Monthly Archives: May 2012

You took my joy: Bullying in the land of freedom and happiness

My research into harassment networks has led to the realization that most of the increasingly toxic racial interactions I’ve experienced over the past 20 years are a direct result of the Progressive movement’s attempt to ‘change’ American culture by driving … Continue reading

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Novice Republican

In 2008 I voted for Sarah Palin marking my shift from Democrat to Republican. As a Democrat in California, I’d voted for all the immigrant friendly legislation believing that if business had to pay extra taxes for them, then there … Continue reading

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Preamble Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have … Continue reading

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Reinforcing Liberal ideology in the classroom

When I was in grammar school learning civics, the teacher impressed upon us that it was inappropriate for her to discuss her personal politics or religion at work. Today that teacher is likely to say the same thing, however she … Continue reading

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Mission statement

“Power does not corrupt men; fools, however, if they get into a position of power, corrupt power.” — George Bernard Shaw Expose: My mission is to expose and eliminate the practice of liberal activists exploiting Public Health and Civil Rights programs … Continue reading

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Report Index

Ordered by Date Date Title City State TAG 2007-02-23 Country Doctor Clinic: Investigatorattempt to illicit a malicious complaint against an immigrant health care worker accused of sexual misconduct by other patients. Seattle WA My character 2011-08-18 MeterorCom Right-to-Represent: Recruiters attempt … Continue reading

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Religious leaders facilitating special interests masquerading as social justice

It is likely that DoJ Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties outreach programs provide legal cover for religious based non-profits such as the Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harassment and the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations to use … Continue reading

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Champion growers

If it is true that conservatives, regardless of socio-economics, have a better track record of growing children into healthy, productive and happy adults, then why are liberals driving behavioral science research and public policy? Much of what we’ve learned from behavioral … Continue reading

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Privacy Laws

The United States has no comprehensive privacy protection law for the private sector. A patchwork of federal laws covers some specific categories of personal information.4 These include financial records,5 health information,6 credit reports,7 video rentals,8 cable television,9 children’s (under age … Continue reading

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Question LGBT Authority

If respected high profile people like Pat Buchanan can’t address LGBT issues earnestly in public without risk to their careers and even women in shelters can’t talk about these issues or report abuses in the safety of a women’s shelter without … Continue reading

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