Rogue Justice Karen J. Greenberg 2016-05-24 The definitive account of how America’s War on Terror sparked a decade-long assault on the rule of law, weakening our courts and our Constitution in the name of national security. The day after September 11, President Bush tasked the attorney general with preventing another terrorist attack on the United States. From that day forward, the Bush administration turned to the Department of Justice to give its imprimatur to activities that had previously been unthinkable—from the NSA’s spying on US citizens to indefinite detention to torture. Many of these activities were secretly authorized, others done in the light of day. When President Obama took office, many observers expected a reversal of these encroachments upon civil liberties and justice, but the new administration found the rogue policies to be deeply entrenched and, at times, worth preserving. Obama ramped up targeted killings, held fast to aggressive surveillance policies, and fell short on bringing reform to detention and interrogation. How did America veer so far from its founding principles of justice? Rogue Justice connects the dots for the first time—from the Patriot Act to today’s military commissions, from terrorism prosecutions to intelligence priorities, from the ACLU’s activism to Edward Snowden’s revelations. And it poses a stark question: Will the American justice system ever recover from the compromises it made for the war on terror? Riveting and deeply reported, Rogue Justice could only have been written by Karen Greenberg, one of this country’s top experts on Guantánamo, torture, and terrorism, with a deep knowledge of both the Bush and Obama administrations. Now she brings to life the full story of law and policy after 9/11, introducing us to the key players and events, showing that time and again, when liberty and security have clashed, justice has been the victim. — Kirkus, Best Books of 2016
ATX: Outbreak Michael Finley 2017-10-23 Cattle in five states began displaying vague central nervous system symptoms at essentially the same time. Diagnostic protocols were followed revealing inconclusive laboratory results. The USDA sent samples from the affected cattle to an international reference laboratory in England. They also detailed teams of veterinary experts to each premise to conduct comprehensive investigations. ATX Feeders in Hereford, Texas was one of the involved sites. Dr. Penny Adams, a USDA veterinary pathologist, is charged with investigating the ATX Hereford feedlot. Penny, a chic blond-haired thirty-something beauty, also holds a PhD in Molecular Biology. Randy Bennett, DVM is Director of ATX Feeders and son of Randall Bennett. Randy, is a ruggedly handsome thirty-something professional steer roper who regularly competes in rodeos. Randall, Chairman of ATX Holdings, owns a diversified self-made empire based out of Amarillo, Texas. Each of Randall's eight children, or their spouse, run a division of the holding company's businesses. Randy and Penny were attracted to one another as soon as they met. Their relationship grew as they worked together in hopes of finding the cause for this mysterious disease. As Penny and her team of veterinary experts began their investigation, cattle at two other ATX feedlots began displayed neurological symptoms. To allow their relationship to grow, Randy asked Randall for his help. The British reference lab, using their electron microscope, identified the agent. However, where it came from remained a mystery until Randy and Penny examined Randy's roping steers. With the help of others, it became clear this was an ingenious act of bioterrorism. As the USDA worked to contain the disease, indemnify affected cattle owners, and develop a method to destroy over 12 million diseased cattle; the Department of Homeland Security began a terrorism investigation. A sophisticated financial plot was unraveled whereby the terrorists would profit from the effects of the outbreak as well as devastate American agriculture. Obtaining enough evidence to prosecute was another matter.
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Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force 2010 Eric H. Holder 2014-10-19 The financial crisis has impacted every American. It has presented not only fraud and deception in the finance and housing markets that helped fuel the crisis, but also the potential for fraudulent schemes to misuse the public's unprecedented investment in economic recovery. While we are aggressively confronting fraud born of the financial crisis, the reality is that we cannot prosecute our way out of the situation. Instead, we must address it with an equally broad and comprehensive enforcement response. This is the mission of the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force.
Red Riding Hood Cristina Oxtra 2020-08 Revisit the tale of Red Riding Hood. A visit to her grandmother turns dangerous with the addition of a wolf! Will Red Riding Hood make it there safely, or fall victim to the wolf's traps?
