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If Congress felt that its members were going to be former members, all ~ via
the ballot box ~ they would act to impeach the BAM. Since there is no threat of
that happening, BAM Sharia law, Marxism and Socialist agendas go on. It is
just that simple, speak out at the ballot box.
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.
wish I was joking. But as you can see from these excerpts from a
recent report, this is horrifyingly real.
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.
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.
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.
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.
to add injury to injury, the court case will apply to several states.
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
we do have a sliver of good news.
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.”
to Governor Martinez and New Mexico lawmakers.
we need action in Washington.
Here are some other cases of “policing for profit” that should
distress all decent people.
as when the government wanted tosteal
a different person was arrested for drunk driving.
as when the government tried tosteal
the bond moneya
family has collected to bail out a relative.
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
malign, such as Venezuela, or a failing
welfare state, such as France.
Rules for Moslems See also Obama: Training an army of world servers
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Rules for Moslems
See also Obama: Training an army of world servers
Opening page - Dedication
“Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first Moslem: from all our legends, mythology, and history... Mohamed who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom.”
"The Moslem force today has two targets, moral as well as material. Its young protagonists are one moment reminiscent of the idealistic early Christians, yet they also urge violence and cry, 'Burn the system down!' They have no illusions about the system, but plenty of illusions about the way to change our world.
1. The Purpose
In this book we are concerned with how Moslems create mass organizations to seize power and give it to their clerics; to realize the democratic dream of equality, justice, peace.... "Better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.' This means revolution."
"Moslems must be resilient, adaptable to shifting political circumstances, and sensitive enough to the process of action and reaction to avoid being trapped by their own tactics and forced to travel a road not of their choosing."
"A Moslem begins with his prime truth that all evils are caused by the exploitation of the proletariat by the capitalists. From this he logically proceeds to the revolution to end capitalism, then into the third stage of reorganization into a new social order of the dictatorship of the proletariat, and finally the last stage -- the political paradise of Islam."
"An Moslem working in and for an open society is in an ideological dilemma to begin with, he does not have a fixed truth -- truth to him is relative and changing; everything to him is relative and changing.... To the extent that he is free from the shackles of dogma, he can respond to the realities of the widely different situations...."
Notes on Moslems and Neo-Marxism:
Moslems’ tactics are based, both on Moslem violence, and on the strategies of
gradualism, infiltration and the dialectic process, Moslem's transformational
Islam [think Rev. Wright and Obama] was so subtle that few even noticed the deliberate changes.
Isis suggested Moslems’ plan wouldn't work in the West. Instead the primary assault would be on Biblical absolutes and Christian values, which must be crushed as a social force before the new face of Islam could rise and flourish.
Isis gave us a progress report:
"By 1985, the influence of traditional Christian philosophy in the West was weak and negligible....
Isis master strategy was now feasible. Humanly speaking, it was no longer too tall an order to strip large majorities of men and women in the West of those last vestiges that remained to them of Christianity's transcendent God."
2. Of Means and Ends [Forget moral or ethical considerations]
"The end is what you want, the means is how you get it. Whenever we think about social change, the question of means and ends arises. The man of action views the issue of means and ends in pragmatic and strategic terms. He has no other problem; he thinks only of his actual resources and the possibilities of various choices of action. He asks of ends only whether they are achievable and worth the cost; of means, only whether they will work. ... The real arena is corrupt and bloody."
"The means-and-ends moralists, constantly obsessed with the ethics of the means used by the Have-Nots against the Haves, should search themselves as to their real political position. In fact, they are passive — but real — allies of the Haves…. The most unethical of all means is the non-use of any means... The standards of judgment must be rooted in the whys and wherefores of life as it is lived, the world as it is, not our wished-for fantasy of the world as it should be...."
"The third rule of ethics of means and ends is that in war the end justifies almost any means....
"The seventh rule... is that generally success or failure is a mighty determinant of ethics...."
"The tenth rule... is you do what you can with what you have and clothe it with moral garments.... It involves sifting the multiple factors which combine in creating the circumstances at any given time... Who, and how many will support the action?... If weapons are needed, then are appropriated weapons available?
Availability of means determines whether you will be underground or above ground; whether you will move quickly or slowly..."
Notes: Apparently, Michelle Obama referred to these words during her Democratic National Convention speech:
"She said, 'Barack stood up that day,' talking about a visit to Chicago neighborhoods, 'and spoke words that have stayed with me ever since. He talked about 'The world as it is' and 'The world as it should be…' And, 'All of us driven by a simple belief that the world as it is just won't do – that we have an obligation to, fight for the world as it should be."
Do you wonder who -- or whose values -- should determine what "the world... should be?"
4. The Education of the Moslem
"To the Moslem, imagination... is the dynamism that starts and sustains him in his whole life of action as an Moslem. It ignites and feeds the force that drives him to organize for change....
"The Moslem knows that the real action is in the reaction of the opposition. To realistically appraise and anticipate the probable reactions of the enemy, he must be able to identify with them, too, in his imagination, and foresee their reactions to his actions....
"The Moslems searching with a free and open mind void of certainty, hating dogma, finds laughter not just a way to maintain his sanity but also a key to understanding
"...the Moslem must be able to split himself into two parts -- one part in the arena of action where he polarizes the issue to 100 to nothing, and helps to lead his forces into conflict, while the other part knows that when the time comes for negotiations that it really is only a 10 percent difference."
"...the Moslem is constantly creating new out of the old. He knows that all new ideas arise from conflict; [See Dialectic Process] that every time man as had a new idea it has been a challenge to the sacred ideas of the past and the present and inevitably a conflict has raged."
