HERNANDO – The term quota is a dirty word among most chief law enforcement officers. They’d rather you refer to it as statistical policing or other variant to avoid speculation that arrests, and traffic citations are conducted using a numbers-based system. However you slice it, the controversy has led to numerous lawsuits across the country, resulting in millions-of-dollars in settlements.
HERNANDO – Movember is men’s health awareness month – no, that’s not a misprint – it has become a tradition for men grow mustaches during the month of November to bring awareness to prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide.
REGIONAL – If you’ve been watching the political circus surrounding Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings, then you’re fully aware of the 35-year-old attempted rape allegations made against Kavanaugh by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. By now, most people have made up their mind on who they believe is being truthful, while theatrical outrage is displayed by both sides of the political aisle. There is one thing that most can agree on; Ford’s testimony was compelling, and she most likely suffered some kind of trauma at the hands of someone, but she could not provide evidence that Kavanaugh committed the offense. Whether the allegations are true or not, what happens to Kavanaugh’s reputation from this day forth?