Monthly Archives: December 2011

Native Americans casinos/Is it worth it?

Indian gaming has impacted tribes in a big way. Revenues from casinos have helped build homes, schools, community buildings, clinics, roads and other infrastucture improvements. The big question is have all the tribes benefitted from this new infusion of money? … Continue reading

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Robots/Are you comfortable with them?

Robots are everywhere. Whether you are having surgery or buying the kids some toys, they impact society. Countries like South Korea and Japan invest big money in their development. For instance, robot guards are being tested in a South Korean … Continue reading

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Neurolaw/Cognitive liberty

Neurolaw is a topic that is garnering attention throughout the nation. The debate about cognitive liberty is raging on. Current cases like Jared Lee Loughner, charged with killing six people, and injuring 14 others, including Congresswoman Giffords, highlight when a … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street/Status Report

In the past several weeks many of the camps set up by the “Occupy movement” have been removed. If the group is to make some kind of impact, it will have to morph into some type of political movement. That … Continue reading

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