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    Lack of a Coal-Fired Plant Doesn’t Explain the Blackout

    The limited power outage in our nation’s capital last week didn’t result from a lack of power-generation capacity.

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    Campus Culture, the Constitution and Common Sense

    Removing the presumption of innocence doesn’t place “both parties on an even playing field.” It violates a constitutional right. The plaintiff should always carry the burden of proof.

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    Are Police Cinematographers Next?

    The defendant’s attorney will argue that if it doesn’t appear on the body camera, it didn’t happen, or that its absence is proof that the police doctored the record.

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    Locavorism for Laws And Regulations, Too

    Going local isn’t just for locavore foodies; it can also help us improve the efficiency of government.

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    The 13th Check Is a Prudent Reform

    A COLA adversely impacts the funded ratio while the 13th check improves it, as all increased ROI is split, originally 50/50 with the corpus.

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    The Meaning of Their Service

    A retired four-star Marine Corps general on the clarifying effect of combat experience, the poison of cynicism and how veterans can help revive American optimism.

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