Thursday, October 24, 2013

Federal Judge in Jets Great Controversy Found Guilty of Punching Woman

A New York Daily News article, published on October 22, 2013, "Line drawn across home of retired cop by widow of Jets great," tells of how a federal judge, ignoring the laws of Adverse Possession and the Doctrine of Practical Location, drew a new property line through a family's house. It turns out that a federal judge involved in the former Jets'  property line case was herself found guilty by a jury of punching a woman in the face.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

J'Accuse Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

J'Accuse Andrew Cuomo:  An open letter has been delivered to the Manhattan and Albany offices of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.  Governor Cuomo is accused "of facilitating the on-going fraud involving over $100,000.00 of stolen 9/11 donation monies" .....

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

A little Cover-Up of Corruption Leads to a Flood of Cover-Ups

The New York Daily News reports on a bizarre property rights fix by insiders, "Line drawn across home of retired cop by widow of Jets great." 

It gets better. The federal judge, the Hon. Cathy Seibel, ruled in writing on September 30, 2013, that "I was snookered" by one of the involved lawyers. But the judge left unchanged the new property line she drew through the homeowner's kitchen.  Yikes.

Monday, October 21, 2013

A Governor MUST be Realistic About Public Corruption

The search continues for 
A Governor to Fight Corruption and Restore the Faith 
of the People in Their Government

Sunday, October 20, 2013

The Comedy of Cuomo's Commissions

  • The commission will never back off.* (*Except when the governor's aide say so)
  • The commission will examine all political monies.* (*except those of his own party)
  • The commission will act boldly*  (*except against inside friends with money)

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Corruption Wins Latest Round, Andrew Cuomo Abdicates Governorship, for Role of Commissioner

The Comedy of Corruption, by Andrew Cuomo
"This is a job for Batman" (Police Commissioner Gordon, 1966)

Andrew M. Cuomo, the self-appointed Commissioner of Corruption, has apparently resigned his position as New York's Governor. 

Friday, October 18, 2013

The Most Important Campaign of Our Time Begins......


A Governor to Fight Corruption

A Governor to Restore the Faith 
of the People in Their Government

Friday, October 4, 2013

Disinfecting Organized Traditions of Covering-Up Ethics Failures

The culture of corruption runs deep, and a closer review often finds a long history of various "smaller" abuses, corruptive acts and, almost always, cover-ups.  An insightful report, The Hezitorial- The Blue Truth: Disinfecting the Lingering Stench at the Yonkers PBA, by Hezi Aris, can easily describe any ethically-troubled entity anywhere in the United States where cover-up trumps any ethical obligation involving correction.