Notice to Monroe County court………… Commander Fitzpatricks

June 28, 2010

extenuation offiled Notice of Challenge 

dated Monday, 24 May 2010 

 

 
“By the pricking of my thumbsl something wicked this way comes.”-William Shakespeare Macbeth   

I stand this day silent; an innocent man forced to this place against my will. Oral accusations targeting me are not voidable; they are void! The government’s sinister design is betrayed by the exposition of prejudicial and predatory conduct in plain view.   

 

  
The government’s criminal conduct is outrageous! No genuine issue is present!  
  
Panic and frenzy clearly lay naked government depredations and fiction designed to crush innocents perceived capable of disturbing the public tameness.  

No written criminal complaint exists. There are no Sheriffs records or Police records. There is no narrative. I find no Grand Jury. 

In America, in matters regarding the adversarial environment of a criminal Court, it remains a pesky constitutional command only a quaint American custom that the accuser be made known to the accused. 

 I have searched for my accuser. I do not find one!

No Judge can receive these tortured and manufactured verbal accusations. No Judge can advance these malicious, manufactured and mendacious musings. No Judge can read these unsustainable and unexamined lies out loud in public.  

I stand this day silent; an innocent man forced to this place against my will. I make no answer! No one is permitted to answer in my name! 

/s/ 

Copy stamp from the Monroe County Clerk’s office 

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No honor among thieves,,,,,,,,,,, Hey, look on the bright side. You bring your mirror and you will always have plenty of company !

June 5, 2010
By Mike Wereschagin
PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Congressmen Jason Altmire and Tim Murphy have previous engagements. Sen. Bob Casey Jr. and Rep. Mike Doyle are out of town on anniversary trips with their wives. Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato will be campaigning in Philadelphia.

When President Obama and Sen. Arlen Specter land at Pittsburgh International Airport today, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl will receive them by himself.

The rest of the region’s top elected officials declined White House invitations to attend Obama’s speech at Carnegie Mellon University this afternoon, their offices said.

The White House billed Obama’s speech as a follow-up to his economic address at Georgetown University on April 14, 2009, less than two months after he signed the $787 billion stimulus bill. In it, he spoke of laying “a new foundation for growth and prosperity — a foundation that will move us from an era of borrow-and-spend to one where we save and invest.”

Obama’s last trip to Pittsburgh was Sept. 24 and 25, when the city hosted the Group of 20 economic summit. He was in town 10 days before that to deliver the keynote address at the AFL-CIO convention. During both of those trips, elected officials didn’t greet him at the airport — as Ravenstahl will — but met up with him later, snagging a slice of the ever-present media spotlight on the country’s chief executive.

“It’s peculiar, to say the least,” Gerald Shuster, professor of political communication at the University of Pittsburgh, said about elected officials declining such invitations.

Altmire, a McCandless Democrat, will be in Midland, about an hour from Carnegie Mellon’s Oakland campus, to talk about $500,000 he secured for charter schools, spokeswoman Tess Mullen said.

“More than 150 people are coming,” Mullen said. “It’s been advertised for weeks.”

Obama lost Altmire’s district to Arizona Sen. John McCain by 10 percentage points in 2008. Altmire voted against administration priorities such as climate change and health care legislation, citing the wishes of constituents.

Onorato’s Philadelphia event was scheduled “for quite some time” before the White House announced the president’s visit Friday, spokesman Brian Herman said.

Murphy, R-Upper St. Clair, will be heading up a technology expo at a Canonsburg hotel. His office said that, too, had been in the works for a while.

Doyle’s excursion is necessary to secure the support of a narrow but essential constituency, he said.

“I planned this getaway with my wife months ago to celebrate our 35th wedding anniversary,” Doyle said via e-mail from his undisclosed location. “If I’d canceled it, I’m pretty sure we wouldn’t be celebrating our 36th anniversary next year.”

Obama won Pennsylvania in 2008 with 55 percent of the vote. Shortly after, Casey, Doyle and Specter joined him at the White House to watch the Steelers win the Super Bowl.

Obama’s Georgetown speech laid out five “pillars” on which the country’s economy would grow: new Wall Street regulations, federal budget savings, and investments in education, renewable energy and health care. Major changes since the speech include Senate passage of a financial reform bill on May 20; handing out the first round of education grants in the $4.4 billion Race to the Top program, with the second round beginning this month; and passage of a health care law in March.

The unemployment rate was 8.9 percent when Obama gave the Georgetown speech, and 9.9 percent in April, according to the most recent data available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The country’s Gross Domestic Product shrank at a rate of 4.6 percent in the first quarter of 2009. In the first quarter of 2010, it increased 4.1 percent.

A Susquehanna Polling & Research survey in April found Obama’s job approval in Pennsylvania fell to 42 percent, with 49 percent disapproving.

In the 10-county Southwestern Pennsylvania area, 43 percent approved of his performance, compared to 45 percent who disapproved, said Jim Lee, the polling company’s president. The counties are Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland.

Officials in swing districts such as Altmire’s, with an electorate showing an anti-incumbent mood, are loathe to link themselves to Washington, Lee said.

“I think Altmire fears a Charlie Crist moment,” Lee said, referring to the Florida governor voters chased from the GOP Senate primary this year after his more-conservative opponent used photos of Crist and Obama embracing.

Ravenstahl will greet Obama and Specter as they step off Air Force One at Pittsburgh International, and the three will ride into the city together, said Ravenstahl’s spokeswoman, Joanna Doven.

