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Satiriball Are Trying to UNITE the COUNTRY with Pro and Anti-Trump Bobbleheads via an Indiegogo Campaign

A new group out of Florida, who call themselves Satiriball, are set to release a couple of tongue in cheek President Trump Bobbleheads with the hope of uniting the country. The campaign, which just started running on Indiegogo hopes to raise $13,000 to finalize development and mass produce the unifying dolls.

DPSI Releases Latest Version of iMaint CMMS Software

LogoDPSI, an industry-leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) company based in Greensboro, NC, recently released iMaint version 4.2. iMaint is an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system that centralizes data and automates maintenance management tasks to help companies save time, lower costs, improve safety and make smarter asset management decisions.

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet Ignores Abuse of Colorado Church and Parishioners by Federal Judge & Prosecutor

LogoHundreds of Christian constituents from a local Colorado Springs church say they are fed-up with U.S. Senator Michael Bennet treating Christians and minorities like trash and are organizing together with advocacy organization A Just Cause to build a powerful grassroots juggernaut capable of unseating the Colorado Democrat.

Timeline Released in IRP6 Case Supports Allegations That Mueller's FBI Raided Colorado Company to Steal Software

LogoAdvocacy organization A Just Cause (AJC) has released a timeline of events showing that a February 9, 2005 FBI raid on Colorado Springs company IRP Solutions (and subsequent wrongful prosecution and conviction its executives) was likely done for the sole purpose of stealing their innovative "Case Investigative Life Cycle or CILC (pronounced "silk") software.

Celina Tent Hosts Guests from USDA, SBA on "Back to Our Roots" RV Tour

LogoCelina welcomed visitors from Washington on Wednesday, April 4th as the head of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Small Business Administration (SBA) stopped to tour their manufacturing campus. Concerns of local owners and industry leaders were the main focus of the RV tour, which travelled through Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky.

Constituents Allege the Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet Said Minorities Are Not His Constituents

LogoHundreds of minority constituents from Colorado say when they brought overwhelming credible evidence to Senator Michael Bennet that the Colorado U.S. Attorney's Office and federal judge Christine M. Arguello engaged in misconduct resulting in the wrongful imprisonment of five (originally six) technology executives from Colorado Springs known as the "IRP6", he repeatedly stonewalled them, even telling dozens of African-Americans on one occasion that they were not his constituents.

American Society of Evidence-Based Policing (ASEBP) to Host 2nd Annual Conference

LogoThe American Society of Evidence-Based Policing (ASEBP) is hosting our 2nd annual conference sponsored by Mark 43 and in partnership with the Police Foundation and Temple University. The conference is May 21-22, 2018 at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. The conference provides practitioners a platform to present their research along with experiences they have had in implementing evidence-based practices in their organization.

Orange Country, California to Face Major Problems Once Bail Reform Progresses

LogoRecently, bail reform measures have gone through in states like New Mexico, Illinois, and New Jersey, ensuring those who cannot afford bail are released without having to come up with the money.

Trump and Sessions Should Exclusively Target Non-Violent Prison Camps for BOP Budget and Staffing Cuts to Alleviate Congressional Concerns

LogoAlthough DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz has called out-of-control Federal Bureau of Prisons costs a "persisting crisis" and reported that the BOP spent $1.1 billion dollars on healthcare in 2014, 52 members of Congress asked U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a February 2018 letter to take into consideration the "unique characteristics of each facility" when eliminating staff at the BOP.

Top GOP Choice from San Francisco Won't Run for Office in Midterm Elections

San Francisco Republican Party wanted to put Ash Shrivastav in the ballot against the top Democratic leader in the House.

The Republican Party Plans to Support Ash Shrivastav in Congressional Election Against House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi

San Francisco Republican Party plans to put Ash Shrivastav in the ballot against the top Democratic leader in the House.

Govtrailjobs Is an Online Job Site That Offers Reliable Information About Various Government Jobs in India

There is one thing that binds a job seeker and a job provider, the job itself. Jobs are just like the fossil fuel, as they keep the engine of a nation's economy alive and running. Many people want to be their boss, while others choose to work under someone. As today's world is flat; jobs are crossing borders, seas, and continents!

Steve Forbes Applauds Trump Reforms, Blasts Fed

Stansberry Investor Hour host Porter Stansberry interviewed media mogul Steve Forbes, who is the CEO of Forbes Media and the editor-in-chief of Forbes Magazine. They discussed why some Americans have lost the passion for free markets, what's happening on college campuses, and the enormous gap between productivity and stagnant wages.

GOP Plans to Back Ash Shrivastav in Congressional Election Against House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi

LogoSan Francisco Republican Party plans to put Ash Shrivastav in the ballot against the top Democratic leader in the House.

