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Obama collecting personal data for a secret race database

A key part of President Obama’s legacy will be the fed’s unprecedented collection of sensitive data on Americans by race. The government is prying into our most personal information at the most local levels, all for the purpose of “racial and economic justice.”

Unbeknown to most Americans, Obama’s racial bean counters are furiously mining data on their health, home loans, credit cards, places of work, neighborhoods, even how their kids are disciplined in school — all to document “inequalities” between minorities and whites.

This Orwellian-style stockpile of statistics includes a vast and permanent network of discrimination databases, which Obama already is using to make “disparate impact” cases against: banks that don’t make enough prime loans to minorities; schools that suspend too many blacks; cities that don’t offer enough Section 8 and other low-income housing for minorities; and employers who turn down African-Americans for jobs due to criminal backgrounds.

Big Brother Barack wants the databases operational before he leaves office, and much of the data in them will be posted online.

So civil-rights attorneys and urban activist groups will be able to exploit them to show patterns of “racial disparities” and “segregation,” even if no other evidence of discrimination exists.

Housing database

The granddaddy of them all is the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing database, which the Department of Housing and Urban Development rolled out earlier this month to racially balance the nation, ZIP code by ZIP code. It will map every US neighborhood by four racial groups — white, Asian, black or African-American, and Hispanic/Latino — and publish “geospatial data” pinpointing racial imbalances.

The agency proposes using nonwhite populations of 50% or higher as the threshold for classifying segregated areas.

Federally funded cities deemed overly segregated will be pressured to change their zoning laws to allow construction of more subsidized housing in affluent areas in the suburbs, and relocate inner-city minorities to those predominantly white areas. HUD’s maps, which use dots to show the racial distribution or density in residential areas, will be used to select affordable-housing sites.

HUD plans to drill down to an even more granular level, detailing the proximity of black residents to transportation sites, good schools, parks and even supermarkets. If the agency’s social engineers rule the distance between blacks and these suburban “amenities” is too far, municipalities must find ways to close the gap or forfeit federal grant money and face possible lawsuits for housing discrimination.

Civil-rights groups will have access to the agency’s sophisticated mapping software, and will participate in city plans to re-engineer neighborhoods under new community outreach requirements.

“By opening this data to everybody, everyone in a community can weigh in,” Obama said. “If you want affordable housing nearby, now you’ll have the data you need to make your case.”

Mortgage database

Meanwhile, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, headed by former Congressional Black Caucus leader Mel Watt, is building its own database for racially balancing home loans. The so-called National Mortgage Database Project will compile 16 years of lending data, broken down by race, and hold everything from individual credit scores and employment records.

Mortgage contracts won’t be the only financial records vacuumed up by the database. According to federal documents, the repository will include “all credit lines,” from credit cards to student loans to car loans — anything reported to credit bureaus. This is even more information than the IRS collects.

The FHFA will also pry into your personal assets and debts and whether you have any bankruptcies. The agency even wants to know the square footage and lot size of your home, as well as your interest rate.

FHFA will share the info with Obama’s brainchild, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which acts more like a civil-rights agency, aggressively investigating lenders for racial bias.

The FHFA has offered no clear explanation as to why the government wants to sweep up so much sensitive information on Americans, other than stating it’s for “research” and “policymaking.”

However, CFPB Director Richard Cordray was more forthcoming, explaining in a recent talk to the radical California-based Greenlining Institute: “We will be better able to identify possible discriminatory lending patterns.”

Credit database

CFPB is separately amassing a database to monitor ordinary citizens’ credit-card transactions. It hopes to vacuum up some 900 million credit-card accounts — all sorted by race — representing roughly 85% of the US credit-card market. Why? To sniff out “disparities” in interest rates, charge-offs and collections.

Employment database

CFPB also just finalized a rule requiring all regulated banks to report data on minority hiring to an Office of Minority and Women Inclusion. It will collect reams of employment data, broken down by race, to police diversity on Wall Street as part of yet another fishing expedition.

School database

Through its mandatory Civil Rights Data Collection project, the Education Department is gathering information on student suspensions and expulsions, by race, from every public school district in the country. Districts that show disparities in discipline will be targeted for reform.

