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Kurdish Human Rights Watch for the Human Rights and democracy,
for the trueness, for the Justness and for a fair Justice.    
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Wichtige Düzgün Daskin dokumente/ Kurdische Wiki Leaks dokumente.
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Move room breathalyzer, here comes the Textalyzer:

An officer arriving at the scene of a crash could ask for the phones of any drivers involved and use the Textalyzer to tap into the operating system to check for recent activity. The technology could determine whether a driver had used the phone to text, email or do anything else that is forbidden under the hands-free driving laws, which prohibit drivers from holding phones to their ear. Failure to hand over a phone could lead to the suspension of a driver’s license, similar to the consequences for refusing a Breathalyzer.
Policy makers and road safety experts are reaching back to tested strategies: They want to treat distracted driving like drunken driving.
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Very interesting read. Thanks for sharing!
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Alysha Campbell

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I really need legal advice.
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Contact a lawyer in your area.
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Snitches and Brady Violations:

Brady and Messiah (police use of undercover informants to interrogate represented defendants violates the 6th Amendment right to counsel) violations in Orange County perhaps reach the level of ‘outrageous governmental misconduct. 

However, despite the seriousness of the charges, almost nobody involved had faced professional consequences since the practice was revealed. Judge disqualifies entire prosecutor's office and rules that two deputies lied under oath, neither has been fired nor charged with perjury. The relevant prosecutors have also kept their jobs.
Angry about a child custody dispute, Scott Dekraai armed himself with three handguns, drove to the beauty salon in Seal Beach, California, where his ex-wife worked and opened fire. The
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+Ron Superior Great Points Ron. Makes me wonder if the system is in place regardless of the crime charged and more importantly regardless of the law of the land.
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Cathy Moran

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Do the Math Before You Choose

We're lawyers because we don't love math, but looking at the long run cost of your client's choice of chapters is worth it.
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yumna fatehi

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#DemDebate #GOPdebate #HumanRights #peace #war

Right Wing-Distribution of Sources

💥Right-wing politics are political positions or activities that view some forms of social stratification or social inequality as :-
👉either inevitable, natural, normal, or
👉desirable,[1][2][3] typically defending this position on the basis of natural law, economics or tradition.[4][5][6][7][8][9]

💥 Hierarchy and inequality may be viewed as natural results of traditional social differences[10] and/or from competition in market economies.[11][12]
💥 Although the right-wing originated with traditional conservatives, monarchistsand reactionaries, it has evolved to include



🔺 fascists,


🔺 racial supremacists,[22]

🔺 Christian democrats,

🔺religious fundamentalists, and 🔺classical liberals.[16]

💢 In the United States "right-wing" has quite a different history and meaning. For the most part the American right wing is an integral part of the conservative movement in the U.S.[23]

🔵 The right has been a major factor—and often dominant—in American politics in the Age of Reagan since 1981.[24][needs update]

🔵 In recent decades, historians argue that :-

👉 the conservative tradition has played a major role in American politics and culture since the American Revolution.

However ...⬇️

👉they have stressed that an organized conservative movement has played a key role in politics only since the 1950s.

🔵 The recent movement is based in the Republican Party, but during the era of segregation, before 1965, many Southern Democrats were also conservative.

💢 Southern Congressmen were a key part of a Conservative Coalition that :-

👉largely blocked liberal labor legislation in Congress from 1937 to 1963, though they tended to be liberal and vote with the rest of the Democratic Party on other economic issues.[2]

🔵 Southern Democrats fended off the more conservative Republican Party (GOP) by arguing that :-

⏩ only they could defend segregation because the Republican Party nationally was committed to integration.

🔵 That argument collapsed when Congress banned segregation in 1964.

🔷This provided an opportunity for Republicans to appeal to conservative Southerners on the basis that :-

👉the GOP was the more conservative party on a wide range of social and economic issues,

as well as

👉being hawkish on foreign policy

👉when the( antiwar forces) gained strength in the Democratic party.

🔵Southern white conservatives moved from the Democratic Party to the GOP at the presidential level in the 1960s, and at the state and local level after 1990.[3][4][5]

Economics and Identity

George Monbiot describes the failure of modern economics to liberate human values and the outcomes of that failure.