German Armored Trains 1904-1945 Wolfgang Sawodny 2010 This new book is the definitive reference on this little known subject. Starting with the first German uses of military armored trains in the early 1900s, the book continues through the World War I and Reichswehr periods, to World War II, the main focus of the book. Detailed design, construction, and technical aspects are discussed, as well as analysis of armored train operations on all war fronts that saw them used: Poland, France, the Balkans, Italy, and their extensive use on the Russian Front. Also covered are the use of captured trains, noted personnel, and a history of each train unit.
Ava: Personalized Shark Isometric Dot Paper Notebook for Kids 120 Pages 6"x9" Rob Cole 2019-02-16 Isometric DOT Paper Portrait Notebook Drawing Tool: 3D Shapes Designed Sheet Pad, Worksheet, Journal. Creating perspective drawing feature 120 pages 6"x9" with a matte finish cover.
The Discovery of Heaven Harry Mulisch 2011-01-01 'One of the most entertaining and profound philosophical novels ever written' Washington Post On a cold night in Holland two men meet and change each other's lives forever. Max Delius - a hedonistic, yet brilliant astronomer who loves fast cars, nice clothes and beautiful women - picks up Onno Quist, a cerebral chaotic philologist who cannot bear the ordinariness of everyday life. Despite their differences, they fast become great friends. And when they learn they were conceived on the same day, it is clear that their meeting is no coincidence. As the pair fall into and out of love with the same woman - Ada - so their lives become further intertwined. For all three are on a mysterious journey destined to shape human history. The Discovery of Heaven is internationally recognized as a masterpiece. Rich in philosophical, psychological, historical and theological enquiry, it is an extravagant, bold and satisfying novel of ideas. 'Sparkling, irresistible . . . you'll learn a lot from this novel' The Times 'Anyone who reads The Discovery of Heaven will come away enlightened, challenged and entertained' Wall Street Journal 'Written carefully and ingeniously by a novelist who is also a poet' John Updike, New Yorker
Amazing Caves Around the World Rachel Castro 2019-09-05 Take a trip around the world to see amazing caves that have formed on Earth.
Ohio Train Disasters Jane Ann Turzillo 2014 In nearly a century of heavy rail travel in Ohio, a dozen train accidents stand out as the most horrific. In the bitter cold, just after Christmas 1876, eleven cars plunged seventy-five feet into the frigid water below. The stoves burst into flames, burning to death all who were not killed by the fall. Fires cut short the lives of forty-three people in the head-on Doodlebug collision in Cuyahoga Falls in 1940 and eleven people in a train wreck near Dresden in 1912. Author Jane Ann Turzillo unearths these red-hot stories of ill-fated passengers, heroic trainmen and the wrecking crews who faced death and destruction on Ohio's rails.
Let the River Flow Vanessa Atler 2014-12-01
Pokemon Coloring Pages Pokemon Coloring Books 2020-11-18 POKEMON COLORING PAGES List of Pokemons Inside This Amusing Book: Pikachu Dragonite Charmander Eevee Squirtle Bulbasaur Abra Aipom Arbok Azumarill Bellsprout Blastoise Chansey Charizard Charmeleon Cherubi Chikorita Cleffa Cubone Delibird Dodrio Doduo Eevee 2 Ekans Electrike Entei Fearow Geodude Glaceon Glaceon Golbat Golem Houndoom Igglybuff Ivysaur Kadabra Koffing Lickitung Litwick Pokemon Machop Magikarp Mareep Marowak Mega Gyarados Meowth Mew Mewtwo Misdreavus Moltres Nidoking Nidoran M Nidorino Octillery Oddish Onix Pachirisu Persian Phanpy Pikachu 2 Pikachu 3 Psyduck Raichu Rapidash Sandshrew Shaymin in Land Form Shellder Shinx Slowpoke Snorlax Sunkern Tangela Tauros Togepi Umbreon Venomoth Venusaur Wigglytuff
Basketball Buddies Elliott Smith
Storyboards: Motion In Art Mark A. Simon 2012-12-12 Among the most useful tools in the production of any TV show or film is the storyboard, which is the visual blueprint of a project before it is shot. The director's vision is illustrated in the manner of a comic strip and handed on to the crew for purposes of budgeting, design, and communication. Storyboards: Motion in Art 3/e is an in depth look at the production and business of storyboards. Using exercises, real-life examples of working in the entertainment industry, interviews with people in the industry, and sample storyboard drawing, this book will teach you how to : * Develop and Improve your boards * Work with directors * Develop your resume and your portfolio * Market your talent * Create and improve a storyboard using computers Packed full of practical industry information and examples, this book will help the reader improve their skills to either land their first assignment or advance their career.
