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By RANDALL STONE 12 May, 2017
The latest teacher sex scandal involves a 50-year-old Tennessee high school teacher who kidnapped a 15-year-old student — who insists she’s in love with himThe student, Elizabeth Thomas, is in rehab and refusing to return home to her family, reports the Daily Mail. “Elizabeth says she’s in love with [Tad Cummins] and that the pair of them haven’t done anything wrong,” according to one source. “She thinks she is a fully grown woman who can date who she likes. … As far as she’s concerned it was all one big, fun road trip. She says she had the time of her life which is obviously pretty tough for the family to hear.”A nationwide Amber Alert was initiated after Elizabeth disappeared from her hometown of Columbia, Tennessee with Cummins on March 13. The two were found on April 20 when police tracked the pair to a remote cabin in northern California and arrested Cummins without incident.Elizabeth was flown back to Tennessee, where she entered a treatment center for trauma victims instead of being returned to her home — a home which is reportedly fraught with trouble.Her mother, Kimberly Thomas, is facing trial for abusing Elizabeth and several of her nine siblings. She is accused of beating Elizabeth, locking her in a basement, and throwing her down a flight of stairs. Her father, Anthony Thomas, says the abuse made his daughter easy prey for a predator.However, according to her friends, Elizabeth doesn’t want to live with her father, either, blaming him for coming between her and Cummins.As a Daily Mail source summarized: “It’s a very complex family situation right now. All they can do is stand by her and give her as much help as she needs to come to terms with what really happened. At the end of the day we are dealing with a very messed-up kid here. Cummins really did a number on her. She was not harmed physically but the mental scars will take years to heal.”As for Cummins, he faces numerous charges in Tennessee and California, in addition to a federal charge of transporting a minor across state lines with intent of having criminal sexual intercourse.Nationwide, inappropriate teacher-student relationships are seemingly so commonplace that the website Zimbio published a popular article titled “The 50 Most Infamous Female Teacher Sex Scandals.” The Cummins case recalls that of Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher who was arrested for raping one of her sixth-grade students in 1997. After being released from prison in 2004, she and her victim were married in a highly publicized wedding ceremony.Sources: Daily Mail, Zimbio / Photo credit: Pixabay
By RANDALL STONE 27 Apr, 2017
San Francisco has a major problem with homelessness, with approximately 7,000 people living on the street. A significant part of this high homeless population has been due to the explosion of gentrification that has forced out low-income residents and small businesses across the city. Gentrification, defined as the process by which an influx of more affluent residents results in increased property values and the displacement of lower-income families, became a major issue in San Francisco around the same time that many tech companies began choosing to locate their businesses in the city over nearby “Silicon Valley.” The influx of wealthy tech employees has forced out thousands of families that have lived in San Francisco for generations, all because they can no longer pay the rent. Those San Francisco residents who couldn’t afford to leave became homeless. San Francisco now has the most expensive rent in the entire country as the average one-bedroom apartment now costs $3,530 a month. Though the city’s judges have shown great compassion in dismissing the cases against the city’s homeless, it will take much more for the problem of the San Francisco’s epidemic of homelessness to disappear. Sarasota, FLIn February 2005, the City Commission unanimously approved an ordinance prohibiting “lodging out of doors.” The previous “no-camping” rule was ruled unconstitutional by a state court last year because it was too vague and punished innocent conduct. The new rule prohibited using any public or private property for “lodging” outdoors without permission from the property owner. While not completely mitigating the negative impact of the law, the city took a more positive approach to the issue in this law by including a requirement that police officers, once a year, offer people who violate the law a ride to the shelter, instead of jail. The commissioners said that the ordinance would protect public safety and property while helping homeless people find shelter. Although the city was confident that this ordinance would stand up in court, critics said that it was still too vague. It was not clear how many “lodging” activities, such as making a fire, laying down blankets or a sleeping bag, and putting up a tent, would have to be happening in order for a person to be arrested. Moreover, the police were not required to give a person a ride to the shelter if the person was intoxicated, using drugs, or did not have proper identification.Mayor Rudy Giuliani in New York, city after city passed "broken windows" or "quality of life" ordinances, making it dangerous for the homeless to loiter or, in some cases, even look "indigent", in public spaces.The current prohibition on homelessness began to take shape in the 1980s, along with the ferocious growth of the financial industry (Wall Street and all its tributaries throughout the nation). That was also the era in which we stopped being a nation that manufactured much beyond weightless, invisible "financial products", leaving the old industrial working class to carve out a livelihood at places such as Wal-Mart.As it turned out, the captains of the new "casino economy" - the stock brokers and investment bankers - were highly sensitive, one might say finickity, individuals, easily offended by having to step over the homeless in the streets or bypass them in commuter train stations
By RANDALL STONE 17 Apr, 2017
New research has found electronic cigarettes to contain even 10 times more cancer causing ingredients than the tobacco products they are supposed to save us from.
E-cigarettes are meant to replace a dangerous and life destroying habit, but they turned out to be far more dangerous. But why wasn’t there any research prior to their approval and production – a research that was supposed to prove their safety and viability? And who was responsible for that?
Here is an excerpt from the FDA website, and nowhere on its website does the FDA mention an increased cancer risk. The discussion is mostly regarding standardization or quality control.
FDA: E-Cigarettes: Questions and Answers

