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Freedom of Disinformation

You might have missed this item last week. But the Justice Department has proposed new regulations to interpret the Freedom of Information Act that are logic-bending. In cases involving national security or law enforcement, some agencies now are allowed to ...

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Waste not

Here’s the scoop on the poop. The dog poop case in Fairfax, that is. In Fairfax yesterday, a woman charged with violating a county pooper-scooper ordinance was found not guilty by a jury after a day-long trial. Why did this ...

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Waste not

Here’s the scoop on the poop. The dog poop case in Fairfax, that is. In Fairfax yesterday, a woman charged with violating a county pooper-scooper ordinance was found not guilty by a jury after a day-long trial. Why did this ...

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All the news that’s fit to tweet

Random tweets from Twitter, collected during the past week: Notes on domestic relations, from @qwertying: I just read last year 4,153,237 ppl got married. I don’t want to start any trouble, but shouldn’t that be an even number? Deep thoughts, ...

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Editorial: A teaching moment at CNU (access required)

The faculty and administrators at Christopher Newport University have an opportunity that educators live for: They have a true teaching moment. They can instruct their students on the value of free speech. They can underscore the importance of freedom of ...

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Take this job and …

If you think the idea being a lawyer sounded better before you went to law school, took the bar exam and started practice, you are not alone. “Attorney” made the list of the “Most Overrated Jobs of 2011,” just released ...

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