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Tea Party Convention Marks Coming Out for a Movement

The paranoid, mysterious Judson Phillips in the weeks leading up to the National Tea Party Convention gave way to the real, jovial Phillips this weekend.
Jul 31, 2020

Tea Party Convention Marks Coming Out for a Movement

Tea Party Convention Marks Coming Out for a Movement

The paranoid, mysterious Judson Phillips in the weeks leading up to the National Tea Party Convention gave way to the real, jovial Phillips this weekend.
The paranoid, mysterious Judson Phillips in the weeks leading up to the National Tea Party Convention gave way to the real, jovial Phillips this weekend.
Jul 31, 2020

Congress Warned Not to Forget Long-Term Unemployed

Congress Warned Not to Forget Long-Term Unemployed

“The longer you remain unemployed, the tougher it is to get a job,” one expert said. “Your skills atrophy. Employers -- rightly or wrongly -- take that as a signal that you’re damaged goods.”
“The longer you remain unemployed, the tougher it is to get a job,” one expert said. “Your skills atrophy. Employers -- rightly or wrongly -- take that as a signal that you’re damaged goods.”
Jul 31, 2020

Michigan cops charged with buying pot, prostitutes on public dime

Michigan cops charged with buying pot, prostitutes on public dime

Several Romulus police officers, including the former police chief and his wife, were charged with using funds seized under the state’s drug asset forfeiture laws to for a wide range of illegal and illicit activities. The Detroit News reports : The former Romulus police chief, his wife and five Romulus officers were charged today with running a scheme in which drug forfeiture money was used to pay for prostitutes, marijuana and alcohol. The charges are the culmination of a nearly three-year investigation by Michigan State Police into what Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy called “a culture of corruption and greed at its core.” … Worthy said the former chief directed a team of detectives from the Romulus Police Department’s Special Investigation Unit that investigated alleged liquor violations, narcotics trafficking and prostitution at the Landing Strip bar in Romulus and Subi’s Place in Southgate from January 2010 until January 2011.
Several Romulus police officers, including the former police chief and his wife, were charged with using funds seized under the state’s drug asset forfeiture laws to for a wide range of illegal and illicit activities. The Detroit News reports : The former Romulus police chief, his wife and five Romulus officers were charged today with running a scheme in which drug forfeiture money was used to pay for prostitutes, marijuana and alcohol. The charges are the culmination of a nearly three-year investigation by Michigan State Police into what Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy called “a culture of corruption and greed at its core.” … Worthy said the former chief directed a team of detectives from the Romulus Police Department’s Special Investigation Unit that investigated alleged liquor violations, narcotics trafficking and prostitution at the Landing Strip bar in Romulus and Subi’s Place in Southgate from January 2010 until January 2011.
Jul 31, 2020
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