The Alkaline Cure Stephan Domenig 2014 Presents a clinically tested fourteen-day plan designed to help establish acid-alkaline balance in the body, lose weight, and discover a healthier approach to eating in general, including daily menus and more than forty recipes.
Linear Time Playing Gary Chaffee 1993-12 An introduction to linear time playing. The first section contains basic exercises for linear playing skills: voice coordination, dynamic balance, accenting, and more. The second section deals with the development of time feels in the linear style, including 4/4, half-time, shuffle, and odd meter feels.
The Best of Vela Sarah Menkedick 2015-02-20 Vela is an online magazine that publishes nonfiction inspired by travel, written by women. This stellar collection features select work from the magazine, covering terrain as far-flung as Afghanistan, El Salvador, the Philippines, and the former Soviet Union, as well as a college campus, a city bus, and a prison. In keeping with Vela's belief that there are no "women's subjects" and that women should be free to write with the same intellectual and creative freedom as men, these stories explore subjects including war, motherhood, AIDS, human rights, natural disaster, grief, gangs, addiction, home, and illness.
Maritime Chicago Theodore J. Karamanski 2000 Strategically placed on the southern shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago has always been an important transportation and trading hub. Early Native American settlers discovered Chicago's rich resources, French missionaries and trappers found the Chicago River an excellent portage to the Des Plaines, Illinois, and Mississippi Rivers, and merchants used it to ship lumber and grain to the rest of the world. Maritime Chicago tells the story of this city situated on a great "inland sea." From the thrill of two lakefront World's Fairs, to the unbelievable sorrow of the Eastland, which went down just a few feet from the banks of the Chicago River, taking with it 800 souls, Chicago's maritime past bears witness to much triumph and tragedy, victory and defeat. Today, the 29 miles of lakefront, and the revived riverfront are vital parts of the economy and recreation of Chicago.
The Book of Ratings Lore Fitzgerald Sjöberg 2002 Presents a collection of humorous ratings for such topics as classic video games, aspects of personals, Christmas songs, DVD extras, and "Three's Company" characters.
Spirou & Fantasio Franquin 2015-01-08 A trip to Africa turns into an unusual kind of safari for our reporter friends. Spirou and Fantasio, during a daring night investigation, encounter a wounded man who is running from mysterious men. He claims they bombed an automobile factory to steal the plans of a highly advanced prototype, and that he took half of the plans and ran. Having sworn to take the documents back to their owner who has the other half the two adventurers are soon on their way to Africa. But of course, the bandits are in hot pursuit "
Why Wakanda Matters Sheena C. Howard 2021-02-02 In 2018, the Marvel Cinematic Universe finally delivered on something fans had long been waiting for: a feature film with a solo Black superhero. Black Panther introduced viewers to the stunning world of Wakanda, a fictional African country with incredible technological advancements, and to T'Challa, a young man stepping into his role as king and taking up the mantle of the Black Panther title from his late father. The unforgettable story, coupled with the film's mega-success, has undoubtedly shaped the future of superhero cinema, in addition to genuinely changing viewers' lives. Why Wakanda Matters gives this iconic film the in-depth analysis it deserves under the lens of the latest psychological concepts-as well as delving into the lasting cultural impact of this unforgettable story. Edited by Sheena C. Howard, an award-winning author, filmmaker, and scholar, Why Wakanda Matters: What Black Panther Reveals About Psychology, Identity, and Communication features a collection of essays from leading experts in a variety of fields who offer insightful perspectives on topics such as: • Cognitive dissonance: The important messages within T'Challa's nuanced identity and eventual shift from nationalism to globalism. • Intergenerational trauma and resistance: How N'Jadaka (aka Erik/Killmonger) identifies with the trauma that his ancestors have suffered. • Social identity: How Nakia, Shuri, Okoye, and Ramonda—all empowered, intelligent, and assertive women of color—can make a lasting impression on women and girls. • Collective identity: How Black Panther has created a shared fantasy for Black audience members—and why this is groundbreaking. • Cultural and racial identity: What we can learn from Black Panther's portrayal of a culture virtually untouched by white supremacy. Fans of the movie and those interested in deeper discussions about the film will revel in this thought-provoking examination of all aspects of Black Panther and the power of psychology.
