Tag Archive: Iowa caucuses

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Logical Reasonings / 2.2.16

A. Blueprint: The Movie 2.0, America’s sauciest online LSAT course, is available as a monthly subscription. Get crackin’, cuz the June LSAT is this June (duh)! Blueprint LSAT Preparation
B. Polls leading up to caucus night consistently showed Trump comfortably ahead of Cruz. What happened? This: The New York Times
C. What do mindfulness and law school admissions have to do with one another? As much or as little as you choose. Above the Law
D. Whither Johnny Football? Perhaps Johnny Insurance Sales? Or Johnny Lawn Mower Repair? NFL.com
E. Two guys crammed into one outfit in order to get into a movie theater at half the cost. We’re pretty sure it wasn’t worth it for the guy inside the outfit. Bored Panda

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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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Logical Reasonings / 1.25.16

A. Three scary dudes (think murder, torture, and kidnapping) escaped from Men’s Central Jail in Orange County, California. The escape included cutting through rebar. Looks like all the jail guards need to be sacked. L.A. Times
B. Remember that Mizzou professor that said she needed “some muscle” to deal with journalists documenting campus protests? She’s been charged with assault for grabbing a journalist’s camera. USA Today
C. Harvard Law School has closed an investigation into what they deemed a hate crime – someone placed black tape over the portraits of many black faculty members – without naming a suspect. The Daily Caller
D. Former employees are suing Disney, alleging that the company replaced them illegally with lower wage workers brought in from other countries. The New York Times
E. The first voting for the 2016 election is just a week away! Ack! The Hill