Taking on Chrysler Franchised Dealership Terminations

Taking on Chrysler Franchised Dealership Terminations

Earlier this month, the Wall Street Journal reported that the new Fiat-Chrysler, was experiencing “brisk sales of high-margin Ram trucks and Jeep sport-utility vehicles. . . .” Eric Sylvers, Fiat Chrysler Rides Its Ram, Jeep Brands, Wall St. J., Feb. 7, 2020, at B3....
Taking Control of Mississippi River Flows

Taking Control of Mississippi River Flows

In 1954, the United States Army Corps of Engineers advised Congress of an impending economic catastrophe likely to result if the Government did not try to channel flows back into the lower Mississippi River that had been increasingly diverting into the Atchafalaya...
Student Loan Debt—Pay Up

Student Loan Debt—Pay Up

Faith Nelson took out $5,000 in educational loans, one for $2,500 in 1982 and the other for $2,500 in 1985. Nelson claimed that she had paid off both loans by May 21, 1986. But the Missouri Department of Higher Education disagreed and began garnishing her state and...
Which Way to the Ark?

Which Way to the Ark?

At 11:30 p.m. on September 13, 2013, in Larimer County, Colorado, in response to a slow-moving cold front dropping record amounts of rainfall, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation opened the flood gates of the Olympus Dam, which Reclamation controls and operates as part of...
Caring for Those Who Care for Our Veterans

Caring for Those Who Care for Our Veterans

                      As the Civil War drew to a close, President Lincoln spoke of the nation’s duty “to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan.” Today the primary...
The Relentless March of Time

The Relentless March of Time

Over a year ago 62 landowners near the Dogtooth Bend Peninsula in southern Illinois sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Court of Federal Claims for taking their property rights. Jackson-Greenly Farm, Inc. v. United States, No 18-cv-1141L (August 30, 2019),...