For our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week question, the Professor has a question for you, the listening audience. What kind of person are you, the proactive or reactive type?
During our Quiet Time Moment from SilencerShop.com, we have some recommended reading for you once more. Paul will consider two critical aspects for living a more positive and productive life. Be sure you are listening louder.
Topics Covered During This Episode:
- Zach is working on his #SexyCanContest can and so should you!
- Warrior of the Week
- Go to www.swatfuel.com and use Promo Code “SOTG”
- ProActive or Reactive? Are you waiting for someone else to do it first?
- Quiet Time
- Visit Silencershop.com
- Morning Mindset 30 Day Plan for more Productive and Positive Life
- These Gun Owners Are Least Likely Criminals, Report Finds
- Politician who protested Dallas NRA show pleads guilty to corruption charges
- Puerto Rico mayor, two others arrested on corruption charges
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Concealed-carry permit holders are nearly the most law-abiding demographic of Americans, a new report by the Crime Prevention Research Center says?comparing the permit holders foremost with police.
“Indeed, it is impossible to think of any other group in the U.S. that is anywhere near as law-abiding,” says the report, titled “Concealed Carry Permit Holders Across the United States 2016.”
From 2007 through 2015, permits issued by state and local governments increased by 215 percent, to more than 14 million Americans, according to the data.
The outspoken Dallas mayor pro tem who balked at the National Rifle Association coming to town earlier this year resigned on Thursday after entering a guilty plea in federal court.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced that Dallas City Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges involving $450,000 in bribe and kickback payments stemming from securing a city school bus stop-arm camera contract for a Louisiana company. The Dallas Morning News later reported that Caraway resigned his public position in the aftermath of the revelations.
“I have dedicated much of my life to serving others, but have never claimed to be without sin,” Caraway wrote in his resignation letter. “I am truly sorry that I must end my career as an elected official because I betrayed the public’s trust that I worked so very hard to earn.”
A mayor and two former government officials in Puerto Rico face public corruption charges in separate cases that involve a total of $8 million in federal and local funds, authorities said Thursday. The suspects are the mayor of the southwest town of Sabana Grande and the former directors of finance for the northern town of Toa Baja, which has struggled to pay its employees amid an 11-year recession.
U.S. Attorney Rosa Emilia Rodriguez told reporters that the former officials from Toa Baja are accused of using nearly $5 million worth of federal funds to pay the town’s public employees and municipal contractors.
“Not only is that illegal, it’s immoral,” she said.