Committeeman Season About to Begin

Committeeman Season About to Begin

“YOUR POWER CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE” by New York State Grassroots Groups (May 23, 2015) —FIRST, Another Issue For YOU To Consider: Become OUR MAILMAN: Albany: MAIL DELIVERY Wednesday, May 27. Join Us – Wednesday, May 27 – WE Gather at LOB Concourse [1st Floor] at the security checkpoint at 9:00 am. Help hand-deliver OUR […]

Important Mission: Brindisi Support of Full Repeal of NY SAFE Act

Important Mission:  Brindisi Support of Full Repeal of NY SAFE Act

UNPOPULAR NEW YORK FIREARMS LAW UNDER FIRE by New York State Grassroots Groups (May 21, 2015) — WE continue to gain. The halls of Albany are abuzz with talk of FULL Repeal of the SAFE Act. YOUR continued help will stoke the fire higher. We are hoping Assemblyman Brindisi receives as many correspondences as possible […]

Mike Parsons Released From Prison

Mike Parsons Released From Prison

BUT FOR HOW LONG? by Sharon Rondeau (May 17, 2015) — On Sunday The Post & Email learned that TDOC prisoner Michael Wayne Parsons, whose story we have covered for nearly a year, was released from prison on Saturday afternoon. He was remanded to the custody of Tipton County sheriff’s deputies, who released him several […]

Dems Calling For Repeal… NEWS‏ pb

Dems Calling For Repeal… NEWS‏ pb

“JUST SHOW UP” by New York State Grassroots Groups, ©2015 (May 17, 2015) — This Wednesday, May 20, we go to Albany.  As usual, we made appointments with some legislators and we also have new info sheets to hand-deliver to every legislator office – YOU can help. Our info has a big impact – we […]

Signed into Law: Florida Bill Expands Limits on Drone Surveillance

Signed into Law: Florida Bill Expands Limits on Drone Surveillance

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  May 15, 2015 by Mike Maharrey, The Tenth Amendment Center, ©2015 (May 15, 2015) —  TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (May 15, 2015) – Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed signed a bill into law yesterday that takes a second step against mass surveillance, expanding current limitations on the use of drones in the Sunshine State […]

Prison Inmate Beaten, Permanently Injured Reports Videos of Incident Have Disappeared

Prison Inmate Beaten, Permanently Injured Reports Videos of Incident Have Disappeared

PRISON WORKER FRAMES INCIDENT AS “ASSAULT ON STAFF” by Sharon Rondeau (May 9, 2015) — In a telephone conversation on Friday afternoon, NWCX prisoner Timothy Aaron Baxter told The Post & Email that videos of a beating he sustained on September 11, 2009 at the West Tennessee State Penitentiary have “disappeared.” Last week, Baxter described […]

Is the Sumner County, TN Chancery Court Committing Crimes Against Families?

Is the Sumner County, TN Chancery Court Committing Crimes Against Families?

FORMER TENNESSEEAN’S MARITAL STATUS IN LIMBO; COURT CANNOT CONFIRM PROPER PROCEDURES USED by Sharon Rondeau (May 7, 2015) — For more than three years, a former Tennessee law enforcement officer now residing in California has not known whether or not he is legally divorced. In documents issued by the Chancery Court of Sumner County, TN […]

Maine Bill Taking on NSA Spying Passes Committee 9-4

Maine Bill Taking on NSA Spying Passes Committee 9-4

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  MAY 7, 2015 by the OffNow Coalition, ©2015 (May 7, 2015) —  AUGUSTA, Maine – A Maine bill that would turn off support and resources to the NSA in the Pine Tree State passed out of committee by a surprisingly comfortable margin yesterday, despite intense opposition form the state attorney general. Sen. […]

Our Voice Will Be Heard

Our Voice Will Be Heard

“NUKE SKELOS”* by New York State Grassroots Groups (May 7, 2015) — [Editor’s Note:  The following message for New York State citizens is a result of the arrest on Monday morning of New York State Senate Leader Dean Skelos, who, like former New York State Speaker of the House Sheldon Silver, has been under investigation […]