Those that don’t comply will be punished. Several already have been forced to revise their discipline policies, which has led to violent disruptions in classrooms.

Obama’s educrats want to know how many blacks versus whites are enrolled in gifted-and-talented and advanced placement classes.

Schools that show blacks and Latinos under-enrolled in such curricula, to an undefined “statistically significant degree,” could open themselves up to investigation and lawsuits by the department’s Civil Rights Office.

Count on a flood of private lawsuits to piggyback federal discrimination claims, as civil-rights lawyers use the new federal discipline data in their legal strategies against the supposedly racist US school system.

Even if no one has complained about discrimination, even if there is no other evidence of racism, the numbers themselves will “prove” that things are unfair.

Such databases have never before existed. Obama is presiding over the largest consolidation of personal data in US history. He is creating a diversity police state where government race cops and civil-rights lawyers will micromanage demographic outcomes in virtually every aspect of society.

The first black president, quite brilliantly, has built a quasi-reparations infrastructure perpetually fed by racial data that will outlast his administration.

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Human remains from Nazi experiments found in France

Human remains from Nazi experiments found in France

The entrance of the forensic medicine institute in Strasbourg, France, where remains belonging to victims of Nazi anatomy professor August Hirt have been found

 It started with a letter, a brief reference to samples taken from the bodies of Holocaust victims used in Nazi medical research. Decades later, the jars and test tubes found behind a glass cupboard in a locked room testified to history’s horror.

Raphael Toledano, a researcher from Strasbourg who has spent more than a decade delving into the eastern French city’s Nazi past, stumbled upon the 1952 letter from Camille Simonin, the director of the forensic science school at the University of Strasbourg, detailing the storage of tissue samples taken from some of the 86 Jews gassed for the experiments of August Hirt, a notorious Nazi anatomy researcher.

The autopsy samples were intended to be used to prosecute Hirt, who directed the construction of a gas chamber built specifically to provide victims for experiments carried out at the facility. At the time, Germans had replaced the French staff, which largely decamped elsewhere.

Strasbourg was liberated by the Americans, Hirt ultimately committed suicide, and the remains ended up in the highly specialized forensic science museum at the university, which has since become one of France’s most prestigious medical schools.

Simonin’s letter was directed at a judge who planned to put Hirt on trial, asking if the samples could be of use. It’s not known how or whether the judge responded, said Jean-Sebastien Raul, the institute’s current director.

The samples were apparently forgotten until July 9, when Toledano and Raul cracked open the door. The storage container and jar and test tubes, holding a fragment of human skin and other body samples, were meticulously labeled just as the letter detailed, Toledano said.

“It was a shock to discover that these jars were still there, that we put in a museum display a part of these Jews who were murdered by the Nazis,” Toledano said.

The Strasbourg mayor’s office said Monday it hopes to return the remains to Strasbourg’s Jewish community for eventual burial in the city, which sits on the border of France and Germany.

Hirt was tried in absentia in 1952 in France and sentenced to death for his experiments. At the time French authorities did not realize that he had committed suicide at the end of World War II and presumed that he was hiding in Germany

 

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The Flag that flew at the Gosport Shipyard, as it was called then, served the Confederate States Navy until it was destroyed in 1862 and rebuilt under its current name.

Jihadist Obama to replace 1st. national flag of the Confederacy with the Flag of his fellow Sunni Moslems of the Issis?

The Virginia Pilot joins Jihadist Obama in creating revisionist history 

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Although the Confederate battle flag is steeped in military symbolism - men on both sides of that flag lost their lives over what it represented in the Civil War - there is no military policy on displaying it.

In fact, one of the original flags of the Confederacy - not the most familiar one - has flown over the historical side gate of Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth since 1967. There, the Gosport Shipyard, as it was called then, served the Confederate States Navy until it was destroyed in 1862 and rebuilt under its current name.

Nationwide, the glorification of the Confederate battle flag last month by the man who gunned down nine people in a South Carolina church, under a banner of white supremacism, sparked debate over whether the flag should be retired as a symbol of Southern history.

