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TORT REFORM AND THE HEGELIAN DIALECTIC

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The Rebel Madman

Thoughts and Comments of a Rebel nature maddening to the status quo.

CHAPTER ONE

The synthetic solution to these conflicts can’t be introduced unless those being manipulated take a side which will advance the predetermined agenda.” Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Last Thursday evening as I watched and listened to a public forum in which five elected representatives of the people offered their views on the recently adjourned session of the legislature in the state of Arkansas, it dawned on me, especially in one particular instance, what I was indeed witnessing was a perfect example of the Hegelian Dialectic in full blossom when the subject of the meeting rolled around to Tort Reform.

Obviously, the legislature, in particular, the Senate, has determined that there is a problem, that only the legislature could fix by proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the state of Arkansas. The question that must be answered is this: does this problem in fact exist or is it a synthetic problem as mentioned by Hegel above? In other words, where is the outcry from the people themselves that demands from the legislature a remedy to cure the alleged political disease?

While not one person in the assembly that night mentioned any specific reality that would require the amending of the Constitution, an Arkansas state Senator stated, “books have been written about this problem” although he too could not cite any specific case in which to support his allegation. One would think if there are so many instances of the problem existing that books have been written about it, he could have quoted at least one.

Absent any real public demand for a solution to the alleged problem there must be another motivating factor which is driving this particular legislation, that, if approved, will diminish the individual and constitutional rights of the people themselves. If the people are not the driving force behind any issue, then, the only inescapable answer would be the issue is being driven by special interests and their money. One does not have to be a brain surgeon or a rocket scientist to comprehend the fact politicians profit in many ways when they promote the agenda of special interests instead of the rights of the people. The examples are prolific in number. More

Child Support: States Stack the Books for Profit

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strip bannernew-logo25  Out of fear of retaliation by CSR in Georgia, Arkansas and Texas, the numerous contributors to this article wish to remain anonymous.

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“The child support recovery system routinely stops the transfer of tens of thousands of dollars each month, paid by parents, holding those funds indefinitely and with out explanation. The result is that the paying parent is sent letters informing them that they will have their drivers license taken, along with their vehicle and will be jailed. These letters originate from the very same offices that have received the child support payments on behalf of the parent, but who have, intentionally refused to transfer the funds to the families they were meant for.

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In several states, the pursuit of federal kickbacks for agencies involved in child support recovery has resulted in the offering of employees bonuses for generating more child support collections, even if those collections are based on false allegations and as a result of withholding child support funds paid into the system. More

CHEMTRAILS PROOF ON NATIONAL NEWS !

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Although this news report states that parts of the law allowing secret testing on US citizens was repealed (HR 2977) Space Preservation Act) about nine years ago, the reporter fails to mention that Rumsfeld in his 2003 DOJ regulations revisions, claimed the right to test on anyone, anytime, without informed consent or without prior or subsequent knowledge.  Rumsfeld even went so far as to specifically site women, pregnant women and minorities and of course anyone in the military.   

News report from Southeastern Arkansas.  Man collects samples and finds high levels of barium and arsenic. 

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