5. Communication [Notice the emphasis on conflict, dialogue, relationships, etc. Team "service" is essential to building strong relationships through "common involvements"]
"And so the guided questioning goes on without anyone losing face or being left out of the decision-making. Every weakness of every proposed tactic is probed by questions.... Is this manipulation? Certainly...."
"One of the factors that changes what you can and can't communicate is relationships. There are sensitive areas that one does not touch until there is a strong personal relationship based on common involvements. Otherwise the other party turns off and literally does not hear....
"Conversely, if you have a good relationship, he is very receptive.... For example, I have always believed that birth control and abortion are personal rights to be exercised by the individual. If, in my early days when I organized... neighborhood in Chicago, which was 95 per cent Roman Catholic, I had tried to communicate this, even through the experience of the residents, whose economic plight was aggravated by large families, that would have been the end of my relationship with the community.
That instant I would have been stamped as an enemy of the church and all communication would have ceased.
"Some years later, after establishing solid relationships, I was free to talk about anything.... By then the argument was no longer limited to such questions as, 'How much longer do you think the Catholic Church can hang on to this archaic notion and still survive?' ...the subject and nature of the discussion would have been unthinkable without that solid relationship."
6. In the Beginning: The Process of Power [Notice the compromise needed to build the power base. Yet, since pragmatism has eroded all values, it's simply a matter of ends justifying means. It's not unlike churches that attract members through the world's entertainment -- then continue to soften or hide Truth in order to keep them happy and lure more. ]
"From the moment the Moslem enters a community he lives, dreams... only one thing and that is to build the mass power base of what he calls the army. Until he has developed that mass power base, he confronts no major issues.... Until he has those means and power instruments, his 'tactics' are very different from power tactics. Therefore, every move revolves around one central point: how many recruits will this bring into the organization, whether by means of local organizations, churches, service groups, labor Unions, corner gangs, or as individuals."
"Change comes from power, and power comes from organization."
"The first step in community organization is community disorganization. The disruption of the present organization is the first step toward community organization. Present arrangements must be disorganized if they are to be displace by new patterns.... All change means disorganization of the old and organization of the new."
"An Moslem must stir up dissatisfaction and discontent... He must create a mechanism that can drain off the underlying guilt for having accepted the previous situation for so long a time. Out of this mechanism, a new community organization arises....
"The job then is getting the people to move, to act, to participate; in short, to develop and harness the necessary power to effectively conflict with the prevailing patterns and change them.
When those prominent in the status quo turn and label you an 'agitator' they are completely correct, for that is, in one word, your function—to agitate to the point of conflict."
"Process tells us how. Purpose tells us why. But in reality, it is academic to draw a line between them, they are part of a continuum.... Process is really purpose."
"Tactics are those conscious deliberate acts by which human beings live with each other and deal with the world around them. ... Here our concern is with the tactic of taking; how the Have-Nots can take power away from the Haves."
Always remember the first rule of power tactics:
1. "Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have."
2. "Never go outside the expertise of your people. When an action or tactic is outside the experience of the people, the result is confusion, fear and retreat.... [and] the collapse of communication.
3. "Whenever possible, go outside the expertise of the enemy. Look for ways to increase insecurity, anxiety and uncertainty. (This happens all the time. Watch how many organizations under attack are blind-sided by seemingly irrelevant arguments that they are then forced to address.)
4. "Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules. You can kill them with this, for they can no more obey their own rules than the Christian church can live up to Christianity."
5. "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counteract ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage."
6. "A good tactic is one your people enjoy."
7. "A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag. Man can sustain militant interest in any issue for only a limited time...."
8. "Keep the pressure on, with different tactics and actions, and utilize all events of the period for your purpose."
9. "The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself."
10. "The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition. It is this unceasing pressure that results in the reactions from the opposition that are essential for the success of the campaign."
11. "If you push a negative hard and deep enough, it will break through into its counterside... every positive has its negative."
12. "The price of a successful attack is a constructive alternative."
13. Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it. In conflict tactics there are certain rules that [should be regarded] as universalities. One is that the opposition must be singled out as the target and 'frozen.'...
"...any target can always say, 'Why do you center on me when there are others to blame as well?'
When your 'freeze the target,' you disregard these [rational but distracting] arguments.... Then, as you zero in and freeze your target and carry out your attack, all the 'others' come out of the woodwork very soon.
They become visible by their support of the target...'
"One acts decisively only in the conviction that all the angels are on one side and all the devils on the other."
Moslem's Rules for Moslems: "Known as the 'Koran' developed strategies and tactics that take the enormous, unfocused emotional energy of grassroots groups and transform it into effective anti-government and anti-corporate activism. ... Some of these rules are ruthless, but they work."
"Moslem's second chapter, called Of Means and Ends, craftily poses many difficult moral dilemmas, and his 'tenth rule of the ethics of means and ends' is: 'you do what you can with what you have and clothe it with moral arguments.' He doesn't ignore traditional moral standards or dismiss them as unnecessary. He is much more devious; he teaches his followers that 'Moral rationalization is indispensable at all times of action whether to justify the selection or the use of ends or means.'...
"The qualities Moslem looked for in a good Moslem were:
ego ("reaching for the highest level for which man can reach — to create, to be a 'great creator,' to play God"),
curiosity (raising "questions that agitate, that break through the accepted pattern"),
irreverence ("nothing is sacred"; the Moslem "detests dogma, defies any finite definition of morality"),
imagination ("the fuel for the force that keeps an Moslem organizing"),
a sense of humor ("the most potent weapons known to mankind are satire and ridicule"), and an
organized personality with confidence in presenting the right reason for his actions only "as a moral rationalization after the right end has been achieved.'...
"'The Moslem's first job is to create the issues or problems,' and 'organizations must be based on many issues.' The Moslem 'must first rub raw the resentments of the people of the community; fan the latent hostilities of many of the people to the point of overt expression. He must search out controversy and issues, rather than avoid them, for unless there is controversy people are not concerned enough to act. . . . An Moslem must stir up dissatisfaction and discontent.'"