Fitzpatrick Appeal Hearing Scheduled for May 19

Fitzpatrick Appeal Hearing Scheduled for May 19

FACTS, JURISDICTION CALLED INTO QUESTION by Sharon Rondeau (May 6, 2015) — Atty. Van Irion has filed a brief in response to the “Brief of the State of Tennessee” in the case of State of Tennessee v. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, 14CR69, now on appeal with the Tennessee Criminal Court of Appeals-Eastern Division. Irion filed […]

Tennessee Prisoner Harassed by Medical Staff, Denied Library Privileges

Tennessee Prisoner Harassed by Medical Staff, Denied Library Privileges

“STOP!  DO NOT SPEAK.” by Sharon Rondeau (May 6, 2015) — On Tuesday, The Post & Email received a letter from Tennessee state prisoner Mike Parsons, whose story we have covered for approximately the last year. The letter relates events in which TDOC staff appear to be harassing Parsons, who is hopeful of being released […]

Dominion (Sequoia) Continues to Profit from Uncertified Voting Equipment in Illinois

Dominion (Sequoia) Continues to Profit from Uncertified Voting Equipment in Illinois

“ILL-ADVISED DECISIONS” by DefendtheVote, ©2015 (May 1, 2015) — It might not surprise Chicago and Suburban Cook County voters to learn the Dominion/Sequoia WinEds system, comprised of the electronic voting machine called the Edge2Plus (AVC Edge) and the 400c central counting machine, failed to pass the error testing rate as mandated by HAVA (Help America Vote Act). More complaints […]

Report: Codes Committee Brief

Report:  Codes Committee Brief

UPDATE ON REPEAL OF NEW YORK “SAFE ACT” by New York State Grassroots Groups (Apr. 23, 2015) — There are at least two segments of people among the “connected” – #1- want simplified facts / #2 – want to hear the real story. There will be two reports – below is the first. Report #1 Codes Committee Brief: […]

Behind Prison Walls in Tennessee

Behind Prison Walls in Tennessee

TIPTON COUNTY PROSECUTOR SEEKS “ENHANCED PUNISHMENT” FOR FORMER “VOICE OF TRUTH” RADIO HOST by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 18, 2015) — On March 30, Tennessee state prisoner Michael Wayne Parsons was informed of two additional charges by the Tipton County Circuit Court with two counts of possessing firearms as a convicted felon on February 11, 2014 […]

New York State Grassroots Groups to Hold Food Drive for Veterans pb

New York State Grassroots Groups to Hold Food Drive for Veterans pb

“OPERATION HUNGER SMASH” by New York State Grassroots Groups (Apr. 15, 2015) — We have learned that the Vets, American Legion, VFW and other veteran organizations were not notified of this worthy food drive. It is our hope that many of you will make a few calls to your local chapters of these organizations and […]

Connecticut Secretary of State Launches Effort to Protect Integrity of Voter Registry

Connecticut Secretary of State Launches Effort to Protect Integrity of Voter Registry

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  APRIL 10, 2015 Contact:  Tina Prakash: (860) 509-6224 (o); (860) 985-7460 (c) (Apr. 10, 2015) — Secretary Merrill Launches Effort to Protect the Integrity of Connecticut’s Voter Registry Interstate Partnership Works to Improve Accuracy of Voter List by Identifying Potential Changes in Connecticut Voters’ Status Through Comparison to Other States’ Registries Hartford: […]

The Grand Jury: Tool of the Government or the People?

The Grand Jury:  Tool of the Government or the People?

DOES “HAND-PICKING” COMPROMISE OBJECTIVITY? by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 9, 2015) — On Tuesday, The Post & Email spoke with Tipton County, TN clerk Mike Forbess regarding the selection of Tipton County grand jurors. Forbess serves as clerk of court for the Circuit, General Sessions and Juvenile Courts of Tipton County, which is located in the […]

Montana Legislature Passes Bill to Limit Federal Militarization of Police‏

Montana Legislature Passes Bill to Limit Federal Militarization of Police‏

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  APRIL 8, 2015 by the Tenth Amendment Center, ©2015 (Apr. 8, 2015) — To the Governor’s Desk: Montana Legislature Passes Bill to Limit Federal Militarization of Local Police HELENA, Mont. (Apr. 8, 2015) – A bill that would heavily diminish the effect of federal surplus equipment programs that militarize local police was […]

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