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Water, Wood, and Wild Things Hannah Kirshner 2022-03-29 "With this book, you feel you can stop time and savor the rituals of life." --Maira Kalman An immersive journey through the culture and cuisine of one Japanese town, its forest, and its watershed--where ducks are hunted by net, saké is brewed from the purest mountain water, and charcoal is fired in stone kilns--by an American writer and food stylist who spent years working alongside artisans One night, Brooklyn-based artist and food writer Hannah Kirshner received a life-changing invitation to apprentice with a "saké evangelist" in a misty Japanese mountain village called Yamanaka. In a rapidly modernizing Japan, the region--a stronghold of the country's old-fashioned ways--was quickly becoming a destination for chefs and artisans looking to learn about the traditions that have long shaped Japanese culture. Kirshner put on a vest and tie and took her place behind the saké bar. Before long, she met a community of craftspeople, farmers, and foragers--master woodturners, hunters, a paper artist, and a man making charcoal in his nearly abandoned village on the outskirts of town. Kirshner found each craftsperson not only exhibited an extraordinary dedication to their work but their distinct expertise contributed to the fabric of the local culture. Inspired by these masters, she devoted herself to learning how they work and live. Taking readers deep into evergreen forests, terraced rice fields, and smoke-filled workshops, Kirshner captures the centuries-old traditions still alive in Yamanaka. Water, Wood, and Wild Things invites readers to see what goes into making a fine bowl, a cup of tea, or a harvest of rice and introduces the masters who dedicate their lives to this work. Part travelogue, part meditation on the meaning of work, and full of her own beautiful drawings and recipes, Kirshner's refreshing book is an ode to a place and its people, as well as a profound examination of what it means to sustain traditions and find purpose in cultivation and craft.
The Life Plan Jeffry S. Life 2012-07-31 A septuagenarian fitness expert outlines a program that combines exercise, nutrition, hormones and holistic medicine to counsel men on how to approach aging from a strong and healthy perspective, drawing on various exercise disciplines while providing an accessible menu schedule. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.
Evocating the Gods Christopher A Plaisance 2020-08-31 Evocating the Gods: Divine Evocation in the Græco-Egyptian Magical Papyri offers the first dedicated analysis of the practice and context of theagogy (the practice of ritually invoking a god or gods) within the Late Antique world of Middle and Late Platonism. Binding curses, erotic enchantments, necromancy, and daemonic evocation are all explored
Pennsylvania Main Line Railroad Stations: Philadelphia to Harrisburg Jim Sundman 2016 In 1857, the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) took over Pennsylvania's Main Line of Public Works, a state-owned railroad and canal system built in the 1830s. Most are gone, but fortunately some still stand and are in use today. Costly to build and maintain, and never attracting the traffic needed to sustain it, the state was eager to let it go. Keeping the rail portion and combining it with its own lines, the PRR ultimately developed a well-built and well-run rail line from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh all while keeping the "main line" moniker. The eastern section between Philadelphia and Harrisburg was especially successful, particularly after the railroad built new communities along the line that were at first summer destinations and later year-round homes for daily commuters. Other towns and cities along the main line had a strong industrial or agricultural base needing rail access, and many of these communities had attractive train stations. Images of America: Pennsylvania Main Line Railroad Stations: Philadelphia to Harrisburg documents many of these passenger stations through vintage photographs and other images.
