Monthly Archives: September 2012

Univision: The untold story of what ‘Fast and Furious’ wrought in Mexico

The story is sad on a couple of counts. First and foremost is why did it take a Spanish language TV service to uncover the full extent of the horror. There are more than a few top flight English news … Continue reading

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FDA begins nationwide effort to warn of online pharmacies

 For those coming out of prison and needing drugs, the internet may seem like an attractive alternative because of the price. However, the reality is that there are some pitfalls when dealing with drugs on the internet. In part, they … Continue reading

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Bank of America Settles Suit Over Merrill for $2.43 Billion

 There are a couple of phrases that ripple through these kinds of actions. The first is a major financial institution saying that they will voluntarily pay the fine so as to be able to put it behind them and they … Continue reading

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The Audacity of an Imperial President

This is a great article that simplifies the issues on indifinite detention.  ‘…Judge Forrest made national news on May 16 of this year when she issued a preliminary injunction against enforcement of section 1021(b) of the NDAA which authorizes the … Continue reading

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Protecting foster children

Florida has traditionally been and is still at the bottom of the list of states taking care of kids at risk. In theory the state sets a 24 hour rapid response time for claims of abuse or neglect but over … Continue reading

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Convicted TSA Officer Reveals Secrets of Thefts at Airports

The scary part here is that these men and women represent law enforcement, crimenal justice and security at the highest levels. They are examples that state and local law enforcement follow. It may be that less than one percent are caught and convicted but … Continue reading

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Is the era of free checking accounts over?

 The world of banking, checking accounts and ATM machines has changed greatly over the last two or so years. Those coming out of prison should take the time to investigate all the charges related to all the transactions they are expecting to be demanded of … Continue reading

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