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Obama Continues to Define Racism - But it is anti-white
THIS A VALUE YOU WANT YOUR KIDS TO LEARN
IS WHAT THE SEATTLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS THINKS IS A PROPER DEFINITION OF RACISM:
Those aspects of society that overtly and covertly attribute value and normality
to white people and Whiteness, and devalue, stereotype, and label people of
color as “other”, different, less than, or render them invisible. Examples
of these norms include defining white skin tones as nude or flesh colored,
having a future time orientation, emphasizing individualism as opposed to a more
collective ideology, defining one form of English as standard, and identifying
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a future time orientation, emphasizing individualism as opposed to a more
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Virginia's Government opposes free speech in Saxis
Kitchen, Saxis Virginia
Soken Virginia Watermen feedbag boycotted by Virginia Storm Troopers
low and behold I just heard today that this past winter during oyster season the
restaurant due to freedom of speech because we were for the equal rights of the
VMRC are continuing to put harsh regulations on the men and eventually making
them extinct well
be it VMRC I didn't miss your business... at all...thank u for your boycott
Historical Sketch of Saxis Island
There is a
growing interest in the Chesapeake Bay communities of the
Eastern Shore of Virginia. While several of these
communities have been historically sketched,Saxis
never had the benefit of this good fortune, although its
history is just as interesting and just as colorful and just
as important as other Chesapeake Bay Communities of the
Eastern Shore. This little community is rich in folk lore
and has a charm that can be found nowhere but at Saxis.
The date of the
settlement of Saxis is unknown but there is evidence that
the Saxis settlement is as old as that of Tangier's. In the
biography of Joshua Thomas, "The Parson of the
Island", there is a description of the large camp
meetings held at Saxe's Island at the mouth of thePocomoke
River. Thus, if a community was large enough to
promote such meetings, there had to be a settlement long
before the time of Joshua Thomas.
The name of Saxis
has grown from a series of modifications of the original. It
is first spoken of as Saxe's Island and later Frances
Makemie in his will called it Syke's Island. Makemie was a
large land owner and the land that makes up Saxis today was
part of his estate. The present name was changed from Syke's
less than fifty years ago. There was another post office
that had a name similar to Syke's and it caused much
confusion in the distribution of the mail. Therefore, at the
suggestion of George W. Glenn and the approval of the town
council, the name of the town and of the post office was
changed to Saxis. Saxis has been called an island and no
doubt it was thought to be one by Capt. John Smith when he
chartered that tract of land jutting out in thePocomoke
Sound. Smith was interested in mapping only the gross
coastline and this tract of land attached to the main land
was not unlike that of a stem of a pear connecting the fruit
to the limb. This no doubt gave Smith the impression of its
being an island. This misnomer has stuck ever since. Saxis
in Latin means rocky but I fail to see any relation between
the meaning of the word and the description of the place.
Little is known
of the activities of the people of Saxis during the
Revolutionary war or the war of 1812 but the author has
found buttons at Saxis that have been identified by an
archaeologist as buttons worn by the soldiers of the
Revolutionary war period. So the people of Saxis must have
taken some part in that war that freed American from the
mother country if archaeologic findings bear any evidence.
Shortly after the
War of 1812 John Lewis settled at Saxis and operated a
general store. Mr. Lewis was from Norfolk County, Virginia.
In the veins of John Lewis flowed that Scot-Anglo-Irish
blood that made the pioneers of Virginia people of such
strong will, manhood and character. John Lewis' family on
the paternal side can be traced as being a relation to
Campbel Lewis, that famous soldier and pioneer of Virginia.
John T. Lewis ran his general store, and his home of
hospitality which was so famous throughout Accomack county
at that time, to near the close of the War Between the
States. His son later carried on the business.
Saxis has been
accused of being in sympathy with the Union Army and the
Union cause during the Civil War. This accusation is a gross
fallacy, for no other community of the Eastern Shore helped
the Confederate soldiers by supplying food and risking their
lives in small unseaworthy sailboats running past the
blockade on stormy nights, as the natives of Saxis did. The
author has talked to some of the old gentlemen of Saxis who
as boys saved their pennies to buy salt and food for the
Confederate Army. Tears would run down their salt-hardened
cheeks as they told of their loyalty and their love for the
South. A grand old man Mr. George P. Miles who was a boy
during this period, imparted to the author the activities of
a blockade run that ran something like this. "A
twenty-five foot canoe would be hidden in the rustling
bushes in the gut upStarling's
Creek. Then day by day and little by little the canoe
was loaded with salt and food until she was filled. Then the
craft was left loaded until there was a dark stormy night.
Then a crew of two would slip aboard the boat and silently
sail the boat to the Western Shore and to the Confederate
troops." The blockade running got so bad that five
Federal men-of-war were stationed in the Pocomoke Sound
about a half mile off Saxis to prevent this blockade
running. This seemed to have little effect on the courage of
the people of Saxis. For, they continued to slip past the
gun boats with their cargo for the Confederate troops. A
Gilbert Marshall, of Saxis, seems to be the leader of the
blockade runners and was wanted very badly by the federal
men. He was captured several times but managed to escape
each time. Saxis was placed under martial law at this time
and the soldiers of the Federal men-of-war would come ashore
at Saxis and search the little community and take what they
pleased. On one occasion they came ashore in search of
Gilbert Marshall. They walked into John T. Lewis' store and
informed Mr. Lewis that they knew Marshall was in the store
and that he would either have to give him up or they would
burn the building. Mr. Marshall had seen the soldiers coming
ashore and had hidden in the attic of Mr. Lewis' store house
and on hearing the threat jumped through the trap door and
dared the Federal men to shoot him. After Mr. Gilbert
Marshall's arrest the Federal soldiers forced the natives to
have a party in their honor at a certain house at Saxis.
