Monthly Archives: December 2012

A ride to nowhere

On any given day, it starts out with 200 to 400 milligrams of IBpropane. However, if I am going to ride then it starts out with 400 milligrams and no questions asked. Doubt there is any better form of relaxation … Continue reading

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As Unit Pleads Guilty, UBS Pays $1.5 Billion Over Rate Rigging

CEOs, CFOs managers and etc. in the world of money know what is happening under them. They come from the finest institutions and work their way up from the basement of money and learn all the in’s and out’s of … Continue reading

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Some cops bend the rules to make arrests, officials say

I barrow this quote from the article and call it vigilante justice: ‘…When people are arrested, they enter the criminal justice system-with all that that entails. From losing their liberty and being held behind bars to having their face appear … Continue reading

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Jailed without conviction: Behind bars for lack of money

‘…About 10 million people are jailed each year for crimes large and small. Most – two-thirds of the 750,000 in jail on any given day – stay long periods without conviction at great cost to the public and to themselves … Continue reading

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Marines expanding use of meditation training

This is an article that I never thought I would see but here it is. “…That benefit is the impetus behind Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training (“M-Fit”), a fledgling military initiative that teaches service members the secular meditative practice of mindfulness … Continue reading

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Why are hundreds of cases dropped over insufficient evidence?

Over the last year, I have seen more information come to light about our criminal justice system than I could have imagined in my worst nightmare. For sure, this is not the system that I even envisioned in my 24 … Continue reading

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GOP Congressman Probes Arrest Of Sex Offender Hill Intern

I suppose this has been going on for ever and ever but I did have hopes that those in law enforcement be it the cop on the beat to the political appointees would have the best interests of the public … Continue reading

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