In the wake of the massacre, Alabama removed the flag from its government buildings, and South Carolina followed suit.

But the Defense Department says there is "no guidance that specifically discusses the display of the Confederate flag." A Navy spokesperson referred to Pentagon rules governing good order and discipline and said it falls to the commanding officer to balance that with an individual's right to free expression.

A commander can bar a service member from behavior or actions that "present a clear danger to the loyalty, discipline or morale of the troops," the rule says. Further, "Military personnel must not actively advocate supremacist, extremist or criminal gang doctrine, ideology, or causes, including those that advance, encourage or advocate illegal discrimination based on race, creed, color, sex, religion ethnicity or national origin."

To some, that includes this Confederate flag, too.

"Due to the recent events, I would say it's offensive," said Priscilla Bonilla, a former sailor who has walked past the flag to and from work every day as a fire watch supervisor at the shipyard without ever noticing it. When it was pointed out to her, the Chesapeake resident said she doubted other people knew it was there.

"If they did, I think it would be an issue," she said. "I can understand both sides because of the history. But I can see how you don't want to send a message that you support it, and if you allow it, that's what you are showing people."

But not everyone sees it that way. Will Aygarn, who can trace his family farm back generations in what was then Princess Anne County, views the flag as a symbol of Virginia's proud history, not a symbol of slavery. The former sailor said he has ancestors who fought on both sides of the Civil War.

On Memorial Day, Aygarn flew a Confederate flag on a telephone pole at the front of his property, but vandals recently tore it down. The 55-year-old got a ladder and put the flag higher up on the pole.

"The flag means history, Princess Anne County and family heritage and Virginia's opposition to the invading federal armies," he said. "I think that Virginia's involvement in the war is nothing at all to be ashamed of."

In 1861 in Savannah, Ga., Confederacy Vice President Alexander Hamilton Stephens gave what is known as the Cornerstone Speech, in which he disputed the idea that black and white races were equal.

"Our new government is founded upon exactly the opposite idea," he said. "Its foundations are laid, its cornerstone rests upon the great truth that the Negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery, subordination to the superior race, is his natural and normal condition. This, our new government, is the first in the history of the world based upon this great physical, philosophical and moral truth."

That sentiment was echoed by each of the Confederate states in the justification for war. Such statements are evidence that the flag symbolizes racial subjugation, says Timothy Orr, an assistant history professor at Old Dominion University.

"The Confederate flag is a symbol of the Confederacy, which was founded on white supremacy," said Orr, who specializes in Civil War history. He said the flag has continued to represent that as a symbol for the Ku Klux Klan and for modern racist groups.

"Throughout its history... this flag has been used as a symbol of white supremacy," he said. "I guess that's why it is such a polarizing icon."

The flag flying over the gates of the shipyard is not the most-recognizable Stars and Bars, but the original flag of the Confederacy with seven stars representing the original states that seceded. It has flown since the 200th anniversary of the shipyard in 1967 alongside an American flag, a British flag and the flag of Virginia - the "four sovereign flags flown over the shipyard gates," according to an article on Navy history on the Navy's website.

One Navy official who was not authorized to discuss the issue and spoke on condition of anonymity, said it was the only Navy facility in the country displaying a Confederate flag.

If Civil War sailors who fought here for the Union were alive today, Orr said, they would be appalled to see the flag outside the shipyard.

But the flag is a symbol for a much deeper wound, he said, which threatens to undermine the founding principle of this country: that all men are created equal.

"The government ought to take steps," he said. "If we mean to live up to that promise, something needs to be done. With all the racial incidents that happened this year, it kind of suggests the work of uniting the country still needs to be done."

On Friday, following questions from The Virginian-Pilot, the Navy took a step.

A spokesperson for the facility said that "with everything going on in the world" the shipyard commander, Capt. Scott Brown, ordered all four flags taken down and put in a museum "in the best interest of our workforce and the U.S. Navy."

The flags had marked the shipyard's 248-year history, but times change, spokeswoman Terri Davis said.

"The flags represent progress, progress in shipbuilding, progress in repair and progress in the defense of our country," Davis said. "Removing the flags from the gates doesn't diminish their historical significance, but it does allow us to focus on successful execution of our mission."