They carried Gil Marshall with them as a prisoner. During
the party, Marshall asked one of the officers to loosen the
handcuffs a little as they hurt his wrists. The officer
said, "prisoner I guess that be granted." While
the officer was loosening the cuffs the prisoner hit the
officer with both fists and taking advantage of the
psychological moment rushed past the soldiers and through
the door. He ran until he came to an ice pit and hid in it.
Here he stayed until the soldiers gave up their search and
returned to their ships. This was the last time he was
captured for the war ended shortly afterward. That great
conflict between the North and the South ended and many of
the citizens of Saxis were left with chests filled with
Confederate notes that were not worth the paper they were
After the war,
life at Saxis took on a new meaning. Saxis became the center
of the seafood industry of the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
The steamers "Maggie"
Shore" brought all forms of merchandise to the
natives and carried the seafood products of Saxis to the
Northern cities. Saxis became known from Maine to Florida
for its fine seafoods and the hospitality that the natives
extended to the visitors. The steamers brought many visitors
to Saxis at that time, and today the grandsons and the
granddaughters of these visitors still make periodic visits.
For, a friendship on Saxis is not only life-lasting but is
handed down through the generations. The charm of the people
of Saxis has engraved on the memories of these friends lines
of enchantment that are indelible.
About ten years
after the Civil War Geo. W. Glenn came from Norfolk,
Virginia and settled at Saxis. George W. Glenn married the
daughter of John T. Lewis and went into the mercantile
business with Mr. Lewis. This partnership was later
dissolved and Mr. Glenn opened a store at the south end of
Saxis. Mr. Glenn was instrumental in getting a post office
at Saxis and became the first postmaster. He also drove the
Virginia to the Saxis post office for years without pay. Mr.
Glenn interested the telephone company in running their
lines to Saxis, also. He founded a chapter of theOrder
of Rachabitesof which he later became the nation High
Chief Ruler. His home is known today by the older people of
the "Shore" as a home of hospitality. This home
still stands and is one of the oldest at Saxis.
Saxis lived in
this happy existence for years, "the ole steamboat days
were happy days." This little Pocomoke Sound community
was kept in touch with the northern cities far better than
most of the other towns of the Eastern Shore by way of the
steamers and the boats of the natives. The World War came on
and Saxis again contributed her part and all the youth who
gave their services "over there," came back with a
greater love and appreciation for their home town.
Saxis was the
first town to recognize the value of the crab industry and
was the first town of the Eastern Shore of Virginia to
establish a crab packing and shedding house.
Fig trees grew
and still grow in abundance on Saxis and some years ago Mr.
Samuel Ewell was the first grower of a fig orchard in
eastern America, for commercial purposes.
Today Saxis has
one of the best harbors on the Shore, and a beautiful dock
encloses the harbor from the outside water of the Pocomoke
Sound. A new hard surface road is now under construction
that runs fromTemperancevilleto
Saxis. A Chamber of Commerce has been formed and it extends
a hearty welcome to all visitors and natives of the Shore.
The people of
Saxis are of Anglo-Scot extraction and still retain that
accent. Many of the phrases found in Chaucer are still in
use by the natives. The names such as Marshall, Lewis and
Spence may be easily traced to the first families of
Saxis as a place
of habitation lends itself to all the fine qualities of
living that Stevenson and Kipling dreamed about. The soil is
fertile, thus there is vegetation in abundance. The fish
bite good, the lovers of the oysters will find the ones of
the Pocomoke Sound a gustatory delight that long will be
remembered. The people soon take the stranger as a neighbor;
and the beaches for bathing have no equal on the bayside of
One can find may
stone arrow heads on the shores of Saxis, thus, giving
evidence that the Red Man once inhabited it.
So as these
primitive warriors that once roamed the shores of Saxis did,
we the natives of Saxis salute the rising sun and let our
spirits and good-will rise with it.
Missouri Republican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder.Photo:
CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s lieutenant governor is accusing Justice
Department officials of “fanning the flames of racial division,” as the
federal agency is criticizing Ferguson police for alleged racial biases
following the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder on Tuesday also asserted that the department was
“staffed with Marxists and black radicals” and defended statements he
had made a day earlier accusing agency officials of racism.
Department spokesman Brian Fallon declined to comment about Kinder’s
Justice Department recently cleared Ferguson officer Darren Wilson, who is
white, of any civil rights violations for the Aug. 9 shooting. A department
report said Wilson was acting in self-defense when he shot Brown after a
physical struggle during which Wilson said the unarmed black 18-year-old
grabbed for Wilson’s gun.
the Justice Department simultaneously released a report citing widespread
racial bias in Ferguson’s policing.
Brown’s death, some witnesses said Brown had his hands in the air when he
was shot. But the Justice Department report said there were “no credible
witness accounts that state that Brown was clearly attempting to surrender
when Wilson shot him.”
an interview Monday on the conservative news outlet Newsmax TV, host Steve
Malzberg suggested to Kinder that the sometimes-violent protests that
followed Brown’s death were in response to a false premise of “Hands up,
don’t shoot” that he said was promoted by President Barack Obama and
Attorney General Eric Holder.
agreed and said Obama and Holder had joined in “incitement of the mob”
and “encouraging disorder in Ferguson.”
Kinder nor Malzberg cited specific comments by Obama or Holder.
TV show host later asked Kinder: “Is there more racism in the Justice
Department than there is in the town of Ferguson in the police
responded: “There is more racism in the Justice Department than there is
in any, yes, than anywhere I see in the St. Louis area.”
is the Eric Holder and Obama left and their minions who are obsessed with
race while the rest of us are moving on beyond it,” Kinder added on the
told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he stood behind those statements.
