Five Minutes Five Issues: Episode 6 – 844-292-1318 Wyoming legal aid

FBI Creep, Exporting Solitary, Refugee Maker, Superdelegates, President Ryan


The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity welcomes you to Five Minutes Five Issues.

Starting in five four three two one.

Hello, I am Adam Dick, a Ron Paul Institute senior fellow.

Let’s start.

Issue one.

The suggestion that the United States government just wanted to access information connected to one secured cell phone of one mass killer in San Bernardino, California never rang true. The goal has always been much bigger.

Soon after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced it had accessed the information on the San Bernardino iPhone, the FBI sent a letter to police departments across America saying. “We are in this together,” and promising to aid them in accessing information on electronic devices.

What starts with a trickle threatens to become a flood. Expect the US government to routinely aid in the overcoming of electronic devices’ privacy protections in penny-ante and victimless crime investigations from “Podunk” to New York City.

Issue two.

With police militarization we have seen war methods and machinery used by US, state, and local police across America. But, sometimes, the process works in reverse. Extreme actions employed in the criminal justice system against Americans can be used to justify similar actions against foreigners.

Jeffrey Kaye reported Wednesday at MuckRock regarding US government documents he obtained via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The documents include US Department of Defense (DOD) “talking points” supporting subjecting people designated as “unlawful enemy combatants” to conditions including weeks on end of solitary confinement.

The talking points document refers to the extensive use of solitary confinement in American prisons and the practice’s subjection to “numerous legal reviews” in an effort to justify such treatment of detained foreigners as well.

Issue three.

In January, Ron Paul Institute Executive Director Daniel McAdams wrote about former US Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford. McAdams stated that Ford “not only was a chief architect of regime change in Syria, but actively worked with rebels to aid their overthrow of the Syrian government.” McAdams also addressed how Ford has admitted that “most of the moderates he backed were fighting alongside ISIS and al-Qaeda.” In short, Ford helped create the disastrous situation from which refugees are escaping and helped advance groups responsible for terrorist actions in Syria and beyond.

Earlier this year, Ford participated in an Intelligence Squared debate. In the debate, Ford argued in support of the proposition that “the US should let in 100,000 Syrian refugees.” One of Ford’s arguments for bringing 100,000 Syrian refugees into America is that, he says, rejecting the refugees will help ISIS’ recruitment. No matter your position on allowing refugees into America, it may be best to look elsewhere for advice on what US policies will help deter ISIS.

Issue four.

The Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) run of state victories in the Democratic presidential nomination contest, which I discussed in episode four of Five Minutes Five Issues, has continued with wins in Wisconsin and Wyoming. But, the pundits won’t stop saying Sanders cannot overtake former Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) because of Clinton’s support from superdelegates.

Samantha Bee, on her news comedy show “Full Frontal,” said in response, “If Bernie gets more votes than Hillary, her superdelegates will drop her faster than she drops her fake Southern accent the second she leaves South Carolina.” Bee points to how superdelegates jumped from supporting Clinton to supporting future president Barack Obama as Obama won states in the 2008 contest.

This comparison, though, may present things a little too simply. First, key people may see Sanders as a greater threat than Obama. Second, if superdelegate votes make the difference, expect attempts to attach strings to shifting votes.

Issue five.

US House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan made news this week with his declaration that he would neither seek nor accept the presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention this summer.

Just keep in mind that Ryan used definitive language last year to reject the possibility of him becoming House Speaker.


That’s a wrap.

A transcript of this episode, including links to related information, is at the Ron Paul Institute blog.

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Marshallese TV Episode 14 – 844-292-1318 Arkansas legal aid

Carmen Chong Gum, our Consul General from the RMI Consulate office here in Springdale, AR also came and talked about her role and some of the services the office offers to the Marshallese community in the mainland USA and everywhere else. Carmen also talked about the importance of the partnership between the Consulate Office and the School District as well as with the Marshallese Community here. RMI Consulate General Office, 109 Spring St. Suite 3, Springdale, AR 72764, phone number- (479) 419-9332/9356

Marshallese TV show ear kobatok Terry Takamaru im Stephanie Vang erro ej Navigator ro jen Legal Aid of Arkansas Inc. (LAA) ej juon non-profit program ilo NWA im rej jiban kej ikijien legal services im enroll armej ilo Health Insurance Marketplace ilo ejelok wonaan. Opiij in aer ej bed ilo 1200 Henryetta St., Springdale, AR 72762 im nomba eo an opiij in ej (479) 442-0600. Kajojo armej remaron bar lale website in nan melele ko rellablok.

