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Afghanistan Author Nasir Shansab on 9/11 the Opium Trade and Silent Trees

Afghanistan Author Nasir Shansab on 9/11 the Opium Trade and Silent Trees

Afghanistan native, Nasir Shansab, author of “Silent Trees: A Novel of Afghanistan,” recently talked with me about his novel, life in Afghanistan, how and why America got involved in a war there, the still-booming opium business in his native country, and Afghanistan’s bleak hopes of ever having a stable government. Nasir Shansab was one of […]

9 Philadelphia Traffic Court Judges Charged with Fixing Tickets

9 Philadelphia Traffic Court Judges Charged with Fixing Tickets

By Dawn Cranfield 9 Philadelphia Traffic Court Judges Charged with Fixing Tickets Federal prosecutors are alleging citizens connected to nine Philadelphia traffic court judges received preferential treatment with what they called a “widespread culture of giving breaks on traffic citations”.  They claim that everyday common people were out of luck in the scheme that fixed […]

Loopholes – The lure and the danger of outwitting the legal system

Loopholes – The lure and the danger of outwitting the legal system

By Dorothy Bunce: Everyone has heard a story of ways to use legal loopholes to get out of a jam. Legal loopholes can let criminals walk free or get out of jail early, can let multi-millionaires pay little or no taxes, and can provide big business with government bailouts while the regular working person gets nothing. Oh, […]

Looking for Loans: Secrets You can Use to Rebuild Your Credit

Looking for Loans: Secrets You can Use to Rebuild Your Credit

By Dorothy G Bunce The exact details of what damages your credit score are a big secret.  Credit scores are based on a point system.  Points are added when you pay debts on time and paying and points are subtracted when payments are late.  Other factors that cause you to lose points include owing large […]

Nevada Law: Tattletales – The Obligation to Report a Crime

Nevada Law: Tattletales – The Obligation to Report a Crime

By Dorothy G Bunce When I was a child starting school, the teachers would “blow off” any child that complained about the behavior of someone else with the comment, “no one likes a tattletale!” Homer Simpson, in one of the first episodes of this long-running cartoon series, reminds his son that he “must obey the […]

Bankruptcy Attorney: Dealing with Creditor Harassment

Bankruptcy Attorney: Dealing with Creditor Harassment

By Dorothy Bunce One great fear many people have is the threat of creditor harassment. As a Las Vegas area bankruptcy attorney, one of the first questions people want me to answer is what to do when a creditor calls them asking for payment. 1. A call from a creditor demanding that you pay a […]

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