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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

PROPERTY RIGHTS

Our friends at the Random Pixels blog have some 1980's "Miami Vice" Miami Police Department  cheesecake recruiting videos. We think. It's not really clear. But it is interesting. 
Here. 

Can you tell a joke? Does the truth not matter a whole lot to you? Wanna carry a gun and smack some people around? Then the City of Miami Beach Police Department may have a job for you. 


Felons can sell their firearms. Property rights and all that. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 9-0 and DOM has the story on his blog here. 

"The right to life is the source of all rights — and the right to property is their only implementation. Without property rights, no other rights are possible"
"Man's Rights", Any Rand. 

SPORTS:
The Marlins fired their manager and promoted their general manager who has approximately zero hours managing any baseball team at any level. 

The Basketball playoffs continue and your Miami Heat….never mind. 

The Miami Dolphins gave QB Ryan Tannehill a five year 90 or so million dollar extension. 

Did You Know:
Did you know that as constitutional officers, Florida Judges do not have a set amount of vacation or sick time? They just take what they want and are responsible for getting their calendars covered. 

6 comments:

Bill said...

Waiting to hear back from the police department's PIO on whether the video was sanctioned or approved by the department.

CAPTAIN JUSTICE said...


THE CAPTAIN REPORTS:

JUDGE BRONWYN MILLER .....

The DBR has their Judicial Profile on her honor this week. Read it here:

http://www.dailybusinessreview.
com/most-viewed-stories/id=1202726590658/
Judicial-Profile-Bronwyn-Miller-Was-Running-to-the-State-Department-When-She-Took-a-Different-Turn?mcode=1395085500327&curindex
=3&slreturn=20150419115753

Cap Out .....
Captain4Justice@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Truly Miami's fInest. Who's the pretty blonde with the purple bikini?

Anonymous said...

Judges, by state law, do not have a set amount of sick leave or vacation time.
It should be noted that about 8 or 9 years ago the Chief Judges Conference voted on and implemented an administrative rule setting a specific amount of time that could be taken by the judges.
I believe that you will find that it amounts to 30 days per year.
When it was implemented the Judges were mortified that they were being told what to do, until they realized it amounted to 6 weeks paid vacation. Then they shut up lest someone take that back and lessen the days.
Administrative Rules can be enforced with violations referred to JQC and Supreme Court.

Anonymous said...

And now, Florida judges can only wear black robes with no embellishments as per an order of Fla. S. Ct. CJ Jorge Labarga adopting a rule from California.

lee woo said...

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