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The Tie Back Case (and Classical Liberalism)

Reprinted from Foundation for Economic Education Its humble beginnings were worn by Croatian mercenaries. Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648), its subsequent promotion by the French absolutist monarch Louis XIV, and its continuous evolution since then, the tie has become a fairly common “formal” accessory for men. I must admit that I admire ties, especially old “skinny”

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Keith Vann: ‘The Lion King’ Broadway sign interpreter fired for being white, settles discrimination case

White sign language interpreter kicked off Broadway. The Lion King because of his skin color, quietly settled his federal discrimination case against the theater company that fired him, New York Post found out Keith Vann and the Theater Development Fund, a non-profit organization that provides English-language interpreters for Broadway shows, settled their dispute out of

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Court gives UN experts role in case against Anglo American

South Africa’s highest court on Friday gave UN experts a role in the case against Anglo American, which is being sued for alleged lead poisoning in a Zambian mining town. Decades of lead mining have left Kabwe, about 150 kilometers (95 mi). north of the capital Lusakaheavily polluted, with serious consequences for the health of

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TouchPay operator wins patent license arbitration case

Arbitration Court of the Philippine Dispute Resolution Center Inc. (PDRCI) recently sent BTI Payments Philippines, Inc. (BTI) to pay Manila Express Payments System (MEPS) at least 5.3 million pesos in a patent infringement case. In its decision, the arbitral body found that BTI illegally copied a patented utility model of MEPS, operator of the TouchPay

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Hamas cyberterrorism is a test case for other non-state actors, report says

JERUSALEM, Israel – supported by Iran Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, the de facto rulers of the impoverished Gaza Strip, are stepping up their cyber activities against Israel. And it’s time for Western countries, including the US, to take such threats more seriously, a report recently released by the Atlantic Council’s Washington-based think tank found. While

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No ‘political mandate’ or ‘business case’ for IR bill: Kredlin

Sky News presenter Peta Credlin says the problem with the government’s labor relations bill is that there is no “political mandate” or “business case” for it. “Labor said nothing about this industry-wide negotiation process ahead of the election. In fact, she denied that she had such plans,” Ms Credlin said. “But now, according to Labor,

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