On Sunday evening, a photo of four American flags at the gate was posted to the shipyard's Facebook page. The caption: "We are America's Shipyard! United we stand under one flag."

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Gunman kills 4 Marines in Tennessee

When, oh when, will impeachment begin?

Who in Congress will say its time to take out the trash?

 

Four US Marines were killed Thursday in what may be an “act of domestic terrorism” by a man who fired at two military facilities in Tennessee, officials said.

Two others — a member of the military and a cop — were wounded in the attacks. The gunman is also dead, officials said.

The Chattanooga shooting suspect has been identified as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, according to CBS, citing two law enforcement sources.

“Today is a nightmare for the city of Chattanooga,” Mayor Andy Berke told reporters.

The shootings occurred about 40 minutes and seven miles apart — first at a military recruiting center and then at a military reserve center, NBC News reported.

The Marines were killed at the Navy Operational Support Center and Marine Corps Reserve Center in Chattanooga, FBI Special Agent in Charge Ed Reinhold said.

Reinhold said officials “have not determined whether it was an act of terrorism or whether it was a criminal act.”

“We are looking at every possible avenue, whether it was terrorism — whether it was domestic, international — or whether it was a simple, criminal act,” he said.

US Attorney Bill Killian said officials were treating the attacks as an “act of domestic terrorism.”

 

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“Lives have been lost from some faithful people who have been serving our country, and I think I join all Tennesseans in being both sickened and saddened by this,” Gov. Bill Haslam said.

 

A recruiting facility on Old Lee Highway was one of the gunman’s targets.

 

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Brian Lepley, a spokesman with the US Army Recruiting Command in Fort Knox, Ky., said law enforcement told his recruiters that the shooter stopped his car in front of the facility, opened fire and drove off.

 

The recruiters said they were not hurt and had evacuated, said Lepley, who had no information about recruiters for the other branches at the facility.

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Sgt. 1st Class Robert Dodge, 36, who heads the Army recruiting at that facility, said four Army personnel were in the office at the time.

He said the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and National Guard have their own offices next to each other.

Dodge and the others heard a gunshot about 10:30 to 10:45 a.m., “which kind of sparked our attention,” he said.

“Shortly after that, just a few seconds, the shooter began shooting more rounds. We realized it was an actual shooting,” he said.

They then got on the floor and barricaded themselves in a safe place.

The Army office was not damaged, but doors and glass were damaged at the other branches’ offices.

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Pilot allows the truth to be published on lite-rail!!!!
US Marxist Propaganda Media Organs Spin

Pilot allows Columnist to go  anti-editorial  policy on social engineering

Roger Chesley

Pilot Columnist

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Social Engineer 

Virginia Beach's John Atkinson [city treasurer] got a  that-a-boy from the Pilot's Columnist and  part-time social engineer, Roger Chesley in Roger's 7/7/15 column.

The Pilot allows the truth to be published for a change!!!!!

If Virginia Beach residents knew in 2012 what they know now, would they have overwhelmingly supported an extension of light rail from Norfolk?

That's the question Beach City Treasurer John Atkinson, in essence, posited in his nascent campaign to derail the pricey transit option. He's gotten hundreds of followers.

Will that be enough to sway more council members to cool their ardor?

The Pilot's John Holland reported Sunday that Atkinson received more than 1,600 signed copies of ads he ran in local newspapers last month, including the Beacon community news section of The Pilot. He had urged readers to mail the ads to him.

Atkinson told me Monday he's received more than $18,000 in cash and checks from more than 500 people. Others have pledged money.

"I see nothing of value in light rail," Atkinson added. "It does not move people. It does not eliminate traffic. It includes operating deficits of $5 million a year. I just don't see the benefits."

Those are some of the same issues I've pondered, even as many local officials laud the proposal.

"I do think rail is a vital part of the future of the city," Mayor Will Sessoms said Monday. "It will reap great rewards for development along the line. It brings in tax revenue."

Light rail proponents repeatedly note Beach voters passed the advisory referendum in 2012, during the presidential contest in which voter turnout is high.

