Redflex is caught red-handed again. Not only is their name all over the recent “study” released by the Insurance Institute of Higher Safety (IIHS), but as always, the numbers don’t add up.
TheNewspaper.com has a thorough two part debunking.
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Again, make sure to really read through the debunking piece by TheNewspaper http://thenewspaper.com/news/33/3392.asp
Victorville residents fighting the cameras:
VICTORVILLE • Before a City Hall packed with tea partiers, Mayor Ryan McEachron called Tuesday night for the city to investigate what it will take to remove its 10 red-light cameras.
“I want it in writing that you want to spend taxpayer dollars to take out these cameras and to fight a lawsuit,” McEachron told the tea party, anticipating there will be litigation over Victorville’s contract with camera operator RedFlex.
The standing-room only crowd responded in unison “here here!” and broke out into loud applause at the announcement.
Nearly a year and a half into the economic recovery, some 43.6 million Americans continued to rely on food stamps in November.
More than 14% of the population drew food stamps in November to purchase groceries as high unemployment and muted wage growth crimped budgets. The number of recipients was up 0.9% from October, according to the new report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Compared to a year ago, the number of people receiving food stamps was up 14.2%
Maybe we should all get vaccines and forget out it?
Are kids more “crazy” these days?
I don’t know, but it’s a good read.
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