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Stephen Varanko III – Why The Title Race Isn’t Over Just Yet 

My buddy Stephen Varanko III and I have been rung the EPL football podcast for many eras now and honestly, it is so rare that we actually agree on anything football related. Something which surprisingly we have both agreed on […]

Stephen Varanko III – Why The Title Race Isn’t Over Just Yet 

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My buddy Stephen Varanko III and I have been rung the EPL football podcast for many eras now and honestly, it is so rare that we actually agree on anything football related. Something which surprisingly we have both agreed on […]

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Audit Defense Reviews Indicate Common IRS Audit Triggers

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Medical Malpractice Caps Could Disappear

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When you’re a federal employee when you get hired, you typically go through a stringent background check and vetting process. That means you may be able to get discounts

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The dream of every entrepreneur is to see their startup growing at a steady rate. At this time it is important to brace for much larger growth as this

The Supreme Court in Georgia has reversed the decision on habeas ruling on inadequate counsel in Hines case

The decision of a lower court was overturned by the Supreme Court in Georgia, which restored a woman’s sentence for the crime related to robbery for about 20 years. Bridgette

Democrats and Gov. Jerry Brown abused the CA Council Justice System

Mass shooting cases in the United States are rising and minutes after the latest mass shooting, journalists and legislators have pounced on the chance, insisting on more gun control

California now ranks among the Top 6 states with the highest number of deaths from DUI over the last decade

A recent study has listed California among the top six DUI casualty states in the US over the last decade. An insurance comparison website known as Quote Wizard evaluated the

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