Columns

A clear legacy in Volodymyr vs. Vladimir

May 26, 2022

Greg Demetriou, BridgeTower Media Newswires On Feb. 24, Vladimir Putin ordered the Russian military to invade Ukraine and thus, an unprecedented attack began. The lead up to the actual incursion was visible, talked about, and even handicapped as to the day ...

How a once-fringe conspiracy theory became more mainstream

May 26, 2022

Paul J. Becker and Art Jipson, University of Dayton (THE CONVERSATION) — The recent grocery store mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, is placing a spotlight on white supremacy. Eighteen-year-old Payton Gendron drove three hours from his home in Conklin, ...

Michigan must close asset forfeiture loophole

May 26, 2022

Jarrett Skorup, Mackinac Center for Public Policy The story is hard to believe: A mayor and police chief conducted a “fire inspection” of a building where medical marijuana was being grown and seized the property for a year and a half without charging ...

That's so meta - Workplace harassment issues in a virtual world

May 26, 2022

Erik Eisenmann, Tracey O’Brien and Catarina Colón BridgeTower Media Newswires Most individuals are familiar with online video games such as FIFA, Minecraft, Fortnite or maybe, Last of Us permitting players to play and communicate with others online ...

Asking for help? Here are some tips to do it right

May 26, 2022

Jessica Markham, BridgeTower Media Newswires I receive inquiries for help from outside of my law firm almost every single day. Mostly, inquiries about help finding a job, starting a firm, advice on a case, and advice on hiring and networking. I realized at ...

On judges, it looks like Trump was right

May 26, 2022

Marshall H. Tanick, BridgeTower Media Newswires “How dreadful it is when the right judge judges wrong.” Sophocles, Antigone  (Circa 442 B. C.) One of the many facets of the draft opinion of the Supreme Court eliminating the constitutional ...