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  • World’s biggest financial fraudsters. Politicians get away with swindles that land others in jail

    05/10/2011 1:04:51 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 2 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 05/10/2011 | Richard Rahn
    Financial fraud is one or more intentional acts designed to deceive other people and cause them financial loss. Who is the world’s greatest financial fraudster? Bernie Madoff? Not even close. The unemployment rate just went up again to 9 percent, and the proportion of the adult population at work continues to fall. These dismal numbers are a result of slow economic growth, which is caused mainly by the world’s biggest financial fraudster, who robs businesses and individuals of what is rightfully theirs. The world’s biggest financial fraudster is not one person; it is a group composed of those politicians and...
  • S.P.A.M.M.E.D (Everyone do your part before she suffers more) - VANITY

    05/10/2009 6:31:46 PM PDT · by Gordon Greene · 22 replies · 744+ views ^ | May 10, 2009 | Gordon Greene
    Friends... Please help me. Millions of people in the world suffer from a dread disease, but most don't even realize they are infected. The disease is Sao Paulo Afybrillitis-Macrodegenerative-Molaral-Ephedryl-Diticularism (or S.P.A.M.M.E.D). Each day children and some well meaning adults in third-world countries and remote places such as Hot Coffee, Mississippi come into contact with the Sao Paulo Kidney Rat and don't even know it. This results in exposure to the S.P.A.M.M.E.D virus which almost always ends in hundreds of people suffering with severe pain of the lower posterior region. Please do what you can to stop the spread of...
  • General Motors to Invest $1 Billion in Brazil Operations (Money to Come from U.S. Rescue Program)

    12/08/2008 12:58:45 PM PST · by Dr. Marten · 47 replies · 1,349+ views
    Latin America Tribune ^ | 12.08.08 | Russ Dallen
    General Motors to Invest $1 Billion in Brazil Operations -- Money to Come from U.S. Rescue Program By Russ DallenLatin American Herald Tribune staff General Motors plans to invest $1 billion in Brazil to avoid the kind of problems the U.S. automaker is facing in its home market, said the beleaguered car maker. According to the president of GM Brazil-Mercosur, Jaime Ardila, the funding will come from the package of financial aid that the manufacturer will receive from the U.S. government and will be used to "complete the renovation of the line of products up to 2012." "It wouldn't be...
  • AP: FBI Investigating Fannie, Freddie, Lehman & AIG

    09/23/2008 4:14:03 PM PDT · by jern · 231 replies · 1,004+ views
    Fox News
    AP: FBI Investigating Fannie, Freddie, Lehman & AIG
  • Schiavo's Brother Faults Media

    03/08/2007 3:11:27 AM PST · by markomalley · 169 replies · 2,112+ views
    Cornell Daily Sun ^ | 3/8/2007 | Alix Dorfman
    Bobby Schindler, brother of late Terri Schiavo, spoke to members of the Cornell community last night to promote awareness of issues facing disabled individuals. After collapsing in her home on Feb. 25, 1990, Terri Schiavo suffered several minutes without oxygen to her brain, resulting in severe brain damage. Although she needed immediate care afterwards, a few weeks later, she only required a feeding tube to regulate her nutrition. During 1991 and 1992, Schiavo showed signs of improvement due to rehabilitation programs and therapy, according to Schindler. In 1993, Terri was awarded a medical trust fund of $1.5 million for life-long...
  • Firm takes heat for cons’ crimes

    10/14/2005 6:08:38 AM PDT · by gpapa · 2 replies · 566+ views
    Houston Chronicle Austin Bureau ^ | October 21, 2001 | Janet Elliott
    Firm takes heat for cons’ crimes Settled suits cost top-tier legal entity $30 million, with more pending By Janet Elliott Houston Chronicle Austin Bureau (10-21-01) Locke Liddell and Sapp is one of Texas’ premier law firms, having represented some of the state’s top corporations and individuals, including George W. Bush when he was governor and general partner of the Texas Rangers baseball team. But it is two other former clients, convicted swindlers Russell Erxleben and Brian Stearns, who have brought unwanted attention to the 426-lawyer firm with offices in Houston and several other cities. In the past two years, Locke...
  • Terri Schiavo's family announces book plans

    09/27/2005 12:47:03 PM PDT · by Crackingham · 371 replies · 4,743+ views
    AP ^ | 9/27/05 | Mitch Stacy
    Terri Schiavo's parents and siblings are writing a book about their struggle in the epic end-of-life case that divided the country and captured the attention of everyone from the Pope John Paul II to President Bush, their publisher said Tuesday. The yet untitled memoir by parents Bob and Mary Schindler, brother Bobby Schindler and sister Suzanne Vitadamo will be published in March to coincide with the first anniversary of the death of the brain-damaged woman, whose feeding tube was removed after her husband won a court order to do so. "This book is the moving story of an ordinary family...
  • Mark Fuhrman: The facts of Terri Schiavo’s life (I read his new book today - five stars

    06/28/2005 7:29:53 PM PDT · by churchillbuff · 370 replies · 7,324+ views
    MSNBC ^ | June 28 05 | Fuhrman
    This excerpt, from MSNBC, doesn't get anywhere near the meat of the book - where Fuhrman shows how Michael's inconstent statements, and the timeline of the morning that Terri collapsed, raise a lot of questions - and suspicions. Read the book.
  • Michael Schiavo's Lawyer: An Oddball - (author calls Felos "creepy;" "poisonous evil!")

