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INTERNATIONAL BANK CORRUPTION NEEDS JAIL TIME FOR BANK OFFICIALS NOT JUST FINES!!!

This is a quote from an article in infowars.com which I offer a link to at the end.
“Five major international banks are expected to plead guilty as soon as next week to criminal charges in the US related to their deliberate manipulation of global foreign exchange markets, which allowed them to rake in billions of dollars at the expense of retirees, university endowments and municipalities.” 130 more words
Common Sense

Total Communications Authorized Cisco Re-Seller under New Connecticut State Contract ✆

East Hartford, CT, May 8, 2015Total Communications, Incorporated, a regional  leader in business IT and communication technology, is now an authorized reseller of Cisco products and Cisco branded services under the NASPO ValuePoint (formerly WSCA-NASPO) Data Communications Products and Service Master Agreement with the State of Connecticut. 226 more words

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Rodeos

Now, I’m not talking about the one with cows and horses, I’m talking about the rodeos involving food trucks.  Spring starts the food truck season and in this wonderful area known as the triangle they are very prevalent.  49 more words

Beer

NC Food Truck Law Update

Just a quick update for those in the Queen city of Charlotte.  There will be a public hearing on May 18, 2015 (call 704-353-1132 for further location and time information).  64 more words

Beer

Pennsylvania Pension Plans Are In Trouble

With a so called “booming” stock market states pension systems are still getting worse. Decades of shady accounting practices and too many promises have made pensions almost broke. 79 more words

Indiana

China’s Growing Debt

This Blog has often referred to the real and potential problems associated with the growing debt in the United States and Western Europe.  However, the unsustainable growth of debt is a worldwide phenomenon that includes the fastest-growing major economy, China. 254 more words

Debt

New Authority Concerning Building Within the ETJ by R. Scott Alagood

New home construction is on the rise in North Texas. When an owner or builder seeks to construct a new home within a town or city in Texas, they are required to first obtain certain permits from the municipality before construction can begin. 772 more words

Real Estate