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Iraq Lost 2,300 Humvees in Mosul to ISIS – Worth $579 Million

Posted on | May 31, 2015 | 3 Comments

Iraq Lost 2,300 Humvees in Mosul to ISIS – Worth $579 Million

Crazy Kerry

Posted on | May 31, 2015 | 2 Comments

[Watch] John Kerry Calls For The Internet To Be Placed Under The Authority Of The United Nations

[Watch] John Kerry Calls For The Internet To Be Placed Under The Authority Of The United Nations

 

Amazing story of strength and survival!

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  • Elizabeth Smart, Kidnapping Survivor, Gave Birth to Baby Girl

    Elizabeth Smart, who was kidnapped from her Utah home at age 14 and then became an activist for missing children, gave birth to her first child in February. The news was revealed by Elizabeth’s father, Ed Smart. Elizabeth, now 27, married Matthew Gilmour, a Scottish man she met while on a Church of…

    E! Online

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After the NYT Refused to Run Muhammad Pics, They Run The Pic of the Virgin Mary in Elephant Dung

After the NYT Refused to Run Muhammad Pics, They Run The Pic of the Virgin Mary in Elephant Dung

 

Please, call every senator, urge him to vote for Grassley bill for Inspector General for federal courts to end corruption and criminality in federal courts

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  • Grassley Bill Would Improve Oversight of the Federal Judiciary

    Grassley Bill Would Improve Oversight of the Federal Judiciary

    May 22, 2015

    WASHINGTON – Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley of Iowa introduced legislation creating an Inspector General for the judicial branch to provide greater oversight and uphold the constitutional checks and balances on the federal judiciary. The Judicial Transparency and Ethics Enhancement Act would establish an independent office to investigate claims of fraud, waste and misconduct, and ensure that the judiciary is carrying out its duties free from corruption, bias and hypocrisy.

    “Ensuring a fair and independent judiciary is critical to our constitutional system of checks and balances.  An independent watchdog for the federal judiciary will help its members comply with the ethics rules and promote credibility within the judicial branch of government.  This bill will not only help ensure continued public confidence in our federal courts and keep them beyond reproach, it will strengthen our judicial branch,” Grassley said.

    The Judicial Transparency and Ethics Enhancement Act would establish an Office of Inspector General for the judicial branch, which would function in a similar fashion to that of inspectors general in federal agencies of the executive branch.  The inspector general’s responsibilities would include conducting investigations of possible judicial misconduct, investigating waste fraud and abuse, and recommending changes in laws and regulations governing the federal judiciary.  The bill would also require the inspector general to provide the Chief Justice and Congress with an annual report on its activities, as well as to refer matters that may constitute a criminal violation to the Department of Justice.  In addition, the bill establishes whistleblower protections for judicial branch employees. The inspector general’s office would not be allowed to render judgement on individual cases decided by the courts.

    In recent years, the Senate has received articles of impeachment for two federal judges after criminal investigations brought their misconduct to light. Last fiscal year, Congress appropriated nearly $7 billion to the federal judiciary—as much as some agencies that have an inspector general. An inspector general for the judicial branch would provide a backstop for the current practice of self-regulating judges and protect taxpayer dollars from waste and misuse.

    Text of the Judicial Transparency and Ethics Enhancement Act, S. 1418, is available here. Text of Grassley’s floor statement regarding this bill is below.

    Mr. President,

    Today I am reintroducing the Judicial Transparency and Ethics Enhancement Act, a bill that would establish within the judicial branch an Office of Inspector General to assist the Judiciary with its ethical obligations as well as to ensure taxpayer dollars are not lost to waste, fraud, or abuse.  This bill will help ensure that our federal judicial system remains free of corruption, bias, and hypocrisy.

    The facts demonstrate that the institution of the Inspector General has been crucial in detecting, exposing and deterring problems within our government.  The job of the Inspector General is to be the first line of defense against fraud, waste and abuse.  In collaboration with whistleblowers, Inspectors General have been extremely effective in their efforts to expose and help correct these wrongs.

    That’s why, during my many years in Congress, I’ve worked hard to strengthen the oversight role of Inspectors General throughout the federal government.  I’ve come to rely on IGs and whistleblowers to ensure that our tax dollars are spent according to the letter and spirit of the law. And when that doesn’t happen, we in Congress need to know about it and take corrective action.

    During the past fiscal year, Congress appropriated nearly $7 billion in taxpayer money to the federal judiciary.  To put this in context, the Small Business Administration and the Corporation for National and Community Service each received a similar or less amount than the judiciary.  Yet both of these entities have an Office of Inspector General.  If we in Congress believed that these entities could use an Inspector General, I cannot see why the Judiciary wouldn’t deserve the same assistance.

    But there is an additional reason why the Judiciary needs an Inspector General.  The fact remains that the current practice of self-regulation of judges with respect to ethics and the judicial code of conduct has time and time again proven inadequate.  I would point out to my colleagues two recent events here in the Senate that support this conclusion.

