Monthly Archives: August 2013

Another take on Karma

At times this may seem a little disjointed but I hope it comes together by the time I am finished. This take on karma is coincidental¬† with a tripe I made to Knoxville, Tennessee which was a stop on the … Continue reading

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Government profits to soar more than $700 million with new student loan rates

As is my custom when on the road, I buy a local paper and if the change holds out then one of the national papers. Reading the paper with my Dunkin Donut’s coffee and I literally threw up. Back in … Continue reading

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Shands HealthCare settles allegations of false Medicare, Medicaid claims for $26 million

The Department of Justice does not undertake a case of this magnitude against a major corporation such as Shands lightly. UF Shands has lots of money and political pull that could make any such endeavor not only futile but career … Continue reading

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Florida politics + insurance + corruptions

In a court of law this would make a good case but because the politicians write the laws what they do is legal because they simply say so. And the beat goes on. “…Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford is now … Continue reading

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Deputies caught admitting traffic stop was illegal on their own camera

Deputy Brian Belnap (Source: YouTube) You know this has to be going on a lot more than is admitted to. In the days of yesterday, it was vigilante justice.¬† I guess it still is.   Deputies caught admitting traffic stop … Continue reading

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For Women, a Second Sentence

This tells a bigger story than the title presents. Yes, the title is correct but it does not just apply to women. About 1995 or so I was doing prison programs in Mass. The courts ordered the state to reduce … Continue reading

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NSA broke privacy rules thousands of times per year, audit finds

As I was reading this story, it occurred to me just how many times have I heard that the safe guards are in place here there are documented by NSA itself almost 3,000 violations in two or so years. What … Continue reading

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