November 15, 2015
November 14, 2015
Source: Families demand probate reform
November 14, 2015
“If we desire respect for the law, we must first make the law respectable.”
–The Honorable Louis D. Brandeis
The dangers facing a largely unsuspecting public looms large as families find their assets and civil liberties being high jacked and trampled by the legal industry via probate courts. Historically probate courts were specialized courts that handled the administration of estates, ensuring that the decedent’s wishes were carried out.
Today, probate courts have become venues for instant liquidation of assets, pillaging, legal abuse and other atrocities. Probate lawyers work with banks and realtors and are quick to jump in the game. Beneficiaries are denied due process rights and are threatened and harassed as their inheritance is depleted.
All too often there are bribes to public officials and law enforcement “looks the other way.” Lawyers devise schemes to defraud estates and others sell off property to their groups of cronies for pennies on the dollar. Families are destroyed, estates pillaged, inheritance depleted, careers shattered, as protracted litigation bankrupts the brightest and the best. Just ask the forty families who came forward to share their “horror stories of probate” at the state Capitol in July 2015.
This dirty little secret comes as a surprise to vulnerable family members facing the loss. Although public awareness is slowly growing, resistance to change plagues the industry. According to financial expert Juliette Fairley probate is big business topping nearly $41 trillion annually, double the energy industry.
For those of us who have legally abused by court appointed and estate lawyers experienced threats, corruption, forced to sign non-disclosure agreements to conceal the lawyers schemes and fraud, legal fee churning, and other abuses, life is never the same. New media websites like the Estate of Denial, F.A.C.E.U.S. (Denver), the National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse, and HAR Justice’s, “The Economic Rape of America” along with online radio programs have done their part to “highlight” the issue, yet this ugly reality persists. More
November 10, 2015
Dr Gary Kohls, Government Agent Orange, aspartame disease, Dow chemical, Dr Gary Kohls, Ecological Devastation of Southeast Asia, Government, herbicides, Monsanto, Operation Ranch Hand, veterans 4 Comments
Duty to Warn
Four specially-equipped US Air Force cargo planes spraying a Vietnamese triple canopy forest with dioxin-contaminated Agent Orange during what the Vietnamese called the “American War” (those aren’t benign “contrails”, they’re toxic “chemtrails”)
50 years ago this next month (December 1965), with the urging of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the rubber stamp approval of President Lyndon Johnson and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, the United States Air Force started secretly spraying the forests of Laos with a deadly herbicide that was known as Agent Orange.
Operation Ranch Hand, whose motto was “Only We Can Prevent Forests” (a shameful takeoff of Smokey the Bear’s admonition), was a desperate, costly and ultimately futile effort to make it a little harder for the National Liberation Front soldiers from North Vietnam to join and supply their comrades-in-arms in the south. Both the guerilla fighters in the south and the NLF army had been fighting to liberate Vietnam from the exploitive colonial domination from foreign nations such as imperial France (that began colonizing Vietnam in 1874), then Japan (during WWII), then the United States (since France’s expulsion after their huge military defeat at Dien Bien Phu in 1954) and then against its own nation’s US-backed fascist/military regime in South Vietnam that was headed by the brutal and corrupt President Diem.
(Incidentally, the nepotism in the US-backed, Roman Catholic Diem’s iron-fisted rule was almost laughable, with one brother being the Catholic Archbishop of Vietnam, a second brother being in charge of the Hue district, and a third brother being the co-founder of the only legal political party in South Vietnam [as well as Diem’s principal adviser]. It needs to be pointed out that true democracies do not criminalize political parties.)
The aim of the National Liberation Front was to unite the north and the south portions of the country and free it from the influence and occupation of foreign invaders. The leader of the liberation movement since its beginning was Ho Chi Minh, who had made sincere appeals to both President Woodrow Wilson (after WWI had weakened France’s colonial system) and President Harry Truman (after the Japanese had taken over Vietnam during WWII and then surrendered to the US in 1945).
Each appeal asked for America’s help to liberate Vietnam from their French colonial oppressors, and each one fell on deaf ears, even though Ho Chi Minh had frequently incorporated the wording and spirit of America’s Declaration of Independence in his continuous efforts to achieve justice for his suffering people.
Elizabeth Forel of Coalition to Ban Horse Drawn Carriages on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 11/11/15)
November 10, 2015
Join us on Wild Horse Wednesday (*SM) , Nov. 11, 2015 More
November 10, 2015
Debbie Dahmer, Voices Carry for Animals Animal Rights Activists, Award winning photographer, Conversations with a Pit Bull, Debbie Dahmer, foster corder, Fosters Animal World, TS Radio, Voices Carry for Animals Leave a comment
5:00 pm PST … 6:00 pm MST … 7:00 pm CST … 8:00 pm EST
November 10, 2015
November 8, 2015
Marti Oakley, TS Radio Carol Herman, corrupt courts, Debbie Dahmer, elder abuse, FATE, Foundation Aiding The Elderly., Long Term Care Facility Improvement Trust Fund, Marti Oakley, TS Radio Leave a comment
November 7, 2015
November 6, 2015
How much help can Hillary Clinton expect from the White House or the FBI in keeping her email dilemma from tainting her presidential campaign?