Q: What are electronic cigarettes?
A: Electronic cigarettes are products designed to deliver nicotine or other substances to a user in the form of a vapor. Typically, they are composed of a rechargeable, battery-operated heating element, a replaceable cartridge that may contain nicotine or other chemicals, and an atomizer that, when heated, converts the contents of the cartridge into a vapor. This vapor can then be inhaled by the user. These products are often made to look like such products as cigarettes, cigars, and pipes. They are also sometimes made to look like everyday items such as pens and USB memory sticks, for people who wish to use the product without others noticing.
Q: What concerns does FDA have regarding electronic cigarettes?
A: FDA has not evaluated any e-cigarettes for safety or effectiveness.
And there you have it.
Now we learn about this shocking information from sources outside the US. The FDA has a budget of over $4,500,000,000 (4.5 billion) and a track record of corruption and failures. Once again, it turns out that the FDA is a huge waste of taxpayers’ money.
E-cigarettes are being used by hundreds of thousands of underage children and millions of adults with the hope that they are a safer alternative to tobacco products. However, it seems that nothing could possibly be further from the truth. Now we have research, but not from the CDC/FDA – the institutes who we depend on and fund massively to keep us safe and healthy.
There’s no wonder that the cancer rate continues to increase.
According to research conducted by Japanese scientists, e-cigarettes contain 10 times the level of cancer-causing carcinogens than regular cigarettes. Until recently, e-cigarettes were recommended as the answer to smoking without the complication of so many dangers.
These electronic nicotine products became hugely popular because people believed that they were receiving a hit of nicotine without the need to worry about any health damage that’s caused by a normal cigarette, loaded with chemicals.
But when the Japanese Ministry of Health commissioned a research, they found formaldehyde and acetaldehyde carcinogens in the liquid produced by many e-cigarette products, stated a health ministry official.
The group also found that e-cigarettes can fuel potentially life-threatening drug-resistant pathogens. This discovery comes from a lab study that tested the vapor from e-cigarettes on live methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and human cells.
According to the official, the formaldehyde carcinogen is much more present in the e-cigarette liquids than in the chemicals used in regular cigarettes.
The researcher Naoki Kunugita said: “In one brand of e-cigarette the team found more than 10 times the level of carcinogens contained in one regular cigarette. Especially when the wire (which vaporizes the liquid) gets overheated, higher amounts of those harmful substances seemed to be produced.”
Kunugita also added that the levels of the formaldehyde carcinogen varied in the final results.“According to research conducted by Japanese scientists, e-cigarettes contain 10 times the level of cancer-causing carcinogens than regular cigarettes. Until recently, e-cigarettes were recommended as the answer to smoking without the complication of so many dangers.
These electronic nicotine products became hugely popular because people believed that they were receiving a hit of nicotine without the need to worry about any health damage that’s caused by a normal cigarette, loaded with chemicals.
But when the Japanese Ministry of Health commissioned a research, they found formaldehyde and acetaldehyde carcinogens in the liquid produced by many e-cigarette products, stated a health ministry official.
The group also found that e-cigarettes can fuel potentially life-threatening drug-resistant pathogens. This discovery comes from a lab study that tested the vapor from e-cigarettes on live methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and human cells.
According to the official, the formaldehyde carcinogen is much more present in the e-cigarette liquids than in the chemicals used in regular cigarettes.
The researcher Naoki Kunugita said: “In one brand of e-cigarette the team found more than 10 times the level of carcinogens contained in one regular cigarette. Especially when the wire (which vaporizes the liquid) gets overheated, higher amounts of those harmful substances seemed to be produced.”
Kunugita also added that the levels of the formaldehyde carcinogen varied in the final results. call them e-cigarettes, but they are products totally different from regular tobacco. The government is now studying the possible risks associated with them, with view to looking at how they should be regulated,” the Japanese health ministry official said.
Earlier in 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) advised governments to ban the sale of e-cigarettes to underage people because they posed a serious threat to them.
The UN health agency said that although there’s a lack of evidence regarding the damage caused by e-cigarettes, there was still enough evidence “to caution children and adolescents, pregnant women, and women of reproductive age” about their use. They also added that e-cigs should be outlawed from indoor public spaces.
The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated: “More than a quarter of a million youth who had never smoked a cigarette used electronic cigarettes in 2013, according to a CDC study published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research. This number reflects a three-fold increase, from about 79,000 in 2011, to more than 263,000 in 2013.”
By RANDALL STONE 17 Apr, 2017
David Yamasaki was the golden child of California's legal system. He was given awards and  praised up and down the state as Santa Clara County's Court CEO, he was also  given broad authority to manage Santa Clara County Court's  Public Information Officer, Joe Macaluso.