Voters answered the following: "Should the City Council adopt an ordinance approving the use of all reasonable efforts to support the financing and development of The Tide light rail into Virginia Beach?" Some 116,056 voted yes, and 68,848 said no. So 63 percent approved it.

Detractors say the nonbinding referendum didn't really ask whether voters supported light rail. But it sure came close.

The bigger issue, though, is that voters didn't have better cost estimates in 2012. Atkinson has tapped into that discord. And because he's been treasurer since 1978, he's not your average naysayer.

HRT officials said in September 2014 the cost from Newtown Road to Town Center would be $327 million.

"That estimate would cover construction of the 3-mile route and its end station; the purchase of four light-rail vehicles; the acquisition of real estate; and improvements to The Tide's control center in Norfolk," The Pilot reported then.

At the time of the referendum, though, a consultant had provided rough estimates of $254 million to extend The Tide to Town Center and $807 million to run it to the Oceanfront.

Sessoms questioned whether the latest estimate is fair, though, given the high amount of contingency funds. He said that number is nearly $85 million of the $327 million total. The mayor said better numbers should be ready in a year.

I understand the financial pressure was on City Council to keep the choo-choo alive. Virginia Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Layne had said the state would seek repayment of $20 million it funded years ago to help the Beach buy the Norfolk Southern right-of-way - if the city didn't continue with the project.

Council members voted in May to support extending light rail to Town Center, and it included $20 million in the 2015-16 budget for the project.

The state also has offered $155 million toward the Beach extension.

Still, that money is coming from taxpayers. People around the state should be outraged given the huge outlays and the low projected ridership.

HRT has said that by 2034 just 2,250 average weekday "boardings" at the Beach stations will occur - or about 1,100 individual riders.

If taxpayers in our region were forced to pay for such largesse in Northern Virginia, Richmond or Roanoke, how would we respond?

That's what Atkinson refuses to ignore.

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Central Radio ~ What is it all about Mr. Dean
Virginia News

Via Robert Dean of the Tidewater Libertarian Party 

Does Norfolk’s Central Radio and its owner Bob Wilson have the protection of the First Amendment?

Does Bob Wilson have the right to display a sign protesting eminent domain abuse?

The City of Norfolk says no, while the Constitution say yes. I’m betting on the Constitution.

Mr. Dean has not provided any background on this.

What does it relate to?

BTW it is a great sentiment Mr. Dean, but it would be helpful is you told us what it relates to.

 

 

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Will Sessoms Being Sued for FOIA Violations?
FOIA

Mike Bogacki is Suing the Virginia Beach City Mayor ?

Sessoms Being Sued

Sessoms on the Run

For Still Hiding Public Records?

While the FBI Is Making Inquiries into Sessoms Records ?

And Sessoms Refuses to Say what Public Records He Has Destroyed?

Legally that Is, On the Library of Virginia Form RM 3.

Or Has He?

Will the court Make the Mayor comply with the law, or will the court make this just another matter of home Cooking?

 

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Virginia Beach's Spore's Crew wants to pay him more !!!
Corruption & Govt. & Business/Society

Jim Spore's Crew to Pay Him More?

Virginia Beach City Manager to Get Paid more to Do Nothing?

Virginia Beach City Manager

Jim Spore

Is it because he knows:

What Closet the Skeletons are in;

Where the Bodies are Buried;

He Buried the Bodies?

He does Tony Soprano Proud !!

 

 

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Re-elect Jhonny Joannou to the Virginia House
Law & Order Recipes For Success Re-elect Jhonny Joannou Dear fellow citizens:

While various primaries are taking place on June 9, 2015 across the State of Virginia, one of extreme importance to the citizens of parts of Portsmouth and Norfolk is in the 79th District, currently represented by Delegate Johnny Joannou.

If you are able to spare an hour or two helping to cover the polls on election day in support of Johnny, 
please contact Ashley at the Joannou Campaign Office at 757-399-1700. 

Taking part in this political process helps to foster good government by electing principled men and women to represent us in Richmond. Johnny Joannou is that man.