The right answer would be: not much.
President Barack Obama and his former Secretary of State are at loggerheads to begin with. And the FBI is nothing but an arrow in Obama’s quiver — as well as an embarrassment to the Justice Department.
But aside from the obvious political tensions at work, Hillary’s email problems are much more serious than the public has been led to believe. In fact they are fraught with a danger not even a friendly FBI could ignore.
November 4, 2015
In an odd sense of timing, Jeb Bush, former Republican governor of Florida, released his plan for overhauling Obamacare on the same day as the first debate for the Democrat Presidential candidates, so there was little media attention to his proposals. Governor Bush’s plan does address some of the worst provisions of Obamacare and pushes for a more limited role of the federal government. But it’s still a very mixed bag.
On the plus side, the Bush plan lacks the massive micromanagement of Obamacare. It would give states more flexibility to decide how best to use a pool of money from federal taxpayers to provide medical coverage for those with low income and/or pre-existing conditions. But each state would still have to meet federal criteria on various outcome measures, yet to be determined. This is a “tweak” but not a “fix” for a serious flaw of Obamacare.
Bush proposes an overhaul of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that is long overdue and badly needed. As he stated, “It should not cost $1.2 billion to $2.6 billion nor take 12 to 15 years to advance a medicine from discovery to patients, but that is the case under the Food and Drug Administration’s current regulatory mess.” In my field of medical practice, American women were denied FDA approval of Estrogel, a bioidentical estradiol gel for menopause therapy, for 30 years after it was approved in France and widely used around the world.
Another plus is that Bush proposes to end the inequality in tax treatment of employer-sponsored health insurance plans, which are free of both income and payroll taxes, and individually purchased policies, which are not tax-deductible, and must be purchased with after-tax dollars. In other words, owning your own policy absorbs up to twice as much of your earnings as an employer-owned policy. This inequity leads to “job lock”—people are dependent on their employer for affordable health coverage. Your employer doesn’t own you, but he may own your health insurance!
The Bush plan, however, like many other supposedly conservative plans, uses the idea of a “refundable tax credit” to help pay for health insurance. If the amount is greater than taxes you owe, it is an outright subsidy, a transfer from other taxpayers’ earnings to health insurance companies. In other words, it is a wealth redistribution scheme that distorts the market by prepaying for other people’s “healthcare” (which means their medical care plus a generous cut to its managers and payers).
Fundamentally, Jeb’s plan suffers from several fatal flaws common to many proposals:
- The idea that government should be involved at all in regulating and overseeing medical care. Government-mandated coverage and onerous regulations are at the root of the massive cost increases in health insurance premiums under Obamacare.
- The idea that funds should be redistributed from Medicare serving the elderly to pay for the expansion of Medicaid for younger people. Obamacare’s redistribution of medical service funds takes money from sick older patients needing cancer treatment, joint replacement, hospital readmissions for relapses of heart or lung disease, hospice, and home health care of the sick to instead provide “free” abortion, contraception, and preventive screenings to younger, healthier people. Bush is apparently silent on the more than $700 billion Obamacare cut from Medicare to spend on more politically favored younger groups and their lifestyle choices.
- The idea that Obamacare can be “tweaked” rather than repealed in its entirety. To date, Senator Ted Cruz is the only Presidential candidate of either party to call for total repeal of Obamacare, not just “tweaking.”
Obamacare is a “bomb” about to destroy the world’s best medical services. It is already causing health insurance premiums to explode, and causing massive damage to the economy with its job-killing mandates on employers. You wouldn’t want the bomb squad to “tweak” a bomb that is under your house, as Bush proposes. It is time for this bomb to be dismantled and removed completely as Senator Ted Cruz proposes, before more damage is done.
We need a candidate who sees clearly the harm that Obamacare is doing to individuals, medical practices, patient services, and the economy. We need to repeal Obamacare’s whole tangled structure and start over, with market-based, patient-centered solutions. We need to end the idea that the federal government can “fix” quality or cost by overseeing and interfering in medical decisions. The power to make those decisions belongs in the hands of patients, in consultation with their chosen physicians.
