Tag Archive: Bernie Sanders

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Logical Reasonings / 3.28.16

A. We’ve got an awesome new Reading Comp book that we are literally giving away. And by “literally,” we mean literally, not figuratively. Blueprint LSAT Prep

B. A gunman fired shots at the Capitol in Washington D.C. today. He is in custody, and it appears that the only person who was hurt was the gunman himself. CNN

C. Bernie Sanders beat the pants off Hillary Clinton in caucuses in three states over the weekend. Sorry, Berners, he’s still not going to win the nomination. NPR

D. Here are the private law schools that offer the biggest discounts off tuition. Good to know. US News & World Report

E. Aaaaaand in duh news, it turns out a 135 mile cab ride costs a lot of money. Yahoo News

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Primarily, we’re all screwed.

There were a few primaries last night — some ho-hum affairs that, in their own way, may have sealed the fate of the planet. By that, I mean that Donald Trump is way closer to putting his itty-bitty index finger on the red button that says “nuke” than anybody ought to be comfortable with.

Let’s look at the contests briefly, and then we can talk about where we go from here.

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Logical Reasonings / 2.8.16

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B. With less than twelve hours until the polls open, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders handily lead the fields in the GOP and Democratic primary races respectively. CNN Politics

C. A man in India was (maybe) killed by a meteorite. If true, the unlucky victim would be the first in hundreds of years to suffer such a fate. Huffington Post

D. Students in a Criminal Procedure class at Pepperdine University Law School had their grades leaked. The administration spent the next 24 hours making the situation worse than it had to be. Above the Law

E. Finally, in news both devastating and delicious, a man has died during the Krispy Kreme Challenge, a five mile race that includes downing a dozen donuts at the halfway marker. Independent Tribune

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A Brief Wrap-Up Before Everyone Goes Back to Not Caring About Iowa

The Iowa caucuses were last Monday. Blueprint sent me down to Iowa to cover the event, to look for the story between the headlines.

Once every four years, the Hawkeye State gets to feel like the quiet kid in elementary school everyone forgot about until his parents got him a pair of sweet Ninja Turtle light-up shoes. Iowa is the first electoral event of the presidential election season.

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The Iowho, Iowhat, Iowhen, Iowhere, and Iowhy of the Iowa Caucuses

Today, we’re going to go off the beaten path a little bit and discuss the campaign trail. As I’m sure most of you know, we’re on the verge of the Iowa Caucus. What you might not know is how the Iowa Caucus actually works. To be honest with you, I didn’t have a terribly clear idea myself before I started researching for this post (I’m a little ashamed to admit that most of my knowledge came from a classmate’s description of an episode of “The Good Wife”).

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Logical Reasonings / 11.19.15

A. In the digital age, breakin’ up is extra hard to do. ABC News
B. Puppy tries peanut butter, internet breaks. Mashable
C. Cop dresses up as Butterball turkey, all for the good of humankind. ABA Journal
D. Austin plans to shelter its homeless in teensy, adorable homes. Shareable
E. Tell us, did Bernie Sanders sell you on Democratic Socialism? CNN

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Logical Reasonings / 10.19.15

A. Larry David as Bernie Sanders. One word: YES. Politico

B. For the first time, Northwestern Law School’s new interview option allows prospective students to interview from their own home. Northwestern University

C. She went from tenure law professor to stand-up comedian… Above the Law

D. Major TV networks are being hit With Antitrust Lawsuit over NFL rights deals. Hollywood Reporter

E. Law school applications may have spiked for the first time in years. Education Dive