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Portsmouth, Virginia 's Mayor Practices Racial Discrimination As a Matter of Pub
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Portsmouth, Virginia 's Mayor Practices

Racial Discrimination As a Matter of Public Policy

Social Engineering Virginian Pilot Silent on the Issues

Of Mayor Wright's Practices

Wright is Soliciting Applicants from the  National Forum for Black Public Administrators

 an organization that aims to advance black public leadership

Wright fails to direct the search to any organization that aims to advance white public leadership

Why didn't the Social Engineering Pilot ask the question; 

How can this sort of racial discrimination be kept in the dark?

Jihiadist Obama's racial policies and racial divide come to roost in Portsmouth and the Pilot fails to raise the issue !!!

Council keeps the policy,  meeting and discussions in the dark like the Council meeting in which the issue surfaced?

The Social Engineering Virginian Pilot's Words, Seems to HNC:

Puts the Blame on Portsmouth's failures and Wright's Failures

On Whitey / the Cracker / rather on the root cause

Wright's Race Baiting;

"There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do do not want to lose their jobs."

Booker T. Washington

Click on the Pilot 1903 page to see its PC coverage of Portsmouth race baiting

Note that in 1903 The Pilot declared itself the paper of the Democrats

Nothing has changed since ,except there are few whites in management or staff

 

 

 

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Portsmoth Getting Rid of Its Race-Baiter-In-Chief
Race Baiting Portsmouth Getting Rid of its Race-Baiter-In-Chief

Portsmouth Getting Rid of its

Race-Baiter-In-Chief ?

The Not So Honorable Mayor

Kenneth Wright !!

Who sounds much like Jihadist Obama's Rev. Wright

The Social Engineering Virginian Pilot

Puts the Blame on Portsmouth's failures and Wright's Failures

On Whitey / the Cracker / rather on the root cause

Wright's Race Baiting;

"There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do do not want to lose their jobs."

Booker T. Washington

Click on the Pilot 1903 page to see its PC coverage of Portsmouth race baiting

Note that in 1903 The Pilot declared itself the paper of the Democrats

Nothing has changed since ,except there are few whites in management or staff

 

 

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Pilot aids Portsmouth Race Baiting Council !!!
Affirmative Action Not So Equal

Booker T. Washington identifies Portsmouth's Race Baiting Foursome

On the Portsmouth City Council

The Pilot covers it up with PC coveraage

Mayor Kenneth Wright

Kennth Wright 

Councilman Curtis Edmonds, Sr.

Curtis Edmonds

Dr. Mark M. Whitaker

Mark  Whitaker

Vice Mayor Paige Cherry

Paige Cherry

"There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do do not want to lose their jobs."

Booker T. Washington

Page 430

Volume 1, 1900 Autobiographical Writings

The Booker T. Washington Papers

University of Illinois Press, 1972

Louis R. Harlan, Editor

John W. Blallingame, Assistant Editor

 http://www.historycooperative.org/btw/Vol.1/html/430.html

Click on the Pilot 1903 page to see its PC coverage of Portsmouth race baiting

Note that in 1903 The Pilot declared itself the paper of the Democrats

Nothing has changed since ,except there are few whites in management or staff

 

 

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Little Law Firm takes the wind out of the Attorney General's Sails
Civil Rights Waldo and Lyle the little law firm that could did, has prevailed

 

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Joe Waldo

Waldo any Lyle the little law firm that could did, has prevailed ! ! !

Jeremy P. Hopkins

JEREMY P. HOPKINS – PARTNER

Education:
Southern Illinois University 
Carbondale, IL (B.S. 1997)
College of William and Mary
Marshall-Wythe School of Law (J.D., 2002)

Practice Areas:
Partner, The Law Firm of Waldo & Lyle
Jeremy’s practice is limited to representing property 
owners in eminent domain proceedings and 
defending private property rights throughout Virginia.

Contact:Jeremy P. Hopkins

 

Jeremy Hopkins [a/k/a] David]  took on the mighty Goliath [VDOT and Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring]

And slew the them.  It was not easy for Hopkins whose law office [a converted regal old home] stands on  in Norfolk's  Freemason Street. Freemason Street  is a place where freemen from at founding of the Commonwealth  have always answered the call to defend the Commonwealth from oppression. 

