Monthly Archives: July 2010

France: Sarkozy orders expulsion of Gypsies

Does this remind you of Nazi Germany or Arizona? Because of unrest by youth in a Roma (Gypsy) community in France, amongst a group of Roma who’ve lived in France for centuries (“the Traveling People”), President Sarkozy has ordered the … Continue reading

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NCISS vs ISPLA

There is a controversy within the private investigative and security industry over whether CALI (California Association of Licensed Investigators, the world’s largest group of private detectives) should reduce funding of its longtime national partner, NCISS (National Council of Investigative and … Continue reading

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More Movidas in LULAC

This is one of the most incredible scenarios I’ve ever seen.  Just got a report from LULAC’s National Convention (League of United Latin American Citizens) in Albuquerque.  I’m really glad I didn’t go.  I’ve been suffering from various stress related … Continue reading

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The Holocaust Made Personal

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Mayday 2007 Reporters get their day in court–or did they?

Fox newsperson Patti Ballaz was awarded $1.7 million by a Los Angeles Superior Court jury for being attacked by the LAPD at a 2007 Mayday pro-immigration rights march.  The jury deadlocked on an award for fellow Fox employee Christina Gonzalez … Continue reading

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