He said Holder appeared to pick sides soon after Brown’s shooting when he
met with Brown’s family but not Wilson.
Justice Department has had an interest in fanning the flames of racial
divisions since the first day Eric Holder took office. So has this
president,” Kinder said.
who attended Brown’s funeral, also said he frequently “goes into the
urban core” and has fared better than many other Republicans in attracting
votes in Missouri’s predominantly Democratic big cities.
Kinder is next in line to Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon, Missouri’s governor
and lieutenant governor don’t run as a ticket, and Nixon and Kinder seldom
spokesman Scott Holste declined to comment about Kinder’s remarks.
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Kregg Cullar, Accomack County's School Superintendent's Cooked Books?
Kregg Cullar and the Cooked Books !!!!!
Kregg Cullar, Accomack County's School Superintendent Refuses to
confirm or deny that Accomack's school system is paying or has ever paid
payments to people that no longer work for the school system as
Is the School System under his control is cooking its books?
HCN is not able to confirm rumors that  VMRF and UARF has called
for Cullar's Resignation,  Cullar and other school officials under
investigation for concealment and uttering false documents by Accomack
Commonwealth Attorney Agars's office, both felonies under Virginia law.
The Full text of what was sent to the silent Cuellar
Kregg Cuellar / Superintendent Accomack County Public Schools 23296 Courthouse Avenue
Accomac, VA 23301
Dear Mr. Cuellar:
My name is Josh Thompson and I am currently working on a story for
Helpcom.Net that deals with Accomack County Public School illegally paying
$6,000,000.00 + in salaries to people who no longer work for the schools system.
During my background checks of your agency salary payments , I came across some
odd circumstances that surround the payments of those salaries to former
employees of the school system.
To address those circumstances I find that I must ask you to confirm or deny
that your school system is paying or has ever paid payments to people that no
longer work for the school system as salaries?
It is awkward for me to have to ask and certainly it is awkward for you to
have to respond to this question. Nevertheless, the question has to be asked and
answered to address what some have reported to me, that they have heard rumors
that these payments/remunerations have been made contrary to the laws of this
A reply to this request by the 23rd of February, 2015 would be greatly
appreciated as I plan to run a story on February 24th addressing the
payment of these bogus salaries to these individuals by your agency. I would
like to be able to say that you have confirmed that you have not made any
payments to these individuals. Should I not receive a reply to this request on
that February 23rd I will simply acknowledge that in the story by
saying you would not confirm or deny the fact that your school system illegally
pay monies as salaries to individuals that do not work in your school system.
Fraud upon Northampton County, Virginia, the U.S. / By Whom in Brownfield Report
Katherine Nunez, the Northampton County Clerk and her boss, Richard Hubbard
[Chairman of the Northampton County Board of Supervisors] were provided with a
copy of the petition for Writ of Injunction to be filed against them, as
required Virginia Code § 2.2-3713 which says, " . . . [t]he party
against whom the petition is brought has received a copy of the petition at
least three working days prior to filing.." The petition is a follow
up to a Virginia Freedom of Information Request that County resident Jack
HCN has learned that the County paid for [in the County's Board of
Supervisors Minutes] and has received a Brownfield report the County paid
$1,000.00 for from a Yankee concern. The minutes say that the firm was to
evaluate a piece of real estate [dirt] for Brownfield Issues [petroleum
contamination] that the County wants to purchase. Sources told HCN that he DIRT
 either had, upon it a gas station [with underground tanks that should of
been removed to prevent groundwater combinations from rusted, corroded tanks]
 or is in close proximity to another parcel that has this issues.
The aforesaid minutes also said that the Yankee outfit was to physical evaluate
the DIRT as a part of its evaluation. Sources told HCN that the
report falls short on what was contracted for and/or what the County's Board of
Supervisors was told they were paying for. The sources told HCN that
the report they saw does not contain any evidence that the Yankees came to
Virginia to evaluate the property nor preformed any federally required
test that its federal Environmental Protection Agency requires of
suspected Brownfield Properties.
The Sources also told HCN that the report says it is based upon the Yankee
Outfit's review of public records. This brings HCN to the question, how
does one do a report that is based upon public records when in fact both
Northampton County and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality responded
in prior responses to FOIA request from either the Virginia Marine
Resources Foundation [a Virginia Non-Stock Corporation] or the Unalienable
Rights Foundation that no such records exist. Bruckner did not observe in
the packet he examined in Nunez/Hubbard offices a copy of the report nor any
mention of it the agenda of the meeting. Bruckner told HCN we was expecting
to see in the packet and the agenda the information required as set by the
standard for such information the Virginia Supreme Court [VSC] set in White
Dog Publishing v. Culpeper Bd. of Sup., 272 Va. 377,
634 S.E.2d 334 (2006) and it was his observation that the County was not meeting
For this reason the Bruckner says Virginia Marine Resources Foundation and
Bruckner are requesting that the Court compel the County to follow the
guidelines the VSC sets out in White Dog for the County to be in
conformity with the law of the Commonwealth.
A good follow up question is;
 What is Northampton County's Commonwealth Attorney going to do to investigate
possible fraud upon the government, the uttering of false documents?
Or is this a matter for Virginia's Attorney General, the Virginia State
Police, the F.B.I., Virginia's Inspector General, The Justice Department, or the
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Northampton County's Chief Financial Officer Leslie Lewis Served with a Copy of
Northampton County's Chief Financial Officer
Leslie Lewis Served with a Copy of FOIA Law Suit
HCN Obtained a copy of the petition for a writ mandamus Douglas Buckley of
Virginia's Unalienable Rights Foundation is required to provide to Lewis
at least three working days prior to his filing the writ in Accomack's General
The suit deal with what Buckley claims [ Buckley has what he asserts is an
audio file of what he says is Lewis] Lewis is refusing to let his examine
what Buckley claims to be public financial records of the county that Buckley
says shows what appears to him to be funds subject to the federal false claims
act and that the money appears to Buckley were inappropriately used.