In this case we have a social engineering Attorney General, who has eyes on the Governor's Mansion and the White House.  Herring has close ties with several of the nation's leading advocates of  social engineering [Holder / Clinton / Obama] was sent a defeat that brings true social justice to Virginia.  Hopefully this win will tone down Herring's aspirations to make Virginia a social welfare state and a haven for moral deviants and it appears to HCN editors he aspires to do.  But these are discussion for another day. 

This was not the first big win for the firm and Hopkins.  HCN holds Dr. Hopkins in high regards for his accomplishments in social justice.  What HCN considers a landmark in keeping government honest and accountable to public is win Hopkins in Virginia's Supreme Court that touched and concerned Virginia's Freedom of Information Act.  That case was Cartwright v. Commonwealth Transportation Commissioner of Virginia [Cartwright v. Commonwealth Transp. Comm'r, 270 Va. 58, 613 S.E.2d 449 (2005)]:

In a Virginia Freedom of Information Act dispute, the circuit court erred in sustaining a state agency's demurrer and in denying plaintiff's petition for a writ of mandamus on the ground that plaintiff had an adequate remedy at law by means of discovery in a pending proceeding against the agency. Plaintiff was not required to prove absence of an adequate remedy at law, nor could the mandamus proceeding be barred on the ground that some other remedy at law was available, and the agency's eventual provision of the requested information did not render plaintiff's appeal moot. The judgment is reversed and the case remanded for further proceedings.

HCN wonder out loud, why the Pilot, when it reports on Democratic Political Activism by its fellow Democrats it keeps from you the dark secrets behind that activism:

And for those who would challenge our premise about the Pilot you would have to go no further than a very historical day[ report of the Wright Brother's Kitty Hawk Flight] in the region, Friday,  December, 18, 1903,   to see under the banner of the Pilot that the Pilot declared itself that That page is at the end of this HCN opinion. 

What the Virginia Pilot reported:    

Attorney General Mark Herring won't ask the Supreme Court of Virginia to reconsider its decision in favor of a Virginia Beach couple in a long-running eminent domain dispute with VDOT.

The attorney general's office filed notice last month that gave it the option of petitioning the court to rehear the case, but Herring said in a statement Thursday that "it's clear that this phase has gone on long enough."

The matter involves a dispute over just compensation for property VDOT took from James and Janet Ramsey in 2009 to complete a ramp project for Interstate 264. It highlighted what the Ramseys and their lawyer contend is a strong-arm eminent domain tactic by VDOT that involves multiple appraisals with large drops in value to pressure property owners into settling.

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously in April that a Circuit Court judge erred in a trial last year by not letting a jury hear that the state's first appraisal of the land it took from the Ramseys, plus damages, was $154,000 more than a later appraisal. The justices sent the case back to Circuit Court.

"VDOT and their counsel will now retake control of the case for further proceedings in Virginia Beach Circuit Court in light of the Supreme Court's ruling, and I'm hopeful that the parties will reach a mutually satisfactory resolution as soon as possible," Herring said in his statement.

The Virginian-Pilot reported last week that the state's outside legal fees in the case since 2010 have reached $140,000 - about the same amount that initially separated the two sides, according to the Ramseys' attorney, Jeremy Hopkins.

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Jihadist Obama at work Stealing Is Legal…if You Work for the Obama Government
Obama's& Hillary Jihad against U.S. Stealing Is Legal…if You Work for the Government

Jihadist Obama at work

Stealing Is Legal…if You Work for the Obama Government

policing for profit

civil asset forfeiture

government seizes cash or other property even though the victimized citizen has never been convicted – or in many cases even charged – with a crime.

government killed a man as part of an anti-gambling investigation undertaken in hopes of using asset forfeiture to steal other people’s cash.

 

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Notwithstanding the title of this post, I’m not going to make an ultra-libertarian argument that all taxation is theft (see the P.P.P.S. below if you want my thoughts on that issue).

Instead, today’s topic is about a more specialized version of theft by government, which technically is called civil asset forfeiture but more accurately should be referred to as policing for profit.

