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To Tort Reformers: I Propose a New Road to Justice

02/4/2011
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I propose we overhaul the criminal justice system in the United States. We can save billions, possibly trillions, of dollars by simply instituting a new way of handling the criminal process: YOU are now presumed guilty of any crime with which you are charged until YOU prove yourself innocent. In […]

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Hot Coffee Premieres as Fresh Air

01/31/2011
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Hot coffee, McDonalds and tort reform have become strange bed-fellows since a verdict was delivered against the McDonalds Corporation by a jury; for severe injuries to 79 year old Stella Liebeck, caused by spilled coffee. To people who believe Corporate America needs protecting, the McDonalds coffee case became a poster […]

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Are Bath Salts Dangerous?

01/24/2011
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Can bath salts cause severe brain damage? Can bath salts cause severe psychotic episodes? Can bath salts kill you? Not the type of warnings you will find on “bath salts” or, for that matter, the types of warnings I would have ever imagined appearing on bath salts. But, these are […]

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Deep Water Horizon — A Murky State of Affairs

01/20/2011
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Yesterday, the administrator of the 20 Billion dollar Gulf Oil Spill Claims Fund, Ken Feinberg, was attending town hall meetings in Fort Walton Beach, Florida and will be addressing certain affected industries in Tampa, Florida.  He noted that over 70,000 people have filed for “quick claims” with the fund, an […]

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The "Organic" Label Does Not Always Mean Humane

01/11/2011
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A new study released by The Cornucopia Institute, an advocate for family farming, found that most of the common organic and cage-free eggs we purchase at our grocery stores are from chickens that are produced in an industrial-scale setting where no outdoor access is granted for the chickens and most […]

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Is 9 Months Enough Time to be Optimistic About the Gulf?

01/11/2011
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The “BP Fund Czar”, Kenneth Feinberg, says his staff has been interviewing officials at “government regulatory agencies” to determine how severe the impact of the largest oil spill in the history of the United States will actually be from a long term perspective. There are at least a couple of […]

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