Monthly Archives: July 2012

Re-entry traps

This is the first shoe to drop and the next one should come in the not too distant future. Can not believe the chages were just dropped because the golf manager was fired unless they have been looking for a … Continue reading

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Understanding the Rate-Fixing Inquiry

This is a chance for the Department of Justice to shine but my sense is that it will all stop with the banks kicking in money and everyone will go home. U.S. Is Building Criminal Cases in Rate-Fixing and Understanding … Continue reading

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Former state Sen. Mandy Dawson sentenced to six months in federal prison on tax charges

This is what we know about ‘…Dawson pleaded guilty in April to tax evasion and failing to file a tax return. Federal prosecutors say she received about $82,000 in secret payments in an influence-peddling scheme led by Dr. Alan Mendelsohn, … Continue reading

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Culture of drones

The next chapter in the drone story is that more than 30,000 drones have been purchased by homeland Security and there is the first step in a rapid reaction force being assembled to accompany the drones. ‘…Surveillance drones have a … Continue reading

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Censorship of public records

In theory, public records are the public’s records but in reality this is not the case. It appears that government be it local, state or national has come up with a way to stiff the public’s access to the records … Continue reading

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FOP announces endorsements

 This is the police making their voices and power felt. FOP announces endorsements Tuesday, July 24, 2012 at 12:41 by Chris Curry   The Fraternal Order of Police Gator Lodge 67 has announced the following endorsements in the races for … Continue reading

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PBA announces endorsements

 This is going to be an interesting experiment: Track the effectiveness of BPA endorsements. In this case, it also mentions those that they withheld endorsements. In the south, the PBA and associated law enforcements organizations are important political players. In … Continue reading

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