improved arguments, clearer language, and additional denier myth debunkings as new myths appear.
“The modern world looks at war through eyes different from those with which it looked at the problem early in the twentieth century, and if someone were to talk today of the beauty of war as the only form of world hygiene, he would go down not in the annals of literature but in those of psychiatry.”
Umberto Eco is one of the world’s foremost moral philosophers. Many may not know his studies in philosophy and reason but will have heard of The Name of the Rose (1980) or seen the movie of it staring Sean Connery (in 1986). His writing is much more than that. Continue reading →
Welcome to the camp/I guess you all know why we’re here…. – Peter Townshend
KSLA-TV in Shreveport, LA, reports that Homeland Security has enlisted clergy to help quell unrest in case martial law is declared. Specifically, clergy would be asked to help convince their congregations to allow themselves to be disarmed and to go quietly to “camps” (this is called internment, friends) in case of a terrorist attack or other “national emergency.”