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City of San Francisco allows false testimony against landlord resulting in substantial penalties

San Francisco landlord Anne Kihagi has been harassed and humiliated, and her life has been changed dramatically. In this case, the morality of the truth was not a mere bout of forgetfulness but an intentional misdirection supported by perjurious evidence. This is a malicious attempt to ruin a successful African American woman’s life for exercising her legal rights, and it ...

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Who Should Police Over SAN Francisco City Attorney’s Questionable Ethics

The case of City of San Francisco v. Anne Kihagi calls into question ethical judicial and prosecuting practices, the latter of which often dances the line on conflict of interest issues. Attorney Karen Uchiyama, a defense lawyer in this contentious case, references a 1985 California Supreme Court ruling that clarifies the role of a public attorney, in contrast to a ...

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Top 3 Cable Phone Service Providers in the USA

Cable Phone Service

If you have plans to choose a cable phone provider, it won’t be an easy task since there are so many regional and national choices to choose from. Furthermore, the rapid expansion of the digital technologies has impacted the desires of the masses, and now people wish to get the best phone service with crystal-clear quality along with other calling ...

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Creating a Safe Space for Discussion on your Blog

Safe Space on Blogs

Blogs can be extremely personal and often share meaningful views on specific topics. This is a great way to spark interaction with readers. This also means that emotions may run high when sensitive topics are mentioned. Politics, parenting, and religion often bring out passionate views. When you have a mature reader base, interactions in comments and your linked social media ...

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Who Has the Upper Hand: Conservative or Liberal Students?

A debate rages between conservatives and liberals:  who is more prepared to succeed after graduating from college. Walking through a college campus, liberals tend to shut down opposing views and test their own ideas in echo chambers. Conservatives tend to entertain and debate ideas different than their own. Various scholars, political figures, and academics debate this idea, each of them ...

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Finding Cash to Fund Your Vacation

Vacation Travel

Let’s face it, we all need a vacation from time to time because it helps us to recharge those batteries, relax, enjoy a change of scenery, and spend time with loved ones. However, wanting a vacation and being able to afford a vacation are two different things. Many people end up getting themselves into debt in order to afford a ...

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5 Tips to Renovating Your Home on a Budget

If you’re considering renovating your home but can’t afford to spend a fortune on it, there are still many ways to give your living space a brand new appearance without putting a strain on your budget. All you need is good planning, the right attitude, and a creative imagination. Of course, a lot will depend on what exactly do you ...

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The Basics of Getting a Car Title Loan

Top 10 new cars under 18000

The wide range of loan solutions available from lenders these days means there is something to suit all needs and preferences. However, the options are much more limited for those with low income and/or damaged credit than for those that earn a decent income and have good credit. For those in the former group, there are still solutions available and this ...

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Hulkusd is a Vital Business Tool – Use it Now!

Live News

When you are trying to run a business, there are so many external factors that can affect the way the company runs. You have to think about a lot of the different things that can affect a business and work on improving these factors. You have a changing market to contend with while figuring out what your customers want and ...

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Cracking Down on Medicare Fraud

Lawsuit Legal

Many people are in need of medical care. Insurance rates can be unaffordable, leaving many citizens uncovered when medical emergencies strike. Some people find ways to cheat the system and get the care they need. Medicare fraud involves the use of improper information to gain acceptance to the Medicare program. Anyone who knows about this dishonest activity is encouraged to ...

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5 Tips to Buying the Best Motorcycle Headphones

Motorcycle

Choosing a pair of headphones when you own a motorcycle can be a bit challenging. The reason for this is that the market is oversaturated with a wide range of headphones to choose from. The good thing about this is that finding good headphones can actually improve your riding experience. There is nothing as relaxing as listening to your favorite ...

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State Farm Dropping Insurance Rate by 3% in Texas

Jake from State Farm

At a time where everything seems to be going up and making us pay more and more, there comes State Farm dropping those rates by 3%. This is big, considering that they are the largest auto insurer in Texas, and a cheap auto insurance Texas is not that easily found. This change is expected to save the average customer around ...

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Car thefts continue to rise, these 10 cities are the riskiest

The Albuquerque, N.M. metropolitan statistical area (MSA) repeats as having the highest per capita auto theft rate in 2017, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s (NICB) latest Hot Spots report. Hot Spots examines vehicle theft data obtained from the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) for each of the nation’s MSAs. MSAs are designated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and often include ...

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Most Drivers Believe Texting While Driving Is Not Dangerous

People who text while driving are six times more likely to be involved in a car crash. To combat this problem, more and more states are adopting driving laws that require people to use hands-free devices in the car. Yet a new study shows that many drivers are still willing to take the risk as ‘fear of missing out’ and ...

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