Point ko jekar konono kaki:

-Service ko LAA ej offer ilo NWA
-Affordable Care Act Law requirement ko nan insurance company ko im kajojo armej
-Relationship eo ikotaan Affordable Care Act Law eo im Insurance Health Marketplace
-Enrolment period nan Marketplace
-Benefit ko ilo am kojerbal Marketplae-1)private insurance plan 2) Medicare 3)ARKids
4) Advance Tax Credit
-Process in kanne application im melele ko renaaj aikuji
Carmen Chong Gum, Consul General eo jen Consulate Office eo ilo Springdale, AR ekar bar kobatok im konono kin jerbal ko an ilo opiii eo im jet ian service ko im opiij in ej offer ak jiban kamuniti kein an Rimajol kaki im bar ijoko jet. Ekar konono kin aorok in ad partner ippan droon Springdale School District im Consulate Opiij in im barainwot kamuniti in an Rimajol ijin. Nan tobar Consulate Opiij in: RMI Consulate General Opiij, 109 Spring St., Suite 3, Springdale, AR 72764, talbon nomba (479) 419-9332/9356
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Employment Law This Week® – Episode 39 – Week of August 22, 2016 – 844-292-1318 West Virginia legal aid

Welcome to Employment Law This Week® ! Subscribe to our channel for new episodes every Monday!

This week’s stories include . . .

(1) SEC Cracks Down on Anti-Whistleblower Provisions –

Our top story: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) cracks down on anti-whistleblower provisions. The SEC has charged BlueLinx Holdings with violating anti-whistleblower protections in its severance agreements. The company required all exiting employees to sign an agreement waiving their rights to whistleblower payments. Without admitting or denying any wrongdoing, BlueLinx agreed to amend its severance agreements and pay 5,000 to settle with the SEC. Less than a week later, the agency settled with a health care company on similar charges, for 0,000. Since the spring of 2015, the SEC has charged four companies for discouraging whistleblower activity. Tamara Bock, from Epstein Becker Green, has more.

“The SEC charged two different companies with alleged violations of 21F-17 of the Securities and Exchange Commission. This is part of a targeted sweep that the SEC has been conducting since the fall of 2014. Companies should review their employment agreements, and if they have a provision stating that employees may not collect awards in connection with sharing information with government agencies—which, by the way, is allowed by many agencies—then that company should create a specific carve-out for communications with the Securities and Exchange Commission.”

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(2) Nonprofit Loses Federal Wage Exemption –

A nonprofit’s federal minimum wage exemption is revoked. To promote the hiring of the disabled, employers can obtain certificates from the Department of Labor (DOL) and pay subminimum wages to certain disabled workers. But a community rehabilitation center in West Virginia failed to do the studies needed to determine the proper wage rate and didn’t pay a valid subminimum wage to the disabled workers. That’s according to the DOL, which revoked the organization’s certification. This is a part of a larger strategic initiative from the DOL to ensure that all disabled workers are protected from exploitation.

(3) California Company Settles Reimbursement Suit –

A distinction in California law has led to a reimbursement suit settlement. Medical device manufacturer Synthes has agreed to a proposed million settlement with its California-based sales consultants. The sales consultants accused the company of making illegal wage deductions and failing to reimburse expenses. Unlike in most states, California’s Labor Code requires reimbursement for work-related expenses. The company settled but denied any wrongdoing or liability.

(4) DOL Revises FLSA and EPPA Posters –

The Department of Labor updates two mandatory posters. The DOL recently released updated versions of its mandatory Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA) posters. The DOL made several changes to the revised posters, including removing the penalty amount for violations. The new FLSA poster also includes various additions, such as information about the rights of nursing mothers. As of August 1, 2016, employers are required to post the updated versions, which can be downloaded from the DOL’s website.

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(5) Tip of the Week –

Shaun Francis, Senior Vice President Transformation & Chief Human Resource Officer for CSM Bakery Solutions, joins us via Skype with some advice on building effective client relationships.


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When children are involved in court proceedings, as victims of abuse or neglect, in divorces between their parents, or any of a number of other proceedings — the sale of real estate or settlement of personal injury claims, for example. Who represents their interests? I’m Dan Ringer and we’ll talk about Guardians Ad Litem, on the next The Law Works.
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Episode 7 – Full Episode: Services to Assist Noncustodial Parents Who Owe Arrears – 844-292-1318 Missouri legal aid

Episode 7 - Full Episode: Services to Assist Noncustodial Parents Who Owe Arrears

Every Parent Should Watch This Video; Especially Fathers!

