Can’t Take the Heat: Climate Scientist Sues Publication Over Hurt Feelings

I’m pretty conflict-avoidant by nature. With that said, though, I don’t have a lot of respect for anyone who smugly insists he’s right and then gets deeply, viscerally offended if anyone disagrees. The minute some pundit reproaches someone for citing data that pokes holes in his argument, I just see red. I don’t think it’s […]

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We Didn’t Stop the Fire: Millions of Extinguishers Recalled for Potential Serious Malfunctions

On November 2 the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a recall of tens of millions of fire extinguishers for several potential malfunctions that might prevent them from being used effectively on fires. Tragically, these malfunctions have already led to one fatality and easily could cause others before the recall can gain significant traction. […]

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Mark Kelly on Gun Regulations

Astronaut Mark Kelly Doesn’t Seem to Understand How The Law Works

In a recent interview, spaceman turned political activist Mark Kelly sat down with a reporter from Politico to talk about gun regulations. Specifically, Mr. Kelly spoke of the need for tighter restrictions on guns as a means of preventing gun violence. When the conversation eventually arrived at the topic of those pesky Republicans in Congress […]

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Chuck and Gena Norris Sue for Alleged Injuries from MRI Contrast Dye, Defendants Feel Icy Grip of Terror at Angering Chuck Norris

Martial arts mogul and Internet cornerstone Chuck Norris and his wife Gena announced on November 1 that they have undertaken a lawsuit against several large drug companies, including Bracco Diagnostic and McKesson Medical-Surgical. The suit was brought after Mrs. Norris developed serious injuries that allegedly were caused by heavy-metal-based contrast dye, made by the defendants […]

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Fisher Price Recalls Overheating Infant Motion Seats

As a personal injury firm, we keep an eye on recent recalls issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Since several members of our team have kids, we look extra-carefully at instances where children’s products are in the spotlight. After all, it’s up to parents to safeguard their little ones; children seem almost supernaturally […]

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Texas Texting Ban Will Help Victims, But Not the Way You Think It Will

In September the Lone Star State implemented a new law that bans drivers from texting while driving. The number of people I’ve seen glancing down at their laps on the tollway suggests these new rules haven’t soaked in just yet, but even if the fines don’t persuade drivers to put down their phones, having this […]

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Can Facebook Make Good On Its Promise to Clean Up Offensive Content?

Earlier this year Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the social media giant would add significantly to its staff for the purpose of better regulating content uploaded by users. Like it or not, Facebook is a venue for way more than memes, envy-inducing pictures of your friends’ most recent exotic vacation (how do they get […]

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