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HURRICANE Isaac bring the MILITARY ACTION to Louisiana
Despite the fact Isaac is a category one hurricane and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said the city had “dodged a bullet,” the Army National Guard has dispatched thousands of troops in Louisiana.
Gov. Bobby Jindal’s office said Tuesday it has asked the Defense Department to pay for up to 8,000 troops for 180 days. Moreover, the National Guard Bureau indicated another 35,000 troops and almost 100 aircraft are available for mobilization to Gulf Coast states, according to Paul Purpura of The Times-Picayune.
Jindal told the Wall Street Journal “Katrina-style flooding” wasn’t expected.
As has now become routine in federal responses to natural disasters, the demarcation between military and local law enforcement has all but disappeared. The Times-Picayune reports that soldiers are now assisting New Orleans cops with law enforcement duties in direct violation of Posse Comitatus, an 1878 law that prohibits troops from working with police.
The newspaper reports that police officers searched the house of a burglary suspect accompanied by “a soldier who carried an M-4 assault rifle, as other armed soldiers stood nearby on St. Claude Avenue beside their Humvees.”
Posse Comitatus came under intense scrutiny following Hurricane Katrina. The 16th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Peter Pace, called for the law to be scuttled and said it slowed down to deployment of troops in Louisiana. Sen. John Warner, a Virginia Republican and at the time chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, questioned Posse Comitatus restrictions following the September 11, 2001 attacks.
In a nationally televised address from New Orleans on September 15, 2005, President Bush said “a challenge on this scale requires greater federal authority and a broader role for the armed forces.” Scott McClellan, Bush’s press secretary, later said revision or repeal of the Posse Comitatus Act was an issue that “needs to be looked at” by Congress and the administration and said officials were in the “early planning of discussing it.”
The following year, Congress approved the National Defense Authorization Act. A rider to the bill allowed the president to declare martial law and take control of the National Guard without the consent of state governors. The provision, added to the bill at the request of the White House, gave the president the authority to bypass the Posse Comitatus Act. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Vermont Democrat Sen. Patrick Leahy, mounted a spirited opposition to Bush’s brazen power grab.
Despite parading as limited government “conservatives,” the Bush administration had exploited the Katrina disaster to increase the power of the federal government. The Bush administration also exploited the No Child Left Behind Act, the Federal Marriage Amendment, the Terri Schiavo case, assisted suicide, medical marijuana, and other policies to push heavy-handed federalism. In response to the federal power grab, 50 state governors sent a letter to Congress opposing the increase in power of the executive over the National Guard.
In 2008, a commission of Congress convened to study the state of the National Guard and Reserves and to make recommendations regarding their composition, management, roles, funding and missions recommended they be assimilated into the regular U.S. military, under control and management of the Pentagon. “Some recommendations that were accepted and show this disturbing trend include the assertion that it should be codified into federal law that it is the DoD’s responsibility to provide support to civil authorities, is a ‘core competency’ and comprises and equal importance to its combat responsibilities,” writes Carolyn Harris.
The executive has repeatedly and purposely misinterpreted Article 2, Section 2, Clause 1 of the Constitution to argue that the federal government has the legal right to intervene in matters left to the states, as the Tenth Amendment specifies.
The obvious over reaction to Isaac, a mere category one hurricane, reveals once again that the government will exploit sensationalistic events to acclimate citizens to the military presence of the federal government in affairs that were once left up to the states.
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04/18/14 @ 4:15 PM EST, ARKANSAS DHS WORKER AVERY CARTER retaliates upon hand delivery service of Notice of Criminal Conspiracy to Kidnap For Profit injure Mashawna Campbell’s (an Arkansas DHS foster parent for 7 years) granddaughter, LAMONIYE EVERETT. WHEN ASKED FOR COURT ORDER, DHS WORKERS STATED, “WE DON’T NEED NO WARRANT,” LOCAL POLICE AGENCY OFFICERS LAUGHED AND DHS WORKERS SAID THEY WERE CALLING S.W.A.T. TO ENDANGER ELDERLY AND CIVILIANS PRESENT. THE PEOPLE OF ARKANSAS v ARKANSAS DHS KIDNAP FOR PROFIT EPIDEMIC Avery Carter, Teresa Bunche, Ad Litem Kathleen O’Conner and Treeca Dyer.
04/18/14 Re: Notice Arkansas Courts Administration, Juvenile Judges Wiley Branton and Patricia Smith; Pulaski Juvenile Division, Arkansas DHS and any local police agency who assists in the legal malpractice Arkansas DHS employees’ perjury caused kidnap for profit of LaMoniye Everett scheduled today, April 18, 2014 and continued kidnap for profit of Nikeito Smith is fiscally and criminally liable for no less than 0,000 per day in remedial damages, ,000 per day in costs and M in punitive damages to pay for The People of Arkansas victimized by Arkansas DHS crime victims’ compensation fund.
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I, Roxanne Grinage, have been retained in professional services agreement to perform legal administrative assistant and F.R.E. 803(6) compliant expert witness report services concerning the above Arkansas DHS caused personal injuries with RICO Act proximate causes of action of Linnie Schaefer and Mashawna Campbell’s infant grandchildren Nikeito Smith and LaMoniye Everett.
HireLyrics Administrative Services is in possession of evidence which proves Pulaski County Juvenile Division Courts/Judges and Lawyer Practitioners are acting in criminal conspiracy as a Racketeering Influenced Corruption Organization to deliberately malpractice federal and taxpayer funded Children’s Protective Services and Family Preservation guidelines to aid and abet a public safety emergency posed by Arkansas DHS flagrant Kidnap For Profit Schemes.