​Yamasaki was well liked by the judges and executives in the court system, but not by the court staff that does the primary work for Santa Clara County Courts. In December 2016 Yamasaki abruptly announced he was leaving for Orange County, the home of the traffic court scandal , where a court clerk brought federal attention for bribery and RICO violations, and  where the amnesty programs arising from the scandal caused federal investigations that  cost California tax payers millions in amnesty programs.

Court insiders report that as Yamasaki grossly mismanaged court budgets and funds in Santa Clara, while he  assured Macaluso  received "perks" and kickbacks through a  travel budget that took Macaluso  to Settle , San Diego and other places where he got far more than training from the conferences he reportedly  he attended.

​On court clerk said :

​" We have to commute for hours to get to work everyday because we can't afford to live close to the Courthouse and Joe is running around getting pay raises and doing bogus press releases to help Yamasaki conceal misuse of tax payer money. They even took palm trees from the new courthouse construction site for their own homes and homes for judges and big shot lawyers".

​Court insiders claim that as their pay was frozen for years, Macaluso and a number of select court staff, transcriptionists, private corporations and law firms began to receive obscene pay raises and perks to conceal misappropriations and misuse of public funds that not only surrounded the building of the courthouse , but also funded  law firms that were beginning to bet on divorce litigations and attorney fees in those divorces as part of a new Silicon Valley investment scheme that is not regulated by the SEC.

​Macalsuo  reportedly   boasted about his ability to influence legal outcomes in the county's divorce, custody and probate cases by intimidating   members of the press, ignoring media and public records requests, and lobbying judges to take certain actions in divorce and probate cases or be assigned to civil cases  that had favorable outcomes for large law firms and private industry.

​Santa Clara County's Bar Association insiders report that Macalsuo also acted as a front man for policies and practices whereby judges assured huge financial awards to lawyers in divorce cases, where the mainstream media never provides press.  Macalsuo may have additionally   assured favorable legal outcomes in Silicon Valley's  criminal and civil cases as he  assured  grant payments and governmental contracts to large law firms whose clients were served by Macaluso's misconduct.

In August 2016, court staff went on strike as  Macaluso and Yamasaki went on a PR campaign to promote the county's new $283,000,000 family courthouse, As Yamasaki claimed there was no money for court staff, he had been  giving Macaluso obscene pay raises and approving Macaluso travel to0 San Diego, Seattle and beyond. See payroll records of Macaluso here.

​Court staff who  had pay frozen, and reduced, were outraged that during the same time Macaluso went from  from $44/hr. to $63 /hr, in just four years,   He was making well over $100,000 a year and doing a really poor, job. But it was more than that.

​As court clerks went on strike, Macaluso and Yamasaki were charged with migrating paper files to electronic documents and consolidating family court houses into the new monstrosity in San Jose. Without an experienced staff, havoc broke out , Court staffers report that Macalsuo was charged with distracting the press with warm fuzzy photo opportunities  as court administrators knew that hundreds of thousands of court documents went missing, Whistleblowers report that staff and temporary staff were told to shred and dispose of court documents and as press and litigants looked for filed copies , unfiled judgements and orders, staffers were instructed to stall and delay , blaming missing paperwork on the move to the new courthouse.

​One insider reported that during the court staff strike, that an overwhelmed administration instructed staff and temporary  workers to shred, or "lose court files " , One insider said judges were assisting the misconduct by failing to sign documents and altering court filed endorsements. DVROS , judgements and appeals , to the harm of thousands of cases and victims forced into Santa Clara County courts.

​Whistleblowers claim Macaluso's  "fundraising " tasks, and influence over  grants, may have been responsible for millions of dollars being improperly diverted for  his personal use, and kickbacks to private industry , big law firms, where legal outcomes are being bought and paid by a core group of insiders.

​Maclauso is reported to have used the Santa Clara County Bar Association and Silicon Valley Law Foundation to assure certain award fees, assignments and judicial kickbacks to firms like Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, Cooley, LLP, DLA Piper , LP, Wilmer Culter Pickering Hales and Dorr, Mc Manis Falukner , Morrison Forrster , Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Alston & Biurd, Bowman & Brooke, Sheppard Mullin, Compton Anti Trust Law Office, Latham Watkins, Wilcon, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati ,  Hoge Fenton and individual lawyers including : Valerie Houghton, Nat Hales, Walter Hammon, Elise Mitchell, Mark Erickson, Hector Moreno, Brad Baugh, Heather Allan, Travis Krepelka  and Katherine Schlepphorst, all of whom have personal and professional ties to Santa Clara County Family Court Judge James Towery and Julie Emede.

