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Name: Laser Haas
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Hometown: Anywhere USA
Home country: United States
Current location: NOMADIC
Member since: Mon Apr 21, 2008, 01:12 PM
Number of posts: 7,805

About Me

Love BB, Laser Tag, Poker (Tournaments only). Work with Occupy camps. Willing to help you in your fight for justice (let's discuss it).

Journal Archives

Breast cancer page scrubbed from women's health website: report

Source: The HILL

A webpage that focused on breast cancer was reportedly scrubbed from the website of the Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) Office on Women's Health (OWH).

The changes on WomensHealth.gov - which include the removal of material on insurance for low-income people - were detailed in a new report from the Sunlight Foundation's Web Integrity Project and reported by ThinkProgress.

A spokesperson for HHS told ThinkProgress the page was removed Dec. 6, 2017 "because content was not mobile-friendly and very rarely used."

"Before we update any of the information... we engage in a comprehensive audit and use analysis process that includes reviewing other federal consumer health websites to ensure we are not duplicating efforts or presenting redundant information," the spokesperson said

Read more: http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/381217-health-dept-scrubs-breast-cancer-page-from-website-on-womens-health?amp&__twitter_impression=true

Dem senator says he now supports ban on assault-style weapons

Source: The HILL

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) says he would now back a ban on assault-style weapons.

"I don't know how I can responsibly look at those young people and not say 'We need to do something,' " Warner said Friday, according to The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk.

"We can debate around the edges where and what the perfect solution is. ... But it's time for action."

Warner said the challenge in drafting legislation is that an "assault weapon, in the law, is a kind of a vague term."

Read more: http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/381212-dem-senator-says-he-now-supports-ban-on-assault-style-weapons?amp&__twitter_impression=true


This is a copy of my posting, on LinkedIn, where I've met many other whistleblowers; whilst .I'm continuing in my quest to get indictments of Romney/ Bain Capital, Goldman Sachs and their secret lawyers (Paul Traub, MNAT & Colm Connolly).

Whistleblowing is the pursuit of truth; which is essential to the good order of a civil society.

Currently, the world's citizenry faces crisis of extraordinary overreach by oligarch tyrants; who perpetrate cronyism, corruption and cover-ups, unrelenting.

From political prisoners, to other mentalities, economic& physical, there's no end in sight, on how bad things may get; which is why our societies should embrace, embolden and reward those who put themselves on the line, for truth"s sake.

Without whistleblowers, anarchy reigns supreme; and suffering increases.

My hat tip to all fellow whistleblowers, around the world.

Whether you are telling the tale of woe of fraud, or about abuse of power, or fighting unjust law, bad faith protocols, or just simple issues of other employees stealing a little thing. The fact is, our world needs your efforts, for truth sake.

Most of you will remain as unsung heroes; but heroes you are; and we are - all - in your debt.

Thanks - greatly - 👍😎👌


New York Magazine cover depicts Trump as a pig

Source: The HILL


Read more: http://thehill.com/homenews/media/381205-ny-magazine-cover-depicts-trump-as-a-pig?amp&__twitter_impression=true

Judge Arrested: Failed to Pass Smell Test - Stealing Underwear


The HILL Opinions: Comey's book tour is a colossal mistake

From unqualified reports that Comey got an immunity, to 2 Repug Congressmen taking license to receive by claiming McCabe lied to Coney (about unauthorized releasing info to the press) - it's hard to know - what to believe.

Former FBI Director Coney has a new book out, which he is doing a "tour" of.

Question is - should James Coney - be doing so????

Below is the Op-ed via "The HILL"


The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill

Announcements of scheduled appearances for the widely anticipated $850-to-attend book tour by fired FBI Director James Comey foreshadow a much-ballyhooed return to the public square. Media outlets eagerly booked the former director, and his opus, “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership,” briefly jumped to No. 1 on Amazon’s best-seller list.

But should Comey — a central witness in special counsel Robert Mueller probe — be making public his version of events which will certainly differ significantly with what President Trump, the central target in the special prosecutor’s probe, has repeatedly stated?

Comey was humiliatingly removed by the president last May and enjoyed a brief period of bipartisan sympathy for the disgraceful manner in which he was dispatched. The FBI’s seventh director learned of his termination via televised news reports while appearing before an FBI audience in Los Angeles. This is not the manner with which career public servants should ever be separated from service. Yet, with the current president, it has become de rigueur.


