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Dianne Feinstein: Border with Mexico is secure

"In the absence of facts, the American public is susceptible to claims that we have an open, 'porous' border, through which unaccompanied minors and members of terrorist organizations such as ISIL may pass," Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said. Full article: http://www.msn.com /en-us/news/us/did -members-of-terror ist-group-cross-me xican-border-answe r-remains-unclear/ ar-BB8Dpjp  (Oct 10, 2014 | post #23)

Paducah, KY

McCracken County Court

At 9:45 Craig Clymer listened to Assistant County Attorney admit prosecuting a case without authority to do so and not providing discovery items that affect three cases. He did not even care. He apparently feels he has no judicial responsibility to the public when they have been wronged. His only interest appears to be "speeding up prosecution of people charged by the self admitted prosecutorial misconduct prosecutors. Paducah has become a "if we can get away with it" prosecutors stance town. You have to wonder did he treach his son the same indifference to prosecutorial and judicial misconduct? Do we really need another person of that caliber in the court house? I think not!  (Sep 12, 2014 | post #1)

Paducah, KY

illegal immigration

The point is these children are demonstrating how well we control our borders. Immigration isn't the problem , it is uncontrolled immigration. Many of these children will be reunited by HHS with family here in America. Most also here illegally. I am not against immigration, just uncontrolled and undocumented immigration. Look around the world, lots going on with terrorist world wide. What a better way to get into America and create monkey bizz is there than a easy trip across the us Mexican border. It is time for congress and the President to act to ensure our safety. Do you not think the entities who wish America harm aren't watching? Some may even be supporting the recent crossing and or slipped in a few of their own among the 50000+ crossers. In most of the countries that wish us harm the combatants are not restricted to 18. In these countries a 16 year old could actually be a veteran of armed conflicts. It is about safety not ethnic hatred. If it were not for immigration there would be no America as we no it. 50000 children is a financial problem that must be dealt with. Next time we have a serious border problem it could a small army of 50000 jihadist or Russians or North Koreans or Isis members or etc.. Maybe instead of meddling in countries that don't want peace and/or democracy we could focus on the countries that these children are fleeing due to humanitarian problems.  (Jul 17, 2014 | post #21)

Paducah, KY

illegal immigration

If 50,000+ children have been caught crossing our border, how many have actually crossed uncaught? I guess we should all thank god that at least it is just children and not 50,000+ terrorist? At least this time that is........  (Jul 12, 2014 | post #1)

Paducah, KY

the 10 most corrupt states and what it cost you

Reported in Fortune by Chris Matthews New research takes a look at decades of corruption convictions to find the crookedest states in the union. When we think of government corruption (as one tends to do), our biased minds often gravitate to thoughts of military juntas and third world governments. But, of course, corruption is everywhere, in one form or another. And it’s costing U.S. citizens big time. A new study from researchers at the University of Hong Kong and Indiana University estimates that corruption on the state level is costing Americans in the 10 most corrupt states an average of $1,308 per year, or 5.2% of those states’ average expenditures per year. The researchers studied more than 25,000 convictions of public officials for violation of federal corruption laws between 1976 and 2008 as well as patterns in state spending to develop a corruption index that estimates the most and least corrupt states in the union. Based on this method, the the most corrupt states are: 1. Mississippi 2. Louisiana 3. Tennessee 4. Illinois 5. Pennsylvania 6. Alabama 7. Alaska 8. South Dakota 9. Kentucky 10. Florida That these places landed on the list isn’t exactly surprising. Illinois, which has gain notoriety for its high-profile corruption cases in recent years, is paired with states like Mississippi and Louisiana, which are some of the least economically developed in the country. The researchers also found that for 9 out of the 10 of the most corrupt states, overall state spending was higher than in less corrupt states (South Dakota was the only exception). Attacking corruption, the researchers argue, could be a good way to bring down state spending without hurting services that people need. Researchers also found that spending in these states was different than their less corrupt counterparts. According to the report, “states with higher levels of corruption are likely to favor construction, salaries, borrowing, correction, and police protection at the expense of social sectors such as education, health and hospitals.” The paper explains that construction spending, especially on big infrastructure projects, is particularly susceptible to corruption because the quality of large, nonstandard projects are difficult for the public to gauge, while the industry is dominated by a few monopolistic firms. Corrupt states also tend to, for obvious reasons, simply have more and better paid public servants, including police and correctional officers. The researchers argue that the need for correctional officers is greater in corrupt places too because “the overall extent of corruption will be higher in states with higher numbers of convictions of public officials.” Of course, it’s not all bad news, as the study also found the least corrupt states too. Citizens of these states–Oregon, Washington, Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa, Vermont, Utah, New Hampshire, Colorado, and Kansas–can take solace in the fact that they’re not getting ripped off as badly as the rest of us.  (Jun 18, 2014 | post #1)