Macalsuo may also have used : Apple, Inc, VMC Foundation, Sobrato Family Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, eBay , Facebook , Symantec Corporation, Yahoo! , LinkedIn, HP and Intel to engage in improper fiscal management of the courts, while giving an appearance of assisting non- profits and foundations  that include token donations to the area's foster children and $160,000 in benefits to mental health disabilities.

​Law Foundation CEO Allison Brunner was " appointed to a jail reform commission tasked with investigating the Santa Clara County jail after three guards were charged in the beating death of an inmate with a mental health disability last year."   It appears Brunner did little more than help the county courts bury details and settle out problematic  cases, where again large law firms from the area made millions.

​In January 2017, Joe Macalsuo reportedly was caught using a personal phone for what could only be improper government activity. Joe mysteriously left the county court employment days later, and the courts offered no information about his departure, and the local media appeared uninterested in asking.

Early in the morning on April 8 , 2017, another Santa Clara County inmate, Patrick Missud , died in a Milpitas jail. Santa Clara County Sherriff claim the death was a suicide, before an autopsy or official report could be made.  Missud was well known for his clashes with Santa Clara County Law enforcement and Santa Clara County  judges and lawyers.  The courts had  declared Missud a vexatious litigant, to legally silence him.  

​California's State Bar , influenced by  James Towery , worked to disbar Missud after he began to speak up about Santa Clara County judges and lawyers.

When legally shutting Missud up did not work, county Sheriffs arrested him and jailed him in the Milpitas detention  facility, a Santa Clara County jail that has been highly scrutinized in recent years, and thorough a disturbing policy and practice that has been applied to other litigants and media outlets trying to investigate claims of court corruption. police misconduct  and misuse of public funds.

​Missud appears to have gone crazy as the system he tried to expose worked to silence and kill him. Many litigants in Santa Clara County are beginning to see that Missud was not as crazy as court dockets and law enforcement would like to make him  appear to be.

​Over the past ten years thousands of hard working and productive citizens have entered the Santa Clara Courts, only to leave with criminal records, vexatious litigant designations and all of their money , property and children taken by judges and lawyers who appear to be running Silicon Valley's new financial empire, not a functioning legal system.

​On anonymous staffer claimed, " We are tired of watching a few bad apples ruin our entire legal system and this has to stop".

​The staffer does not appear to be alone, other lawyers critical of California's State Bar and Santa Clara County judges and lawyers, like Michael Pine, and Dydzack were also disbarred after speaking up and the state's judicial guardians appear to be threatening media , You Tube and Facebook to take down any and all information critical of lawyer and judge misconduct connected to the state's legal system.

