The Trench Reynolds Report

All Crime Is Personal

Politicians really make my head hurt with just how clueless and out of touch they with the American public. Recently seven US Senators, all Dems for those of you that care, called on the Department of Transportation to ban vaping and e-cigs on all US commercial flights. The thing is that all commercial carriers in …

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In my opinion U.S Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) has a history of backing legislation that is only designed to get him elected/re-elected and goes back to at least when he was the Connecticut Attorney General. In the past he has written legislation that does nothing to solve the actual problem but makes people feel like …

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AGs Call for End of Craigslist Adult Services: Attorneys general target Craigslist: Missouri AG Chris Koster joins other attorneys general asking Craigslist to remove adult ads: Ohio AG: Craigslist should drop adult services: Tennessee AG joins in call on Craigslist to eliminate adult services section: AGs demand Craigslist drop adult services section: Gansler among 17 …

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Exposes is kind of a strong word. It’s more like they explained the obvious to the rest of America. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Please watch the following video from the Today Show on NBC as reporter Jeff Rossen shows that craigslist’s claims of cleaning up its site of prostitution is a sham. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640

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Connecticut AG subpoenas Craigslist over personals: My favorite Attorney General is at it again. Conn. AG Richard Blumenthal has issued a subpoena to craigslist to see if craigslist is ‘fulfilling its promise to help stop advertisements for prostitution.’ Apparently Mr. Blumenthal has a vision problem if he can’t tell that craigslist is not fulfilling its …

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Sex offender removal from social sites: It seems that the sex offenders from our favorite MySpace bashing state of Connecticut were one step ahead of the clueless administration, especially our good friend State Attorney General Richard Blumenthal. Connecticut just recently passed a law that said registered sex offenders not only have to surrender their names, …

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3 AGs to meet with Craigslist over sexual ads: Attorneys General from Missouri, Illinois and Connecticut, Chris Koster, Lisa Madigan and Richard Blumenthal respectively, will be meeting with representatives from craigslist in New York City tomorrow. Those three represent a group of AGs who entered into the much-lauded agreement with craigslist in November. The goal …

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MySpace Finds 40,000 More Sex Offenders, 90,000 Total: After being subpoenaed by Conn. Attorney General Richard Blumenthal MySpace has identified 90,000 sex offenders that had accounts on MySpace. This is definitely bad news for MySpace that was supposed to be active in deleting accounts that belonged to registered sex offenders. Let’s hear from AG Blumenthal… …

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Conn. AG to MySpace: Turn over sex offender data: Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has subpoenaed MySpace, again, to get them to turn over information about sex offenders belonging to their sites. Yet another PR move from the AG’s office in my opinion. You know MySpace isn’t the only site where sex offenders reside. You …

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No Easy Answer for Protecting Kids Online: A report issued by the Internet Safety Technical Task Force, led by Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society and ordered from 49 state attorneys general says what I’ve been saying for years. There is no software solution to protect your kids from online predators on MySpace …

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