Antonin Scalia’s Landmark Defense Of Violent Video Games

Antonin Scalia's Landmark Defense Of Violent Video GamesPhoto: AP Images

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who unexpectedly died at the age of 79 today, will be remembered as one of the most polarizing figures in American government, famous, or perhaps infamous, for his strong conservative stances on abortion, campaign finance, the death penalty and gay marriage. On June 27, 2011, he also delivered an opinion worthy of appreciation from those who love video games.

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Clouds of Uncertainty

At this point, most states have not adopted policies on the use of e-cigarettes in the workplace, although I feel that with the vaping devices that are on the market, and the clouds of vapor they produce, most states will be legislating e-cigarettes out of the workplace.  For now, only seven states treat vaping the same as smoking. Workplaces in other states have the authority to ban e-cigarettes from their workplaces, and some have done just that.

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Snacktaku Goes To New York City, Eats Taco Bell’s Stupid New Quesalupa

This week Taco Bell unveiled its biggest new fake Mexican food product since the Doritos Locos Tacos. What better place to try it than the world?™s biggest city with ?œNew” in the name?

You may have seen the teasing signs plastered all over your local Taco Bell restaurants, or watched the commercials with celebrity types holding up green bricks.

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Embracing Vaping

The popularity of vaping continues even with all the scaremongering of public health and the media. Smokers continue to put down their cigarettes and pick up a mod and embracing the movement.  It’s not just a coastal or big city phenomenon, all across the country the vaping industry continues to grow. New vape shops, new e-liquid manufacturers and, of course, new vape gear, show up daily.

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