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The Tea Party government’s default fantasy

Did the Tea Party listen to too many late-night infomercials? (“Bad credit? No credit? No problem!”) There is no other explanation for how some of the loudest leading figures on the far right claim that in reality the government federal failed on its debt it might not be such a …

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Modernization of the RCAF: a unique opportunity

For the first time in more than 20 years, the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) is being amended and the result will have a major impact on all communities in America. If done right, banks will have a better incentive to make critical investments in communities that have long been underserved. …

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Blog Therapy, Therapy, Blog Therapy, Blogging Therapy, Therapy, ..

As a clinical psychologist and certified addiction counselor, I see husbands, wives and partners in individual or couple therapy on a daily basis struggling with the decision to leave or divorce their spouse or partner. Therapists have long referred to the three “A’s” of divorce as legitimate reasons to consider …

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Modesto CA sued by owner after city condemns motel

The owners of the Budgetel Inn & Suites – the now-closed McHenry Avenue budget motel that had problems with drugs and prostitution but housed poor people – are suing Modesto, claiming the city violated their due process rights by imposing 100,000 dollars in civilian clothes. sanctions against them. The lawyers …

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What is the public security clearance?

Government employment requires hiring responsible people for wise roles such as managing finances, overseeing processes, inspecting for compliance, and protecting people and assets, among others. While many government jobs do not require security clearance, some sensitive positions – often those for the protection of national security – require particularly competent …

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