Episode 7 of the Custodial Support Forum provides insight into what many would say is a flaw in the Child Support Enforcement system within America, when a Noncustodial Parent loses their job and is unable to pay their child support.

If You Need Help; Call: (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357

In Part 1 of Episode 7, a Noncustodial Parent discloses how the court denied the opportunity to reduce his child support obligation after losing his job. The continued obligation led to an accumulation of arrears, which triggered an arrest warrant, and child support judgment on his credit report. Never having a prior criminal record, he never received notice of the arrest warrant, and he was arrested. After spending several months in the Bergen County Jail, he contacted the Custodial Support Foundation, and was provided with an attorney, who was able to convince the Judge to release him and reduce his child support obligation.

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What Services Are Available For Noncustodial Parents Who Owe Arrears?

Answer: Amnesty Program


In Part 2 of Episode 7, Attorney Alexandra Stremler discusses how important it is for Noncustodial Parents to retain the services of an attorney to assist in their child support related problems. She raises the issues that many judges feel if a Noncustodial Parent can afford an expensive attorney, they can afford to pay their child support arrears. She explains how the Custodial Support Foundation Amnesty Program’s cost effective legal fees, enables an attorney to represent a Noncustodial Parent can’t afford to pay their arrears, when applying for a downward child support obligation.


The Custodial Support Foundation provides an Amnesty Program for noncustodial parents that owe child support arrears, have arrest warrant for unpaid arrears, revoked driver’s licenses, revoked passports and income tax levies.

The program provides legal and collection services to enable noncustodial parents to establish settlement agreements to pay their arrears, suspend their arrest warrants, restore their licenses, restore their passports and stop income tax levies for the nonpayment of child support.

1. Noncustodial parents agree to an easy payment plan to repay all arrears, enter into a repayment agreement and completes a certification that is provided to the court to:
● Vacate Child Support Warrants
● Reinstate Licenses
● Reinstate Passports
● Stop Income Tax Withholdings
2. Agreements are established between the Office of Child Support Enforcement and a certification is prepared for the court to accept the motion of repayment.
3. Noncustodial parents provide all of the necessary information to enable the Office of Child Support Enforcement to garnish all future child support payment to prevent the accumulation of additional arrears.
4. Noncustodial parents make court appearances with a pre-accepted Motion for the repayment with the first payment to have the court grant the order to vacate child support arrest warrants, reinstate licenses, reinstate passports and stop income tax withholdings.
5. Noncustodial parents can live a fulfilled life that enables the privileges of the American Dream, without the fear and the threat of being arrested.
Noncustodial parents who need help with obtaining a downward modification of the child support order or structuring programs to repay their arrears should call the Custodial Support Foundation’s Call Center at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357. Viewers can also visit the Custodial Support Foundation’s website at
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The University of Toronto, a Feminist Campus – Fiamengo File Episode 7 – 844-292-1318 Wisconsin legal aid

The Fiamengo File, weekly on Studio Brulé.

Students have proclaimed the University of Toronto (U of T) to be a Feminist Campus, with the blessing and support of the university administration. Professor Janice Fiamengo from the University of Ottawa criticizes the U of T administrator’s cowardice and double standards in failing to maintain objectivity and intellectual integrity by bowing to the hysteria of ideological feminists.

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Thursday September 24th, 7:00 PM
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Warren Farrell

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Farrell W (1988). Why Men Are The Way They Are: The Male-Female Dynamic. New York: Berkley Books. ISBN 0-425-11094-X.
Farrell W (1993). The Myth of Male Power: Why Men Are The Disposable Sex. New York: Berkley Books. ISBN 0-425-18144-8.
Farrell W (2000). Women Can’t Hear What Men Don’t Say: Destroying Myths, Creating Love. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher Inc. ISBN 1-58542-061-1.
Farrell W (2001). Father and Child Reunion: How to Bring the Dads We Need to the Children We Love. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher Inc. ISBN 1-58542-075-1.
Farrell W (2005). Why Men Earn More: The Startling Truth Behind The Pay Gap–And What Women Can Do About It. New York, N.Y: American Management Association. ISBN 0-8144-7210-9.
Farrell W; Sterba JP; Svoboda S (2008). Does Feminism Discriminate Against Men?: A Debate. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-531283-X.

