Monthly Archives: September 2017

Hispanic high school drop out rate drops but Asians still the lowest

According to a Pew study “The high school dropout rate among U.S. Hispanics has fallen to a new low, extending a decades-long decline, according to recently released data from the Census Bureau. The reduction has come alongside a long-term increase in Hispanic college … Continue reading

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Most Americans think the government is monitoring their emails and phone calls

Seven-in-ten U.S. adults say it is at least somewhat likely that their own phone calls and emails are being monitored by the government, including 37% who believe that this type of surveillance is “very likely,” according to a Pew Research … Continue reading

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Modern slavery is common in all parts of the world

Last year 25m people around the world were in some type of involuntary servitude according to the The Economist.  “Around a sixth of the people experiencing such mistreatment today are forced to work by the state, primarily in prisons or the … Continue reading

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Martindale-Hubbell 2017 client appreciation award to James R. Stout, Attorney

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Cartels send message to Netflix: stop the Narcos series or more Netflix employees will die

Narcos has exposed the Cartels and they are not happy about it. A Netflix Narcos series employee, Muñoz, was shot to death Monday in a rural area of a violent region in the center of the Mexico, while looking for … Continue reading

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Mexicans are an unhappy lot

 According to Pew Mexicans don’t like the U.S. and don’t like their own country.  The 2017 sudden rise of the drug cartels caused by the capture of drug kingpin Chapo created a killing spree as new cartels establish their position within the … Continue reading

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Marriage is very unfashionable

Marriage continues its decade long decline.  According to Pew “half of U.S. adults today are married, a share that has remained relatively stable in recent years but is down 9 percentage points over the past quarter century and dramatically different from … Continue reading

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The U.S. Asian population grew faster than Hispanics over the past 10 years.

Pew published a study showing that “the U.S. Asian population grew 72% between 2000 and 2015 (from 11.9 million to 20.4 million), the fastest growth rate of any major racial by comparison, the population of the second-fastest growing group, Hispanics, … Continue reading

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Narcos on Netflix- the cartels continue

NARCOS, on its third season, begins after Pablo Escobar, the former Colombian drug kingpin is killed. Premiering on September 1st, this new 10-episode installment of the hit Netflix show is television at its finest and it’s liberated by Escobar’s death. The … Continue reading

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