Monthly Archives: September 2013

NYC inmate almost as costly as Ivy League tuition

The opening sentence says it all. ”  New York is indeed an expensive place, but experts say that alone doesn’t explain a recent report that found the city’s annual cost per inmate was $167,731 last year — nearly as much … Continue reading

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Fight to the Death

The article points out that some 1,700 men and women have been executed by the state. Makes ya wonder how many were executed without just cause. That is if there is such a thing as just cause. Fight to the … Continue reading

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Dallas County Now Has Its Very Own Bulletproof, “Mine-Protected” Military SUV

Dallas County Now Has Its Very Own Bulletproof, “Mine-Protected” Military SUV Give them a toy and they will have to play with it. The problem is that you put a toy like this on the streets and there are apt … Continue reading

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Lawyer for Florida veterans charity goes on trial

This is an interesting situation because the Lt. Gov. for the state resigned as soon as her connection to the Internet Cafe’s became clear. However, to date there has been nothing said about her going on trial as a member … Continue reading

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New Metric for Colleges: Graduates’ Salaries

This is a more realistic measurement of what the college graduate faces on graduation. ‘…PayScale’s rankings are just one manifestation of a growing nationwide movement toward quantifying the outcomes of college education based on economic factors like income and employment. … Continue reading

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In China, the Dangers of Due Diligence

As our nation moves toward a world of government secrecy, we only have to look to China to see the outcome. “….The companies sell services that are considered essential to doing business in China, including background checks, financial audits, fraud … Continue reading

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Fla. lawmakers discuss spike in child deaths

This is the history of Florida politics. Talk, corruption and the kids of the state go to risk.  ‘…Judges, advocates and law enforcement authorities met Tuesday to talk about how to move forward, but ended up reiterating many of the … Continue reading

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