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Erie County Real Estate Transactions
http://www.buffalonews.com/business/erie-county-transactions/erie-county-real-estate-transactions-20140126
55 Brantley Court, National Residential Nominee Services Inc. to Molly E. Rosenecker; John J. Rosenecker, $281,500. • 55 Brantley Court, Qiang Lu; Quangyuan E. to National Residential Nominee . 190 Merrimac St., Gregory Skidmore; Anthony S. Kowalski

Obama Administration Weak On Church State Separation? Clergy Housing ...
http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterjreilly/2014/01/25/obama-administration-weak-on-church-state-separation-clergy-housing-allowance-appeal/
The Justice Department has given notice that it will be appealing Judge Barbara Crabb's decision that the income tax exemption of cash housing allowances paid to “ministers of the gospel” (Code Section 107(2)) is unconstitutional. Freedom From Religion

N Is for Neo-Serfdom, O for Offshore Banking
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N Is for Neo-Serfdom, O for Offshore Banking . Email this item Email Print this item Print Share This optimization choice by the poor helps keep them perpetually available for service at the cheapest and most “optimum” rate for employers dependent

Business Calendar
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Frameworks will meet from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Tuesday at Wake Forest BioTech Place, 575 N. Patterson Ave., Winston-Salem. Guest speaker Paul Laurienti of For more information, e-mail to SBC@forsythtech.edu or go to www.forsythtech.edu/services-business

A and N Mortgage Interview with Mike McNamara

Mike McNamara, Sr. Mortgage Consultant with A and N Mortgage discusses the importance of referrals and customer service. www.mikemcnamara.net www ...

Daily Record, June 23, 2017

Court

Thursday

• Jacob Lawrence Hansen made an initial appearance on a failure to appear for a pre-trial conference on a theft-fifth degree charge. Jeff Hazen will continue as counsel. The pre-trial conference is rescheduled at 9 a.m. on July 12 in Magistrate Court. Bond is set at $350 cash only.

• Scott Kerry Johnson, Hermantown, Minn., made an initial appearance on a theft-fifth degree charge. He pleaded guilty and the fine is $65 with a $22.75 surcharge, a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $272.75, plus restitution if applicable, due within 30 days. The court ordered Johnson to be photographed and fingerprinted in connection with this case before release.

• Rueben Lee Hickman made an initial appearance on a failure to appear for an initial appearance on a spitting in a police car charge and a public intoxication charge. Hickman pleaded guilty to both charges and the fines are $65 each with a $22.75 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $147.75 for each charge plus a charge for the service of the warrants. Payments are due within 30 days.

The CFPB Supervision Problem

Episode in which a telekinetic child terrorizes adults.

The latest Republican proposals would eliminate the CFPB’s supervisory authority, which allows it to conduct examinations of financial businesses. Supervision is different from investigation, in which the government subpoenas documents and interviews witnesses based on suspected wrongdoing. With supervisory authority, examinations are conducted on-site at the regulator’s discretion. Supervisory authority is very intrusive — basically a permanent search warrant — and typically limited to industries where malfeasance can cause catastrophic harm. The only activity with such risk overseen by the bureau is mortgage lending, which is already supervised by bank regulators. Much of the territory the CFPB now covers was previously handled by the Federal Trade Commission, which lacks supervisory authority.

The CFPB expends more financial and human resources on supervision than on any other agency function. Conducting on-site examinations requires expensive regional offices and travel costs. The Supervision and Consumer Response offices are the bureau’s most poorly managed, generating the majority of its labor disputes and internal-discrimination claims.

How big is ChoicePoint? How big you have to be to become a monopoly?

ChoicePoint is an Alpharetta, Georgia-based company that sells information in three markets--insurance, business and government, and marketing.


Its obvious that they own most of the companies in the Data mining bussiness. Now All insurance companies consult Choicepoint C.L.U.E. report before they aprove you for home or even car insurance.