An exhibit list which includes video and audio recordings, photographic and medical evidence proving the racketeering criminal conspiracy of
ARKANSAS DHS: Teresa Bunch, Investigator; Kathleen O’Connor, Atty Ad Litem, Avery Carter, social worker; Treeca Dyer, Attorney Ad Litem
as legitimized by the legal malpractice of Pulaski County Juvenile Judges, Wiley Branton and Patricia James. Five Blood Relatives of Nikeito Smith and LaMoniye Everett will file Federal Personal Injury Lawsuit with RICO Act Proximate Causes asking for civil investigative demand of Circuit Juvenile Courts in Arkansas relative to those Arkansans suffering the public safety emergency of kidnap for profit schemes and who are unable to sue on their own behalf.
Further HireLyrics Administrative Services will assertively market this case study for referral to class action law firms, state, legislature and federal special prosecutors seeking criminal referrals and subsequent arrests of those found criminally responsible for violating their official public servant positions to inflict irreparable harms upon the People of Arkansas; in what is confirmed to be Arkansas’ Kids For Cash shame.
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Legal aid attorney Dustin Duke helps a mother obtain protection from an abusive husband and temporary custody of her two children.
October 1-8, 2011: Dignity in Schools Campaign’s Annual Week of Action on School Pushout
Throughout the week of October 1-8, 2011, thousands of parents, youth, and educators took part in student-led actions and events in 28 cities to expose the school pushout crisis in our nation and advocate for the human right of every young person to a quality education and to be treated with dignity. The events and actions included street theater, public forums, rallies, restorative justice trainings, and more.
The Dignity in Schools Campaign’s National Week of Action brought together organizations and individuals from 14 states and Washington, D.C. to call for an end to zero tolerance policies, for the implementation of positive approaches to discipline, like restorative justice practices and positive behavior supports instead of relying solely on suspensions and expulsions, and for the passage of federal legislation that promotes positive school climates.
Find out more at – http://www.dignityinschools.org
The organizations that participated in the National Week of Action on School Pushout include: Access Living, ACLU of Eastern Missouri, ACLU of Pennsylvania, ACLU of Southern California, Action Communication and Education Reform, Activists With A Purpose, Advocates for Children of New York, Advocates for Children’s Services (a project of Legal Aid of North Carolina), Advocates for Justice and Education, Atlanta Community Engagement Team (ACET), Black Organizing Project, Blocks Together, Boston Parent Organizing Network (BPON), Boston Student Advisory Council, Boston-area Youth Organizing Project, Center for Community Alternatives, Children’s Defense Fund — California, Children’s Defense Fund – New York, Citizens for a Better Greenville, COFI, Community Asset Development Re-defining Education (CADRE), Community Rights Campaign of the Labor/Community Strategy Center, Concerned Citizens for a Better Tunica County, Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM), Dignity in Schools — NY, DSC-Los Angeles, Education Not Incarceration, Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC), Fannie Lou Hamer Center for Change, Freedom House, Future of Tomorrow, Generation Y, Girls for Gender Equity, Gwinnett STOPP, Interfaith Children’s Movement, Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana (JJPL), Kids Rethink New Orleans Schools, Lambda Legal’s Southern Regional Office, Make the Road New York, Mass Transit Street Theatre, Morehouse Chapter of the NAACP, MS Coalition for the Prevention of Schoolhouse to Jailhouse, National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI), New Settlement Apartments Parent Action Committee, New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), Nollie Jenkins Family Center, Padres y Jovenes Unidos, Parents Organized to Win, Educate and Renew – Policy Action Council (POWER-PAC), Portland Parent Union, Power U Center for Social Change, Public Counsel, Safe Schools Healthy Students – New Orleans Recovery District, Sistas and Brothas United, SNAPPS, Sunflower County Parents and Students Organization, Teachers Unite, The Commutation Project, Urban Youth Collaborative (UYC), West Town Leadership United (WTLU), Women of God’s Design Ministry, Young Adults Striving for Success (YASS), Young People’s Project – Greater Boston, Youth Innovation Movement Solutions, Youth Justice Coalition, Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice, Youth on Board, Youth on the Move, YWCA of the Greater Triangle.
http://democracynow.org – Ten climate activists were arrested Tuesday for attempting to shut down all tar sands oil coming into the United States from Canada by manually turning off pipelines in Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and Washington state. The group, which calls itself Climate Direct Action, includes five activists and five other supporters and videographers. They posted pictures and videos online that showed them cutting chains and turning the manual safety valves to stop the flow through the pipelines. The activists issued a statement on Tuesday saying the action was in support of the call for International Days of Prayer and Action for Standing Rock. They also called on President Obama to “use emergency powers to keep the pipelines closed and mobilize for the extraordinary shift away from fossil fuels now required to avert catastrophe.” While all 10 activists remain in jail, we speak Jay O’Hara, co-founder of the Climate Disobedience Center, and Afrin Sopariwala, a member of Climate Direct Action and a part of Women of Color Speak Out, a climate justice collective.
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Margie Butler, of Mary Ward Legal Centre, was the fourth speaker at the London Legal Aid Day of Action event organised by Justice for All on 3rd June 2011
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While midterm coverage is largely focused on the parts of Congress that do very little, vital (and bizarre) midterm elections are going unexamined. State legislators pass a lot of bills, and some of that efficiency is thanks to a group called ALEC that writes legislation for them. It’s as shady as it sounds!
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