    07/03/2005 5:00:03 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 33 replies · 1,509+ views
    NEWSMAX.COM ^ | JULY 3, 2005 | Staff Writer
    In a stunning profile of George Felos -- the attorney who helped Michael Schiavo put his wife Terri to death -- an author and famed theologian shows the weird side of the crusading right-to-die lawyer. This is certainly a story the mainstream media ignored. Writing in Crisis magazine, Benjamin Wiker, co-author of "Architects of the Culture of Death" and a senior fellow at the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, uses Felos' own words to expose his oddball views. Wiker is no friend of Felos' views. He writes of Terri's Shiavo's death: "Cold blooded murder," sanctioned by the state of...
  • Fuhrman: Grand Jury should probe Terri Schiavo case (if Fla. won't, then US DOJ should, he says)

    07/03/2005 3:58:50 PM PDT · by churchillbuff · 83 replies · 2,487+ views
    Newsmax ^ | July 1 05 | Mark Fuhrman
    Famed detective Mark Fuhrman is calling for a grand jury probe of the Terri Schiavo case, saying there's no other way to get to the bottom of the unexplained 1990 collapse of the then-26-year-old woman. "I want a grand jury investigation," he told ABC Radio host Sean Hannity on Tuesday, adding that Schiavo's parents also favor the move. Fuhrman, whose book "Silent Witness" hit bookstores this week, said that if Florida prosecutors decline to convene a grand jury probe, the Justice Department should step in. He asked, "Were Terri's civil rights violated? When I looked at this case, she never...
  • Terri's Autopsy

    06/26/2005 1:27:48 PM PDT · by FarRockaway · 43 replies · 928+ views
    FarRockaway | 6/26/05 | FarRockaway
    Oh! Well, it's OK to have Murdered Her Then. Mr. Thogmartin has told us that, after fifteen years of a patient lying in bed recovering, Terri Schiavo might have fully recovered from any abuse she endured. Miraculously he was also unable to see whether or not this person had, fifteen years ago, a heart attack or not. Of course, I’ve never met anyone whose cardiologist was ever unsure, say 24 hours after the incident, that a heart attack had occurred or not. No, in my experience cardiologists can tell you precisely how many nano-seconds the heart attack lasted. Continuing, the...
  • Randall Terry to run against King

    06/22/2005 6:15:28 AM PDT · by tutstar · 152 replies · 2,660+ views
    Florida Times Union ^ | Wednesday, June 22, 2005 | J. TAYLOR RUSHING, Capital Bureau Chief
    Terry, a nationally known abortion opponent and spokesman for Terri Schiavo's parents this year, is scheduled to announce today he will run to unseat King next year. He had previously announced he was considering a run. Terry says the district has no room for moderation and that he can better represent Republican principles. "I want a smaller government, lower taxes and more respect of life and marriage," he said Tuesday. King helped lead a group of nine Republican senators who blocked a bill aimed at saving Schiavo, sealing the brain-damaged woman's fate. She died March 31, and autopsy results released...
  • Terri Schiavo's remains buried in Clearwater

    06/20/2005 8:40:58 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 895 replies · 11,152+ views
    Sun-Sentinel ^ | June 20, 2005 | MITCH STACY
    Terri Schiavo's husband buried her cremated remains in a Clearwater cemetery Monday, inscribing on her bronze grave marker that ``I kept my promise.'' David Gibbs, an attorney for the woman's parents, Bob and Mary Schindler, said inscribing the marker that way was a nasty political statement by Michael Schiavo, who held the service and burial Monday before telling her family. ``Obviously, that's a real shot and another unkind act toward a grieving mom and dad,'' Gibbs said. After earlier announcing plans to bury his wife's ashes in their native Pennsylvania, Michael Schiavo instead interred them at Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park...
  • Doctor: Schiavo Autopsy Conclusions Flawed

