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A Native American tribe winning 3 court decisions on appeal? Will Pender, Nebraska get wiped out by these SAVAGES?
SUPREME COURT UNANIMOUSLY HOLDS RESERVATION BOUNDARIES NOT DIMINISHED IN FAVOR OF THE OMAHA TRIBE IN NEBRASKA V. PARKER
On Tuesday, March 22, 2016, the U.S. States Supreme Court of the United States ruled in a unanimous decision written by Justice Clarence Thomas in favor of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska in Nebraska v. Parker (14-1406) that an 1882 Act of Congress did not diminish the Tribe’s reservation. The judgment upholds the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
At issue in the case is whether the 1882 Act of Congress, which opened the western end of the Omaha Tribe’s reservation to settlement, diminished the boundaries of the reservation or opened the land to...
When I was a kid, a neighbor gave me his collection of about 50 Reader's Digest magazines from the early 1950's. As I read through them, I stumbled upon the reader submitted jokes in the magazine, and realized that even the current edition magazine rewards reader submissions with cash for jokes.
I thought I could make a mint, resubmitting the 1950's jokes that were clearly good enough to be printed then, for the current publication. Unfortunately, the 25 I sent in were never accepted, or at least I never received any money or them.
Anyway, that same tactic appears to be happening in the crossword world, with claims that (at least) one crossword editor has been lifting others, and his own work, for USAToday and other newspapers.
A Plagiarism Scandal Is Unfolding In The Crossword World
A group of eagle-eyed puzzlers, using digital...
Even "blacker" than the original Vantablack. Cool Sciency Stuff.
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