Paul Nathanson and Katherine Young

Spreading Misandry. 2001.
Legalizing Misandry. 2006.
Sanctifying Misandry: Goddess Ideology and the Fall of Man. 2010.
Replacing Misandry: A Revolutionary History of Men. 2015.

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If you are under 18 and are ready for independence, emancipate yourself with help from these tips.

Step 1: Check state laws
Check the law in your state to see if it allows emancipation. Each state is different.

Misconduct by a parent can lead to emancipation; if this is the case, and you need assistance, contact child protective services in your area.

Step 2: Use a mediator
Use a mediator to avoid involving the courts. A mediator is trained to help you and your parents communicate with each other and reach a mutual agreement.

Step 3: Contact an attorney
Contact an attorney specializing in minor emancipation if your problems are not solved with the help of a mediator.

Attorneys are expensive, but often can be found at low-cost rates or even pro bono. Check with your state’s legal aid office.

Step 4: File your court case
File your case with the court. The jurisdiction will vary from state to state, but in some cases, the circuit court will hear your case. Your attorney will help you with this step.

Step 5: Present your case
Gather your information and present your case to the court. Make sure you are specific about your reasons for wanting emancipation and include information about how you will care for yourself.

Step 6: Get parents’ agreement
Get your parents to agree to the emancipation. In many states, this is an essential part of the emancipation process. Emancipation means responsibility, so be sure you are ready.

Did You Know?
Did you know? Actress Drew Barrymore successfully petitioned juvenile court for an emancipation decree at the age of 15.

Talking Points (2010): About Legal Aid Episode 1 – 844-292-1318 Hawaii legal aid

Talking Points: Hosted by Tom Tanimoto and produced by Bobby Bautista.

Remember: this video is only for legal information and is not legal advice!
Please call the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii at 808-536-4302 or consult a private attorney.

As the state’s oldest and largest non-profit, public interest law firm with offices statewide; Legal Aid helps ensure justice and fairness for all by providing civil legal aid to the most vulnerable in our society.
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BRADLEY A COATES Divorce Attorney Honolulu Episode #35 Legal Advice in Paradise – 844-292-1318 South Dakota legal aid

BRADLEY A COATES Divorce Attorney Honolulu Episode #35 Legal Advice in Paradise

The “D” word. Divorce. Sadly many couples end up severing their marriages which all started with the promise…“until death do us part”.

I, myself, went through three divorces. Not proud of it. If I knew then, what I know now about how a marriage should be and how to make it last…if only. Shoulda, coulda, woulda. But I’ll spare you and save it for my book 😉

Hawaii Family Law Attorney, Bradley “Brad” A. Coates of Coates & Frey, LLLC, has 36 years of experience as a divorce lawyer. His firm has done an estimated 20,000 divorces in those 36 years. I hired Brad to represent me for my first divorce when 24 years old.

Listen in as Brad covers the basics of what a divorce entails:

* Statistics of marriages ending in divorce: 45% 1st marriage, 65% 2nd marriages and a whopping 85% for 3rd marriages
* Key Causes: Money, Sex & Family
* Uncontested vs Contested Divorce
* Cost to divorce
* Importance of having your financial information
* Equitable Distribution
* No-Fault Divorce
* Temporary Orders, Pre-Decree Rulings
* Property Settlements
* Divorce Meditation
* Child Custoday: Legal, Physical, Sole or Joint
* Brief explanation of Pre-nuptial Agreements
* State of Hawaii Court Forms:

Bradley A. Coates
900 Fort Street Mall, Suite 1400
Honolulu, HI 96813

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Adventure Motorcycling in Utah – ADV ersity: Episode 1 #everide – 844-292-1318 Utah legal aid

Joined by my friends on a DRZ 400, WR250R, two KTM 690s, and a KTM 1190, I take my recently modded KLR 650 on a Dual Sport adventure from Southern Utah to Central Utah, then back via some of Utah’s best roads and trails.

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Talking Points (2010): Hawaii Immigrant Justice Center Episode 4 – 844-292-1318 Hawaii legal aid

Talking Points (2010): Hawaii Immigrant Justice Center Episode 4

Talking Points: Hosted by Tom Tanimoto and produced by Bobby Bautista.

Remember: this video is only for legal information and is not legal advice! Laws may have changed since this video was created.

Please call the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii at 808-536-4302 or consult a private attorney.

As the state’s oldest and largest non-profit, public interest law firm with offices statewide; Legal Aid helps ensure justice and fairness for all by providing civil legal aid to the most vulnerable in our society.
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