The Gray Area In Military Prosecutions: What To Believe

18 March 2019
 Categories: Government & Politics, Blog

The movies are full of military-themed shows where soldiers and officers are prosecuted for this or that. Maybe it is war crimes. Maybe it is treason. Maybe it is being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Everyone prosecuted in the movies is portrayed this way or that. The reason for movies taking both sides is that military courts do often have gray areas. It is difficult to believe anything that is said, as the following reasons will illustrate. Read More 

3 Tips for Ideal Water Well Maintenance

1 August 2017
 Categories: Government & Politics, Blog

If you are planning to own a water well, you need to be careful in focusing on some maintenance and repair tips. By keeping your water well up to par, you will have all that you need to get fresh water and make sure that your water well lasts for many years. With these goals in mind, read below and factor in these points so that you can get the most out of the ownership of your water well. Read More 

Ethical And Practical Issues For Every Newly-Elected Trustee To Consider

26 July 2017
 Categories: Government & Politics, Blog

Seeking out a trustee position at a university or college is a noble effort that shows you have a deep interest in the affairs of a particular institution. Getting elected, however, presents a number of ethical and practical considerations that you'll have to deal with in order to make your time as a trustee a success. To bloom in your new role, think about doing the following. Know the Ethics Policy Read More