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For a long time, especially since Mitt Romney's loss for the presidency in 2012, many have thought that all we need to do is get enough people out to vote. We know that 3 million voters stayed home in 2012 that could have turned the election to Romney's favor. And we also know that there are 20-30 million eligible voters in America who claim to be evangelical Christians that are not even registered to vote. However, no matter how many people we get to vote, the fact is that it is no guarantee that it can overcome vote fraud and corruptio
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To Vote or Not to Vote – that is the question. Is it true, as Dan Rather states, “Only votes talk, everything else walks”? Or can you give voice to political questions without voting and have it still mean something? With the 2014 Midterms boasting the lowest voter turnout since World War II (36.4%), it […]
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nsurance fraud is big business in the U.S. How big? About $80 billion dollars a year—that's an average of $950 for each American family—according to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud whose members represent insurance companies, consumer groups, and government agencies.
The most obvious cost to consumers appears as higher premiums, because insurers pass on the cost of insurance fraud to policy holders. But consumers pay for insurance fraud in other ways, too. The cost of consumer goods and services rises when manufacturers, service providers, and merchants pass through their increased insurance costs. Fraudulent insurance investment schemes rob Americans, particularly the elderly, of hard earned savings. Staged auto accidents and arson not only destroy property but endanger lives.
What is insurance fraud?
Fraud and deception have become business as usual. Witness some of the following:
College athletes were taking faking fake courses to maintain passing grades. This was ongoing for years with the apparet blessing or incredible ignorance of faculty and administrators.
Three states now have vote by mail. What could possibly go wrong with that? How much will a blank ballot sell for on the black market? Maybe they can be traded for drugs.
Can those voting macines be trusted? In early voting, a machine was discovered to be changing votes--in favor of the Democrats, of course.
Illegal immigrants are on the voter rolls. Bogus birth dates are allowed in New York City, with 850 voters listed as 164 years old. Does this prove life after death?
Ebola is spreading. Is the CDC lying, or is it simply incompetent? Apparent ebola patients are beinng "disappeared."
Hazmat gear is being removed from some hospitals. You don't want to create a panic. Right? Workers are expendible.
The US is simultaniously arming and fighting islamic militants.
Meanwhile on the police front:
Police spray 600 bullets into a car containing bank robbery hostage Misty Holt Singh. It's like sharks in a feeding frenzy. It's also murder.
Some cities in the Hampton Roads area have put together an NSA-style database of phone data from seized phones. If the wrong people have you listed in their contacts, maybe you could be a suspect.
Kudos to the Secret Service for getting one right. They let loose the dogs and promptly stopped another fence jumper. This begs the question: is a simple iron fence adequate?
Preliminary evidence indicates that the Ferguson MO police actually did shoot Michael Brown in self-defense. It is unlikely that facts will get in the way of what's to come. Get ready for more riots.
In recognition of International Fraud Awareness Week, Smart Companies host Kelly Scanlon welcomes Kenneth Hitt, Senior Vice President of Consumer Banking at Enterprise Bank. Kenny will provide tips that help business owners spot fraud and stop it before it happens, including:
How businesses are affected by fraud
The key characteristics of fraudsters
The top 5 fraud tips for business owners
Where businesses are most vulnerable
Common types of fraud
How to combat fraud
How to train employees to recognize and prevent fraud
How to partner with your bank for fraud protection
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One thing your intrepid and always opinionated host on SevsDeadSerious has learned over the many years is that the biggest problem that Democrats and the left have that never seems to bother conservatives on the right is that liberals don't get off their ass to vote. More particularily those inclined to not vote skew twards minorities and the poor...those most affected by the draconian policies of the right. In Hong Kong, where recent protests have crippled the city, 97% of the population votes...In the US we are luck in a mid-term election to see 35% of eligible voters voting. Why are we worried about voter ID laws when most Americans won't get off their ass to vote...it makes NO sense. And don't worry with all the BS here and abroad, there will be plenty more for MOI' to enrapture the multitudes with.
On his 39th birthday, this Thursday, the 4th of December, 2014, Nick Augustine, J.D. announces his decision to run for an availalbe position on the Shady Shores, Texas Town Council.
Nick wants every resident to have an equal voice. No more being left in the dust while the town spends your money!
Nick lives in the Chaparral Estates neighborhood in Shady Shores and he is a local business owner, public relations and marketing professional at Lone Star Content Marketing in Denton, Texas. Nick works for himself and wants to hear what you want. Call him anytime at (940) 498-2863!
Nick is honest, fair and pledges to support and uphold the Texas Constitution and laws. Nick believes in equal representation among all Shady Shores, Texas residents. Nick values honesty, transparency and flexibility.
Nick will frequently share updates on the campaign on his Facebook page. You may also learn more about Nick and his career on LinkedIn.
Vote For Nick for Shady Shores Town Council in 2015!
Well Well Well and Well!!! Yall didn't go out and vote huh? What's wrong America? Do we like the laws of the land? Numbers show in some states across America, people did not go out and vote. To be more specific, in my state of South Carolina nearly 2,000,000 people didn't even dare to vote!!! What is that saying how people feel about voting in America? Did the men and women that died so that we all can have the right to vote die for nothing? Do you all really feel like everything that is going on is President Obama's fault? The Republicans finally succeeded and won the House and the Senate....Next the White House. Is this a mistake? All I gotta say is....Hold on to your seats Non Voters.....We're going to go on a long ride straight down!!! Join us on House of Harley Talk Radio as we debate this election and the future of the election process and much much more. Call us and join the debate
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