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Perez v. Mortgage Bankers: The Odyssey of the Paralyzed Veterans Doctrine and Auer’s Predicted Demise

By Jeff Elkin In Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power v. Natural Resources Defense Council, a unanimous Supreme Court reversed the D.C. Circuit’s ungrounded imposition of procedural requirements on the Nuclear Regulatory…

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Congressional Overlook: The Snubbed Victims of Labor Trafficking

By: Daniel Schneider In a seemingly rare showing of bi-partisan cooperation the 114th Congress has shown its ability to work together through support for a number of bills affecting United…

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Could SCOTUS’s Rehearing of Lethal Injections after Botched Executions Reverse Years of Death Penalty Jurisprudence?

By: Rachel Bond The death penalty has been a topic of fierce debate ever since it was reinstated in the United States in 1977. The Supreme Court of the United…

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Hack Attack: President Obama’s Latest Executive Order to Preserve America’s Networks

By: Jeb Harmon   In December of 2014, Sony Pictures Entertainment turned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for protection and answers after North Korea allegedly targeted the company…

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Could The Visa Waiver Program Be An All Access Ticket For Terrorists? A Look Into The Program’s Problems & Potential Solutions

By: Mahira N. Khan The January Paris attack against French magazine, Charlie Hebdo, the ISIS revolution, and the increased threat of foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs) question whether the Visa Waiver…

Wrong Move: How the President’s Actions have Helped Create a More Dangerous Russia.

By Victor Paduchak It has been said that one of the most prolific and memorable images of 2014 is the Before and After take of Ukraine’s Independence Square. On the…