How to Arrest Federal Agencies Refusal to Indict Wall Street

Believe what you will, the empirical clearly demonstrates there's a double standard emulating from our federal agents, agencies of Justice and our courts.

We - the 99% - are held accountable, on a regular basis. If you sell individual cigarettes, you can be choked to death. Vote in elections, while on parole; and back to jail you go.

Steal a loaf of bread, whilst being the wrong color could equal life in prison; even though your 1st couple of convictions were due to too many hemp totes.


Be a Mitt Romney, Llyod Blankfein, Trump, Paul Traub, or Jamie Simon minions, engaging in billions of dollars in rip-offs, lies under oath, scheme against the nation via agents of foreign power, or of Bain Capital & Goldman Sachs rank and file...

.....and you're likely to never even be investigated (because nobody inside our systems of Justice, wants to know) - much less prosecuted.

Even if you do get - "caught" - there's revolving doors, or more to the point bribery & corruption, by "Deferred Prosecution Agreements.

Just ask former USAG John Ashcroft about his $50 million - NO BID - Deferred Prosecution Agreement; which Ashcroft got, from his underling (NJ United States Attorney Chris Christie).

Christie's brother received a "defer"; and the GOP loved the NWO end runs around Bribery Laws, so much, the quid pro quo was Chris Christie becoming Governor.

Or you do it the Romney way, by "retroactively" retiring from your organized crimes; because - running for high politico office - grants one a life long "Above-the-Law" status.

We need to find a way to fix this chit

Is it possible that Trump, Romney or Blankfein will ever be investigated - properly - much less prosecuted?

Bill Clinton suffered massive action, and he even was disbarred; but he never was indicted.

Then he signed Glass Steagall law, into oblivion!

Just sayin, this double standard - sucks - and we, as a nation, doors the Bail-Out Bill!

Do you really believe Wall Street frauds, are white-collar, victimless crimes?

Only Way to Get Indictments -
..........................Is via Court of Public Opinion

It vexed me greatly, how much the nation will get behind Senators Warren or Sanders; and get behind the 99%, for a time; but nobody, including main stream media, or the Sanders, will make a - "case in point" - about nolle prisequi (refusal to prosecute)!

Maybe it is due to the fact that the numbers are so staggering, that the American public simply doesn't care; because most will never see $10,000 in savings.

Why should "we" care about rich people getting frug'ucked?

Has it ever occurred to you that the reason you aren't living a better life, is all the free flowing monies, are fleeced, and then put - off shore?

Don't get me wrong. When it comes to whistleblowing, I've done more of such - than most; and many battles have been won (dozens in jail and several national law firms are shut down).

But the, Civil War - for the safety of our nations economic security - continues.

Do you believe there's a way to get Wall Street execs, indicted!

New NY Law bans Police having sex with people in custody


New York lawmakers passed a bill Thursday that bans police officers from having sex with people in custody, the New York Daily News reported.

The bill, which says that detained people are unable to consent to sex, would close a legal loophole that let police officers avoid sexual assault charges by saying sex with people in custody was consensual.

Last month, BuzzFeed reported that many states do not have laws explicitly defining sexual contact between officers and detainees as nonconsensual. At least six states have passed bills to change such laws.

Don't know which is worse.... The fact that this behavior is so rampant, a law is needed...

Or the fact that a specific law is necessary, as prudence

Link to article from - The HILL


Stormy Daniels lawyer a 'PR machine,' Cohen's attorney says

Source: The HILL

An attorney for President Trump's longtime lawyer Michael Cohen says his counterpart in the Stormy Daniels lawsuit is a "PR machine" for his client, the adult film star who is suing the president to come forward with details of their alleged affair.

David Schwartz, the attorney for Cohen, said Daniels's lawyer Michael Avenatti has done well publicizing the adult film star's allegations in a seemingly non-stop series of cable news interviews, drawing attention to a story Schwartz says is entirely "nonsensical."

"I give this guy [Avenatti] credit for one thing ... he's made the best out of this story. This guy is a PR machine. And he's only in it for himself," Schwartz told radio host John Catsimatidis on AM 970 New York.

Avenatti is handling the defamation lawsuit from Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, against Cohen for his hand in offering a $130,000 payment to the actress in exchange for signing a nondisclosure agreement just 11 days before the 2016 election.

Read more: http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/381110-stormy-daniels-lawyer-a-pr-machine-cohens-attorney-says?amp&__twitter_impression=true
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