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Government Has ‘Lost’ 1,475 Children It Separated from Immigrant Parents

Here’s a story that will give pause to anyone whose heart isn’t made of granite: Charged with taking care of the children of migrants who are separated from parents due to immigration laws, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) cannot account for nearly …

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The Rise of the Food-Related Lawsuit: New at Reason

Food lawsuits are on the rise. At first glance, most are terrible, some are good, and others require a closer look. It’s not easy to tell the difference between each type, which is why it’s important to look at who stands to benefit from these …

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If You Can Afford a Plane Ticket, Thank Deregulation: New at Reason

In the ’50s and ’60s, when I was growing up, air travel was a luxury. People dressed up as if going to church. There were lots of empty seats, so on night flights you could often get a row of three together and sprawl out. …

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If You Can Afford a Plane Ticket, Thank Deregulation

In the ’50s and ’60s, when I was growing up, air travel was a luxury. People dressed up as if going to church. There were lots of empty seats, so on night flights you could often get a row of three together and sprawl out. …

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The Rise of the Food-Related Lawsuit

Food lawsuits are on the rise. At first glance, most are terrible, some are good, and others require a closer look. It’s not easy to tell the difference between each type, which is why it’s important to look at who stands to benefit from these …

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California crazy meets European crazy in the Mugshots.com case

In this episode, Markham Erickson highlights the Mugshots.com prosecution. The site had a loathsome business model, publishing mugshots for free and charging hundreds of bucks to people who wanted the record of their arrests taken down. Now the owners are being prosecuted in a case …

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Trump’s Budget Only Reduces the Deficit If You Accept Some Very Unlikely Assumptions

The Trump administration says its budget proposal would cut the annual deficit to about $360 billion over the next 10 years, thanks to booming economic growth and the highly unlikely slashing of domestic spending. Using more realistic expectations, a new report from the Congressional Budget …

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The Longest Time (TSA Version): New at Reason

Remy prepares summer travelers for groping season. Click here for full lyrics, links, and downloadable versions. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe to our podcast at iTunes. View this article. Continue Reading....

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Remy: The Longest Time (TSA Version)

Remy prepares summer travelers for groping season. “The Longest Time” parody written and performed by Remy. Background vocals and Mastering by Ben Karlstrom. Video produced and edited by Austin Bragg. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe to …

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Sexual Assault Allegation Against George Takei Collapses Under Scrutiny

Scott Brunton, the man who accused George Takei of drugging and sexually assaulting him in 1981, almost certainly wasn’t drugged, changed key details of his story, and told at least one outright lie to The Hollywood Reporter, where Brunton’s allegations first appeared last November. That’s …

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