Monthly Archives: December 2012

PA Judge Ronald Doleac protects child DHS workers put at risk by siding with sex offender

December 12, 2012 Sanity prevailed in the form of a 131 page decision in Lamar County, Mississippi with Chancery Judge Ronald Doleac, at the helm.  Judge Doleac essentially rescued a minor from her sex offender father and mentally impaired mother, … Continue reading

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Jenni Rivera aftermath: heirs face many issues after tragic loss of music icon

And now the problems begin.  Following the crash of the small private passenger jet carrying Jenni Rivera, the Latin music star renowned on both sides of the border, her staff and crew of two.  There were no survivors. The plane, a 1969 … Continue reading

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Will Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s attempt to make misogyny legal, prevail?

December 7, 2012  – Will Misogyny made legal as the result of some of Chicago’s famous back-room deals; this time courtesy of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel? It’s a frightening thought. Particularly since it’s Friday and one can expect much of … Continue reading

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