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The deadly-but-forgotten government gun-running scandal known as “Fast and Furious” has lain dormant for years, thanks to White House stonewalling and media compliance. But newly uncovered e-mails have reopened the case, exposing the anatomy of a coverup by an administration that promised to be the most transparent in history.
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I salute you Connie Marshall you spoke the truth but it was treated as lies you created because you stood up against the government and when they knew they was wrong they used their government connections to do you oh so dirty.
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Even the most generous retirement benefits are not convincing seniors to leave the workforce in America, according to new studies.
Some just can't afford to retire others have worked the .majority of their lives on jobs that had no retirement benefits. With their other income such as Social Security benefits which in some cases not enough to meet the basic needs therefore working is still necessary to survive.
as a U.S. citizen parent whose Son has been wrongfully retained abroad in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1204, I have been placed in the worse position by the Executive and Judicial Branches of Federal Government because they do not permit my Son as a U.S. citizen return home to the U.S., or refuse to secure visitation as mandated by both Federal and State law.
DENVER -- There's dodging questions, and then there's... whatever you call this:
Jon Keyser is the Republican establishment's favored candidate to challenge Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) in the general election this fall. He's also been dogged lately by fairly well substantiated allegations of voter fraud concerning falsified signatures used to get his name on the ballot (he filed suit to secure a spot on the ballot after coming up 86 signatures short).
When Denver7 reporter Marshall Zelinger pressed Keyser on the authenticity of some of those all-important signatures in an interview Thursday, the candidate flailed for a bit, then -- having flailed some more -- vaguely threatened Zelinger with his dog.
"What is your response to the voters who saw their names [on your petition to make the ballot] and they tell me they didn't write their names?" Zellinger asks, opening the video.
“Well, Mitchell.” Zelinger corrects him: “Marshall.”
"Marshall, here's the important thing," Keyser responds. "The important thing is I'm on the ballot."
Zelinger goes on to press Keyser on potential voter fraud, before Keyser recognizes him as the same reporter who came to his door Thursday. Sensing an out, he pounces:
“Wait, were you the - hold on - were you the guy who was creeping around my house yesterday?” he asks.
“I knocked on your door,” replies Zelinger.
“Ugh,” Keyser responds, shaking his head in disgust. “You woke up my kids. Yeah, my baby cried for an hour after that.”
“I apologize,” Zelinger says.
Keyser presses further: “Did you get to meet my dog?”
“My dog is a great dog - he's bigger than you are."
“I met your dog and your nanny," says Zelinger. "She's very kind. Your dog was kind.”
“My dog is a great dog - he's bigger than you are," Keyser says. "He's huge. Big guy. Very protective.”
“I don't know what that meant," Zelinger responds, "but OK.”
Incredibly, the bizarre interview was actually an encore performance to an awkward series of questions Keyser struggled through at a debate earlier in the night, in which the moderator focused on the exact same issue.
Instead of answering the question at hand, Keyser returned time and again to the same tired phrase: "I'm on the ballot, and I'm going to beat Michael Bennet." Here's that exchange, which The Washington Post has dubbed Keyser's "Marco Rubio moment":
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How possible is it that the government could have your home or other areas under surveillance and a person just not know such as was alleged by a lady that resulted in the government including the courts system doing her so dirty they cleared themselves by ordering her to be placed in mental hospital and then defining her mentally unstable to be a party in her own court case against the government police after the police failed to appear in court over 20 times. Now that which she has alleged in one state is made true in another. I salute you things as you alleged and caught sheer hell for government style and was denied and said could not happen, happens this article is evidence of such.
It was a frigid winter in Uzbekistan and Sanjar Umarov stood shoeless and shivering in the middle of the prison courtyard for hours, fighting the freezing cold. It was torture. But his punishment was light in comparison to the other prisoners, he knew. He could hear their bloodcurdling screams. Like him, a notorious opposition leader, many were guilty of simply standing up to the president, Islam Karimov.
Umarov and the men and women who shared his pain in that Uzbek prison are not alone, of course. Political repression has survived the end of the Cold War and the advent of the internet quite nicely, thank you — just look to Bashar al-Assad’s Syria or Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe. Indeed, 2,600 years after its birth in Athens, democracy is having a tougher go of it than one might expect. In its 2015 Democracy Index, the Economist Intelligence Unit reckons that just 12 percent of the world’s population lives in what it calls “full democracy,” down from about 15 percent in 2014. Three in 10 people live under regimes where challenging the status quo is likely to land them in prison, get them tortured or worse. The headline of a survey by the nonprofit Freedom House tells a similar tale. Its title: “Discarding Democracy: Return to the Iron Fist.”
None of the 11 municipalities within the 30-kilometer-radius urgent protective action planning zone (UPZ) around the Hamaoka nuclear plant in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, want the power station's idled reactors restarted, a Mainichi Shimbun survey has found.
Third graders forced to read a book about a "boy in dress."
So.e are forced to not enroll and attend school at all and there is no reason that is because of their action or cause but the school system choice. What can't be forced is the question.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Several former Polish defense ministers are calling for the dismissal of the current minister, arguing that he is undermining the image of Poland's military within NATO and Polish society itself. The letter, made public Sunday, comes several days after Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz accused his predecessors of leaving the country defenseless with mismanagement and allowing Russian agents to influence military training. The signatories say Macieriewicz's claims aren't true. They said he has discredited the army, undermined the country's image with its allies and encouraged "aggressive activities against our country" by enemies. A spokesman for the president, an ally of the ruling Law and Justice party, denounced the letter as a "tool of the opposition" being used in a "political fight." The letter was signed by former Defense Ministers Janusz Onyszkiewicz, Bronislaw Komorowski, Radoslaw Sikorski, Bogdan Klich and Tomasz Siemoniak, and former deputy defense minister Janusz Zemke.
Chicago, IL — Responsible for torturing more than 200 people to obtain false confessions, former Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge has cost the city and Cook County over $100 million in legal fees and settlements. On Monday, the city of Chicago paid out $5.5 million in reparations to 57 of Burge’s victims, while the corrupt former police commander continues to receive his $4,000 monthly pension from the city.
Between 1972 and 1991, Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge and his men tortured hundreds of people to extract forced confessions from them. Up to 200 torture victims have accused Burge of using cattle prods on their genitals, plastic bags to cause suffocation, phone books to strike their heads, burning them on radiators, and forcing guns into their mouths during interrogations. Suspended from the department in 1991, Burge was fired two years later after the Police Department Review Board ruled that he had tortured hundreds of people.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/chicago-pays-5-million-57-victims-worse-cop-history-receives-pension/#R4DT2weVqhv3IrtX.99