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Gee, you think this might lead to lawsuits?

From 538 Significant Digits: Title VII Attorney General Jeff Sessions has changed a federal policy with a memo to agency heads and U.S. attorneys indicating that Title VII’s sex discrimination protections do not apply to transgender workers. This could lead … Continue reading

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Two states enact good and meaningful laws. The DOJ? Not

In a way they’re small laws, local laws. But in a way they are, as one headline reads, huge steps forward toward righteous protections for individuals. In the face of a federal government locked in a crazed demolition derby to … Continue reading

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Part 2. Triple Cross: an eerie encounter with Russian spies

Somewhere in the middle of my tandem read and re-read of A Spy Among Friends and Tinker Tailor, I began to smell odors emitting from our immediate Russian spy situation in the United States. Which often reads more like fiction … Continue reading

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