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Assessing a DUI suspect starts with the eyes, progresses to the breath

After pulling over a motorist, a police officer questions the suspect and then administers a Standardized Field Sobriety Test. It is an assessment of a suspect’s mental and motor skills that consists ... read more

Why athletes need a ‘quiet eye’

Embarking on a PhD at the University of British Columbia, Vickers began to suspect ... start with, before fixating on one side of the ball as they take their putt. This media cannot be played on your ... read more

Gig Harbor Police reports for the week of Feb. 1

The suspect ... assess the driver and noticed the smell of alcohol on his breath. The officer noticed a cut on the driver’s head and opened the driver’s shirt to see a burn from the seat belt. Officer... read more

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Judging the Merits of a Media-Hyped ‘Collapse’ Study

Let’s start with the first paragraph of the study’s abstract ... or even to understand it. I suspect they were strongly influenced by the work of Peter Turchin—for which, please see the attached (shor... read more

SDG Reviews ‘Noah’

For many pious moviegoers, I suspect some of the film’s more provocative flourishes ... Who is the audience? Well, I am, to begin with. For a lifelong Bible geek and lover of movie-making and storytel... read more

Readers Respond to Jordan Peterson in Aspen

I suspect this is a common dialectic held by others in my Anxious ... You seem like you actually care about seeking the truth, and in this day in age, that’s a breath of fresh air. Your ability to rem... read more

What Did Paul Know About Jesus? Not Much.

But what information about Jesus does Paul give us? We’ll start with that well-known passage from 1 Corinthians 15. 1. Jesus died “for our sins.” 2. Jesus was resurrected from the dead three days late... read more

Federal DUI program has Idaho cops drawing blood

The nation’s highest court ruled in 1966 that police could have blood tests forcibly done on a drunken driving suspect without a warrant ... up at a stoplight and usually start casing the vehicle. Now... read more

Drawing Blood Will Help Stop Drunk Driving, Police Say

BOISE, Idaho – When police officer Darryll Dowell is on patrol in the southwestern Idaho city of Nampa, he'll pull up at a stoplight and usually start casing the vehicle. Nowadays, his eyes will ... h... read more

Issue debated, no decision made by township supervisors

NORTH SEWICKLEY TWP. — Despite a lengthy discussion at their meeting Tuesday concerning an alternative to a proposed nuisance ordinance, the North Sewickley Township Supervisors failed to take action ... read more

US Media’s Global Warming Denialism

The coverage choices of America’s most-watched networks have great ramifications, starting with the election of climate denier Donald Trump. His choice as EPA administrator, Scott Pruitt, is a notorio... read more

Princeton Police Department blotter — Nov. 22

E.D. Leftwich was dispatched to a residence on Oliver Avenue, where a domestic disturbance was reported in progress ... eyes and slurred speech. Nicole Selby, 35, of Princeton, reportedly showed impai... read more

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