    06/19/2005 6:04:50 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 907 replies · 14,042+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 6/19/05 | Carl Limbacher
    Dr. William Hammesfahr, nominated for a Nobel Prize for his work in Medicine, has been recognized by agents for Medicare, the federal government, and others for new approaches to helping the brain injured. Dr. Hammesfahr has been identified in helping patients with chronic brain injuries from many causes actually leave long term disability, and return to work. Dr. Hammesfahr was identified the first physician to restore deficits caused by stroke. Dr. Hammesfahr has released the following statement in response to the autopsy report on Terri Schindler Schiavo: We have seen a lot on the autopsy of Terri Schindler Schiavo in...
  • Profound questions from the Schiavo case

    06/16/2005 6:53:51 AM PDT · by rhema · 300 replies · 4,130+ views
    Minneapolis Star Tribune ^ | 6/16/05 | Katherine Kersten
    . . .People of goodwill may disagree about Terri Schiavo's case. Yet as our society strays from its traditional belief in the essential dignity of every human life, we all must grapple with the implications of the notion that some lives are "not worth living." Today, assisted suicide is lawful in Oregon. In the Netherlands, according to the New York Times, prosecutors no longer pursue cases against doctors who kill severely impaired babies after birth. The temptation to deal with the defective and incompetent by eliminating them is likely to grow as our society ages. Today, approximately 4.5 million Americans...
  • Fuhrman: Schiavo's Collapse Still a Mystery

    06/16/2005 10:27:49 AM PDT · by drpix · 151 replies · 3,391+ views ^ | June 16, 2005 | Staff
    While Pinellas-Pasco Medical Examiner Jon Thogmartin suggested yesterday that his autopsy of Terri Schiavo had cleared up most of the questions raised by critics of the court-ordered decision to starve her to death, renowned homicide detective Mark Fuhrman insists that key aspects of the case remain in doubt. Fuhrman, whose book on the Schiavo case, "Silent Witness," is due out on June 28, told ABC Radio host Sean Hannity yesterday that the most glaring mystery about the case remains unsolved: What was the cause of Schiavo's initial collapse on the night of Feb. 25, 1990? ..... (cont'd).... ..... "We [still]...
  • Schiavo Autopsy Finds No Sign of Trauma

    06/15/2005 9:18:16 AM PDT · by blogblogginaway · 368 replies · 13,527+ views ^ | June 13, 2005 | MITCH STACY
    LARGO, Fla. -- An autopsy on Terri Schiavo backed her husband's contention that she was in a persistent vegetative state, finding that she had massive and irreversible brain damage and was blind, the medical examiner's office said Wednesday. It also found no evidence that she was strangled or otherwise abused. But what caused her collapse 15 years remained a mystery. The autopsy and post-mortem investigation found no proof that she had an eating disorder, as was suspected at the time, Pinellas-Pasco Medical Examiner Jon Thogmartin said. Autopsy results on the 41-year-old brain-damaged woman were made public Wednesday, more than two...
  • Schiavo autopsy shows no sign of trauma, brain half normal size

    06/15/2005 8:33:35 AM PDT · by george wythe · 399 replies · 10,896+ views
    AP ^ | June 15 2005
    Terri Schiavo did not suffer any trauma before her 1990 collapse and her brain was about half of normal size when she died, according to results released Wednesday of an autopsy conducted on the severely brain-damaged woman. Pinellas-Pasco Medical Examiner Jon Thogmartin concluded that there was no evidence of strangulation or other trauma leading to her collapse. He also said she did not appear to have suffered a heart attack and there was no evidence that she was given harmful drugs or other substances prior to her death. He said she would not have been able to eat or drink...
  • Fallacies About the Schiavo Case

    06/11/2005 5:33:10 PM PDT · by Coleus · 52 replies · 5,680+ views
    The New American ^ | 04.18.05 | Thomas R. Eddlem
    The case for starving and dehydrating Terri Schiavo to death was built on hypocrisy and deception.The culture of death revealed its face in the propaganda campaign for Terri Schiavo’s demise. Perhaps the most noteworthy fact of the entire ordeal, other than the killing of an innocent woman by starvation, was how thoroughly the American people were lied to throughout the entire affair. Consider, for instance, the major media claim that death by starvation and dehydration is painless. According to the New York Times: “Patients who are terminally ill and conscious and refuse food and drink at the end of life...
  • Annihilating Terri Schiavo

    06/12/2005 6:17:37 AM PDT · by Sarah · 181 replies · 3,793+ views
    Commentary Magazine ^ | June, 2005 | Paul McHugh
    During the tumultuous final weeks in the life of Terri Schiavo, the young woman who died in a Florida hospice in April, press reports in the nation’s media typically focused on the bitter conflicts among members of her family over her treatment, disagreements among consultants over her state of consciousness, and the increasingly intense arguments in legislatures and the courts over her guardianship. Since her death, the case and the story of her death and dying have been mined for their bearing on our ongoing culture wars and for the debate over the place of “values” in our politics. In...