"To be at peace with a troubled world: this is not a reasonable aim. It can be achieved only through a disavowal of what surrounds you. To be at peace with yourself within a troubled world: that, by contrast, is an honourable aspiration."


[ Connecting the Dots ]

I was prompted to write it by a remarkable book, just published in English, by a Belgian professor of psychoanalysis, Paul Verhaeghe. What About Me? The Struggle for Identity in a Market-Based Society is one of those books that, by making connections between apparently distinct phenomena, permits sudden new insights into what is happening to us and why.

[ Conformity vs Exclusion ]

We are social animals, Verhaeghe argues, and our identities are shaped by the norms and values we absorb from other people. Every society defines and shapes its own normality – and its own abnormality – according to dominant narratives, and seeks either to make people comply or to exclude them if they don’t.

[ Market Fundamentalism ]

Today the dominant narrative is that of market fundamentalism, widely known in Europe as neoliberalism. The story it tells is that the market can resolve almost all social, economic and political problems. The less the state regulates and taxes us, the better off we will be. Public services should be privatised, public spending should be cut, and business should be freed from social control. In countries such as the UK and the US, this story has shaped our norms and values for around 35 years: since Thatcher and Reagan came to power. It is rapidly colonising the rest of the world.

[ Celebration of Isolated Individuality ]

Verhaeghe points out that neoliberalism draws on the ancient Greek idea that our ethics are innate (and governed by a state of nature it calls the market) and on the Christian idea that humankind is inherently selfish and acquisitive. Rather than seeking to suppress these characteristics, neoliberalism celebrates them: it claims that unrestricted competition, driven by self-interest, leads to innovation and economic growth, enhancing the welfare of all.

[ Myth of Merit and Mobility ]

At the heart of this story is the notion of merit. Untrammelled competition rewards people who have talent, work hard, and innovate. It breaks down hierarchies and creates a world of opportunity and mobility.

The reality is rather different. Even at the beginning of the process, when markets are first deregulated, we do not start with equal opportunities. Some people are a long way down the track before the starting gun is fired. This is how the Russian oligarchs managed to acquire such wealth when the Soviet Union broke up. They weren’t, on the whole, the most talented, hardworking or innovative people, but those with the fewest scruples, the most thugs, and the best contacts – often in the KGB.

Even when outcomes are based on talent and hard work, they don’t stay that way for long. Once the first generation of liberated entrepreneurs has made its money, the initial meritocracy is replaced by a new elite, which insulates its children from competition by inheritance and the best education money can buy. Where market fundamentalism has been most fiercely applied – in countries like the US and UK – social mobility has greatly declined.

[ Rent Extraction trumps Enterprise ]

If neoliberalism was anything other than a self-serving con, whose gurus and thinktanks were financed from the beginning by some of the world’s richest people (the US multimillionaires Coors, Olin, Scaife, Pew and others), its apostles would have demanded, as a precondition for a society based on merit, that no one should start life with the unfair advantage of inherited wealth or economically determined education. But they never believed in their own doctrine. Enterprise, as a result, quickly gave way to rent.

[ Psychological Externalization of Outcomes ]

All this is ignored, and success or failure in the market economy are ascribed solely to the efforts of the individual. The rich are the new righteous; the poor are the new deviants, who have failed both economically and morally and are now classified as social parasites.

The market was meant to emancipate us, offering autonomy and freedom. Instead it has delivered atomisation and loneliness.

[ Surveillance and Bureaucracy ]

The workplace has been overwhelmed by a mad, Kafkaesque infrastructure of assessments, monitoring, measuring, surveillance and audits, centrally directed and rigidly planned, whose purpose is to reward the winners and punish the losers. It destroys autonomy, enterprise, innovation and loyalty, and breeds frustration, envy and fear. Through a magnificent paradox, it has led to the revival of a grand old Soviet tradition known in Russian as tufta. It means falsification of statistics to meet the diktats of unaccountable power.