​Shortly before Joe Macalsuo mysteriously disappeared from the county's informal payroll, court insiders report he was working with the Santa Clara County Sheriffs and court judges to suppress the information related to a video captured by Q reporters at an event organized by former Chief Trial  Counsel of the State Bar, James Towery. At the same time State Bar and Judicial Council administrators  began to pressure a small online video news station  to take down the interview with Dydzak, who outlined the State Bar Corruption that included connections to Thomas Girardi, Howard Miller, who had assured James Towery's position at the State Bar. Towery continues to use his current role as a Santa Clara County Judge to protect attorney misconduct and safe keep huge profits of law firms like Hoge Fenton, where Towery continues to receive income as he sits as a Santa Clara County Family Court Judge.
By RANDALL STONE 17 Apr, 2017
DETROIT — Millions of little girls and young women have been subjected to a painful rite of passage that involves cutting their genitals — often without anesthesia — for centuries in parts of Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
In some cultures and religions, it’s believed female genital mutilation preserves a girl’s chastity, making her a more desirable marriage partner, and improving hygiene and fertility. But there are no health benefits to the practice, according to the World Health Organization. For most of the girls, it brings only pain, cysts, scars, infections, and problems with urination and childbirth. It also leads to a higher risk of infant death and psychological trauma.
Human rights organizations widely condemn the practice, not only for the health risks but also because of the underlying injustice.
"It reflects deep-rooted inequality between the sexes and constitutes an extreme form of discrimination against women," the WHO says on its website. "It is nearly always carried out on minors and is a violation of the rights of children. The practice also violates a person's rights to health, security and physical integrity, the right to be free from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, and the right to life when the procedure results in death."
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When it's performed abroad, often midwives or trained circumcisers travel among villages to perform female genital mutilation en masse, using and reusing knives, razors and scissors without sterilization. There often are celebrations that include singing, gifts and food.
More than 200 million girls and women alive today have been cut in 30 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, according to WHO, and the procedure is most commonly performed on girls who range in age from infancy to 15
according The practice can take many forms, and may involve removing only a portion of the external genitalia, such as the clitoris and labia minora, or it can involve the removal of most of the external genitalia and a narrowing of the vaginal opening or other harmful procedures such as scraping, pricking, piercing or cauterizing the genitals.
Although it’s now against federal law to practice female genital mutilation in the U.S., Reviews in Obstetrics & Gynecology reported that American obstetricians performed clitoridectomies on lesbians until the 1960s and on women diagnosed with erotomania, hysteria and clitoral enlargement.
It's also now against the law to knowingly take a girl out of the U.S. to have genital mutilation performed elsewhere. Since 1995, 24 states have enacted anti-genital mutilation laws, though Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Virginia, and 22 others are not among them
to the AHA Foundation.
The foundation, which was created by women's rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who suffered female genital mutilation as a girl in her native Somalia, suggests that even with the federal laws in place, it's important for states to have laws banning the practice.
"In addition to giving prosecutors additional tools to use to prosecute cases, it also sends a strong message that this harmful practice is not tolerated here," said Amanda Parker, senior director of the AHA Foundation.
"Until now, there had been no prosecutions under FGM laws to date, but other laws have been used to punish families who cut their daughters. In 2006, a father in Georgia was convicted of battery and cruelty for removing his daughter’s clitoris and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. He was recently deported after serving his sentence. In 2010, a mother in Georgia was charged with FGM after her 10-year-old daughter was found to have been cut."
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Dr. Jumana Nagarwala, 44, of Northville, Mich., an emergency room doctor at Henry Ford Hospital, is presumed to be the first to be charged under federal law with a female genital mutilation crime on U.S. soil. She is accused of performing genital mutilation on multiple 6- to 8-year-old girls as part of a religious and cultural practice at a medical clinic in Livonia, Mich.
Parker said it's difficult to know how many girls and women have undergone genital mutilation in the U.S. because it's a private ritual that usually occurs within the secrecy of a family.
But the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated in 2014 that 513,000 women and girls in America had either undergone the procedure or were at risk for genital mutilation — a number that doubled since 2000. The estimates have been on the rise, Parker said, because of an influx of immigrants from countries where female genital mutilation is common.
"The increase in FGM in the U.S. is almost entirely, if not entirely, due to the increase in immigrants from countries where FGM is practiced," Parker said. "Somalia, Egypt, Sudan and others all have very high rates of FGM with more than 90% of girls in each country undergoing this abusive practice.
"In the U.S., FGM is either performed in secret or girls are taken to their families’ country of origin for the procedure. This is a practice referred to as 'vacation cutting,' as it is typically done during school holidays so as not to bring attention to girls being absent from school in order to heal."
The AHA offers a 24-hour, free anonymous crisis help text line to girls and women who've undergone FGM, who fear they are in danger of genital mutilation, or who face honor violence or forced marriage.
By RANDALL STONE 16 Apr, 2017
Observing that a large percentage of cases are settled without a trial, a former family court judge asserted, without stating any basis in fact, that this simply means that “many men recognize that their children will be better cared for by the mother.”1 To this judge, a father who failed to concede custody to the mother early on in the proceeding almost certainly would be considered a “problem” litigant. How many judges approach contests between men and women with a predisposition to rule against the man?
While it might be thought that a statement such as the one quoted above represents only one judge’s opinion, surveys of judicial attitudes support the conclusion that his view is shared by a large number of judges.
A study conducted in 2004 found that although the tender years doctrine had been abolished some time ago, a majority of Indiana family court judges still supported it and decided cases coming before them consistently with it.2 A survey of judges in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee found a clear preference among judges for maternal custody in general.3
Another survey, this one commissioned by the Minnesota Supreme Court, found that a majority (56%) of the state’s judges, both male and female, agreed with the statement, “I believe young children belong with their mother.” Only a few of the judges indicated that they would need more information about the mother before they could answer. Fathers, one judge explained, “must prove their ability to parent while mothers are assumed to be able.”4 Another judge commented, “I believe that God has given women a psychological makeup that is better tuned to caring for small children.”5
Judges’ self-reporting of their prejudices against fathers was consistent with practicing attorneys’ impressions of them. 69% of male attorneys had come to the conclusion that judges always or often assume from the outset (i.e., before being presented with any evidence) that children belong with their mothers. 40% of the female attorneys agreed with that assessment. Nearly all attorneys (94% of male attorneys and 84% of female attorneys) said that all judges exhibited prejudice against fathers at least some of the time.6