Author/Contributor short bio: Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D.,
Dr. Vliet is Chief Medical Officer of Med Expert Chile, SpA, an international medical consulting company based in Santiago, Chile whose mission is high quality, lower cost medical care focused on preserving medical freedom, privacy, and the Oath of Hippocrates commitment to individual patients. Dr. Vliet is a past Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). Dr. Vliet also has an active US medical practice in Tucson AZ and Dallas TX specializing in preventive and climacteric medicine with an integrated approach to evaluation and treatment of women and men with complex medical and hormonal problems. Dr. Vliet received a NECO 2014 Ellis Island Medal of Honor and the Arizona Foundation for Women 2007 Voice of Women award for her pioneering medical and educational advocacy for overlooked hormone connections in women’s health. She received her M.D. degree and internship in Internal Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School, and completed specialty training at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She earned her B.S. and Master’s degrees from the College of William and Mary in Virginia. Dr. Vliet has appeared on FOX NEWS, Cavuto, Stuart Varney Show, Fox and Friends, Sean Hannity and many nationally syndicated radio shows across the country as well as numerous Healthcare Town Halls addressing the economic and medical impact of the 2010 healthcare law. Dr. Vliet is a past co-host of America’s Fabric radio show. Dr. Vliet’s health books include: It’s My Ovaries, Stupid; Screaming To Be Heard: Hormonal Connections Women Suspect– And Doctors STILL Ignore; Women, Weight and Hormones; The Savvy Woman’s Guide to Great Sex, Strength, and Stamina, and The Savvy Woman’s Guide to PCOS. Dr. Vliet’s websites are www.HerPlace.com, and www.MedExpertChile.com.
This release was brought to you by Angel Pictures & Publicity
November 3, 2015
Duty to Warn
“Still psychiatrists went on behaving as if antipsychotics were essentially benign and arguing that they were necessary to prevent an underlying toxic brain disease (7). Andreasen’s 2011 paper was widely publicized however, and it started to be acknowledged that antipsychotics can cause brain shrinkage. Almost as soon as the cat was out of the bag, however, attention was diverted back to the idea that the real problem is the mental condition.”
Antipsychotic Drugs and Brain Shrinkage
Over the 40 years that I practiced medicine, I slowly became aware of the fact that drugs that cross the blood-brain barrier and thus impact the brain, especially those marketed for so-called mental illnesses (of unknown etiology), only mask symptoms and never cure anything – despite what the attractive, trinket-bearing salespersons from Big Pharma proclaimed as they were trying to convince me to prescribe their latest over-priced drugs (while at the same time abandoning the tried and true cheaper generics I had been using successfully for years).
When I went to medical school, we were taught that the relatively few psychiatric drugs available in the decade of the 1960s were too dangerous for us lowly family practitioners to prescribe safely. However, sometime between then and the generation of the 1980s, Big Pharma started flexing its Big Business muscles, started having previously restricted drugs available over-the-counter, started ignoring the psychiatrists (who coveted the monopoly they had had on psych meds), and started marketing heavily those same dangerous drugs so that we lowly family practitioners would help them increase their “market share”.
Living in a rural area where there were no psychiatrists to make wholesale diagnoses of mental illnesses (of “unknown etiology”) that supposedly warranted life-long drugging, I wasn’t asked by very many of my patients for psych drug treatment. But then came along Prozac.
The one time that I was asked by a patient to prescribe Prozac for her (a so-called selective [a lie] serotonin reuptake inhibitor [SSRI]), I was totally unaware that I had been deceived by Eli Lilly’s commercials and its drug reps when I was told how Prozac was supposed to work. They also skipped over (or were ignorant of) what were the serious potential dangers of the drug, especially the long-term dangers which included suicide, homicide, addiction, brain damage, sleep disorders, mania, psychosis, dementia, permanent sexual dysfunction, etc, etc. That patient didn’t take her Prozac for more than two weeks before it pooped out. But it got me curious about what synthetic, fluorinated, amphetamine-based chemicals like the SSRIs can do to the brain. More
November 3, 2015
Child endangerment, dangers of psychiatry Child Endangerment, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, deadly effects of psychotropic drugs, deadly psychiatry, drugging kids, fatal side effects of the psychiatric drugs, psychiatric drug abuse, psychiatric drugs can kill Leave a comment
November 3, 2015
November 3, 2015
Debbie Dahmer, Voices Carry for Animals animal abuse, Animal Welfare Act, Barbara Lovett, Debbie Dahmer, Nosey the elephant, Robin Vitulle, Save Nosey Now, TS Radio, Voices Carry for Animals 1 Comment
5:00 pm PST … 6:00 pm MST … 7:00 pm CST … 8:00 pm EST More
November 3, 2015
Originally posted on Memory Hole:
Numerous “trolls” and “shills” have harnessed the world’s most popular retailer to attack Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, posting an array of “one star” reviews and derogatory remarks on the book’s Amazon page. The collection of essays was released October 22, edited by Prof. Jim Fetzer and author Mike Palecek, and features in-depth contributions from several academics and independent researchers.
A telling aspect of this controversy is that many of the reviewers admit they have not even read the book before submitting their review. There is the strong probability that this is part of a more elaborate organized campaign led by the well-heeled parties that have directly benefited from the false event.
On the other hand, reviewers who have made the effort to purchase and read the book are unanimously submitting “five star” reviews, often with detailed commentaries.
View original 396 more words