Agency-by-agency summary of Obama budget Highlights: The department budget proposes spending $2 billion on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to develop its next generation weather satellite systems ... from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to the International Trade ... 03/4/2014 - 6:51 am | View Link
Dallas-Fort Worth will get 1 of 3 satellite patent offices, according to report Expansion of the U.S. Patent and Trademark ... of at least three satellite offices to open by 2014. Texas has become a center of high-tech innovation and development, making Dallas-Fort Worth an ideal location for a satellite office because of such ... 07/1/2012 - 10:01 am | View Link
Dallas-Fort Worth will get 1 of 3 satellite patent offices, according to report Bill Munck of technology-focused law firm Munck Wilson Mandala LLP in Dallas said the patent and trademark office in North ... working on a proposal that would secure a satellite office in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 07/1/2012 - 10:01 am | View Link
Peter is the Rock Few texts have been the occasion for the spilling of more ink than Matthew 16:17-19:And Jesus answered him, âBlessed are you, Simon Bar-Jona! For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father who is in heaven.Â And I tell you, you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church, and the powers of death shall not prevail against it.
Beginning in early 2011, state Sen. Leland Yee repeatedly solicited bribes to fund his San Francisco mayor and California secretary of state campaigns, according to the FBI agents who brought him down last month. But he appears to have devoted more time and energy to a far more lucrative pursuit: crafting or carrying legislation benefiting special interests who supply campaign contributions.
When gun rights advocates explain that the Second Amendment exists to protect the people's last-ditch means of stopping an out-of-control government, a common reply from those who favor oppressive gun laws is that civilians, with our small arms, would have no chance against a military superpower like the U. S.
Happy Easter, Happy Passover. On this Good Friday, we mark the tenth anniversary of Mel's movie, and over the weekend we'll have something with a lighter touch. Caroline Glick, my old colleague from The Jerusalem Post, has a column using a very Steynian word, "The Disappearance of America's Will": The most terrifying aspect of the collapse of US power worldwide is the US's indifferent response to it.
JACKSON, Wyo. -- What's happening in this Wyoming resort town might be better described as a land creep than a landslide, but the lack of speed has not hindered the sheer power of the moving earth. Over the past two weeks, a piece of East Gros Ventre Butte has slowly collapsed toward the west side of Jackson shearing one hillside home in half, threatening to devour several others and looming ever more ominously over a cluster of businesses below.
This morning, Dana Milbank examines the Republican rush to the exit, the New York Times editorial board wants a kinder gentler policy on trade, Ruth Marcus argues for campus civility, Freddie Wilkinson hangs with those at the top of the world, and most of your Sunday morning regulars take a (deserved or not) vacation day.
Ross Douthat is really determined to prove that he can write just damn anything and still get paid.