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I saw a sign on a NYC bus this summer: See Something? Say Something! I can imagine a time in the not so distant decades of our American past that the See Something/Say Something public service … [Read more...] about See Something? Say Something!
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On Thursday September 4th 2014, Judge Carl J. Barbier, a federal judge in New Orleans, found the company British Petroleum (BP) guilty of “gross negligence” and “willful misconduct” in the April 20, … [Read more...] about “Reckless, Negligent, Responsible, Guilty”: Important Words