When Abigail Fisher sued the University of Texas at Austin (Fisher V. University of Texas) over "Texas' Top Ten Percent Law and race-blind holistic review," as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg stated, she had hoped for a definitive ruling. She didn't get one.
When does the government concoct its plans to add another tax to tax-burdened Americans? When they're distracted, of course. When everyone is outdoors camping, picnicking, taking vacation trips and otherwise preoccupied with life.
More good news. Minnesota is in a tie with California for the fifth fastest growing state economy in the nation. Minnesota and California gross domestic product (GDP) is growing at a 3.5 percent clip.
Healthy skepticism is always a good frame of mind when it comes to government but that mind-set can be taken too far.
Such is the case with many of the responses to the illegal revelations of electronic surveillance programs by Edward J.
Those who've been predicting economic doomsday since the United States, and much of the world, was hit by the economic downturn - dubbed the Great Recession - are beginning to sound a bit more optimistic about the overall economy.