Similar findings have been made in court-sponsored gender bias studies conducted in other states. The Maryland study, for example, found that most attorneys perceived that it is either always or often the case that “[c]ustody awards to mothers are based on the assumption that children belong with their mothers.”7 A follow-up study conducted in 2001 “still indicates a preference to award mothers custody.”8 The majority of attorneys, both male and female, agreed that fathers either did not always get treated fairly in custody proceedings, or that they “often” did not. 6% of judges, 17% of female attorneys and 29% of male attorneys went so far as to say that no father ever receives fair treatment in a Maryland custody proceeding.9 Surveys of judges in Maryland, Missouri, Texas and Washington found that a majority of judges were unable to say that they usually give fathers fair consideration in custody cases.10 This matched the perception of members of the bar.11
A review of appellate court decisions led a team of psychology and law professors to conclude that the maternal preference is still the norm.12
The Georgia Commission on Gender Bias in the Judicial System uncovered judicial beliefs that mothers are always better parents than fathers; that children need to be with their mothers, but not necessarily with their fathers; and that a father cannot be a nurturing parent if he works outside the home. In addition, the commission uncovered a reluctance to deny custody of children to mothers out of fear that doing so will “brand” the mother as unfit or unworthy.13 No judges expressed any comparable concern for the reputation or feelings of fathers.
Every state has standards of judicial conduct that judges are expected to meet. The Minnesota Code of Judicial Conduct is typical. Canon 3 requires judges to “perform the duties of the office impartially.” Impartiality is defined as “absence of bias or prejudice in favor of, or against, particular parties or classes of parties, as well as maintaining an open mind in considering issues that may come before the judge.” Canon 3(A)(5) makes it clear that this means sex-based preferences and discrimination are prohibited: “A judge shall perform judicial duties without bias or prejudice … including but not limited to bias or prejudice based upon … sex….” Yet neither the gender bias study committee nor the Supreme Court, which ultimately adopted its recommendations, convened an inquiry into the widespread violations of the Canons of Judicial Ethics the investigation had turned up. So far, it does not appear that the Minnesota Supreme Court even sees this as a problem. The implementation committee has recommended a number of programs to address the needs of domestic abuse victims, immigrant and refugee women, and complaints of female court staff about inappropriate comments made to them by judges, but no recommendation at all has been made to address the problem of judicial bias prejudicing the fundamental rights of fathers in family court proceedings.14
Policy-makers, and sometimes judges, are fond of saying that bias against fathers either never has existed or that it has been eliminated, and that mothers and fathers now stand on an equal footing in family court. Obviously that is not the case.
A system cannot be improved in the absence of a willingness to acknowledge a problem exists when confronted with proof that it does. The question now is: Are judges and judicial policy-makers really committed to eradicating bias and prejudice in the judicial branch or not? If so, when will they begin?
By RANDALL STONE 14 Apr, 2017
When a school introduced its students to lessons about Islam, they promised parents that the curriculum was merely a tool to study the religion’s effects on the world. However, when two mothers discovered that their children had been forced to declare Islam as the one “true faith,” the furious mama bears delivered the perfect payback.
After Christian mothers Libby Hilsenrath and Nancy Gayer found out that their children were coerced into literally converting to Islam during propaganda disguised as learning tools, the school quickly realized that they had messed with the wrong moms. Unwilling to allow New Jersey’s Chatham Middle School to get away with shoving Islam, and only Islam, down their susceptible students’ throats, the irate parents stormed the school district’s school board meeting on February 6, demanding that the religious favoritism is halted immediately. Unfortunately, their protest failed. However, they had a plan B up their sleeves that the school never saw coming.After the indignant mothers were ignored at the school board meeting, they filed a massive lawsuit against the middle school for violating their children’s religious rights and promoting a religious bias on taxpayer money. The Chatham Patch reports that the women have hired the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), which specializes in suing on behalf of Christians who are denied their First Amendment rights.
Still, the scorned mothers didn’t stop there. Just before filing the lawsuit, they cleverly publicized the school’s stealthy indoctrination, exposing the propagandized lessons on Fox News‘ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”Although the school has denied lessons on any other major religion, the Islamic curriculum included forcing seventh-graders to declare, “May [Allah] help us all find the true faith — Islam” and forced them to view a video about the 5 pillars of Islam that portrayed non-Muslims as unintelligent, One News Now reports.
“In the video, the Muslim boy teaches the non-Muslim boy about the Five Pillars of Islam,” The Christian Post (CP) reported. “Additionally, a subtitle of bright, multi-colored words of various shapes pronounces a form of the Islamic conversion creed.”The video then prompts students to chant the Islamic conversion declaration, “There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is his messenger.”
“The cartoon ends with a sad non-Muslim boy, who suddenly smiles when the Muslim boy invites him to join him at the mosque for noon-day prayers,” CP’s Anugrah Kumar reported. “Something the teacher can’t personally do, but does through the cartoon.”
Sickeningly, the children are none the wiser to the fact that they’ve just forsaken their own religious requirement of abstaining from worshiping other gods, as the Quran declares that Allah has no Son and denies that Jesus Christ is God.
“Clearly, seventh graders had been presented with a sugarcoated, false depiction of Islam,” the legal expert insisted. “They had not been informed of the kidnappings, beheadings, slave-trading, massacres, and persecution of non-Muslims, nor of the repression of women – all done in the name of Islam and the Quran.”
Unfortunately, this curriculum isn’t limited to New Jersey. In fact, “Access Islam,” which consists of religious indoctrination thinly veiled as lessons, was once a federally funded curriculum that is still being taught in schools across America. Luckily, Hilsenrath and Gayer’s legal battle is spearheading the fight against this nationwide indoctrination.WND reports that the Christian Action Network (CAN) sent the U.S. Department of Education a letter demanding funding, which was granted to schools in 2005, be pulled and “Access Islam” be banned.
The lessons teach children of all faiths “How to be a good Muslim.” Of course, there are no equal curricula for being good Christians, Jews, Buddhists, etc. Even more disturbing, the guide focuses on “American Muslim Women” and purports that females are considered equal to males in Islam. This misconception is easily debunked when looking to the Quran, which proclaims that a woman’s worth is half that of a man, allowing men to beat women for disobedience.
The mothers are determined to not only fight the school’s religious bias but expose it, especially since Gayer’s own son was prohibited from including a short Bible scripture in his presentation. The boy was told that the biblical quote “belongs in Sunday school, not in the classroom.” At the same time, Islamic declarations and verses are being taught by the teachers. Although Hilsenrath and Gayer are receiving threats from intolerant leftists and devout Muslims for opposing the Islamic indoctrination in schools, they are refusing to back down. Thankfully, we still have courageous parents who are willing to stand against liberals in order to protect future generations from an ideology that seeks to destroy all others.
By RANDALL STONE 14 Apr, 2017
Families Against Court Embezzlement Unethical Standards (F.A.C.E.U.S. )
is a non-partisan advocacy group in Colorado helping families nationwide
who have been victimized in Probate Courts.