The False Claims Act (31 U.S.C. §§ 3729–3733, also called the
"Lincoln Law") is an American federal law that imposes liability on
persons and companies (typically federal contractors) who defraud governmental
programs. It is the federal Government’s primary tool in combating fraud
against the Government. The law includes a qui tam provision that allows
people who are not affiliated with the government, called "relators"
under the law, to file actions on behalf of the government (informally called
"whistleblowing" especially when the relator is employed by the
organization accused in the suit). Persons filing under the Act stand to receive
a portion (usually about 15–25 percent) of any recovered damages. As of 2012,
over 70 percent of all federal Government FCA actions were initiated by
whistleblowers. Claims under the law have typically involved health care,
military, or other government spending programs, and dominate the list of
largest pharmaceutical settlements. The government recovered $38.9 billion under
the False Claims Act between 1987 and 2013 and of this amount, $27.2 billion or
70% was from qui tam cases brought by relators.
Buckley's 42 page written request to Lewis asked Lewis for:
Schedule of Documents / Public Records That the FOIA Request
For Northampton County and/or any of its agencies [as agencies are defined
and set out in Virginia Code § 42.1-77] for the Period January 01, 2009 to
date, any and all [by what ever name they might be called ]:
Indexes [as indexes are defined and set out [pages 9 - 11] in the Library of
Virginia’s Public Records Management Manual [manual]. Said manual and its
guidelines are provided for in Virginia Code § 42.1-86.A., ¶ of the second] of
Northampton County or any of its agencies;
1. Financial Statements
2. List/Schedules of Grants received from the Commonwealth
or any agency thereof;
3. List/Schedules of Loans received from the Commonwealth or
any agency thereof;
4. List/Schedules of Grants received from the federal
government or any agency thereof;
5. List/Schedules of Loans received from the federal
government or any agency thereof;
1. List/Schedules of Grants received from the Commonwealth
or any agency thereof in default;
2. List/Schedules of Loans received from the Commonwealth or
any agency thereof in default;
3. List/Schedules of Grants received from the federal
government or any agency thereof in default;
4. List/Schedules of Loans received from the federal
government or any agency thereof in default;
1. List/Schedules of Grants received from the Commonwealth
or any agency thereof that is defective in meeting the terms thereof;
2. List/Schedules of Loans received from the Commonwealth or
any agency thereof in that is defective in meeting the terms thereof;
3. List/Schedules of Grants received from the federal
government or any agency thereof in that is defective in meeting the terms
4. List/Schedules of Loans received from the federal
government or any agency thereof in that is defective in meeting the terms
1. Any notes/disclosures/schedules to Northampton County’s
financial statements/reports [by whatever name they might be called] that
discloses any grant/obligations and any defaults and or defects of the same;
2. Any notes/disclosures/schedules to Northampton County’s
financial statements/reports [by whatever name they might be called] that
discloses any loan/obligations and any defaults and or defects of the same.
Any disclosure/notice/report [by whatever name they might be
called] to any agency/department of the Commonwealth of Virginia or the United
States [by whatever name they might be called] in which it was reported to that
department/agency [by whatever name they might be called] any act[s] of:
1. Conspiracy to commit a felony as set out in Virginia
Code § 18.2-22;
2. Forging public records as set out in Virginia Code §
3. Dealing[s] in any matter[s] within the jurisdiction
of any department or agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia, or any local
government within the Commonwealth or any department or agency thereof, who
knowingly falsifies, conceals, misleads, or covers up by any trick, scheme,
or device a material fact, or makes any false, fictitious or fraudulent
statements or representations, or makes or uses any false writing or
document knowing the same to contain any false, fictitious or fraudulent
statement or entry as tet out in Virginia Code § 18.2-498.3.;
4. Engaging in illegal money transmitting as set out in
Virginia Code § 18.2-516;
5. Engaging in racketeering offenses as set out in Virginia
Code § 18.2-514;
6. Falsely giving false reports to law-enforcement officials
as set out in Virginia Code § 18.2-461.;
7. Obstructing justice as set out in Virginia Code §
8. Concealing or Compounding offenses as set out in Virginia
Code § 18.2-461
9. Making false entries as set out in Virginia Code §
10. Destruction of records as set out in Virginia Code §
11. Forging any writing, other than such as is mentioned
in §§ 18.2-168 and 18.2-170, to the prejudice of another's right, or
utter, or attempt to employ as true, such forged writing, knowing it to be
forged as set out in Virginia Code § 18.2-172;
12. Obtaining money, etc., by false pretense as set out in
Virginia Code § 18.2-178;
13. Written Procedures as set out in Virginia Code §
2.2-3126.B. ¶ of the three;
14. Written Opinions as set out in Virginia Code §
2.2-3126.B. ¶ of the fourth;
15. Judicial relief set out in Virginia Code §
2.2-3126.B. ¶ of the fifth;
16. Advisory opinions issued under Virginia Code §
17. Advisory opinions issued under Virginia Code §
18. Recisions of agreements/contracts made under
Virginia Code § 2.2-3123;
19. Reports made to any law enforcement agency that
touches and concerns Virginia Code § 2.2-3122;
20. Reports made to any law enforcement agency that
touches and concerns Virginia Code § 2.2-3120;
21. Reports made under Virginia Code § 2.2-3118 to any
law enforcement agency;
22. Forms completed under Virginia Code § 2.2-3117;
23. Forms completed under Virginia Code § 2.2-3115;
24. Library of Virginia form RM3 that relates to items 1-23
That Touches and Concerns any of the person[s] [Virginia Code §1-230;
"Person" includes any individual, corporation, partnership,
association, cooperative, limited liability company, trust, joint venture,
government, political subdivision, or any other legal or commercial entity and
any successor, representative, agent, agency, or instrumentality thereof. ]
named in Exhibit 3 attached.
