Monthly Archives: November 2012

Drug Shortages Persist in U.S., Harming Care

¬†Strange how the drug shortages work out. It is the profit motive to the last breath. Those that are easy to manufacture and have a high demand are readily plentiful. Oxycotin, Gabapentin, Haldol, Viagra, Adderal, Aspirin, etc. there is no … Continue reading

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Help Women In Need

Seldom in the life of the average person does an opportunity of this magnitude appear to help those that have not had an opportunity to get to the starting blocks of life. A new program of character- and faith-based prison … Continue reading

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Lawmakers pad personal committees with $20 million in special interest cash

These are the men and women that are sending other men and women to fill the jails and prisons of the state for doing on a lessor scale what they are doing on a grand scale. The only difference is … Continue reading

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Deal on $300 million foreclosure settlement

This story reminds me of a massive class action suit against a software company that I was a part of the class action. I get a form from a law firm that said I had been defrauded and that they … Continue reading

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Exam Said to Be Leaked to Guards at Nuclear Site

You have to ask yourself where are the checks and balances. The answer is most likely: there are none. It appears that no one in the government knew enough to write the exam and as such the contractor wrote and … Continue reading

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Tallahassee plans citations as arrest alternative

This will be well worth watching to see how it plays itself out. “Law enforcement officials from Tallahassee and surrounding Leon County announced Wednesday that they’ll be the first Florida jurisdictions to adopt civil citations as an alternative to arresting … Continue reading

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Business risks rise in criminal history discrimination

This is one of those issues that could be a very sticky wicket and backfire on you but at the same time it could be a gold mine.¬† Use it with caution but don’t hesitate to use it if there … Continue reading

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