The same forces afflict those who can’t find work. They must now contend, alongside the other humiliations of unemployment, with a whole new level of snooping and monitoring. All this, Verhaeghe points out, is fundamental to the neoliberal model, which everywhere insists on comparison, evaluation and quantification. We find ourselves technically free but powerless. Whether in work or out of work, we must live by the same rules or perish. All the major political parties promote them, so we have no political power either. In the name of autonomy and freedom we have ended up controlled by a grinding, faceless bureaucracy.

[ Decline in Mental Health ]

These shifts have been accompanied, Verhaeghe writes, by a spectacular rise in certain psychiatric conditions: self-harm, eating disorders, depression and personality disorders.

Of the personality disorders, the most common are performance anxiety and social phobia: both of which reflect a fear of other people, who are perceived as both evaluators and competitors – the only roles for society that market fundamentalism admits. Depression and loneliness plague us.

The infantilising diktats of the workplace destroy our self-respect. Those who end up at the bottom of the pile are assailed by guilt and shame. The self-attribution fallacy cuts both ways: just as we congratulate ourselves for our success, we blame ourselves for our failure, even if we have little to do with it.

[ Alienation and Human Values ]

So, if you don’t fit in, if you feel at odds with the world, if your identity is troubled and frayed, if you feel lost and ashamed – it could be because you have retained the human values you were supposed to have discarded. You are a deviant. Be proud.
George Monbiot: The self-serving con of neoliberalism is that it has eroded the human values the market was supposed to emancipate
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Defense counsel hired by insurance companies are always trolling for information on people their clients injured.

Disgusting how quickly the defense lawyers throw their paralegal under the bus. 
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This is a big no no even if you are not working for an attorney. Private Investigators have known for years the courts would not look kindly on "Friending" the Subject of an investigation on Facebook. This behavior is known as "Roping" and has been around for years. Even before the Internet was invented. Your Insurance Investigation cannot influence the Subject to preform an act unless they are operating  a public accommodation such as a business. The private sector is not law enforcement. 
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Jack Martin NJ Expungements

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WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP — A Philadelphia nun has been convicted of drunken driving charges after a judge ruled against her argument that she had a sedative and doesn’t remember crashing her car into a New Jersey building.
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Sadly, I agree and believe it is one of the many issues the Church needs to address when it comes to the clergy.
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"The secretive U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has issued its first order allowing the National Security Agency to collect telephone records under a new electronic spying law Congress passed last year." 
The secretive U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has issued its first order allowing the National Security Agency to collect telephone records under a new electronic spying law Congress passed last year.
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Jonathan Hayter

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IP boutiques still among the worst for women lawyers #glassceiling  
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As a follow-up to my Textalyzer post earlier today. Snapchat is being sued for not deleting an app that allowed drivers to determine their speed. (Query - why not simply look at the car's speedometer?)
Christal McGee was behind the wheel of her father's white Mercedes, 18 years old and on her way home from work on a Thursday night in September 2015, when she pulled out her phone and opened the app.
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So, provide a product, and then warn consumers NOT to use it. Buy it; download it, but don't for cryin' out loud, actually USE it!
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Jack Martin NJ Expungements

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Several weeks ago I posted an article about an Atlantic City teacher who was fired for breaking up a fight between two grammar school students.  DYFS specifically found that the teacher did not use excessive force and the student in question was a habitual troublemaker.  Despite the independent finding of no excessive force, the superintendent fired the teacher after he refused to resign.  Last week the school board voted unanimously to reinstate the teacher.  The teacher had filed an appeal and probably would have prevailed on that appeal.  I hope that he receives his salary for the period of time that he was out of work.  What do you think about this? 
ATLANTIC CITY -- The teacher who lost his job after breaking up a fight between two students will get his job back.
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Although it is nice that he got his job back he never should have been asked to resign or have been fired since he did nothing wrong.  I don't think he should dismiss his appeal.  They still owe him money and they want to put conditions on his employment.  
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US appeals court rules in favor of +NFL in the #deflategate  controversy. Story courtesy of +Yahoo News 
A U.S. appeals court on Monday restored the four-game "Deflategate" suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, handing the National Football League a victory in the latest round in a battle with one of its marquee players. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York reversed
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+The Abrams Law Firm LLC thanks for the plus one! 
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yumna fatehi

