All Blog Posts Tagged 'law' (24)

Teacher Advice Bans Sex Offenders From Teaching

New guidelines should improve the health and safety of children in the classroom and potentially reduce the number of child abuse claims involving students and teachers.

'Teacher Misconduct: The Prohibition of Teachers' was published on January 17th by the Department for Education on behalf of the National College for…

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Added by Robert Anderson on January 20, 2014 at 5:37am — No Comments

Horseshit, elections, and drive-by idiots

 

 

I was thinking of horseshit this morning. Back in Portugal when I was a child there was plenty of horseshit on the streets from mules walking old farmers home after a long day.  Today I almost felt like I could smell it.

 

I am in America now, in a town made safe by politicians and law enforcement.  Children were crossing the torn up streets, blocked off on all ends by police barriers today, because tomorrow will emerge better streets, and better roads mean…

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Added by Virgilia Campos on October 30, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

My Go Topless Day article, about bare breasts and feminism

My latest for Medium is "On Go Topless Day, a look at topless activism and the law" (subtitle: "Should women defend our right to bare our breasts in public?") and I will once again ask that if you like it, click "recommend" at the bottom. I hope this piece leads to more writing for them, and the recommends help. The article is about today being Go Topless Day, women who've been arrested for going topless , and a look at topless…

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Added by Rachel Kramer Bussel on August 25, 2013 at 7:01pm — No Comments

A Matter of Opinion (Poem)

I've posted a new poem: "A Matter of Opinion".

http://writingwithoutpaper.blogspot.com/2013/08/a-matter-of-opinion-poem.html

Added by Maureen E. Doallas on August 13, 2013 at 7:05am — No Comments

Life is a gift: unwrap your present

Added by Isabelle Esling on April 5, 2013 at 2:06am — No Comments

Casey Rose interviews Isabelle Esling about Unwrap Your Present

  1. Why did you choose "Unwrap your present" that as the title of your book?

-The idea of “ Unwrap your present” popped into my mind , because I do consider life as a gift and I wanted to share this gift with anybody interested in living a fuller…

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Added by Isabelle Esling on April 3, 2013 at 5:59am — No Comments

A Trade in Hope in Austin, Texas

Today's post looks at the issue of human trafficking and what Austin, Texas, is trying to do about it. I've included the trailer for a new film, "Trade in Hope", which includes interviews with leaders in the anti-trafficking movement, documents local community solutions, and uses allegory to promote understanding of the crime and its costs. I've also provided a list of resources for information.…

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Added by Maureen E. Doallas on February 13, 2013 at 8:32am — No Comments

Unwrap your Present and life will be wonderful

 

Have you ever considered the present to be life s most precious gift to you?

Why do you think the „present „is called „ present“?

Simply because it is truly the Universes most precious gift to you. What we call the now, the momentum is all you ever have, from your…

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Added by Isabelle Esling on January 24, 2013 at 8:16am — No Comments

Silent Night

It's hard to understand or remember the exact moment when Prince Charming began to disrespect me.  Was it the first time he told me I was stupid and my opinion was worthless?  Was it when he slapped me that first time? Or that afternoon in June when he raped me on the floor of the kitchen in his mother's home? Was it when he called me a fat pig, a dumb bitch or a stupid whore?  Or the time he told me my feelings were not valid?…
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Added by Scarlette Muse on December 26, 2012 at 11:01am — No Comments

Hayden Kian is releasing Unwrap Your Present, by Isabelle Esling

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Added by Isabelle Esling on November 26, 2012 at 6:38am — No Comments

FHA mortgage law – How it can help borrowers get a home loan

The FHA loans are very famous amongst the first-time home buyers. These loans provide competitive rates and are…

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Added by Selena Mariam on September 2, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments

THE PROCEDURAL: WRITING IT WHEN YOU’RE NOT A DOCTOR, LAWYER OR COP

I was a panelist at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books when an obviously perturbed woman stood up in the back of the huge UCLA auditorium and directed a question my way.

 

“How can you write legal procedurals when you’re not a lawyer?” she demanded.

 

 “I sleep with one,” I…

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Added by Rebecca Forster on July 1, 2012 at 8:43pm — No Comments

Maria's Random Rants - The Problem With Desire

It’s a hard thing to want something, and I mean really want something, with all of your heart, and every bit of your being. So much so you can barely contain the elation in your voice when you talk about it, nor the flutter in your belly attesting to both extremes of excitement and apprehension. You find yourself struggling to keep the knot in your throat from rising just thinking about it, dreaming on it.



Yup, desire can do that to you.



Twenty years  of…

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Added by Maria-Theresa Servillon Sigua on October 9, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments

A Native's View of the Alabama Immigration Law





With a draconian anti-immigration bill now the law of the land in Alabama, news reports have noted that Latinos have begun leaving the state. I recall when they first arrived,…
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Added by Kevin Camp on October 6, 2011 at 6:57am — No Comments

How to Get What You Want

Excerpted from 5/31/11 Blog Radio Talk Show A Fine Time for Healing ,  How to Attract What You Want in Life: Gratitude and Abundance

We cannot possibly realize the immense power that comes from our thoughts. What we focus…

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Added by Randi Fine on July 13, 2011 at 9:49am — No Comments

Discrimination Lives: The Supreme Court Gives Wal-Mart the Win in Dukes Gender Discrimination Class Action Case

Today the Supreme Court sounded the death knell for Dukes v. Wal-Mart, the class action lawsuit accusing Wal-Mart of paying and promoting women less than similarly- or less-qualified men. To protect corporations from having to do more to prevent gender discrimination than pop a few politically correct paragraphs into the employee handbook, the Supreme Court resorted to a belabored procedural argument that incentivizes corporations to do as little as possible to prevent discrimination.…

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Added by Piper Hoffman on June 21, 2011 at 5:50am — No Comments

Supreme Court Ok's Forcing Employees Into Arbitration

Article first published as Your Job or Your Rights: How Employers Force Workers Into Arbitration on Blogcritics. Blogcritics named this article an Editors’ Pick. Also published in The #employmentlaw Daily.



Seven of Jamie Leigh Jones’s male co-workers welcomed her to her new job in Iraq by drugging and gang-raping her, according to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She says that the rapists were so violent that afterwards she had to undergo reconstructive… Continue

Added by Piper Hoffman on June 8, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments

"I Regret Not Finishing Law School" at The Gloss

I contributed to The Gloss's "I Regret Everything" series with my essay on why I regret not finishing law school.



But the part I do regret, and think about every time I log in to Sallie Mae’s website, is that I never paused long enough to allow myself the room to truly grasp that I could exit gracefully, and to the tune of much less than the eventual $150,000 (approximately) tuition and board,… Continue

Added by Rachel Kramer Bussel on March 30, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments

Moving.

Earlier when I started this entry, the title was going to be "dismay: character sheets".  

That was about 3 hours ago.

I never got a chance to have my online emo self pity-party because Husband decided to start a conversation with me about a video game deal he was looking at.

 

You must understand; this was by no means a bad thing!  I love Husband dearly, and like helping him with these things if I can wrap my mind around the technical financials of the new deal…

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Added by L. A. Howard on March 13, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments

An Interview with Adlai Stevenson III, Part One: Government Transparency







Editor's Note:



Earlier this week I had the great honor to be able to interview former Illinois Senator Adlai E. Stevenson III. He is promoting a new book entitled The Black Book, in which he summarizes a career spent in public service as well as sharing his thoughts about the current day. We covered a lot of ground in…
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Added by Kevin Camp on February 14, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments

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