Paducah, KY

Mccracken County Jail Employees/ Harsh Treatment of Inmates

I know of no one to report to that is not part of the corruptions. If I did I would and have tried. Find some one with the power to do something who will. I stand ready with a long list.  (Feb 8, 2013 | post #68)

Paducah, KY

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Pavillard  (Feb 8, 2013 | post #18)

Paducah, KY

Mccracken County Jail Employees/ Harsh Treatment of Inmates

what about those just charged with a crime and can not afford bail. Do they deserve to be mistreated as well(if indeed you believe that those whom have violated the law deserve to be dehumanized)?  (Feb 7, 2013 | post #50)

Paducah, KY

#McCracken County Attorney & Paducah Police

post #13 that is  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #48)

Paducah, KY

#McCracken County Attorney & Paducah Police

Further more I would refer you to post 313. 40/ 60 60/40 It was one of those two. Must have been 60something/40something which is quite possible and seriously dangerous.  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #47)

Paducah, KY

#McCracken County Attorney & Paducah Police

before you call someone stupid make sure your not. I personally recommend google to learn about things I know nothing of. Here are few post from the health care industry, I would also add when you croak your pressure will reach 0. It is really not funny at at all and it is you that uneducated group who refuses to check what you think against known facts that makes the world such a dangerous place for the rest of us to live in. Caring.com Learn About Severe Hypotension (Very Low Blood Pressure) By Melanie Haiken, Caring.com senior editor What a blood pressure reading of 60/46 means Readings below 80/60 usually indicate severely low blood pressure, which may have an underlying cause that could indicate a new, serious heart problem or infection. Very low blood pressure can also be caused by an endocrine or neurological condition. However, some people have very low blood pressure but feel fine and are otherwise healthy. Certain medications and nutritional deficiencies can worsen low blood pressure Vaughn's Summaries ©2004-2012 Vaughn Aubuchon www.vaughns-1-page rs.com was last updated on 2012-10-25. HIGH Blood Pressure Symptoms - Stressed, Sedentary, Bloated, Weak, Failing Systolic Diastolic 210-240 125-140 Stage 4 High Blood Pressure 180-210 110-125 Stage 3 High Blood Pressure 160-180 100-110 Stage 2 High Blood Pressure 140-160 90-100 Stage 1 High Blood Pressure 140 90 BORDERLINE HIGH 130 High Normal 120 NORMAL Blood Pressure 110 Low Normal 100 Low 90 60 Very Low 80 55 Extremely Low 70 45 Danger 60 40 Danger 50 30 DANGER LOW LOW Blood Pressure Symptoms - Weak, Tired, Dizzy, Fainting, Coma http://www.heart.o rg/HEARTORG/Condit ions/HighBloodPres sure/AboutHighBloo dPressure/Low-Bloo d-Pressure_UCM_301 785_Article.jsp  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #46)

Paducah, KY

#McCracken County Attorney & Paducah Police

http://sdrv.ms/14Q nbPE , see for yourself.  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #45)

Paducah, KY

Mccracken County Jail Employees/ Harsh Treatment of Inmates

Find a group that will actually do anything. I often say I have the "proof" to provide ammunition (an allegory of course) if some one can find the gunman. They all work together to share in the till, they could care less what happens.  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #35)

Paducah, KY

Mccracken County Jail Employees/ Harsh Treatment of Inmates

That's a big negative. It can be proven they do not always do so. I know of a visit to er, prescription written by er, and a no medication given. The jail staff confiscated the prescription written by er doctor and never filled it. Refused to even acknowledge the grievances written trying to address the issue.  (Feb 6, 2013 | post #34)

Paducah, KY

#McCracken County Attorney & Paducah Police

Wel it does not say what the staff said the reading was; It say they couldn't get one at all. Link to the document is here http://sdrv.ms/14Q nbPE, see for yourself.  (Feb 5, 2013 | post #41)