Hillary's lawyer discloses she expunged her email server hard drive – American Thinker (blog)
Hillary's lawyer discloses she expunged her email server hard driveAmerican Thinker (blog)It is possible, even likely, that Speaker Boehner will ask the House to vote on a subpoena for the email server. That would enable technical staff to … These questions will shadow her candidacy for president as long as it lasts. How ironic that the …and more »
Council recommends term limits change (Offthekuff)
Meh, I say. A Houston City Council committee Tuesday night recommended changing the term limits of elected officials from three two-year terms to two four-year terms starting in 2019, a charter change that could go to voters in November. The ad-hoc charter review committee voted 10-3 to recommend the two four-year terms in January, but […]
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Can IRS Seize First, Ask Questions Later? 'Yes We Can'
IRS can grab assets first and ask questions later if it suspects 'structuring' to avoid cash reporting. Many honest taxpayers have been forced to prove their innocence, so IRS has cut back. But some civil forfeitures continue.
Sergey Brin once asked a lawyer he wanted to hire to write a contract for him … – Business Insider
Business InsiderSergey Brin once asked a lawyer he wanted to hire to write a contract for him …Business InsiderThe company has since ditched the riddles, but its overall hiring ethos has remained the same. Ultimately, Google has always sought out employees who are "smart creatives." It wants people that can combine their technical expertise with imagination and …and more »
Jury decisively says Ellen Pao lost sexual-discrimination case against Kleiner … – CNET
CNETJury decisively says Ellen Pao lost sexual-discrimination case against Kleiner …CNETKelly Dermody, a San Francisco-based attorney who has handled discrimination cases against big Silicon Valley companies, agreed that the case has had an impact. "The high-profile nature of this litigation has caused many Silicon Valley companies to ask …and more »