Archive for the ‘Abuse of authority’ Category

Your tax dollars hard at work.

EPA Employees Billed Taxpayers $15,000 for Gym Memberships in Vegas Agency scientists spent $399 each instead of utilizing gym on UNLV campus BY: Elizabeth Harrington April 11, 2017 4:07 pm Environmental Protection Agency employees billed taxpayers roughly $15,000 for gym memberships, while numerous employees are upset over looming budget cuts. An agency library in Las […]

Will there be criminal charges? Doubtful.

NY Times: ATF Spent $21K on NASCAR Race From Secret Bank Account Image: (Russell LaBounty/NKP via AP) By Mark Swanson | Tuesday, 11 Apr 2017 08:56 AM Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) managed millions in a secret bank account, including spending $21K on a suite at a NASCAR race and […]

Just a tad over the top, even for a teacher, don’t you think? Social engineering…start them young, right?

FL teacher fired over ‘racist,’ ‘sexist’ white privilege survey for sixth-graders APRIL 7, 2017 BY VICTOR SKINNER SPRING HILL, Fla. – Fox Chapel Middle School fired a probationary teacher after she distributed a white privilege survey to her pre-teen students. The survey “How Comfortable am I?” posed the question regarding dozens of hypothetical situations and […]

Legalized robbery. Asset forfeiture has evolved into something that was not the original intent.

Billions in Civil Asset Plunder A new DOJ report sheds light on a very problematic police revenue source. Michael Swartz · Mar. 31, 2017 Our federal government has spent nearly a half-century fighting a “War on Drugs” with varying levels of success. One tactic introduced early on was the seizing of assets of those who […]

Of course, what the author or the paper does not tell you is John is a MPCA commissioner, likely worried about his job and pushing his agenda to keep the gravy train flowing.

I always find it funny when the “rulers” don’t follow the rules.  This is a copy of the court record of the author of the letter below published in the DNT and apparently, he cares little about following laws and rules that apply to all of us…but is awful damn fast to dictate how we, the […]

What could possibly go wrong?

Seattle to let heroin addicts shoot up in first-ever government ‘supervised injection facility’ Justin Haskins 1 min Officials in Seattle and King County, Washington, are working to find funding and locations to build two supervised injection facilities that will allow heroin addicts to shoot up without any fear of punishment and under the supervision of […]

Another dirtbag democrat and a prosecutor as well.

Democratic Philly DA indicted for allegedly stealing from his own mother, public corruption Leon Wolf 2 hours Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams (middle) listens as Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross speaks at a news conference in January 2016. Williams is currently under indictment on charges of public corruption and fraud, as well as for allegedly […]

Al Franken opens his yap again to prove what an idiot he is.

Sen. Al Franken to Gorsuch: Are You Part of Steve Bannon’s Plan for Deconstruction of the Administrative State? by PENNY STARR21 Mar 2017 During Judge Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) asked Gorsuch about remarks made by President Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff Reince Preibus and Chief Strategist Steve […]

Why are criminal charges not filed?

Former U.S. Bank Stadium chair waived $55,300 in rent for club spaces without oversight Michele Kelm-Helgen waived fees for event spaces for some groups. By Rochelle Olson Star Tribune MARCH 10, 2017 — 6:26AM ELIZABETH FLORES, STAR TRIBUNE Michele Kelm-Helgen waived more than $55,300 in rent for U.S. Bank Stadium club spaces without consulting the […]

Its all about government control and overreach. Only in Wisconsin? No. The Government does not care about private property rights.

Regulation madness: Inside a family’s 12-year legal fight to sell a small, vacant parcel of land Sara Gonzales Regulation madness: Inside a family’s 12-year legal fight to sell a small, vacant parcel of land The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments next month in the case of Murr v. Wisconsin, a property rights case stemming […]