Regarding the defeat of the Manchin-Toomey amendment on background checks:
Policies with the best intentions based on current affairs do not work for “we the people” in the long run in reference to our Constitution and the intent of our forefathers.
Why do U.S. citizens have to do more work for a [...]
By: Conservative Woman
Port Charlotte authorities charge $500 fine for painting a house
Investors Beware: In a depressed housing market, city officials are hell bent on making money on your dime.
“I bought a house for investment purposes in Port Charlotte, Florida about two months ago, in early October,” said real estate investor, [...]
There are two types of judges, de jure and de facto. De Jure means “in law” while de facto means “in practice”.
De facto judges are judges that have never signed their Oaths of Office and are acting as judges only in practice, but not under the law. Their judgments are not legally [...]
Among the funds Tolz allegedly misappropriated was $1 million involved in the Scott Rothstein Ponzi case that she received from the U.S. Marshal’s Service. The million bucks came from a charitable contribution Rothstein gave to Holy Cross Hospital during his big-shot days. Federal court records show that Tolz was moving money from one trust [...]
ABA Journal Law News Now By Debra Cassens Weiss April 22, 2011
Corrected: The Florida Supreme Court ordered a three-year suspension for Miami lawyer Henry “Hank” Adorno, the one-time name partner at Adorno & Yoss before it disbanded.
The troubled Florida law firm announced its dissolution in March after Adorno resigned from the [...]