Inside the life of Doe Deere

Maybe you’ve heard of her; the beautiful founder of the company “Lime Crime” Doe Deere. With her flawless skin and colorfully luscious hair drawing you in to the stylish pictures you’ll find her in one might think this woman has it easy. As many people know, looking good, staying in shape, and maintaining a photo ready appearance year round isn’t as easy of a task as we all hope it be. Lucky for us Deere shares a few of her secrets here ( where you’ll find out that her work ethic plays a big role not only in her business but in her stunning look as well. She gives awareness to routines and how every successful individual in any field must have one. Attached to the link above you’ll get a sneak peak at hers.


Doe Deere’s company Lime Crime is sweeping the internet, setting new trends, and overall empowering an individuals own uniqueness, with Lime Crime definitely standing out as a unique company in the beauty industry themselves. She states that her goal is to “revolutionize makeup“. I’d say that’s a pretty lofty goal, especially in an industry thats been around for over a century. Though somehow Lime Crime’s done it. With taking one of there lipstick products called “Blue Unicorn” and turning it into a “mainstream must-have” as Deere says, competitors are racing to catch up to this companies avalanche in growing consumers & fans.


Lime Crime’s products are all cruelty free, meaning they are all natural and don’t contain any animal products. Doe Deere supports animals in need and has donated money to organizations that help save animal lives, along with adopting to stray cats in need of help.

Deere says that she is most interested in the new age consumers, labeling them the digital age (those born after 1997). She sees the shift in how people are shopping, believing the number of online line shoppers are only going to continue to grow. That notion drove her to have Lime Crime become one of the first cosmetic brands to aggressively working on e-commerce.

I’m very excited for the future of Lime Crime & anxious to see what Doe Deere pulls out next!


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While debate over cost of prison calls rages, Securus sees satisfied customers

One of the hottest debates in the U.S. prison industry, over the last few years, has been the proper cost of a phone call. Many prisoner rights groups, such as the Prison Policy Initiative and others, believe that inmate calling should be free or so low-cost that it is easily accessible to all, almost anytime they want to make a phone call.


But the constraints of the industry prevent this from ever coming to pass. In some jurisdictions, where heavy-handed government authorities have attempted to impose cost restrictions on outgoing phone calls, it has, more often than not, led to the complete removal of phones from those jails and prisons where the cost constraints were imposed. This reduces to the simple economics of running to prison. Much of the cost passed on to the inmates is the result of the commissions that prisons take out of every dollar that is spent by inmates on outgoing phone calls. While critics point to this as being a form of legalize kickbacks, prison wardens are quick to point out that, many times, the prison simply could not function adequately without those sources of revenue.


Securus Technologies is the nation’s leading inmate communications provider. Over the last 10 years, it has done a great deal to drastically lower the costs that inmates pay at the point of sale. In many states, such as the state of Louisiana, Securus has lowered inmate calling rates to just a hair above the levels that similar calls would cost in the free market. For example, most prisoners in the state of Louisiana pay just 15 cents per minute to make outgoing phone calls.


Securus believes that this represents an adequate compromise between cheap calling and providing the institutions with the crucial source of revenue that they need to keep their prisons operating safely and effectively.




Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin

Co-founders of the Phoenix News Times and Village Voice Media, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin are truly helping others bring justice to the United States of America. Oddly enough, the story of how they serve the ultimate interest of the public is two-fold and stratified with irony. However, most rue and good stories of truth trouncing injustice are that way.

It all ends with the Lacey and Larkin Fund, which supports groups that advocate for human, civil and migrant rights as well as freedom of speech and civic participation in the State of Arizona. The fund itself stems from a lawsuit that results in more than 3 million USD (United States Dollars) awarded to Lacey and Larkin.

The act in question that kicks up all this dust is the arrests of Lacey and Larkin on October 18, 2007. Knowing their rights and what constitutes a violation of them, the two journalists do what they do and bring attention to this turn of events. Their arena of choice is a court of law and their victory follows an uphill battle if there ever were one.

The truth is made known and recognized in the United States Court of Appeals for the ninth circuit. That is not quite the Supreme Court, but seeing as most cases do not even make it close to the Court of Appeals let alone win, it is a major victory to be sure. Learn more about Michael Lacey:

The person responsible for the arrests and their motivations behind the execution of this order is where the story takes an eyebrow-raising turn. The person in question is Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. The possible reasoning behind the maneuver is payback for the releasing of knowledge regarding grand jury proceedings which seek reporter’s notes on articles pertaining to the sheriff.

And, just like a spark to a puddle of gas, the story of the story of Lacey, Larkin and Sheriff Arpaio ignites flames that grow with more stories of corruption and of pushing back against injustices. The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund is a hub of information and one more link in network of organizations that do for others. Read more: Jim Larkin | Huffington Post

And, some of the names that are on this network of organizations are becoming major players in their own right within the political area. Names like the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) Arizona, the Arizona DREAM Act Coalition, Justice that Works and Promise Arizona are just a few, of many that are on the list. Together they fight the good fight across the United States any in way that they can.