Mon Apr 11, 2016 | 8:21 PM EDT
Police arrest 400 at U.S. Capitol in protest of money in politics
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Police arrested more than 400 protesters outside the U.S. Capitol on Monday from Democracy Spring, an organization seeking to remove big money from politics and combat restrictive voter identification laws. The mostly calm and orderly demonstration resulted in arrests for what the U.S. Capitol Police called “unlawful demonstration activity” such as crowding and obstruction. Continue reading “Next time 4000!!”
Even with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and establishment of the state Right To Know offices, government reform advocates often battle for years to obtain information which should be publicly available. In America today, millions of your tax dollars are paid to contracted law firms that file endless objections, at both the national and state levels for information requests. Without a doubt, the most difficult nut to crack is the Judicial Branch, which has built a wall to conceal potentially revealing data. Continue reading “What Are United States Federal Judges Hiding: The Refusal to Release Decisions by Judges Names”
by James Carter
Americans who still believe that the U.S. Constitution protects them, have not yet dealt with the family law system. It’s no secret that the system is broken but unfortunately most people do not realize how serious the problem is until they experience it first hand. This corrupt system is the most destructive force operating on American families today. The greed and abuse of power is out of control, children’s lives are being destroyed and fit parents are being deprived of their basic human rights without notice or a chance to be heard. Continue reading “Experience Makes You an Expert- The Overlooked Problem of Family Courts”
It may be old news that Judge William Carpenter, Senior Judge William Nicholas, and Judge Richard Haaz sat on the April 27, 2015 panel to determine if Carpenter’s ambiguous protective order was violated by Attorney General Kane. But while thus far, Judge Richard Haaz has remained under the radar, it may be time to give him his place of honor in the Pennsylvania Courts Hall of Shame.
Continue reading “Montgomery Co. Judge Richard Haaz Fails to Disclose Conflict on Panel Against AG Kane”
In an article on Philly.com on November 15, 2015, regarding the ongoing judicial calamity in the Pennsylvania Court System, ethics expert Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr., an emeritus professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, took aim at the Judicial Conduct Board’s position that its proceedings are confidential. “It is a little paradoxical that a board constituted to create greater transparency and trust in the judiciary is itself quite untransparent,” he said. Pennsylvania citizens did not need an Ivy League law professor to state the obvious, it has been evident to litigants for decades. Continue reading “Pennsylvania Got Punked”
One of the lesser known provisions of the U.S. legal system is a “safety net” called Lawyers Fund for Client Security, which comes under the The National Client Protection Organization, Inc. There are branches in almost every state in the country. These funds are supposed to provide restitution for theft perpetrated by attorneys, but it would be very un- American if you didn’t have to jump hoops for any chance of recovery. Continue reading “Try Your Luck! Lawyers Fund For Client Security”
An epidemic of government corruption in America has led to economic decline, and social unrest. Evidence increasingly points to a major source as the Judicial Branch – the most powerful part of the government, expected to have the most integrity. It is no longer just conjecture, as citizen complaints of racketeering and misconduct by members of the Judiciary, are rampant across social media. A study published by Yale University Law School supports this reality, that judicial corruption is a major U.S. problem. Continue reading “America Wakes Up To Find Its Judicial Branch Infiltrated By Organized Crime”
There have been numerous legal filings concerning the actions of state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, including criminal charges against her. In addition, there have been many disclosures that employees and former employees of the Attorney General’s Office have been sending and receiving obscene emails with many others, including members of the judiciary. Many of the senders were employees on staff of the attorney general prior to Kane taking office. Continue reading “Legal Intelligencer: Former U.S. Attorney Calls To Stop Kane Investigation and Focus on Judicial Corruption”
Ten of thousands of American’s are now realizing they are not alone in being victimized by their own government, that is supposed to protect and provide justice for them. From the weakening of our immigration policies, to having homes forced into foreclosure on a massive scale, the self-regulation of our most powerful branch, has allowed policies that have weakened our economy and security. This is no more apparent than in the current condition of our judicial branch, which has appointed themselves as having the final say in the passage of laws.
Continue reading “Jihad by the Judiciary: The Rogue American Courts Weaken the Country”