It occurs when the government seizes cash or other property even though the victimized citizen has never been convicted – or in many cases even charged – with a crime.

I wish I was joking. But as you can see from these excerpts from a recent report, this is horrifyingly real.

Simply carrying a large amount of cash in a grocery sack in your car is now sufficient grounds for a police officer to seize your money, a US circuit court has ruled. A panel of the Eighth US Circuit Court of Appeals found that all a deputy has to do to seize cash from a person is say it is drug money. The court refused to return the $63,530 that Deputy Dave Wintle seized from a disabled veteran named Mark A. Brewer during a traffic stop in 2011. Brewer was never charged with a crime or even given a traffic ticket. Yet the decorated Air Force veteran lost his savings when a drug-sniffing dog smelled marijuana on it, even though no cannabis was found in Brewer’s car or his home. …Brewer saved the money from disability payments and his Air Force pay — as documents deputies found in the car indicated.

Since much of our currency contains traces of marijuana and cocaine, there was no way to determine if Mr. Brewer had “drug money” simply on the basis of what the dog smelled.

What’s especially disturbing is that a court agreed that there was no evidence of a crime, but the Judge decided to “assume” the money was criminal.

“The record here does not make clear whether the seized currency constitutes property used to facilitate a drug offense or proceeds from a drug offense,” Judge Bobby E. Shepherd wrote in a March 23 opinion upholding the seizure. “For the purposes of analysis, however, we will assume that the currency facilitated a drug offense and is thus subject to [to be seized].” It was taken through a legal mechanism called civil forfeiture.

And to add injury to injury, the court case will apply to several states.

Even more tragic: The ruling will have a wide impact. “This court case will be the ‘law of the circuit’ for Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and North and South Dakota as well, creating even more barriers for Americans to fight back against unjust seizures in court,” Sibilla wrote.

But we do have a sliver of good news.

Meanwhile, New Mexico has become the second state to effectively eliminate the use of civil forfeiture and seizure by law enforcement. …It still will allow the criminal forfeiture of property, although that legal barrier is much higher for the government. …“This is the first time in decades that a state legislature has taken the bold but necessary step to put an end to the perverse financial incentive in civil forfeiture laws,” Scott Bullock, the attorney in charge of the Institute for Justice’s battle against the practice, stated in a press release. “Thankfully, Governor Martinez and the New Mexico legislature recognized that no one should lose their property without being first convicted of a crime.”

Kudos to Governor Martinez and New Mexico lawmakers.

Now we need action in Washington.

P.S. Here are some other cases of “policing for profit” that should distress all decent people.

*Such as when the government wanted to steal someone’s truck because a different person was arrested for drunk driving.

*Such as when the government tried to steal the bond money a family has collected to bail out a relative.

*Such as when the government seized nearly $400,000 of a business owner’s money because it was in the possession of an armored car company suspected of wrongdoing.

*Such as when the government sought to confiscate an office building from the owner because a tenant was legally selling medical marijuana.

*Such as when the government killed a man as part of an anti-gambling investigation undertaken in hopes of using asset forfeiture to steal other people’s cash.

*And you can read several other outrageous examples by clicking here.

All I can say is that our Founding Fathers must be rolling over in their graves. They gave us a marvelous Constitution precisely to protect citizens from government abuse.

Yet now courts routinely allow governments at all levels to run roughshod over our civil liberties.

P.P.S. It surely must say something that the first two directors of the Justice Department’s asset forfeiture office now say the law is riddled with abuse and should be repealed.

P.P.P.S. For what it’s worth, here’s my two cents on the issue of taxation and theft. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously opined, when seeking to define pornography, that “I know it when I see it.” That’s not exactly a firm legal definition, but I’ve always liked his reasoning. When I look at a jurisdiction such as Hong Kong, with a relatively small and honest government, I think of taxes as an unfortunate but acceptable price to pay. But when I think of nations with bloated public sectors and maliciously destructive tax regimes, then there’s little doubt in my mind that taxation is theft. And that’s true if the government issinisterly malign, such as Venezuela, or a failing welfare state, such as France.

Especially when tax rates exceed 100 percent!

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