The Palm Beach County real estate market continues its powerful movement; strongly up over 30 percent over a year ago. Overall sales of single-family homes is up 32.8 percent from 2019, while condo sales have seen an even better rise… Read More ›
While stimulus has been the most talked about a vote on spending for Congress to approve, few realize President Trump had to sign a 24 hour stop gap measure last night to keep the federal government running as it technically… Read More ›
DEA shuts down Chapel Hill North Carolina group seeking to enjoy the benefits of the free market system of cocaine distribution, fails to stop supply and demand
Twenty-one people face federal charges because of a taxpayer-funded investigation into the sale of drugs on or near college campuses in North Carolina. The drug trafficking investigation, conducted by a United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) task force and the… Read More ›
Under President Trump, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is proposing to revoke the definition and standard of identity for French dressing. This is shortly after proposing easing regulations on identity standards for frozen cherry pies and potassium chloride (a metal… Read More ›
On December 4, a bipartisan group of California legislators sent Gov. Gavin Newsom a letter urging him to reconsider his order closing outdoor playgrounds as part of his regional stay-at-home order. “While we must appropriately consider best practices to reduce… Read More ›
Yesterday, December 17, 2020, the U.S. Treasury has proposed a rule which would require more intense identification of those transacting in digital coins such as Bitcoin with U.S. financial institutions. Today, tracing Bitcoin transactions is much easier than cash transactions,… Read More ›
U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney has ruled that David Werking may recover at least $25,000 and potentially up to $75,000 (treble damages) from his parents, who threw away his property. Werking’s parents threw away 12 boxes of pornography and sex… Read More ›
Skylar Mack (18), who is a medical student at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, has been sent to jail for four months after removing a bluetooth enabled iMsafe wristband. The wristband is required to make sure visitors quarantine themselves after… Read More ›
The Boca Raton Resort & Club, which opened in 1926 as a 100-room Ritz-Carlton Cloister Inn, will lay off 995 employees on February 6, 2021 because of tourism losses and government actions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2019, Michael Dell purchased the Resort and Club via his MSD Partners. The resort now includes 365 acres, three hotels, a marina, convention center, and now sports over 1,000 rooms.
the only Libertarian Party member of Congress, Rep. Justin Amash introduced the Civil Asset Forfeiture Elimination Act to repeal civil asset forfeiture nationwide under the 14th Amendment. Federal, state, and local law enforcement use civil asset forfeiture to take billions of dollars in cash and property from private citizens each year without convicting the owners of any crime.