links below take you to information that may or may not be directly
relevant to this particular course. I am providing you these links with
the hope that you may still end up learning something useful.
[] Links to external web sites with information that may be of relevance to course material covered in this class.
[] Study Guides and Strategies (effective study habits, taking notes, overcoming test anxiety, writing research papers, test-taking tips, etc.)
Academy (free video tutorials
on math, science, economics, finance, etc.)
[] Understanding Financial Aid (and avoiding lifelong debt)
[] Articles on Health
[] Choosing safe consumer products
[] Sleep and Sleeplessness
[] WolframAlpha (fact-based knowledge engine)
[] Food and Nutrition Information Center
[] Occupational Outlook Handbook (critically important information compiled by the U.S. government on almost any job career you can ever think of).
Procedural democracy-related links
[] How laws are made in the U.S.
[] Path to the Supreme Court (Chart)
[] U.S. Supreme Court Procedures
[] U.S. Supreme Court: Web site
[] The U.S. Judicial Process: The Federal Court System.
[] Legislation of the U.S. Congress (The Library of Congress Thomas web site)
[] Justice Denied.org
Famous trials in history
Appreciating the privilege of being in school
Appreciating the history behind your presence here
Charities I Like
Caine Prize (Read winning fiction from African writers)
Baltic Dry Index (the true measure of where the economy is heading)
MarketWatch (how to survive financially in a capitalist economy)
Khan Academy (absolutely free expert help for those taking courses in biology, calculus, math, physics, and so on)
On Food and Health
Torture: The Return to Barbarity
On Money and College
Preparing for the LSAT
Socially Responsible Capitalism
Time versus money
The Habits of the Bourgeoisie (versus those of the proletariat)
On Sexual Harassment and Assault on College Campuses