Posts Tagged ‘leasing’

Georgia Power Company leasing license plate readers to police departments

It appears the police in Brookhaven, Georgia are not content with just having their own ‘Operation Plugged In’ cam-share program. What they have done is create one of the most disturbing corporate/police relationships I have had the displeasure of writing about. Last year the Brookhaven Police Department and the Georgia Power Company entered […]

German pundit explains reason behind refugee crisis and solutions to it

Refugee crisis, emerging from war-torn countries like Syria and Iraq, has imposed economical, cultural and security problems on neighboring and European countries. In order to shed lights on the dark sides of this thorny problem, the Alwaght website conducted an interview with Manuel Ochsenreiter, Editor in Chief of German monthly newsmagazine ZUERST. What follows is […]

Chicago Teachers’ Strike Is Unlike Any Other In Recent Memory

Print Friendly Above Photo: An image from the previous Chicago teachers’ strike, September 10, 2012. Photo by Tannen Maury/EPA Note: The Chicago Teachers Union organized a one-day strike,involving not just teachers and students but low wage workers, Black Lives Matter and communities. Jacobin writes this strike was not the usual strike, and at its root was […]

Saudi Arabia still reluctant to cut oil output, fears losing market share

Despite news of a possible OPEC meeting to stem plunging prices and curb production, the cartel remains reluctant to cut oil output, unwilling to loose markets to non-OPEC members and allowing the US shale gas come back and re-gain the ground, analysts told Sputnik. MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Saudi Arabia, the main OPEC producer, is reluctant to sacrifice […]

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