Citizens in the United States have been victimized by public corruption
and racketeering. Our property and assets are being embezzlement through
collusion of court appointed fiduciaries. Families are defrauded of
their property which is sold under value for profit every day at
alarming rates. Families are being threatened by gag orders if they
speak out about their case. Court appointed officials are driving
families into poverty. All it takes is for you or a family member to
become ill, incompetent, pass on, or even have an arguing family member
to contest the family trust. Probate will take it all away and appoint a
public administrator, conservator, or legal guardians who cares nothing
about you or your family, and who liquidates all your assets and evicts
you from your own property! The Legacy you worked for is gone in the
blink of an eye while the public administrator makes $210 an hour paying
your court appointed attorney, legal guardian ad litem a nice paycheck
out of your estate. Your American dream turns into a nightmare. The
judicial system we thought was designed to protect us, robbed us. The
elderly is taken from loving, caring, qualified family members by court
appointed guardians who medicate and isolate them and our money pays for
everything. Probate judges start by removing all family claims and
nullifying family ownership. They seize control by appointing their own
public administrator, conservator or guardian and all family properties
are converted to court assets and sold far below market value. Widow’s
trust funds are depleted leaving nothing for the heirs, often not even
family heirlooms or pictures. Probate judges turn a blind eye to
families, overlooking well qualified family members for trustee, legal
guardian or conservator, leaving families impoverished, on Medicaid and
food stamps. Trusts are the biggest targets for court officials. Using
false accusations, they fight for control of your money and loved one,
then fight against you using your money and holding that person hostage.
To protect the family and property you are forced to hire more attorneys
draining your personal funds. Our courts are letting public officials
misuse laws and civil rights are not protected. Legacies are destroyed
and heirs are stripped of what is rightfully theirs. No agency is help
How Wards become victims: Instead of being protected by the system, our
wards are victimized by it. Strangers are given total control of life,
liberty, and property of their wards. They lose the right to contract
including the right to choose their own lawyer and control their assets
and make financial decisions; the right to remain in their own home and
protect it from sale, the right to protect their personal property and
heirlooms, the right to choose where to live, vote, marry or drive a
car, the right to decide their social environments with friends and
family, the right to accept or refuse medical treatment, including
psychotropic drugs, The pattern seen repeatedly is Instigate,
Separate, Liquidate, Isolate, Medicate, Steal the Estate, and Celebrate.
Families are evicted into the streets, college funds gone. Heirs receive
nothing! Abuse continues and grows more serious every day. Do you
believe your estate is protected from Probate Predators? Do your parents
have an irrevocable trust? Did you know Probate Courts rewrite wills and
break partnerships? Trust and wills mean nothing in Probate Courts!
By RANDALL STONE 14 Apr, 2017
Unknown to the average person, a system of unconstitutional tribunals have been put into place as a means to strip individuals of any age or disability, of all their rights in order to profit from the buying, selling and trading of human beings by government agencies. Known generically as the “probate system”, it includes probate of estates, divorce courts, child support, foster care and the forced adoption of children taken from their families. The public has been intentionally misled into believing these are courts of common law. What these are is arbitrarily constructed systems meant for no other purpose than to deprive the individual of any Constitutional rights or protections and to subject them to unconstitutional statues and codes written specifically to deprive them of their rights and property, and to profit from the buying, selling and trading of human beings, taken from their families. The public has been intentionally misled into believing these are courts of common law. What these are is arbitrarily constructed systems meant for no other purpose than to deprive the individual of any Constitutional rights or protections and to subject them to unconstitutional statues and codes written specifically to deprive them of their rights and property, and to profit from the buying, selling and trading of human beings. can also tear children from their families, declare individuals incapacitated with no evidence, steal billions of dollars annually from estates, lease out foster children for vaccine and drug testing, and can violate any and all of their own arbitrary statutes and regulations at will for no other reason than profit.
Administrative Tribunals are not subject to the legislative nor the judicial branch of state or federal government. Under the separation of powers, these Tribunals originate under the Executive branch of government, so as you are batted back and forth between legislators and the judiciary as to where responsibility may lay for these abominations, the door you need to be knocking on is the executive's; meaning either your state governor or the president of the United States.

