Five Reasons You Need Job Training

Job seekers should take heart because millions of great jobs could be on the way. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the over 78 million baby boomer’s who constitute more than a third of our workforce are now beginning to retire. Since boomer’s have had far fewer children than their parents, they are expected to […]

Couric Stumps Palin With Supreme Court Question

Sarah Palin interviewed by Katie Couric, October 1, 2008

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Arizona immigration law sparks controversy

The western US state of Arizona has enacted the toughest immigration law in the country aimed at cracking down on hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants.

Barack Obama, the US president, has called the law “misguided” and expressed concern over possible civil rights implications.

Activists say the new legislation legalises racial profiling and discrimination, and right groups have vowed to take their case to the nation’s highest courts.

The new legislation is likely to reignite a national debate on the reform of the US federal immigration system, as Al Jazeera’s Monica Villamizar explains. (Apr 24, 2010)

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Foreclosure Litigation With James Kowalski

The paperwork mess muddying home foreclosures erupted last month. But the legal strategy behind it traces to a lawyer’s gambit in 2006 that has helped keep one couple in their home six years beyond their last mortgage payment.

Lillian and Robert Jackson stopped paying on their home in Jacksonville, Fla., in 2004 when business dropped off at their cleaning company. Eviction might have seemed inevitable when they faced a foreclosure hearing two years later.

But their lawyer, James Kowalski, had the idea of taking a deposition from the signer of the mortgage papers. When a document processor for GMAC Mortgage admitted she routinely signed such papers without being familiar with details of the loans, she was tagged as one of a species now known as robo-signers.

It was a first step in the growth of a legal sub-specialty called foreclosure defense that has sown confusion and turmoil in the housing market. Lawyers in the field now commonly use a technique more identified with corporate litigation: probing depositions, designed to uncover any lapses in judgment, flaws in a process or wrongdoing. In the 23 states where foreclosures entail a court hearing, the bank may be ordered to pay the homeowner’s legal bill if a lawyer can convince a judge that the bank has submitted false documents, such as affidavits saying employees personally reviewed the details of loans when they didn’t.
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Car Seat Buying Advice:

Choosing the Correct Car Seat Choosing the correct car seat can often be very confusing as not only have you to ensure the correct size car seat for your child but that the car seat that you choose is also a correct fit for your car. Selecting a car seat that scores highly in the […]

Legal Fee Primer: What to Pay for Legal Advice

If you’re in need of legal advice, you should educate yourself as much as possible as to what you can expect from your lawyer. This is especially true of legal fees. A lawyer sets his or her fees based on several factors, including: location, experience and field of expertise. Here is what you should know […]

1st Amendment Misconceptions (Part 1 of 5)

This video begins by examining the origin of the 1st Amendment when Congress drafted it in 1789. This has the powerful effect of telling listener what the 1st Amendment really means in the words of the people who actually wrote it.
The video then continues to examine the harmful effects of case law, which I call the ‘Progressive Precedent’. I conclude with Constitutional strategies for combatting case law.
This video is actually part of my campaign for Governor of Tennessee for 2010, but I intentionally designed it to be apolitical, so it can benefit Christians long after this campaign is over.

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