American Muscle Cars, 1960-1975 Bruce LaFontaine 2001-11-01 Expertly rendered illustrations of fast, flashy, and powerful sports cars, among them the 1962 Ford Thunderbird, 1964 Corvette Stingray, 1968 Chevy Impala SS427, 1969 Camaro Z-28, 1970 Ford Torino Fastback, 1971 Mustang Boss 351, 1974 Firebird Trans-Am, and 37 others. For coloring book enthusiasts and "muscle car" fans.
You Don't Owe Anyone Caroline Garnet McGraw 2021-04-20 You Don't Owe Anyone is for perfectionists, workaholics, people pleasers, and strivers who feel stuck in the try-hard cycle. Sharing her experiences as a life coach and recovering perfectionist, Caroline Garnet McGraw shows us how we can free ourselves from the weight of expectations and encourages us to move our lives forward without apology. Inspired by the author's viral essay "You Don't Owe Anyone an Interaction," this book invites us to make surprising choices that can help us get unstuck. Rather than offering more ways to effect change through sheer effort, these personal stories serve as a compassionate witness, a reflection of our own perfectionistic tendencies. They also are a wakeup call jolting us out of our martyr mentality and inspiring us to move in new, positive directions. Through simple, accessible coaching practices, You Don't Owe Anyone shows us what it looks like to refuse to over-function in the old ways. It invites us to make the same surprising choices that have helped McGraw and her clients move past perfectionism, empowering us to quiet our fears and heal our hearts.
Novel Strategies to Improve Shelf-Life and Quality of Foods Santosh K. Mishra 2020-11-25 This volume focuses on food preservation prior to distribution and sale, which is a major challenge in the tropical climates of most developing nations. In order to assure that food products are safe for human consumption, due importance must be given to the quality and safety aspects of production, processing, and distribution. This volume provides an informative overview of recent research on the therapeutic potential of various new and natural compounds along with novel technologies for enhanced shelf-life longevity and food safety. It also looks at the antimicrobial constituents of different sources and the history of their use as biopreservatives. It includes scientific evaluations of their use as alternative or potential biopreservatives. Focusing on real-life applications in consumer and food products, the book is divided into three parts, covering health and quality aspects of food preservation, applications of novel biomolecules for quality and safety of foods, and novel research techniques in food biopreservation.
Malibu Cheesecake Olivia de Berardinis 2011 9x12, in full color. Hardbound, Smythe sewn. Over 100 new paintings, drawings, and studies. Comments by Olivia on technique, models, and the creative process. Interviews with: Hugh Hefner Bettie Page Dita Von Teese Margaret Cho
The Acid Watcher Cookbook Jonathan Aviv, MD, FACS 2019-10-15 Jonathan Aviv, renowned ENT physician and author of The Acid Watcher Diet, supplies readers with new recipes and advice on how to stay acid-free and reverse inflammation for optimal health. In The Acid Watcher Diet, Dr. Jonathan Aviv gave acid reflux sufferers a pathway to healing, helping them identify the silent symptoms of acid damage and providing a two-phase eating and lifestyle plan to reduce whole-body acid damage and inflammation. Now, The Acid Watcher Cookbook widens the possibilities of what acid watchers can eat without repercussions. For many people struggling with acid damage, acidic foods like tomatoes, citrus fruits, vinegar, and reflux-inducing foods like raw onion and garlic, and chocolate are off-limits. After hearing patient after patient bemoaning the loss of vinaigrette, tomato sauce, ketchup, guacamole, and other staples, Dr. Aviv and coauthor Samara Kaufmann Aviv developed an innovative method of cooking that combines acidic foods with alkaline foods so that acidity is neutralized. By following a few simple guidelines, anyone will be able to enjoy dishes that had previously exacerbated their acid reflux symptoms. The 100 new Acid Watcher-approved recipes included in this comprehensive cookbook are delicious, safe, and anti-inflammatory, allowing readers to reclaim the foods they love without risking their health. With recipes such as Cauliflower Pizza, Plant-Based Chili, Butternut Squash "Mac 'n' Cheese" and creative basics including Tahini Dressing, Beet Ketchup, and Garlic Aioli, along with meal plans and food lists, The Acid Watcher Cookbook is a must-have for anyone with acid damage.