    In the past six years, the Senate received articles of impeachment for not one but two federal judges.  In the first case, former Judge Samuel B. Kent, although charged with multiple counts of sexual assault, pled guilty to obstruction of justice.  Who did he obstruct?  Who did he lie to?  He did this to his fellow judges, who were assembled to investigate the allegations of his obscene and criminal behavior.  But it took a criminal investigation by the Department of Justice to uncover his false statements to his colleagues as well as substantiate the horrendous claims made against him.

    In the second case, the Senate found former Judge G. Thomas Porteous, Jr. guilty on multiple articles of impeachment, including accepting money from attorneys who had a case pending before him in his court and committing perjury by falsifying his name on bankruptcy filings.  Once again, this Judge’s misbehavior came to light through a federal criminal investigation, after which another judicial committee had to be organized to investigate their fellow judge.

    What’s more, in each case the disgraced judge tried to game the system in order to retain his $174,000 salary.  Rather than resign their commissions, each first tried to claim disability status that would allow each to continue to receive payment, even if in prison.  Then both played chicken with Congress daring us to strip them of their pay by impeaching and convicting them.  I am pleased that we put our foot down and said “No.”

    This bill would establish an Office of Inspector General for the judicial branch.  The IG’s responsibilities would include conducting investigations of possible judicial misconduct, investigating waste fraud and abuse, and recommending changes in laws and regulations governing the federal judiciary.  The bill would require the IG to provide the Chief Justice and Congress with an annual report on its activities, as well as refer matters that may constitute a criminal violation to the Department of Justice.  In addition, the bill establishes whistleblower protections for judicial branch employees.

    Ensuring a fair and independent judiciary is critical to our Constitutional system of checks and balances. Judges are supposed to maintain impartiality. They’re supposed to be free from conflicts of interest.  An independent watchdog for the federal judiciary will help its members comply with the ethics rules and promote credibility within the judicial branch of government.  Whistleblower protections for judiciary branch employees will help keep the judiciary accountable. The Judicial Transparency and Ethics Enhancement Act will not only help ensure continued public confidence in our federal courts and keep them beyond reproach, it will strengthen our judicial branch.

    Mr. President, I ask unanimous consent that the text of this bill be printed in the Record.

  • An Inspector General for the federal judiciary? « Hercules …

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    May 28, 2015 By RGK in Uncategorized Tags: Inspector General for the federal judiciary, lack of transparency in the federal courts, Senate Bill S.1418 (2015), .

 

NSA Domestic Surveillance Program ‘Likely’ to Expire Tonight

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NSA Domestic Surveillance Program ‘Likely’ to Expire Tonight, Former

ABC News  – ‎11 minutes ago‎
Key provisions of the PATRIOT Act — the controversial law that allows the NSA to collect Americans’ phone records and secretly track suspected terrorists – will likely expire tonight, a former White House counterterrorism official told ABC’s George …

Judge disqualifies all 250 prosecutors in Orange County, CA because of widespread corruption. This is the county, where I resign. This is the DA office, which declined to take ny action in the case of my opponent in GOP primary, who was registered as a Dem in 2 other states

Posted on | May 31, 2015 | 3 Comments

CIA whistle-blower, Dennis Montgomery provided Sheriff Arpaio documents of alleged collusion between the Justice Department and Federal judge in his case. Justice Department wants those documents

Posted on | May 31, 2015 | 7 Comments

Rules for Whitey: Lehigh Prof Publishes “Ten Cracka Commandments” for White People. Call this university and urge the President of Ini and the Board of Trustees to fire this racist thug professor

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Rules for Whitey: Lehigh Prof Publishes “Ten Cracka Commandments” for White People (VIDEO)

 

Martin O’Malley Uses Goldman Sachs to Hit Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush

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Martin O’Malley Uses Goldman Sachs to Hit Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush

HUNDREDS of Oregon Gun Rights Advocates Rally Against New Laws – Will Not Comply

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HUNDREDS of Oregon Gun Rights Advocates Rally Against New Laws – Will Not Comply

HUNDREDS of Oregon Gun Rights Advocates Rally Against New Laws – Will Not Comply

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HUNDREDS of Oregon Gun Rights Advocates Rally Against New Laws – Will Not Comply

Massive Dirty Bomb Exercise Set For June: “We Are Clearly Seeing An Undeniable Buildup To A So Far Unknown Event”

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Intellihub | A massive simulated dirty bomb attack exercise is set to take place at the end of June in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Greece continues talks on aid, deal unlikely on Sunday: sources

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Greece continues talks on aid, deal unlikely on Sunday: sources

Citizens of CA will be forced to pay for the Healthcare of illegal aliens

Posted on | May 31, 2015 | 1 Comment

Healthcare bill for the undocumented in California goes forward

Los Angeles –  A bill authorizing undocumented immigrants to obtain health insurance and providing subsidized medical care for their children was “saved” at the last minute in a committee and will now be studied by the full Senate. The SB 4 bill, introduced by Hispanic Democrat Ricardo Lara of Bell…

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