Resources for more information on the Probate system:
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At a time when experts warn  that North Korea’s nuclear test site is “primed and ready,” President Donald Trump on Wednesday told the Fox Business Network , “we are sending an armada, very powerful. We have submarines, very powerful, far more powerful than the aircraft carrier.”

The president said of Kim Jong Un’s threats against U.S. warships, “we have the best military people on Earth. And I will say this: He is doing the wrong thing.”

 The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG 108) and the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain (CG 57) in a photo exercise with Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyers. (US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matt Brown)

This Saturday marks the 105th anniversary of the birth of Kim Il Sung, “eternal president” of North Korea, and grandfather of Kim Jong Un. Historically, Pyongyang has launched missile tests around important dates on the North Korean calendar.

 An MH-60R Sea Hawk from the Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 78 Blue Hawks preparing to take off from the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). (US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matt Brown)

The “armada,” officially called the U.S. Navy’s Carrier Strike Group 1, is currently making  its way toward North Korea. The strike group is led by the flagship U.S.S. Carl Vinson, which was commissioned in 1982 and has since had a long and rich history. Often called “America's Favorite Aircraft Carrier”, the San Diego-based ship was named for Rep. Carl Vinson, a Democrat from Georgia.

 The USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) transiting the South China Sea. (US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matt Brown)

Carl Vinson was born on November 18, 1883, and served more than 50 years in the U.S. House of Representatives. He was known  for his motto, “The most expensive thing in the world is a cheap Army and Navy,” insisting on U.S. military strength and preparedness.

Branded as the “Father of the Two-Ocean Navy”, Rep. Vinson sponsored the bill that increased the size of the U.S. Navy by 70 percent, allocating 4 billion dollars for the expansion of the Navy. The bill, signed by President Roosevelt in 1940 and known as the Vinson-Walsh Act, the Two-Ocean Navy Act and the Seventy Percent Act, was one of the largest procurement bills in the history of the Navy. His efforts earned  him the nickname, “the Admiral.” He retired on Christmas Day, 1964, boarding a train for Georgia. At the time, he was the longest serving member in the history of the House of Representatives.

Sailors assigned to the Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 136 'Gauntlets' prepare an EA-18G Growler for flight on the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). (US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matt Brown)

In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson awarded Vinson the Presidential Medal of Freedom, calling  him a “master legislative captain, helmsman, and navigator, his fixed star has always been the national interest.”

Vinson was the first living person in the history of the Navy to witness the launch of a ship named in his honor.

Perhaps best known for the burial-at-sea of Usama bin Laden in 2011, the U.S.S. Carl Vinson provided humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations in Haiti, arriving just 72 hours after the earthquake struck. The aircraft carrier has also been deployed in Operation Desert Strike, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Southern Watch and Operation Enduring Freedom.

The vessel earned the unique honor of hosting the first NCAA basketball game played on an aircraft carrier in 2011.

The U.S.S. Carl Vinson joined the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, deployed for nearly 10 months in the Western Pacific. Returning home in June of 2015, the Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group with embarked Carrier Air Wing “successfully flew 12,300 sorties, including 2,382 combat missions and dropped more than a half a million pounds of ordnance in the fight against ISIS” according  to Navy officials.

The impressive American aircraft carrier diverted to the waters around North Korea certainly sends a message. The president tweeted Thursday that he has confidence in neighboring China’s ability to “deal” with the isolated nation, promising that if they can’t, the U.S. stands ready to do so.

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