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#DemDebate #GOPdebate #HumanRights #election 2016 #washingtonDC #cia #whitehouse
💥Hillary Clinton's Views On War;Contradicting Or Conforming With The achievements of
her post on head of State Department!
Clinton on War & Peace

Secretary of State; previously Democratic Senator (NY)

♐️Supported decision to
target Osama bin Laden??
Get stro g relations To Al Qada?!
💥Is Hillary So Keen on Evading sacrificing vets ?!
👉Issuing bills to push them inside the hell of unwarrented wars all around the Globe

👉 "I feel comfortable raising issues with him," Hillary says.

👉"I had a very positive set of interactions, even when I disagreed, which obviously occurred, because obviously I have my own opinions, my own views."

♐️The killing of bin Laden, she says, was a bonding experience.
👉Obama's Cabinet had been split on whether to attempt the mission, but Clinton backed it and sweated out the decision with the commander-in-chief.?!

💥To Continue⬇️
👉 "I've seen the president in a lot of intense and difficult settings,"
she says,
👉 "and I've watched him make hard decisions. Obviously, talking to you on September 11 as we are, the bin Laden decision-making process is certainly at the forefront of my mind."
New York Magazine interview, "Hillary in Midair" , Sep 22, 2013
🔵 Would have never diverted attention from Afghanistan

👉📌"It’s clear that if I had been president, we would have never diverted our attention from Afghanistan. "
💥Check here,please⬇️

💥 320,000 Vets Have Brain Injuries
War Veterans’ Concussions Are Often Overlooked!

💥To be Continued⬇️
👉"When I went to Afghanistan the first time and was met by a young soldier from New York, in the 10th Mountain Division who told me that I was welcomed to the forgotten front lines in the war against terror, that just struck me so forcefully

👉" We have so many problems that we are going to have to untangle. It will take a tremendous amount of effort. What are we going to do going forward?

👉"Because day after day, what I spend my time working on is trying to help pick up the pieces for families and for injured soldiers trying to make sure that they get the help that they need, trying to give the resources that are required. "

👉"We had to fight to get body armor. Bush sent people to war without body armor. "

👉"We need a president who will be sensitive to the implications of the use of force and understand that force should be a last resort, not a first resort.
2008 Democratic debate in Los Angeles before Super Tuesday , Jan 31, 2008
🔴After 9/11:Those helping terrorists would feel “wrath” of US

🔷In early Oct. 2002, the Senate prepared to vote on a resolution that would give the president the authority to :-
👉use military force in Iraq if diplomatic efforts failed.

🔴For Hillary, it amounted to the most important vote of her public life.
💥Check here...⬇️

U.S. administration & CIA utilizing BOKO Haram as a Spy &
💥To Be Continued⬇️

⭕️Coming to a decision involved a knotty set of calculations.?!

💢 Hillary had put down, as she put it, a “pretty pugnacious” marker the day after Sept. 11 by saying that:-
👉those helping terrorists would face the “wrath” of the US. ⬇️
👉Retreating from that muscular stance would be tricky.
💥To Check..⬇️

💥the State Department under the management of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton...⬇️

👉 “changed sides in the war on terror” in 2011 by ...⬇️

👉 implementing a policy of facilitating the delivery of weapons to the al-Qaida-dominated rebel militias in Libya attempting ?!


🔴On the other hand, if she voted yes, she would be giving Bush the authority to launch a pre-emptive war-a concept that reminded her of the failed war in Vietnam.
🔴Voting against the resolution would also mean retreating from the policies of another president--her husband.

👉Bill has signed a law in 1998 that contained non-binding provisions calling for regime change.
💥Finally, there was Hillary’s concern that she could never win the presidency if she didn’t prove that she was tough enough.
Source: Her Way, by Jeff Gerth & Don Van Natta, p.240-241 , Jun 8, 2007
🔵1960s conversion to liberalism based on opposing Vietnam

♐️By 1968, there were far fewer bitter debates among students about the war’s merits, particularly following the Tet Offensive.
👉🔺The nightly news was filled with images of the Vietcong and North Vietnamese inflicting casualties against American troops in the heart of Saigon, and journalists were now explaining the war in increasingly worrisome ways.

