Monthly Archives: July 2012

Marine Corps creates law enforcement battalions

 On the surface this sounds like a good idea because of the justification of the US being involved in so many peace keeping operations. However, the truth is that when you develop a resource there is the tendency to over … Continue reading

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Kentucky teen faces jail time after exposing sexual assailants on Twitter

There is something here that is awfully sick and I mean awfully sick. What has happened is that in essence the victim is jailed for being a victim and speaking out about her perpetrators. Criminal Justice at its finest by … Continue reading

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Financial Scandal Scorecard

It seems as if it was only a couple of days ago that an entry was posted on this blog about the lack of punishment as it relates to institutional fraud. This is from the New York Times and it … Continue reading

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FAA Has Authorized 106 Government ‘Entities’ to Fly Domestic Surveillance Drones

 This has got to be the fastest and most far reaching event in the history of the US. The worst part is that the science and production has gotten ahead of the privacy issues associated the vast new surveillance capacity. … Continue reading

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Lack of exercise kills roughly as many as smoking

  Back in the day when Ike was president, he became worried about the general physical wellbeing of America’s youth. So, he instituted a study to see how they fared. It was not well. As a result he instituted a series … Continue reading

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Drones That May Fly ‘Indefinitely’ Can Be Recharged By Lasers

And another chapter in the evolution of drone technology is moving from the realm of science fiction to reality. Recharging drone batteries by laser to fly for an indefinite time. This is going to make air space an interesting place. … Continue reading

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Consumer Watchdog Fines Capital One for Deceptive Credit Card Practices

It seems as if no sooner than I posted an entry on bank fraud and etc by the major banks than this jumps up and it was just too good to pass on. However, this is not just about Capital … Continue reading

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A concise list of recent bank fraud

This came across my transom from Facebook and I just did a cut and paste of the entire list because the reader has to see it for themself. Over the years, have seen I don’t know how many articles where … Continue reading

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People Who Are Constantly Online Can Develop Mental Disorders

My own observation is that all too often those coming out of prison hug the internet because it is a way to maintain contact with those that have share a common thread and it becomes a place to go for … Continue reading

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Penn State report shows limits of campus crime law

 The one thing you can never surrender is the awareness and responsibility for your own safety. One would think that a walk through any campus would be a safe experience at any hour. The reality is that any business, community … Continue reading

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