Human Trafficking, The IRS and Costco Among Hottest Blog Posts
From the internet making malicious crime easier to a costly comment from co-founder of Costco, Patch bloggers weighed in on a variety of topics this week. Here is a look at some of the most popular posts over the past week.
Blog posts in Wisconsin Patches this past week covered the gamut — from gun control to unions and the Junior PGA coming to Milwaukee.
Every day, Patch's Local Voices bloggers share information, insight and opinion about what matters to them. Here's a selection of blogs from throughout the past week.
Waukesha attorney Mark Powers sheds some light on an old issue with a new tool in, "Human Trafficking, Stalking Made Easier By Internet, New Technology." Powers delves into the lengthy list of ways those with malicious intent can target their victims with the ease of today's technology.
In, "Costco's Corporate Leaders Questioned Over Loyalty to Progressive Policies Over Shareholder Value," the National Center for Public Policy Research takes a look at a costly comment from Costco's co-founder, Jeff Brotman. It said, "Why didn't he [the activist] just ask you when you stopped beating your wife?"
Dozens of students from Cardinal Stritch University took to D.C. to not only watch, but participate in President Barack Obama's inauguration. In, "Stritch Students, Staff Take to Nation's Capital for Inauguration," take a look at just why this was so important to these students.
In, "The IRS Has Started to Change Its Image," a Patch blogger shares some tax tips to help in filing your 2012 tax returns, from standard and personal deductions to capital gains and IRA contributions info.
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare offers some tips and tricks to help prevent, recognize and treat the flu with a video from Dr. Margaret Hennessy, pediatrician with Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group.
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