Friday, August 3, 2012

MSW Newsletter - Stories of Interest 8/3/12

In the event this is the first newsletter of mine you've seen, which is a strong possibility, let me first say thanks for your attention. With everyone's attention span in mind, I've been consolidating things I find interesting into one post once or twice a week. 

We tend to get bombarded with tons of stories, upcoming events, pics, and videos, so rather than having you the reader sift through tons of posts on facebook and twitter, I put these newsletters together, hope you enjoy!


PIC OF INTEREST: 
(ok so this edition's pic is more like a "shameless plug of interest" but this is my world, I can do whatever I want)



STORIES OF INTEREST:
Both the United States government and Central Banking system have at their disposal the best business and accounting minds; these officials and executives are educated at Wharton, Harvard, Stanford, Yale, and Chicago. I believe that there is, now, a set of common themes that both Big Government and Big Banking are joined in pursuing, that transcend political party. The elites in both ‘industries’ are now part of a revolving door with common interests.

Police say a young Mississippi man shot himself while cuffed with his hands behind his back in the back sear of a police car with a gun they missed while searching him after arresting him for marijuana. His mother isn't buying it.

It sounds like something out of the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report, but if you’re willing to pay a fee and get your iris scanned, you can jump to the front of the security line at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

The campus police lieutenant captured on video pepper spraying seated Occupy Wall Street protesters last November at the University of California, Davis is no longer on the force, a university spokeswoman said on Wednesday. 

A crank-dealing sheriff cops a plea, an LA narc gets a case of sticky fingers, an Arkansas narc develops a fondness for dope, and a North Carolina parole officer gets caught forcing his parolees to supply him with dope.

A growing collection of recent studies is proving that positive reinforcement training of dogs is much more effective and ultimately successful than training involving dominance and punishment. Positive reinforcement training is based on the simple notion that rewarding your dog for desired behavior will encourage more of that behavior.



UPCOMING EVENTS:


VIDEO OF INTEREST:
Ron Paul's speech against Iran sanctions 8/1/12

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