Monthly Archives: January 2013

Is Facebook envy making you miserable?

This is not a Facebook problem but a basic  communication problem exacerbated by technology. Einstein got it over 50 years ago and we have yet to get it and act on it today. This is truly a sad thing because … Continue reading

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The Best Government Money Can Buy

Mark Twain once said: we had The Best Government Money Can Buy . I guess nothing has changed.  ‘..Three out of four dollars spent in the 2012 election cycle skirted the state’s campaign caps, streaming into political committees where there … Continue reading

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Group wants private prisons to rehab Fla. inmates

Prisons are about money and the only questions is who gets the money. The article makes it very clear that too many people have dogs invested in this fight to serve anyone well.Group wants private prisons to rehab Fla. inmates … Continue reading

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Antibiotic-resistant diseases pose ‘apocalyptic’ threat, top expert says

Medicine is not about medicine and the pharmaceutical industry is not about cures. Both are about making money and this is the the price we pay is not so much our own lives as it is with the lives of … Continue reading

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my husband Bruce cosigned Donte’s loans

My son Donte was murdered, and the bank refuses to forgive his student loans. Please sign my petition asking for the loan to be forgiven. Sign My Petition Kinloch – Every time the bank calls me about my son’s student … Continue reading

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Number of officers accused of misusing state driver database skyrockets

I don’t think that there is anything new here for most of those that will see this posting. However, what is sad is that the truth is there are no real protection measures built in to check law enforcement as … Continue reading

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US taxpayers will subsidize lenders for compensation to victims of mortgage abuses

Banks get caught breaking the law and the fine becomes a tax deductible expense. Those illegally forced out of homes pay the price twice: once by illegal foreclosures and second by the tax exemptions the banks get. This is on … Continue reading

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