I thought the percentage was higher in Japan

The drop in murders on New York is stunning

Joseph Crampin: Precedent for Delaying Royal Assent: A Response to Professor Finnis

UK Constitutional Law Association

The ‘Cooper-Letwin Act’ (European Union Withdrawal (No 5) Act 2019) may yet come to be known as the constitutional crisis that wasn’t. But, the advocacy by some of the Government’s ability to advise the crown to refuse assent in order to legitimately prevent the Bill from becoming law has provoked significant debate. The object of this post is not to address the question of whether the Government can properly advise the Crown to refuse royal assent (among others: advocated by John Finnis, Robert Craig; rejected by Mark Elliott, Jeff King and Tom Poole). The aim is to address the slightly different issue, raised by Professor Finnis, that the ‘Lord Chancellor’ can legitimately withhold Bills from presentation to the Monarch (considered in terms of constitutional principle by Elliott and David Howarth). On this point, I suggest that Professor Finnis’s argument is constitutionally mistaken, as a matter…

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MIT Atmospheric Physicist Richard Lindzen Offers A Few Words

American Elephants

Climate change is an urgent topic of discussion among politicians, journalists and celebrities, but actual climate scientists are not so much click-bait as real celebrities, and journalists seem more interested in click-bait than deeply informed commentary. We seem to be transforming into a society that values  popularity more than accuracy, or perhaps we always were, but it just wasn’t as obvious as it is today. Richard Lindzen is one of the most esteemed climate scientists in the world, and one to whom you should pay attention.

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What cancels out the gender wage gap for professional women? Hubby earns less!

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’tis a pity @NZHumanRights prefers instead to take sides on biblical interpretation and translations about hell and damnation

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Fair Play? Women’s Athletics in the Age of Gender Identity

The man who could not believe Marks & Spencer was open to the public

Men aren’t socialized to be aggressive. The entire upbringing of boys is about taming their innate aggression.

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