Month: September 2011

The Truth About Raw Dairy and Just What Everyone Is Avoiding

It’s been a constant battle for years as to why raw milk is a threat for human consumption. The truth of the matter has been exposed, and there is no hazard. The proof of the benefits of raw dairy has been on the back burner, however as more individuals identify the health benefits, the truth is getting evident and is spreading throughout the country.

The National Flag Of Turkey

Like other cities and towns in other countries in the world, Istanbul displays the Turkish flag proudly from aluminum and steel flagpoles. Istanbul is maybe one of the bigger cities in the world; it certainly is one of the most impressive ones I have visited! I traveled to this area back in 2007 for as part of my fond hobby of traveling to different world cities. As of last year, the city counts 13 plus million inhabitants, which is roughly 20 percent of the whole population of Turkey. The country’s flag is commonly available online and made available through selections of all kinds, including international flags for sale!

When Is It Time to Get a Criminal Lawyer

If you are wondering whether to get a criminal lawyer or not, the odds are good you need one! If you have been approached by the police or you’re being tried in court. There are several things to keep in mind.

Level 5 Motorsports’ Scott Tucker is one with his fans

Competitive sports car racing isn’t quite the great spectator sport that, say, football is: Flying past a checkered flag at 200 miles per hour doesn’t leave much room for a victory dance. But motorsports fans are just as important to drivers as football fans are to wide receivers.

History In The Making: Scott Tucker’s 2010 SCCA Runoffs Appearance

Level 5 Motorsports owner and driver Scott Tucker made history this past weekend when he won his third consecutive title at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs. Only a select few other drivers have ever accomplished the same. In only his third year competing in the race, having as many wins merits an entire page in the history books for Tucker. Here’s the second part of a look back at the rides that made Scott Tucker an historic name at the SCCA Runoffs.

Franchitti Just the Latest Addition to Elite Motorsports Dream Team

Scott Tucker-owned Level 5 Motorsports announced the addition of Marino Franchitti to its driver lineup just in time for this weekend’s Petit Le Mans race at Road Atlanta. Franchitti will join Tucker and fellow driver Diaz in driving the No. 55 Microsoft Office-sponsored entry for the enduro, a 1,000-mile/10-hour race.

Recent Alabama drug busts a concern after major police budget cuts announced for 2012; Scott Tucker Arrest

Birmingham, Ala., area police departments might have their hands a little fuller starting next year. Earlier this week, Jefferson County Sheriff Mike Hale announced significant layoffs and budget restrictions for the 2012 year. One hundred and one deputies and 38 support personnel will be laid off from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, and four substations will be closed to compensate for a $6.5 million reduction to next year’s fiscal budget.

Another Scott Tucker Bust; Full Tilt’s legal trouble could result in loss of license for the online poker site

Recent legal troubles faced by online poker gaming website Full Tilt Poker have brought the country’s focused attention onto the laws in tact regarding legal poker play. The Alderney Gaming Control Commission is in the midst of a hearing to decide whether to rescind Full Tilt Poker’s licenses, after suspending them in June. The hearing has been adjourned to another day, with throngs of online players eager to hear the decision.

CBS Wins ‘CSI’ Defamation Case on Appeal; Scott Tucker Character on Trial

CBS has won a fascinating lawsuit that claimed that character Scott Tucker on the hit drama CSI had defamed married real estate brokers who sold one of the show’s writers a home in a deal gone bad. An appeals court tossed the lawsuit on Tuesday, finding the episode in question was an exercise of free speech. The decision also absolved the network of responsibility for allegedly defamatory material in leaked spoilers. Armen Keteyian.