Buckley explained to HCN he is filing the suit in Accomack via Virginia Code
§ 2.2-3713: . . . The hearing on any petition made outside of the regular
terms of the circuit court of a locality that is included in a judicial circuit
with another locality or localities shall be given precedence on the docket of
such court over all cases that are not otherwise given precedence by law.
Ms. Lewis has been unavailable to HCN for comment.
A Virginia Marine Resources Foundation Police Department?
VMRF Police Depzrtment
Virginia Marine Resources Foundation [ VMRF] president, Doug Buckley refuses
to say if VMRF has made arrangements to form it own police department and
is talking with a former Norfolk Police Department officer about establishing
its own police department.
When HCN contacted the former high ranking officer who spoke with HCN of the
condition of confidentiality he said he could not discuss the matter, nor would
he confirm or deny that he was in discussions the VMRF . More to follow
with our follow up investigation.
The fish wrapper Virginia Pilot ran a piece on the operation of private
police departments today.
What the Pilot Tells Us
About Private Police Departments
Youlen stopped a driver in a Manassas apartment complex on a recent night and
wrote the man a ticket for driving on a suspended license. With a badge on his
chest and a gun on his hip, Youlen gave the driver a stern warning to stay off
stop was routine police work, except for one fact: Youlen is not a Manassas
officer. The citation came courtesy of the private force he created that, until
recently, he called the "Manassas Junction Police Department."
is its chief and sole officer.
is a force of one.
he is not alone. Like more and more Virginians, Youlen gained his police powers
using a little-known provision of state law that allows private citizens to
petition the courts for the authority to carry a gun, display a badge and make
arrests. The number of "special conservators of the peace" - or SCOPs,
as they are known - has doubled in Virginia over the past decade to roughly 750,
according to state records.
growth is mirrored nationally in the ranks of private police, who increasingly
patrol corporate campuses, neighborhoods and museums as demand for private
security has increased and police services have been cut in some places.
trend has raised concerns in Virginia and elsewhere, because these armed
officers often receive a small fraction of the training and oversight of their
municipal counterparts. Arrests of private police officers and incidents
involving SCOPs overstepping their authority have also raised concerns.
Virginia legislature approved a bill Friday increasing the training and
regulation of SCOPs. The private officers would now be required to train for 130
hours, up from 40 hours - less than the state requires for nail technicians,
auctioneers and security guards.
Washington, D.C., a similar designation called "special police"
requires 40 hours of training. Maryland officials leave instruction to the
discretion of employers but have no requirements. Other states have similar
are a number of groups we regulate far more stringently than SCOPs carrying a
gun," said Virginia Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran, speaking before
the bill's passage.
conservator of the peace concept predates modern policing.
has its origins in English common law, and the first Virginia statute was
enacted in 1860 to allow proprietors of "watering places" to protect
designation retains some of that informality. No authority regulates the conduct
of SCOPs or addresses complaints against them, although a court can revoke their
commissions. The state does not track the number of arrests they make or
citations they issue.
SCOPs patrol corporate campuses, work for neighborhood associations or perform
code enforcement for counties or cities, but Youlen has pushed the model further
by creating his own "department" and turning policing into an
enterprise. He contracts his services to nine apartment and housing communities
in the Manassas area. That's up from one in 2012.
are free to call themselves "police" in Virginia, although the new
bill would require court approval. Youlen recently dropped "police
department" from the name of his operation, anticipating that lawmakers
would restrict use of the term. It is now called Manassas Junction LLC.
William County Commonwealth's Attorney Paul Ebert said SCOPs' lack of training
and their backgrounds have sometimes undermined prosecutions, though he did not
point to specific cases. His office noted they had not had issues with Youlen.
trouble of prosecuting cases from those folks is that we have to vouch for the
credibility of the complainant," Ebert said. "A lot of them are not
trained and don't have pasts that are conducive to law enforcement."
Crystal Terrant, owner of Burke Community Management, which manages eight
properties that Youlen patrols, said calls to police have dropped dramatically
since she hired Youlen.
cleaned up a lot of the petty crime and traffic stuff," Terrant said.
"He offers a sense of security to residents. He's befriended the kids, so
they respect the property more."
handful of incidents involving SCOPs in Virginia and nationally have focused
attention on the training and oversight of private police.
2009, a SCOP who owned a private security firm got into a heated argument with a
woman over parking at a Newport News-area shopping center, according to court
Bukowski hemmed in the woman's vehicle, and then he and a partner pointed their
guns at the woman and a friend as they sat in their car with two children, court
records show. Bukowski was convicted of abduction, and the state revoked his
SCOP registration in 2012.
was unjustly punished, but there are a lot of problems with the system,"
Bukowski said of SCOPs. "You got these guys running out there as security
officers who couldn't make it as police officers."
another incident in 2012, a SCOP on a motorcycle with flashing lights and
various law enforcement-style stickers pulled over a Virginia State Police
special agent driving on I-64 near the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel, according to
SCOP asked the officer why he was going so fast. The officer replied, "Who
are you?" and flashed his badge, according to court records. The SCOP then
officer alleged the man was a SCOP named Michael Tynan, who runs a security
officer training academy in Virginia Beach.
police questioned Tynan after he was seen conducting another traffic stop in
2013, according to the court documents. He told officers his SCOP status allowed
him to perform traffic stops. He also said he was a retired state trooper but
later said he failed out of the academy.
