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“These are the same symptoms experienced by soldiers who returned from the Persian Gulf War with Gulf War syndrome,” says Dr. Michael Robichaux, a Louisiana physician and former state senator, who treated Griffin and 113 other patients with similar complaints. As a general practitioner, Robichaux says he had “never seen this grouping of symptoms together: skin problems, neurological impairments, plus pulmonary problems.” Only months later, after Kaye H. Kilburn, a former professor of medicine at the University of Southern California and one of the nation’s leading environmental health experts, came to Louisiana and tested 14 of Robichaux’s patients did the two physicians make the connection with Gulf War syndrome, the malady that afflicted an estimated 250,000 veterans of that war with a mysterious combination of fatigue, skin inflammation, and cognitive problems."“These are the same symptoms experienced by soldiers who returned from the... more
Yesterday’s Voting Rights Act Oral Argument : Shelby County Counsel Bert Rein Staggers Through Early Verbal Gauntlet Into Scalia’s and Alito’s Fond EmbraceOral argument or beatdown?
http://latestbloomer.uskoa.com/yesterdays-voting-rights-act-oral-argument-shelby-county-counsel-bert-rein-staggers-through-early-verbal-gauntlet-into-scalias-and-alitos-fond-embrace/Oral argument or beatdown?... more
Jon Paul Robbins is not just another attorney. He is so well respected because he is quite good at what it is that he does. What does he do, exactly? Jon Paul Robbins is a specialist in civil litigation at a New York City, New York-based law firm called McLaughlin & Stern LLP.Jon Paul Robbins is not just another attorney. He is so well respected because he is... more
A Michigan dentist claims a San Diego impound yard and collision shop negligently returned his stolen $120,000 Ferrari to the man who stole it from him, allowing the thief to drive it off a cliff.A Michigan dentist claims a San Diego impound yard and collision shop negligently... more
FLORENCE, S.C. (CN) - A family says a public school district is unconstitutionally promoting Christianity, brazenly requiring students to attend "an evangelical revival assembly to 'save' students" by coming to Jesus, and telling a father who complained about it that he "needed to get right with God."FLORENCE, S.C. (CN) - A family says a public school district is unconstitutionally... more
STOCKTON, Calif. (CN) - A woman with a prosthetic leg sued Starbucks, claiming its employees wouldn't let her use a restroom to fix a loose screw unless she bought something first.STOCKTON, Calif. (CN) - A woman with a prosthetic leg sued Starbucks, claiming its... more
This is a teaser from an article I wrote on Examiner.com:
From Public School, to church, to the movies and the major media and elections themselves, the American public is induced to believe that the Judges of America are men of integrity beyond reproach.
So with all of those credentials and long years of propaganda and censorship one faces a mighty steep mountain of indoctrination, propaganda and goodwill in exposing the true nature of Minnesota and the Country's Judiciary.
With the Judiciary's reputation reputation for integrity and honesty firmly embedded in the minds of WE THE PEOPLE, what standing do I have to challenge their reputations. In my estimate, what ever I might say would be easily dismissed, for what is my word to the word of these prestigious Judges.
To overcome this handicap, I will use the American Legal Systems own words to expose the true nature of their character.
Let us begin with the words of former FBI director J Edgar Hoover:
"The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.''
Whatever could the former director of the FBI, with all of the domestic intelligence information at his disposal, have meant by such a statement? I leave it to the reader to reach their own conclusion.
Next, I am going to use the words of Judges themselves. Judges have a strange little way of reaching conclusions allegedly using case law and jurisprudence. This effectively means they theoretically use the findings of previous judges to base their decision on the current case. Most of these rulings are reduced to short citations of a single sentence or a paragraph along with the case caption and where it is publicized (When judges do bad things and don't follow the law, they just don't publish their rulings - You see the secret is, Judges just censor from the general public most of the bad, unjust things they do.)
I recently had cause to research various rulings on immunity for Judges and State Governments. And I was astonished and devastated to learn the liberties they had taken and leaps of logic they had used to write the rules in their favor.
Using their own words, the first case I will cite is Wiggins v Hess (1976, CA8 Mo) 531 F2d 920 and Harley v Oliver (1976, CA9 Ark) 539 F2d 1143
"Judicial immunity applies even when judge acts maliciously and corruptly; judge loses his immunity from liability for damages in violation of 42 USCS &1983 ONLY if he acts in clear absence of jurisdiction."...
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Examiner. com Legal Evil? In their own words - Part 1 of 3 http://exm.nr/jhsah8
Those were my thoughts.
The Cynical Patriot
http://twitter.com/dmashakThis is a teaser from an article I wrote on Examiner.com: From Public School, to... more
This is an excerpt from an article I wrote on one of my blogs:
It is the strategy of many governments to demonize and discredit political dissent.
Should you doubt this I encourage you to read about the FBI, COINTELPRO and Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. here http://www.icdc.com/%7Epaulwolf/cointelpro/cointel.htm
For 24 years I have of attempted to bring reform and transparency to the Minnesota Judicial System.
Our Minnesota State Government and Court System consider this an act of Political dissent.
I am the target and victim of an operation to demonize and discredit me because cause of my exercise of my Constitutionally protected 1st Amendment Right to Petition our Government for Redress of Grievances.
To demonstrate one method our Government has used to demonize and discredit me, I provide to you this transcript of my Motion to Remove Judge Mary Yunker for Bias.
