November 2017 News

11-29-2017: St. Louis not on list of finalist cities for MLS expansion soccer teams

11-29-2017: Philando Castile's girlfriend to receive $800,000 settlement for emotional distress, false arrest

11-29-2017: Robot automation will 'take 800 million jobs by 2030'

11-27-2017: Judge: St. Louis comptroller must sign Scottrade Center finance contract with Blues

11-27-2017: St. Louis Named Fourth Most Sinful City in the U.S.

11-24-2017: Tax on personal property: The people who can afford it the least pay the most

11-24-2017: St. Louis Galleria reopened after protest and arrests on Black Friday

11-23-2017: Thanksgiving help for the homeless: 'We haven't seen numbers like this since the Great Depression'

11-23-2017: Prepaid Electricity being argued in Ontario, Canada

Editorial note: With a prepaid meter, electricity is paid upfront. Once the prepaid amount is used up, power is cut-off until the customer is able to load the meter with more credits.”

11-20-2017: St. Louis police under federal investigation for alleged civil rights violations

11-19-2017: No money, no trolley: Loop Trolley Co. says it won't begin operations without another $500,000

11-18-2017: FBI report on black 'extremists' raises new monitoring fears

11-20-2017: Despite guilty plea, Vinita Park man sues Missouri trooper who shot him at St. Louis casino

11-17-2017: City Orders Tests at Pruitt-Igoe Site

11-16-2017: ArchCity Defenders sues to close Workhouse, claims violations of the First, Eighth and Fourteenth amendments

11-16-2017: Mail carriers accuse USPS of faking Amazon delivery records so customers don't get free stuff

11-15-2017:Federal judge restricts St. Louis police conduct during protests

11-13-2017: Heat, mold, rats and spiders: Former workhouse inmates sue St. Louis over 'hellish' conditions

11-13-2017: Unions ignore long history of excluding minorities from jobs

11-13-2017: Tyrese Gibson to be his own attorney

Editorial note: See our related pages, "Representing Yourself in Court" and "Legal Research for Non-Lawyers"

11-10-2017: COGIC responds to Stockley verdict and protests, meets with Mayor Lyda Krewson

11-9-2017: Whose polls? Whose police? Whose mayor?

11-9-2017: Debt Company Makes Sheriffs Rich by Jailing the Poor, Lawsuit Claims

11-9-2017: Walmart shopper hurt while buying watermelon in Alabama wins $7.5 million verdict

11-8-2017: Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Relief

Editorial note: A combination of Tylenol and Advil worked just as well as opioids for relief of pain in the emergency room, a randomized trial has found.

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11-8-2017: Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett are wealthier than poorest half of US

11-7-2017: St. Louis Man Ticketed After Honking at Cop Stopped at a Green Light

11-7-2017: After St. Louis 'Decriminalized' Weed, Police Cited 800+ People

11-7-2017: U.S. spending on post-9/11 wars to reach $5.6 trillion by 2018

Editorial note: See our related, "War is a Racket" page

11-7-2017: Mass. Trooper Sues Police Leaders After He Was Told To Alter Arrest Report Of Judge's Daughter

11-6-2017: State of Missouri fails to follow its own water quality guidelines

11-6-2017: LAPD captain accuses department of twisting crime statistics to make city seem safer

Editorial note: I'm certain police departments in the St. Louis area municipalities are also under reporting crime. There is a heroin epidemic where 90% of the addicts are white and mass shootings have reacted record setting levels. Drug addicts committ crimes to support their habbit. Heroin deaths have surpassed gun homicides and Norcan is being used to revive addicts who overdose, so those with the worst addiction are living longer and most likely committing a greater number of crimes. However, there is almost no mention of a major increase in crime in white communities, but common sense dictates must exist. 

11-4-2017: Woman went to St. Louis courthouse to stab judge who ordered her car repossessed, police say

11-3-2017: Black St. Louis Leaders Urge Boycott of Target, Other Stores

Editorial note: See our related post, "Protest Minus Disruption or Violence Equals Failure".

11-3-2017: Ava DuVernay: Hollywood 'intentionally' chooses not to hire black actors

11-2-2017: St. Louis Bars Cops from Moonlighting for 0311 Tactical Solutions, Alderwoman Says

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