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Why would they care if they bring charges and lose? A) It's not their money they're wasting and it's not their life reputation that are on the line. The heaviest burden would all fall on Darren Wilson. B) Just the preference of charges by D.O.J. can throw new blood in the water and bring the sharks back circling with, "We knew the Grand Jury was wrong". It firs the agenda.
One of many I-9 violation penalties. "Firms who show a pattern of hiring unauthorized workers are liable for criminal penalties of as much as $3,000 per employee and may be subject to six months in prison. " Other fines can range to 11,000.00 per employee depending on circumstances. Due diligence on the part of any HR Transactionalist should dictate that every form necessary is in the new hire's possession. I.C,E, raids are ugly and the employer takes the worst of it.. Caveat Emptor on the hiring of immigrants now.
Absence of mailice. Good luck with the suit.
The minimum wage in 1964 was $1.25 an hour. That was the last year the UsA minted silver for general currency. So the buying power of one dollar and one quarter in silver currency would be around $20.00 today. Gotta love FIAT money.
Rhode Island has voter ID and the vast majority of the state votes D(im) on a regular basis and has for over a century, Hell, if you know the pollsters you can come in with a new ID every hour or so. Vote early, vote often and vote your own special interest. That's how Little Rhody became the best government money can buy. The official state motto is "HOPE". The functioning state motto is, "I know a guy."
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Playing with Constitutional Fire

RickG_Prov_RI Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 6:05 AM
And will the incoming members of the House and Senate as well as the returning incumbents strive to uphold the rule of law? If they do then the unpalatable circumstance of President Joseph Biden may have to occur to prevent what is very nearly an Imperial Presidency.
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The Obamacare Moat

RickG_Prov_RI Wrote: Nov 19, 2014 9:44 PM
ACA, aka the (un)Affordable Care Act, should have been called the Accessible Care Act because it simply mandated the insurance companies to grant access to coverage for risks they would not have taken otherwise. The increasing costs of plans, the increase in deductibles to give the illusion of a more affordable plan and the increase in co-pays is having another effect. Workers who go for medical treatment using their health insurance are beginning to see claims that would have been processed without question being subrogated over to worker's compensation wherever possible. The general argument is that muscular and osteopathic ailments are the result of cumulative stress so it's really a comp claim rather than a medical claim. The comp carrier has deeper pockets than the patient. Likewise patients in the know realize that if they can get a claim on worker's comp rather than their health insurance it is essentially like getting carte blanche on treatment. All the co-pays and deductibles don't apply. The comp carrier is on the hook for the whole bill. The higher the comp rates climb on businesses the higher the prices for goods and services will go to compensate. It's like a forest fire. Not only is it consuming everything in its' path it's generating its' own windstorms in the process.
The U.N. seems to have a major issue with individual liberties. It's probably because most of its' members are dictator governments. The U.N. has bitched about it's current headquarters in New York and claims it needs to relocate. By all means feel free to do so.
The U.N. seems to have a major issue with individual liberties. It's probably because most of its' members are dictator governments. The U.N. has bitched about it's current headquarters in New York and claims it needs to relocate. By all means feel free to do so.
It will be easy to muster a village of grassroots boots on the ground to pave the way for Hillary. It is contained in the adage, "A fanatic is one, who upon losing sight of their objectives, redoubles their effort." Prepare for a progressive jihad.
The last I knew it was the Senate's job to ratify treaties. No ratification. No treaty.
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