I am one of the Plaintiffs in this matter. I have been denied full, fair, equitable, unbiased and just adjudication of the matter at hand. After almost 2 years of litigation and the expense of more than $16000 dollars, I have been denied all depositions and the ability to amend my complaint to reflect additional claims. Only on the last day of discovery, did I receive the most insignificant answers to some discovery. I fear this litigation will end in another exercise of "Might Make Right" and "How much justice can you afford?"
Please Click here to read the rest of the Story for Free: Don Mashak's Minnesota 2nd Judicial District Free Press http://donmashaksmn2judicialdistrictfreepres.blogspot.com/2011/02/this-is-how-minnesota-judiciary-system.html
With regard to savings our Country, Lead, Follow or get out of the way.
Those were my thoughts.
The Cynical Patriot
Don't Forget the:
Government Corruption Crisis Conference February 27, 2011 (Online)
http://donmashaksanokacountymnfreepress.blogspot.com/2011/02/government-corruption-crisis-conference.htmlThis is an excerpt from an article I wrote on one of my blogs: ! It is the strategy... more
A New York college student who claims a Las Vegas hooker did not spend enough time making him happy has sued her escort service for $1.8 million.
Unhappy customer Hubert Blackman said he was traumatized by the "tragic event," especially when he called cops and they threatened to bust him, the Las Vegas Sun reported Thursday.
"I also would like to get my $275 payment back and a $1.8 million verdict for the tragic event that happened," Blackman said in the suit filed in Manhattan Federal Court, the paper said.
Blackman was staying at the Stratosphere on Dec. 17 when he called Las Vegas Exclusive Personals to hire a stripper.
Blackman said the woman performed a lap dance for $155 and a sex act for another $120.
Instead of staying for the agreed-upon one hour, she left after just 30 minutes.
The hapless tourist called to demand some of his money back.
Then he called cops, who told him he could face arrest because prostitution is illegal in Sin City.
Blackman told the newspaper the stripper solicited the sex act and he was unaware prostitution was illegal in Vegas.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2011/01/21/2011-01-21_college_student_files_suit_for_18m_after_he_says_las_vegas_hooker_didnt_spend_en.html#ixzz1Bhqpc7L0A New York college student who claims a Las Vegas hooker did not spend enough time... more
Feld Entertainment, the parent company of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, has filed a lawsuit against the HSUS, two HSUS lawyers, and a number of other animal rights organizations under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) ActFeld Entertainment, the parent company of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey... more
Around the end of 2009, Apple mobile phone profits overtook those of the worldwide leader in smart phone sales: Nokia.
Nokia sued Apple for patent infringement, and asked for a ban on iPhone imports. Apple sued them right back, and asked for a ban on Nokia imports. Both companies hold a number of patents that are relevant to smart phone products.Around the end of 2009, Apple mobile phone profits overtook those of the worldwide... more
Save our seeds.
ONCE AGAIN--------- "Information IS Beautiful"
---------------------AHHHHHHHHHHH!!! Burning! melting! screaming!... falling!........aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
(O-----for an episode of "LOST" .....to happen now).
http://majorslack.com/pics/screenshots/bioshock_01.jpgONCE AGAIN--------- "Information IS Beautiful"... more
The short answer for persons leaving a company is to be very careful and to have a very clear understanding with the employer about what can and cannot be taken. The increasing involvement of government authorities in enforcing remedies involving trade secrets certainly signals a new level of risk for those who may be considering taking or copying trade secrets.
http://information-security-resources.com/2009/11/08/federal-statutes-aid-trade-secret-prosecution/The short answer for persons leaving a company is to be very careful and to have a... more
Google was born on the Web and is increasingly giving Microsoft fits by forcing the decades-old software giant to compete on Google's terms. Like open source. Like cloud computing.
Microsoft may shore up its fortunes in the short term with a successful Windows 7 launch. But in the long term, its very success with outdated "desktop" products threaten to cede the market to Google.
We'll have all of it, please
It's not really fair to Microsoft. Microsoft is a victim of its own success, needing to cater to its existing clientele with each new release, in true "Innovator's Dilemma" fashion. Hence, Microsoft continues to make a lot of money, but its last two quarters have seen traditional strengths like Windows become a drag on earnings as enterprises spend more money with Google, Red Hat, and others...Google was born on the Web and is increasingly giving Microsoft fits by forcing the... more
Not as dumb as it sounds......
As one of the most ardent supporters of NorAid, Edward Kennedy (deceased) has been identified as an easy target. Said to be "the best Senator of our times" Teddy Kennedy was responsible in the 70's and 80's for raising huge sums for "the old boys" which lengthened the troubles in Northern Ireland and caused a considerable increase in the death & mayhem there.
Full story http://www.thespoof.com/news/spoof.cfm?headline=s1i59353Not as dumb as it sounds...... As one of the most ardent supporters of NorAid,... more
Understanding the market potential and knowing what the entrepreneur and his team may be able to bring to the table, or what they may be hiding, is important to the development of sound investing strategies. This is not to say you should assume entrepreneurs are stealthy individuals bent on tricking you into investing, but it’s essential to gather this inside knowledge as part of the process.Understanding the market potential and knowing what the entrepreneur and his team may... more
So this guy in California is pissed that Cap'n Crunch's crunch berries aren't actually berries, but in reality-- just more sugary, starchy, cereal!
Really? Who knew?
Here's the case file at the link... read it yourself.
The case is thrown out of court without appeal because it would require the court "abandon all common sense."So this guy in California is pissed that Cap'n Crunch's crunch berries... more