The mayor plans to make the most of his face time, discussing some of the city’s transportation needs and highlighting economic strides Pittsburgh has made, Doven said.

Obama last visited Carnegie Mellon as a candidate in 2008.


The Governor of Arizona should bus all “Illegal Immigrants” to California’s “Sanctuary City’s” as part of Arizona’s boycott and a show of good will to the sate!

June 4, 2010

From the L. A. Times

1. 40% of all workers in  L. A. County ( L. A. County   has 10.2 million people) are working for cash and not paying taxes.

    This is because they are predominantly illegal immigrants working without a green card.
2.  95% of warrants for murder in  Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.
3.  75% of people on the most wanted list in  Los Angeles are illegal aliens.  
4. Over 2/3 of all births in  Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal, whose births were paid for by taxpayers.
5. Nearly 35% of all inmates in  California detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally.
6. Over 300,000 illegal aliens in  Los Angeles County are living in garages.
7… The FBI reports half of all gang members in  Los Angeles are most likely illegal aliens from south of the border.
8 Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal.
9. 21 radio stations in L. A. are Spanish speaking.
10. In L.. A. County 5.1 million people speak English, 3.9 million speak Spanish.. (There are 10.2 million people in  L.   A.   County .)
    
  (All 10 of the above facts were published in the Los Angeles Times) 
    
  Less than 2% of illegal aliens are picking our crops, but 29% are on welfare. Over 70% of the  United States ‘ annual population growth (and over 90% of  California ,  Florida , and  New York ) results from immigration. 29% of inmates in federal prisons are illegal aliens.  
    
  We are fools for letting this continue


Hey,, a true “Patriot” and a “World Leader” Can’t find his way, his office is round and keeps walking in circles!

May 28, 2010

President’s Memorial Day Plans Irk Some Veterans

By Anne E. Kornblut and Ed O’Keefe

President Obama is skipping the traditional Memorial Day visit to Arlington National Cemetery, a move that has dismayed some veterans — and comes at a sensitive moment in the administration’s relationship with the military.

Instead of speaking at Arlington, as he did last year and as most presidents have done, Obama will appear at the Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery outside Chicago, the White House said. Vice President Biden will take his place at Arlington, the most prestigious military cemetery in the country and home to Section 60, a large burial ground for soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Paul Rieckhoff, the founder and executive director of the group Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, expressed disappointment at the White House move. “Arlington is hallowed ground, and the center of our nation’s attention on Memorial Day,” Rieckhoff said. “Unfortunately, President Obama and his family will not be there with us.”

Critics — mainly conservatives — have argued that attendance is more important with two wars ongoing. “Obama may talk about the government in the first person, but the men and women lying at Arlington know differently,” commentator Eric Erickson wrote on the conservative site Redstate.com. “Of course, Obama really doesn’t like the military, does he.” Fox News blared the headlines: “Trampling on Tradition?” and “Offensive to Soldiers?”

But other veterans say they’re not disturbed by Obama’s decision. “We don’t really see the big deal, so long as he’s taking the time to honor our fallen war heroes throughout Memorial Day weekend,” said Ryan Gallucci, spokesman for AMVETS. ” . . . Arlington is certainly not the only place our fallen heroes are buried, so why not pay your respects to veterans around the country?”

Steve Muro, the Department of Veterans Affairs acting undersecretary responsible for 131 national cemeteries, said Obama’s decision to visit a cemetery named for Lincoln is appropriate, since the 16th president established the country’s first 14 national cemeteries.

“I think the president is trying to show that there is more than one national cemetery,” Muro said.

Obama is not the first president to miss the Arlington ceremony. Ronald Reagan spoke at West Point one year, and went to his California ranch another year. George H.W. Bush, a war veteran, did not go at all. Bill Clinton, who did not serve in Vietnam and had a rocky time with the military, went to Arlington all eight years, and George W. Bush, who also avoided combat service in Vietnam, attended from 2003 onward.

Obama, who opposed the Iraq invasion and has overseen a drawdown there but is adding 30,000 troops in Afghanistan, has had a mixed relationship with the military.

His current support for ending “don’t ask, don’t tell” is not universally supported by the rank and file, but comes with backing from some top brass.

His most senior firing to date was retired Adm. Dennis C. Blair, who was pushed out as director of national intelligence last week, one of a handful of military members who have struggled in the highest ranks.


Video of the day !!!!! Pay attention,,,,,,, Work together !

May 28, 2010

Donation from Sgt. of Marines “Bones”……….  We have taken a break for the last week as most of the local post have been over at the JAG Hunter.  This weekend is dedicated to our men and women in the  Armed Forces and the Families whom make the back bone of our Nation.  Till Monday,,,,,,,, enjoy the video,,,,, think of freedom and take off the blinders.  It is not just our Nation looking to take back our country.  We have patriots all over the world trying to take back theirs at the same time………  Unite and Fight…………. 2010……. Take it back!

History repeats it’s self, good as well as bad.  Work together and in the end “WE”  win !


The only thing getting stung is “America”

May 22, 2010

Unite and Fight…………. Citizens Tsunami 2010


This is america ? This is America’s Problem !

May 19, 2010

You wonder why they want these folks to vote,,,,,,,, Americans are turning into one big vegetable farm.  This hurts,,, this is progressiveness.  History repeats it’s self.

In the near future who is going to be able to pay for the free stash ?   From Sher Zeive:  Click Here