⭕️By then, Hillary was no longer trying to reconcile conflicted feelings about the war, or the leftward drift of her own politics.

⭕️She was already beginning to call herself a “former Goldwater Girl,” demonstrating her newfound political beliefs most dramatically by supporting the anti-war campaign of Senator Eugene McCarthy in his bid to displace President Johnson as the Democratic nominee.
💥Check here;please

Interventionist Policy of Secretary of State?!

💢 Commandos:Their budget has increased five-fold since 2001 and their personnel have doubled.

💢They operate in secret, most often without Congressional oversight or even knowledge.
🔴👉 Is it dangerous for the president to have what is de facto a personal army like this?

⬇️Tune in to the Ron Paul Liberty Report:⬇️

💥To be Continued⬇️

💥Along with a few classmates, Hillary traveled to New Hampshire on weekends to stuff envelopes and campaign on Senator McCarthy’s behalf.
Source: Her Way, by Jeff Gerth & Don Van Natta, p. 30 , Jun 8, 2007
At Wellesley in ‘68, steered anti-war movement within system

During Hillary’s freshman year, she eased into the leadership of the Wellesley Young Republicans club, and by the end of the second semester, was elected president. Meanwhile, she had begun questioning her party’s policies on civil rights and the war.!
💢At a time when her contemporaries were challenging the authority of college administrators, she :
👉steered the antiwar movement at Wellesley away from the kind of confrontation that convulsed other campuses.?!
🔴Still, Hillary and her class were responsible for greater changes at Wellesley than any in its history.
Black Studies was added to the curriculum?!


The concentration of huge campaign sums in a handful of super PACs is :-
👉fast remaking the White House race, as ⬇️
👉campaigns grow increasingly dependent on donations from a wealthy few⁉️

💥To be Continued⬇️
♐️A summer Upward Bound program for inner-city children was initiated, antiwar activities were conducted in college facilities, the skirt rule had been rescinded, grades were given on a pass-fail basis, and interdisciplinary majors were permitted.
💥To Check
👉📌Saban and his wife have contributed over $35 million to the Clinton Foundation. Copy

👉 One of Hillary’s strengths as a leader, still evident, was her willingness to participate in the drudgery of government rather than simply direct policy.?!
A Woman in Charge, by Carl Bernstein, p. 43-45 , Jun 5, 2007


Hillary Clinton's Views On War;Contradicting Or Conforming With The achievements of
her post on head of State Department!
Clinton on War & Peace

Secretary of State; previously Democratic Senator (NY)
💥 Copy
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The shrink's relationship with the 18 year old female patient was initially uncovered by Connecticut state police detectives investigating Lanza’s history in the aftermath of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
A psychiatrist who treated Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza has been charged with sexual assault for his relationship with a former patient.
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Jonathan Hayter

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Wall Street Firms Among Toughest For Female Partners
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Screwed by Lawyer

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          Does FDA do a good enough job tracking medical devices?
According to a report from the Brookings Institution, medical device problems that we know about contribute to about 3,000 deaths per year in the United States. There may be many more we do not know about because we do not track medical device use the way we track prescription drugs for quality and safety. Codes that uniquely identify prescribed drugs are routinely included in medical claims data — such as those made public by the Medicare program. These can be mined for signals of problems.
#medicaldevice #safety #medicare  
The data that is needed to identify dangerous devices are not routinely collected in the United States.
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European Court rules mass killer Anders Behring Breivik's human rights were violated and awarded him $41,000 because he was held in solitary confinement in a three-cell complex where he played video games, watched TV and exercised.

He should experience a year or two as a prisoner in the United States.
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Jonathan Hayter

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Remember the 80s?
Am Law Echoes: A Look at Rankings Past and Present - Ahead of the publication next week of this year?s Am Law 100 list, The Am Law Daily looked back at what?s changed since The American Lawyer first published law firm rankings in 1985. The biggest difference between that year and 2016 is the size of the firms.
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Jonathan Hayter

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These are the top firms by percentage of women partners. 
Full story:  #glassceiling  
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