Child’s Death Ruled Homicide By Broward County Medical Examiner

Alleges Mother Admits Giving 4 Year old Adult Sleeping Medication Lunesta On September 10, 2009, 4-year-old Nicholas Odze’s father,  Allan Odze , found the tot in his bed unresponsive and not breathing.  Nicolas was transported to Coral Springs Medical Center where he was pronounced dead. Police are investigating this case as a homicide as a result of the Medical Examiner’s findings and statements that Nicholas’ mother, Raisa Bernabe gave him the adult prescription Lunesta to make him go to sleep.  ( Full Examiner’s Report Click Here )  . The examiner stated the following: Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective…

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Airport Security Update Nothing much has changed

Obama takes the blame but I did not see him taking a commercial flight   On my recent trip back from Toronto Canada on Saturday Jan 9th, security was increased but not to the extent that I thought it would be. First, they only allow you to have one bag brought on board a plane.  That means that  every woman was stuffing their purses into the handbags before walking into the security check area. After the initial normal  security check where your carry on goes through the X-ray machine while you go through the metal scanner,  passengers going to the…

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Global Warning

Be careful When Politicians Get involved with Science of Predicting the Weather by Howard Melamed Recently I was traveling back to the United States on a business trip from Europe via Heathrow airport in the United Kingdom. The British Government is now charging a tax of about 75 US dollars for each passenger going onto an airplane. “What’s this for?“ I asked the ticket agent. “Is it for airport security?” “No. She replied.” Global Warming.” She placed her hands with her palms up and gently shrugged with a disgusting look. She was also as dismayed as I was. Apparently the…

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South Florida Entrepreneur Offers Tips to Airline Industry to avert crisis

As the CEO of CellAntenna Corporation, I extensively travel around the country and around the world.  The latest moves by the airlines to try to increase their revenue base to avert disaster as a result of the rise of fuel cost does not go unnoticed.  Airlines have now gone too far as far as I see it,  with charging money for services they use to offer for free, in order not to raise the basic rates they charge. Of course a more honest approach would be if they would only raise the fares they charge to customers but that would…

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Exxonomics 101 : OPEC CHOKING ON THEIR OWN OIL? CAUGH CAUGH!

Several months ago I discussed with my colleagues that the price of oil will soon drop drastically due to the fact that the high costs will soon force the world into a recession.  I was right.   With oil hitting new highs the OPEC scrooges  were quick to hold their head up while blurting insults at the United States.   Iran, Russia and Venezuela were especial heinous.    These three stooges had a plan.  We will get 300 per barrel for our oil and we will sell it not to the United States…who needs them, but to China.  After all,  China to…

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