“A man who represents himself, has a lawyer with his best interest in mind.” – Bocetti

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In Fesler v. Rawlins , 43 Cal.App.2d 541, 544 [111 P.2d 380], it was said: “It is axiomatic that agency cannot be established by the declarations of the agent not under oath or in the presence of the principal.  As stated in 1 California Jurisprudence, 698, ‘if the rule were otherwise any rogue could use the name of an honest man to facilitate his roguery.’ ”  See also Mechem Outlines Agency (3d ed.), 112, p. 68.)

Hilyar v. Union Ice Co., 45 Cal. 2d 30 – Cal: Supreme Court 1955

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T​he greed and corruption in the drug industry just won’t stop.

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Manufactured Civil Unrest and Regime Change; Is America Next?

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Well that just all depends on us doesn’t it? Will you buy into the BS and perform like a trained monkey? They’re counting on it. After all that’s how they have been operating and manipulating for longer than we’ve been alive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2r2vmzFOvfI&feature=youtu.be
I said above that it doesn’t matter who is elected. Well that’s true in regard to running the government but I will never and could never consider a woman who would do this to a child, let alone think it was funny, to be my president… all the nasty, nasty things she has done to grown women, also victims of her criminally predatory husband pales in comparison..
If you have seen the John Grisham movie “A Time To Kill” remember Mathew McConoughy’s closing remarks to the jury and imagine what it was like for this little girl and her parents. The difference? THIS IS REAL LIFE not a novel and not a movie and this is the character of the woman who thinks she should be America’s first female president. If that happens America will truly cease to be an exceptional nation.
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The Real Reason Hillary And Obama Are Ignoring The Louisiana Flood! It Was Manmade!

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Let me mention a good book I am reading.  It is “UNDEMOCRATIC” by Jay Sekulow…. It may even be in your local library. But when you read it think about this…. https://themarshallreport.wordpress.com/2016/08/20/the-real-reason-hillary-and-obama-are-ignoring-louisiana-flood-it-was-man-made/

What happened to that Louisiana town is EXACTLY what has happened by allowing an out of control, un-elected bunch of self-interested idiots, completely run by one political party, to run rampant. The book explains how all of this has come to pass and I truly hope you will all read it.  We can fix it but not if we don’t start now.  RESIST, REFORM & RESTORE!!!  Right now it does not matter who gets elected anywhere to any office. Why? Because the government created a beast that doesn’t answer to it, and it can’t control, because the government IS NOT IN CONTROL!
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How About A Lethal Concealed Weapon, Tiny, Powerful And Completely Legal?

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I didn’t believe it so I made one.  My silly husband let me shoot him with mini-marshmallows and yep, WELTS!  I shot a tiny pebble at the wooden side of our shed and it embedded in the wood from about 20 feet away.  A dollar store small hacksaw, a gatorade bottle, a large balloon and a piece of sandpaper is all it took.  DO NOT GIVE TO KIDS though.  If shooting anything solid, even a pinto bean or a handful of hard pearl cake decorating pellets could seriously injure or even kill someone.  Great thing to have in your purse, in your pocket or in your SHTF bag.  I’m gonna try a longer balloon and an arrow hmmmm…
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Gov Orders Police To Cut Water Supply To Native Americans As Pipeline Protesters Skyrocket In Number


Thousands join protest camp as supporters are holding a rally in Washington D.C. on Wednesday outside of Army Corps hearing.

Growing in number and spirit, the Standing Rock Sioux protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline is swiftly gaining strength ahead of a federal hearing on the controversial project. Support has spread across the country, and thousands have descended on the peaceful “prayer camps” in recent days, prompting state officials on Monday to remove the demonstrators’ drinking water supply.

North Dakota homeland security director Greg Wilz ordered the removal of state-owned trailers and water tanks from the protest encampment, despite the sweltering heat, because of alleged disorderly conduct, according to theBismarck Tribune, including reports of laser pointers aimed at surveillance aircraft.

“People are getting overheated now already,” said Johnelle Leingang, the tribe’s emergency response coordinator, as temperatures hovered around 90º F on Monday. “It’s very hurtful.”

The supplies were provided last week by the North Dakota Department of Health at the tribe’s request to support the roughly 2,500 people now gathered along the Standing Rock reservation’s border on the Cannonball River, near where the pipeline is slated to cross.

Standing Rock spokesman Steven Sitting Bear said he’s received “notifications from tribes all over the country that have caravans in route, so it’s continuing to grow.”

On Wednesday, high profile activists and supporters are rallying in Washington D.C. outside the U.S. District Court, where members of the Standing Rock Sioux will argue that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers granted Energy Transfer Corporation approval for the 1,172-mile pipeline without tribal consent.

The tribe says that the pipeline—which will carry up to 570,000 barrels of fracked Bakken oil daily across four states to a market hub in Illinois—puts the sacred waters of the Missouri River at great risk.

“The Army Corps of Engineers might back off… We might, after five centuries, actually listen to the only people who’ve ever successfully inhabited this continent for the long term.”
—Bill McKibben

Climate campaigner and 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben penned an op-ed on Monday titled “After 525 years, it’s time to actually listen to Native Americans.”

McKibben notes that in recent years Indigenous people like the Standing Rock Sioux “have been the vanguard of the movement to slow down climate change,” and offers a vision of “what it might mean if the  if the Army Corps, or the Obama administration, simply said: ‘You know what, you’re right. We don’t need to build this pipeline.’”

“It would mean that after 525 years, someone had actually paid attention to the good sense that Native Americans have been offering almost from the start,” he continues:

One has the ominous sense of grim history about to be reenacted at Standing Rock. North Dakota authorities—who are in essence a subsidiary of the fossil fuel industry—have insisted that the Sioux are violent, that they have “pipe bombs.” There are rumors about calling in the National Guard. The possibility for renewed tragedy is very real.

But the possibility for a new outcome is there as well. The Army Corps of Engineers might back off. The president might decide, as he did with Keystone, that this pipeline would “exacerbate” climate change and hence should be reviewed more carefully. We might, after five centuries, actually listen to the only people who’ve ever successfully inhabited this continent for the long term.

Construction on the pipeline remains halted after developers paused the project last week in anticipation of the Wednesday hearing.

Meanwhile, a U.S. District Court hearing on whether a preliminary injunction should be issued against the protesters has been rescheduled from Thursday to Sept. 8, although a restraining order against the demonstrators has also been extended until then. Filing the order on Monday, U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland wrote that factions are ‘”strongly encouraged to meet and confer in good faith’ to try and resolve the dispute out of court,” the Tribune reported.

Updates are being shared on social media with the hashtags #NoDAPL and#RezpectOurWater.

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Underneath Are The Everlasting Arms

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