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In Her Own Words, If Not A “Room of One’s Own” — HC on Juggling Private vs. Public Email

 

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Christie at CPAC after Putting Down Pensions

by Professor Ruth O’Brien & Frederic D. O’Brien (a.k.a. Fred Schwarz, Deputy Managing Editor, National Review) Being a longtime New Jersey voter, I noticed that Gov. Chris Christie went after the gold standard when it comes to public employees – … Continue reading

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More Danish than Dutch

Posted on February 23, 2015 by Ruth O’Brien After a friendly tolerant discussion about different European nation-states at the in-house publishing dinner-time discussion, we’re making the following argument adjustment (i.e. developmental editing).  We deleted one sentence from last Friday’s blog deciding it’s more Danish than … Continue reading

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