Monthly Archives: January 2011
Get your Facebook privacy score and see what you are sharing to the world.
Got this in an email from a friend this morning: There’s a site called Spokeo.com that’s a new online USA phone book with a lot of personal information: everything from pictures posted on Facebook or the web, approximate credit score, home value, income, … Continue reading
Gary Herbert posted his FICO credit score Quote from Gary Herbert’s website: “It is important to show you can mange your own money if you expect taxpayers to trust you to manage their money.” No inquiries, collections or public records … Continue reading
A funny one from Ann Coulter
While candidates can promise the moon, and some voters / residents look upon a mayor as a supreme leader that has power and authority over every aspect of city government, below is a summary of the actual powers and duties … Continue reading
Three SEIU Locals–Including Chicago Chapter–Waived From Obamacare Requirement Three local chapters of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), whose political action committee spent $27 million supporting Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election, have received temporary waivers from a provision in the Obamacare … Continue reading
Anonymous posters that call out other anonymous posters by name = classless.
I recently purchased a copy of TurboTax 2010 to complete 2010 taxes. My home computer is running Windows 7 64 bit (thanks to a recommendation for an IT professional and when the installation was complete the software would not run … Continue reading