Northeast Digital Integrators Completes Chelmsford Public Library Audio/Visual Project

LogoNortheast Digital Integrators (NEDI), a full-service audio-visual systems integrator based in Nashaua, New Hampshire, has recently completed a project for Chelmsford Public Library.

Spotlight on Capitol Hill Features Congressman Hank Johnson's Encore Interview on AJC Radio

LogoAdvocacy Group A Just Cause announces Thursday's February 22, 2018 segment of AJC Radio's, "Spotlight On Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congressman Hank Johnson (D-GA) (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10PM ET).

Rey Longhurst Launches Kickstarter Campaign for Trump Collectible Art

LogoRey Longhurst is a successful and honorable US Navy Veteran and an American family man, who is paying his respect to the US President Donald Trump by creating a state-of-the-art production facility. The facility will manufacture original Donald Trump inspired collectible art for the generations to come. Moreover, the veteran has also launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter with a goal to raise a sum of $124,500 and he is welcoming everyone for support.

Simmer Down Baby: A Political Parody Song Launches Kickstarter Campaign

LogoSimmer Down Baby is a humorous political parody song regarding the story of President Donald Trump's election into the White House. The song already has more than 114,000 views on YouTube and the creators of this song are aiming to get it viral worldwide. Their goal is to raise a sum of $10,000 on Kickstarter and they are welcoming everyone to support them generously. The Rumpzeller Band are the people behind this song and their goal is to get this song heard and loved by as many people as possible.

Trump's Motives Questioned but Evidence Shows DOJ Corruption Is a National Problem

LogoFBI & DOJ Abuses in Colorado and California Cases Indicate Corruption is Common but Unreported Problem, Says Advocacy Group

Best-Selling Novelist, Ron Barak's the Amendment Killer, a Brooks/Lotello Thriller, Is Now Available in Audio Format

Best-selling novelist, Ron Barak's hot new book, THE AMENDMENT KILLER, a Brooks/Lotello Thriller, is now out on audio. The exciting story is narrated by the distinguished Chris Andrew Ciulla, known for his work on The Equalizer, The Finest Hours, and The Magnificent Seven.

West Palm Beach City Commissioner Shanon Materio Violates City Resolution & Puts Local Water Supply at Risk Due to State Road 7 Extension

Environmental and conservation leaders from the West Palm Beach community were stunned to hear of City Commissioner Shanon Materio's vote in support of a controversial road development that would extend State Road 7, threatening the water quality for West Palm Beach, Palm Beach and South Palm Beach residents. Materio was the only sitting member of the West Palm Beach City Commission to cast a vote in support of the project. The extension and expansion of State Road 7 is expected to cost nearly $80 million. Materio's vote in support of the taxpayer-funded project would increase traffic along an environmentally sensitive area and could lead to more road congestion and growth.

Charlie: Elton John Praises Memoir of Gut-Wrenching Abuse, at Hands of Homophobic, Animalistic Government

While it may read like a sick and twisted Hollywood movie, it's hard to believe that every word in Elton Justice's new memoir is 100% true; a deplorable example of humanity at its worst.

Local Community Executive Leader Christina Lambert Launches Election Campaign for City Commissioner; Challenges Incumbent in District 5 of West Palm Beach

Christina Lambert, a long-standing local leader, community activist and executive, has launched an election campaign for the West Palm Beach City Commission seat for District 5.

William Morris Endeavor Company Fires Female VP After Complaint of Gender Pay Discrimination

Logo"We all have lived too many years in a culture broken by brutally powerful men," said Oprah Winfrey at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. "For too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare to speak the truth to the power of those men. But their time is up. Their time is up," exclaimed Oprah.

Advocacy Group Vows to Fight Against Reelection of Select U.S. Congressmen in Colorado

LogoAdvocacy organization A Just Cause says they will be working hard in the coming months to establish a grass roots organization across Colorado that will be a force for political change against apathetic U.S. Representatives and Senators who have shown little to no concern for Colorado constituents who were victims of government abuse in the federal justice system. "You would think when Congressman Doug Lamborn, Senators Corey Gardner and Michael Bennet received a dossier (http://bit.ly/2wBaCyJ) that contained irrefutable evidence that the Colorado U.S. Attorney's Office and federal Judge Christine Arguello colluded together to abuse a Colorado Springs church and its parishioners, as well as engaged in egregious misconduct that resulted in the wrongful-imprisonment six Colorado technology executives (five black, one white), they would have been outraged and demanded answers from the DOJ and the courts," says Lamont Banks, Executive Director of A Just Cause. "But that didn't happen, presumably because these federal justice officials from Colorado are their friends or because the constituents who were abused are minorities and not affluent or important enough to merit their attention," adds Banks.