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One Down, One to go! Justice Joel Penoyar retires after a little more than one year into his term

It appears that Justice Joel Penoyar has called it quits. In 2012 Penoyar ran unopposed for position one of the Division II Court of Appeals. Now he has called it quits according to the TheDailyWorld.com I’d like to think “public pressure” from those reading Dirty Slick Joel Penoyar had a lot to do with it, … Continue reading

When will Citizens put a STOP to all the lying by our public servants!

Do the President’s lies for the personal and political gain of passing and implementing Obamacare warrant calls for his resignation or impeachment? The request that he release the FBI vetting report on his justiceship nominee J. Sotomayor by Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq. Judicial Discipline Reform New York City Dr.Richard.Cordero.Esq@gmail.com http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL/DrRCordero-Honest_Jud_Advocates.pdf Former President Bush’s Attorney General, … Continue reading

The Justice System: Swearing to Lies

The Justice System: Swearing to Lies Showtime: Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 8:00 PM MST Short Link: http://tobtr.com/s/5722437 Last week we had a caller who definitely had a lot to say. He tweaked the listeners interest with a link to his suggested rule that citizens have the right to call a Grand Jury. A rule … Continue reading

The Lawless America Movement

The Lawless America Movement presents Proposed Legislation to Save America – YouTube. William M. Windsor is a reasonably normal 63-year-old husband, father, and grandfather. He discovered corruption in the federal courts in Atlanta, Georgia, and he will not stop until these judges are exposed for the world to see. His friends will tell you that … Continue reading

The ugly truth about the Kitsap Sun

Anyone who has ever read the Kitsap Sun newspaper has more than likely reached the opinion that the Kitsap Sun is little more than a propaganda tool for local government.  And indeed the Kitsap Sun has more in common with local government than with its readers. Thomas Jefferson said, The man who reads nothing at … Continue reading