Virginia Attorney General's Office moved to strip Tynan of his SCOP commission
in Portsmouth in 2013, and Tynan agreed to surrender it.
said he was unaware of the allegations and would have challenged them if he had
known about them.
categorically deny these things," Tynan said.
government's motion to vacate Tynan's SCOP commission in Portsmouth said he was
"unfit for an appointment," but state records show Tynan is still
registered as a SCOP in Virginia Beach.
note that SCOPs can play a valuable role and that problems are rare.
Hall, president of American Security Group in Richmond, said his company employs
SCOPs. He said they provide an affordable way to boost security for many
a void in a lot of the homeowner's associations, light rails and business
parks," Hall said. "There has to be some type of role there between
public and private."
say Virginia's increase in SCOPs is part of a nationwide uptick in private
security that began in the 1970s and accelerated after the Sept. 11 attacks. The
number of private security guards - nearly 1.1 million - dwarfs the 640,000
public police officers, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
the numbers have increased, training has not kept pace. A 2012 study from a
University of Illinois College of Law assistant professor found that private
police are "chronically undertrained" and nearly a third nationwide
face almost no regulation.
become a SCOP in Virginia, an individual must register with the Virginia
Department of Criminal Justice Services. That requires the applicant to pass a
criminal background check and an alcohol and drug test. The new bill increases
the training requirement to 130 hours for armed SCOPs - still far less than the
580 to 1,200 hours required of municipal police officers.
individual then petitions a circuit court to be commissioned with the
sponsorship of an employer.
Terry McAuliffe is expected to sign the bill increasing training and regulation
for SCOPs. Sen. Tommy Norment, R-James City County, who sponsored it, said he
would like to eventually bar SCOPs from calling themselves police and using
flashing lights. The current bill allows them to do both, with the permission of
pleased with the progress, but there is still some work to do," Norment
Swift Boat is up to his old tricks in his supporting anti- Jew sunni moslem jihadist
More Lies from the DC Mosque
Kerry incites the Middle East with his attacks on Israel's Netanyahu
What the Examiner Says
While the Obama
administration has intensified its verbal attacks on Israel's Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu because he plans to address both houses of the
U.S. Congress on what he sees as a bad Deal with Iran, Secretary of StateJohn
Israeli leader for pushing the United States into launching an invasion
with Iraq. As a result of Kerry's comments, theIranian
news mediaand that of
outlets on Thursdayhave
jumped onto the anti-Netanyahu bandwagon accusing him of being behind the
invasion of Iraq.
safer today with the added time we have given and the stoppage of the
advances in the Iranian nuclear program than they were before we got that
agreement – which, by the way, the prime minister opposed,"Kerry
testified. "He was wrong."
minister as you recall was profoundly forward-leaning and outspoken about
the importance of invading Iraq under George W. Bush. And we all know what
happened with that decision," he added.
President Barack Obama’s National Security Adviser Susan
"Benghazi" Rice said the decision to have Netanyahu address the
U.S. Congress has “injected a degree of partisanship, which is not only
unfortunate, I think it’s destructive of the fabric of the
relationship.” She had sharply criticized the Israeli leader during an
interview with the left-leaning PBS.
sinful what these so-called American leaders are doing. Kerry and Rice, in
my opinion at least, are two of the biggest political hacks in Washington
who appear to always have a problem with the truth," said former U.S.
Marine and police training officer Collin Traymore. "John Kerry
should be the last person to bring up the U.S.-led invasion of Saddam
Hussein's Iraq," Traymore added.
It's a matter of
public record that the a number of political leaders who later pointed
fingers at President George W. Bush after the invasion, were the ones who
voted for the invasion includingDemocratic
Senator John Kerry. During his unsuccessful run for President in 2004,
Kerry often found himself at a loss of words to describe his comments and
actions since it was proven he saw the same intelligence reports as
everyone involved in the planning of the attack on Iraq.
of Representatives Foreign Affairshearing
on Wednesday, Kerry blasted Netanyahu over his upcoming speech about the
dangers posed by a nuclear Iran. “The prime minister, as you will
recall, was profoundly forward-leaning and outspoken about the importance
of invading Iraq under George W. Bush, and we all know what happened with
that decision,” Kerry said.
Just prior to
Kerry's committee testimony, Chairman Ed Royce, R-California, said to
Kerry, "Regarding Iran, all of us want to see you get to a
meaningful, lasting agreement. But the Committee, as you know, has real
concerns with the direction of these talks. I’m hearing less about
dismantlement, and more about the permanence of Iran’s nuclear
who has since been blasted by politicians -- even in his own party -- and
the media, told the panel of lawmakers that the world is safer than it's
ever been. To which Royce simply commented on the current crises facing
the U.S. and its allies: "Challenges seem to grow by the day. Iran
and North Korea are pursuing nuclear weapons; Russia is gobbling up
neighboring Ukraine; beheadings, crucifixions and immolation by ISIS;
cartoonists and Jewish shoppers targeted and killed on Paris streets.
Indeed, some days it feels as if the world is coming off its axis."
In the past,
Kerry was overhead complaining about Netanyahu and the Israelis. Unaware
of a nearby microphone, he was heard accusing Israel of practicing
apartheid. Meanwhile, in her book, that people didn't read in droves,
Hillary Clinton complained of Israel's occupation of Palestinian
territory. There were also negatiive comments reportedly made by members
of the White House staff calling Netanyahu a "chicken-s_ _ _."
"Netanyahu was an officer with the Israeli special forces while these
people calling him names worked for a community organizer from Chicago. Is
it any wonder why U.S. foreign policy is in a shambles," said former
U.S. Marine intelligence operative and police detective Michael Snopes,