Opinion OCT. 3, 2018 Opinion The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh. Signed, 650+ Law Professors. The following letter will be presented to the United States Senate on Oct. 4. It will be updated as more signatures are received. Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. As the Congressional Research Service explains, a judge requires “a personality that is even-handed, unbiased, impartial, courteous yet firm, and dedicated to a process, not a result.” The concern for judicial temperament dates back to our founding; in Federalist 78, titled “Judges as Guardians of the Constitution,” Alexander Hamilton expressed the need for “the integrity and moderation of the judiciary.” We are law professors who teach, research and write about the judicial institutions of this country. Many of us appear in state and federal court, and our work means that we will continue to do so, including before the United … [Read more...] about The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh. Signed, 650+ Law Professors.
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August 21, 2018 By Bill Pollock The Missouri State Bears will play four non-conference foes that played in the postseason a year ago and will square off with seven foes at JQH Arena prior to the start of Missouri Valley Conference play, head coach Dana Ford announced Monday with the release of his squad’s non-conference slate for the 2018-19 campaign. “We always want to play a challenging non-league schedule moving forward,” said Ford. “I want our fan base to know we take them into consideration when we build our schedule. We understand their desire to watch us play against high-quality competition night in and night out.” Missouri State’s non-conference schedule includes the season opener against Oral Roberts on Tuesday, Nov. 6 at JQH Arena in Ford’s first regular-season game as Bears’ head coach. The ORU game kicks off a three-game home stand that also includes match-ups against Robert Morris (Nov. 9) and Stetson (Nov. 11) in … [Read more...] about Missouri State releases men’s non-conference basketball schedule
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by Jacob Unruh Published: Mon, May 14, 2018 11:48 AM Updated: Mon, May 14, 2018 11:49 AM LOG IN Oklahoman subscribers log in and go ad-FREE. Baseball Blake Adams, Heritage Hall (UCO) Cayden Aldridge, Tahlequah (OU) Alex Austin, Collinsville (Johnson Co.) Daniel Bateman, Tulsa Washington (Drury) Colton Bertus, Deer Creek (UCO) Brett Biggs, Broken Arrow (Cowley) Braxton Bohrofen, Westmoore (OU) Robert Briley, Wright City (Seminole St.) Tanner Brooks, Westmoore (Seminole St.) Cole Broughton, Tushka (Seminole St.) Damon Burroughs, Pryor (Cowley) Spencer Carlin, Bixby (NSU) Mason Carrier, Edmond North (Cowley) Mack Chambers, Broken Arrow (Seminole St.) Kevin Collyar, Oklahoma Christian Academy (Oklahoma Christian) Tony Connor, Collinsville (Coffeyville) Garrett Crone, Edmond North (NOC-Tonkawa) Breydon Daniel, Bixby/Seminole St. (Kentucky) Cole Daugherty, Kingfisher (Oklahoma Christian) Tyler Dean, Latta (Seminole St.) Caleb Denny, Owasso (Arkansas) Zack Doak, Tulsa Union … [Read more...] about High school sports: 2018 college signing list
(CBS News) Oh, the joys of working at home. With a home office, you can sleep later, avoid the dreaded morning rush -- and your boss in the bargain. But before you join this growing trend, watch what Martha Teichner discovered in our "Sunday Morning" Cover Story. It's 5:58 a.m. Dr. Samir Shah, a radiologist who lives outside Pittsburgh, is about to start his morning commute. It takes him less than 10 seconds, as he walks downstairs. Nothing like the full hour it used to take -- each way -- on top of the 60-plus hours a week he spent doing his job when he worked in a hospital. Looking at images practically identical to those he would see there, now he sits in his basement office, reading X-rays, CT scans and MRIs from all over the United States that his employer, Minnesota-based Virtual Radiologic (or VRAD) sends his way. Dr. Shah is a full-time telecommuter. He works set shifts, and then actually gets to spend time with his family. "My whole life is better now; I feel like … [Read more...] about When the workplace is your own home