Kaitlyn Lawes Headlines

  • Sessions Calls Out Southern Poverty Law Center for Using ‘Hate Group’ Label to ‘Bully’ Conservatives Sessions Calls Out Southern Poverty Law Center as ‘Bully’

    In a speech highlighting “new hostility” against religious believers in the United States, Attorney General Jeff Sessions specifically called out the Southern Poverty Law Center,... Read More The post Sessions Calls Out Southern Poverty Law Center for Using ‘Hate Group’ Label to ‘Bully’ Conservatives appeared first on The Daily Signal.

    The Daily Signal
  • Prosperity and the rule of law

    Will China overtake the United States as the world's largest economy? Perhaps, because it has about four times as many people as the United States; but U.S. per capita income will still be far greater unless China can institute a rule of law equal to that of the rich nations ...

  • Breaking down the Wiedemann-Franz law

    A study exploring the coupling between heat and particle currents in a gas of strongly interacting atoms highlights the fundamental role of quantum correlations in transport phenomena, breaks the Wiedemann-Franz law, and should open up an experimental route to testing novel ideas for thermoelectric devices.

  • Trump, his in-laws and chain migration

    The first lady's parents became US citizens through a process the president has vowed to end.

  • The New Banking Law Has Perks for You

    Provisions to the Dodd-Frank reform act gives small banks more discretion to make loans and mandates free credit freezes.

  • Google Lays Down The Law On Notches

    While Google hasn’t made a phone with a notch (at least not yet), the folks over in Mountain View have been working on adding support for sensor cutouts into the next version of Android. And in a recent Android Developers Blog post, Google described in greater detail what it’s doing to enhance the functionality of modern displays, both with and without notches. More

  • Revenge porn: What is the law in the UK?

    Revenge porn laws came into affect in the UK in 2015 as part of the Criminal Justice and Court Act.

    Mail Online
  • Notable & Quotable: Yale Law

    ‘The reason Yale Law School exists is to convey its “students, alumni, and educators” as close as possible to power and prestige.’

  • Latin America's strict abortion laws

    By Anastasia MoloneyBOGOTA, Aug 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Argentina's decision to retain its stringent abortion laws has left Latin America and the...

    Mail Online
  • Argentina Rejects Liberalized Abortion Laws

    Senators in Argentina voted down a bill Thursday that would have legalized abortion on demand until week 14 of a pregnancy. The post Argentina Rejects Liberalized Abortion Laws appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

    Washington Free Beacon
  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: No citizenship for law breakers

    The lie that the federal judiciary is legislating constitutionally from the bench was exposed last Friday, when U.S. District Court Judge John D. Bates ruled that the government must restart the DACA program ("Federal judge orders Trump admin to restart DACA program," Web, Aug. 3). In his ruling, Judge Bates ...

  • Warner's brother-in-law avoids conviction

    David Warner's brother-in-law has avoided conviction after an "impulsive moment of madness" in which he used a shovel to smash the car windshield of a...

    Mail Online
  • Missouri Blocks Right-To-Work Law

    A ballot measure supporting a Republican-backed law that prohibits compulsory union membership and fees was overwhelmingly rejected even in the state's deep red regions.

  • Are environmental laws to blame for California's wildfires?

    A certain Commander in Chief says that wildfires are being made 'so much worse by the bad environmental laws.' Here's what's really happening.

  • Britain Confronts the Problem of Sharia Law

    Can Muslim law, especially on divorce, be reconciled with the common law of the United Kingdom?

  • Individual Rights and the Nation-State Law

    The apocalyptic hysteria that has ensued in the wake of the Nation-State Law invites reflection about the nature of rights and leftist ideology.�

  • Brazil Is Reconsidering Its Bullshit Abortion Laws

    Ingriane Barbosa Carvalho, a 31-year-old mother of three in Brazil, died two months ago after an underground abortion went wrong—due to her country’s strict abortion laws that have been in place for the past 78 years. Read more...

  • Slavery laws must have penalties: lawyers

    Laws to stamp out modern slavery in the supply chains of Australian businesses won't work unless there's appropriate penalties in place, law professionals...

    Mail Online
  • The president is flouting the law in plain sight

    A crime is still a crime, even if it’s not carried out to a successful conclusion.

  • Nation divided on emergency slow down laws

    EMERGENCY SLOWDOWN LAWS STATE BY STATECome September 1, drivers in five of Australia's eight states and territories will be forced to slow down to...

    Mail Online
  • Prosecutors: Paul Manafort believed he was above the law

    Paul Manafort orchestrated a multimillion-dollar conspiracy to evade U.S. tax and banking laws, leaving behind a trail of lies as he lived a lavish lifestyle, prosecutors said Tuesday as they … Click to Continue

  • Judge: I Won't Crush Open Records Law

    A Superior Court judge refused to suspend the Freedom of Information Act in part of New Haven — despite the efforts of a lawyer representing cops who were passed over for promotions.

    New Haven Independent
  • Paul Manafort believed he was above the law: prosecutors

    Paul Manafort orchestrated a multimillion-dollar conspiracy to evade U.S. tax and banking laws, leaving behind a trail of lies, prosecutors said.

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Senate, House OK Bangsamoro Law

    After more than a week of debates, the Senate and the House of Representatives finally came up last night with a consolidated version of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law that lawmakers say will stand the test of constitutionality. by Paolo Romero