Mines Around Silverton Karen A. Vendl and Mark A. Vendl with the San Juan County Historical Society 2015 Silverton is located in the heart of the San Juan Mountains, which have been described by H.H. Bancroft as "the wildest and most inaccessible region of Colorado, if not North America." The region has a long and colorful mining history, dating back to the Spanish exploration of the area in the 18th century. For the past 250 years, men have sought gold and silver in these mountains. However, full-scale mining did not begin until the 1870s, and for more than a century, mining was the lifeblood of Silverton and the surrounding area. The San Juan Mountains have been called one of the four great mining areas of Colorado, in a state known for its mining heritage. This is not only the story of the mines but also of the men and women who worked and lived in these rugged mountains.
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Jamestown and Western Tuolumne County Judith Marvin 2011 The hamlet of Jamestown dates to the early Gold Rush. Discovered in August 1848, the Woods Creek placers at Jamestown eventually yielded millions of dollars in gold. When the easily mined placer gold gave out, the town remained a trade and supply depot for mining higher in the foothills, with a prime location on the roads from the Central Valley. From the 1890s to 1910s, the hard-rock mining era, known as the second Gold Rush, granted new life to the town, surrounded as it is by the Mother Lode itself. But it was the coming of the Sierra Railway in 1897 that cemented Jamestown's status, transporting the bounty of Tuolumne County's natural resources, including minerals, cattle, produce, and lumber, to the waiting markets in California and across the country. The railroad also facilitated three major dam construction projects from the 1910s to the 1940s and brought many film crews to the area.
The Foundations of Natural Philosophy John Godolphin Bennett 1956
The Wardrobe (Storycuts) Judy Nunn 2012-03-12 A heart-warming short story of friendship and love from the pen of bestselling novelist Judy Nunn. When struggling young journalist Nancy buys a tiny rundown terrace in Surry Hills she knows nothing about the previous owner, other than the old lady died six months earlier. But a dusty box retrieved from underneath the old wardrobe in an upstairs bedroom soon changes all that. And the lives, loves and losses of Emily Roper and her best friend Margaret are tantalisingly revealed...
Java Software Solutions John Lewis 2012 Java Software Solutions teaches a foundation of programming techniques to foster well-designed object-oriented software. Heralded for its integration of small and large realistic examples, this worldwide best-selling text emphasizes building solid problem-solving and design skills to write high-quality programs. MyProgrammingLab, Pearson's new online homework and assessment tool, is available with this edition.
Neihart Mining R. L. Lansverk 2013 The route from silver mine to silver dollar could be long and dangerous to the miner, owner, and laborers at every step. It is hard to understand the history without some knowledge of that route. More than simply wagon trails, stream crossings, or buffalo sightings, the route also consisted of people. About half the people who followed a route to populate mining towns were miners; the rest served those who mined, like hotel and boardinghouse operators, lawyers, laborers, assay men, merchants, restaurant servers, lumbermen, store owners, saloon keepers, or a traveling preacher. Images of America: Neihart Mining presents their history in the camp that "could have been the richest town in Montana."
Licence Renewed John Gardner 2011-06-23 Official, original James Bond from a writer described by Len Deighton as a 'master storyteller'. The first of John Gardner's novels featuring Ian Fleming's secret agent. Bond has been assigned to investigate one Dr. Anton Murik, a brilliant nuclear physicist who is thought to have been meeting with a terrorist known as Franco. Together they plan to hijack six nuclear power plants around the world and start a global meltdown, unless Bond can stop them...

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