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Good and Mad Reading for the Weekend

Time of crisis

Just what value is need when in a time of crisis? I just had a conversation with one of my daughters. I have five. And for me that makes a good balancing point having these various points of views to deal with.
Now what the conversation was about is my PD’s convictions. (By the way PD means precious darling.) Please do not act like you do not have one at your house. It just might be the one that goes to court/ jail all the time. By the way we all have one, two or more PDs’.  But that will be another story.
Well here what happen? On December 5th, 2012 I get a call, stating, “I am being taken into cusdesty”.  A call, from my oldest son, the “precious darling”. Then he goes on to say” I am here at Potawatomi.” Then the phone goes dead. Now I am experiencing some loss, regret and shame all over again.
I spent three days trying to find out where he is and what the charges are.  The security at the casino would not give any information as to the nature of why or what prompted the incident.…

Did you know?

Beginning January 2014, states have the option to expand Medicaid coverage to adults
under the age of 65, with incomes at or below 133 percent of the Federal Poverty Level
(FPL) without having to meet disability requirements.[7] For single adults, that is
approximately $14,856 per year.[8] Many people involved in the criminal justice system
will be included in this new eligibility group increasing their access to needed health
care services.
                      By Council of State Governments Justice Center
                            Published: 05/27/2013

Please check out the US Department of Justice website. It good for anywhere in the USA.

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Federal prison facility locator
Search by facility name, state, region, type, and security level. Maps of federal facilities
Select a region of the map to view facilities in that area. Federal inmate locator
Federal inmates incarcerated from 1982 to the present are listed in this searchable database. Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website
This search tool allows a user to submit a single national query to obtain information about a sex offender listed by name. Users can also search for offenders living in their geographical area. http://www.justice.gov/actioncenter/inmate.html