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“America, we have a problem.

There is someone who needs to be impeached, fired, and removed from office.

There is a very particular leader in our country that is refusing to do the job that she was elected by the American people to do.

Not only is she refusing to do her job, her policies are dangerous for LEO’s and treasonous to America. We can no longer sit idly by and be abused by this woman and her selfish ideas of how she thinks America should be.”



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Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010, this Twenty Seventh day of January in the year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Nineteen.

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This is severely disturbing.  Faulkner County, Arkansas, Sheriff Tim Ryals is now facing massive backlash thanks to a camera phone and social media.

A Faulkner sheriff deputy named Keenan Wallace was caught on camera shooting a small dog while investigating a neighborhood call reporting an aggressive dog.  Initially the County Sheriff was slow to respond to the outcry; then the video went viral on social media. [Warning, this is disturbing]:

Read the full write up via:

Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot? Arkansas Sheriff Deputy Shoots Family Chihuahua…

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I am SICK & TIRED of this Nonsense — It is time to round up these ‘Sanctuary City’ & Illegal Immigration enablers, and ENFORCE the law!

Officer Singh died as a direct result of the unlawful actions of many elected officials, such as:
Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, California Governor Jerry Brown, Maxine Waters, Dianne Feinstein, Kamala Harris, Sheila Jackson-Lee, NC’s David Price & GK Butterfield, Durham’s Mayor Schewell & Council members Jillian Johnson & Charlie Reece, and Wake & Durham County’s newly elected sheriffs. This is only a small list, but it’s a START.

The above listed individuals have ALL violated;
Subsection 1324(a)(1)(A)(iv), and,
Subsection 1324(a)(1)(A)(v)


The Story


“By Laura Anthony and The Associated Press

Thursday, December 27, 2018 10:02PM

NEWMAN, Calif. — Ronil Singh came to the U.S. from his native Fiji to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming an officer, joining a small-town police force in California and working to improve his English. The day after Christmas, he stopped another immigrant, this one in the country illegally, who shot and killed the corporal, authorities said Thursday. “


The Law

Encouraging / Inducing — Subsection 1324(a)(1)(A)(iv) makes it an offense for any person who — encourages or induces an alien to come to, enter, or reside in the United States, knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such coming to, entry, or residence is or will be in violation of law.


Conspiracy/Aiding or Abetting — Subsection 1324(a)(1)(A)(v) expressly makes it an offense to engage in a conspiracy to commit or aid or abet the commission of the foregoing offenses.


Penalties — The basic statutory maximum penalty for violating 8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1)(i) and (v)(I) (alien smuggling and conspiracy) is a fine under title 18, imprisonment for not more than 10 years, or both. With regard to violations of 8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1)(ii)-(iv) and (v)(ii), domestic transportation, harboring, encouraging/inducing, or aiding/abetting, the basic statutory maximum term of imprisonment is 5 years, unless the offense was committed for commercial advantage or private financial gain, in which case the maximum term of imprisonment is 10 years. In addition, significant enhanced penalties are provided for in violations of 8 U.S.C. § 1324(a)(1) involving serious bodily injury or placing life in jeopardy. Moreover, if the violation results in the death of any person, the defendant may be punished by death or by imprisonment for any term of years.


The law is already written. It is already on the books. It is way PAST TIME to enforce it.

Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Twenty Eighth day of December, in the Year of Our Lord, Two Thousand and Eighteen.

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Open letter to elections boards throughout N.C.


Members of the NC State Board of Elections & County Election Boards

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I feel urged to remind you – before you hold your meeting / hearing today – that each of you has taken an SWORN OATH to support & defend the NC Constitution. Your duty today, is to uphold that oath.

To uphold that said oath, you MUST do the following;

1) Instruct each county board to go back through ALL of their ballots and remove each one that was cast using Same Day Register & Vote (1st time registrants), and/or those received on or about October 15th, and any other ballots that were cast by individuals who have not passed the COMPLETE VERIFICATION PROCESS as defined by NCGS 163-82.7.

2) These newly registered voters must also be thoroughly vetted concerning the ONE YEAR RESIDENCY requirement set forth via Art.VI, Sec. 2. of our Constitution (see cited clause below)

I realize this will be a difficult task, but it MUST BE DONE FORTHWITH. This task must especially be done in ALL COUNTIES that contain a University due to the high number of transient, ‘Out of State Students’. If a student only resides in NC during the normal school year, they must not be allowed to cast a ballot for our Council of State races, nor any local bond issues, nor other local candidates. They are however, allowed to cast ballots for ONLY President & Vice President as per Article VI, Section 2, Clause 2 cited below.

Now, some of the legal scholars, and elections employees will argue that this portion of our constitution concerning the ‘Durational Residency Laws’ was struck down by the supreme Court in 1972. Dunn vs. Blumstein, Tennessee. I’ll urge you to do your homework on this one. That argument is invalid because;

1) Our current constitution was completely re-written after the passage of the 1965 VRA, and;

2) Tennessee, nor any other state, had these newly conceived ‘Same Day Register & Vote’ laws on their books, and;

3) The 1972 SCOTUS opinion (Dunn vs Blumstein) does not take into consideration ‘Out of State’, transient individuals such as our university students, nor does it address issues that came with the U.S. Constitution’s 27th Amendment (Voting age reduced to 18) which was ratified in 1971. This case was heard less than 5 months after ratification of the 27th .


Dunn vs. Blumstein (SCOTUS, 1972)

Concluding that Tennessee has not offered an adequate justification for its durational residence laws, we affirm the judgment of the court below.



North Carolina Constitution 


Sec. 2.  Qualifications of voter.

(1)        Residence period for State elections.  Any person who has resided in the State of North Carolina for one year and in the precinct, ward, or other election district for 30 days next preceding an election, and possesses the other qualifications set out in this Article, shall be entitled to vote at any election held in this State.  Removal from one precinct, ward, or other election district to another in this State shall not operate to deprive any person of the right to vote in the precinct, ward, or other election district from which that person has removed until 30 days after the removal.

(2)        Residence period for presidential elections.  The General Assembly may reduce the time of residence for persons voting in presidential elections.  A person made eligible by reason of a reduction in time of residence shall possess the other qualifications set out in this Article, shall only be entitled to vote for President and Vice President of the United States or for electors for President and Vice President, and shall not thereby become eligible to hold office in this State.

Respectfully submitted by  SilenceDogood2010 this First Day of December in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Sixteen.

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Some of you may remember my earlier post about a Korean Era Veteran that was under attack. Well, now he has been served with a civil notice of intent to foreclose on his property.   His son Henry has sent letters (certified letters via the USPS) that have gone unanswered — just no response whatsoever. This new notice of foreclosure is prepared by some local lawyer. Why does Durham City have an attorney? Why does the County have another attorney on staff? Wouldn’t these 2 attorneys be the ones to file these proceedings? Why pay some local for that when  the ‘Government Attorneys’ are already making $130K plus per year? The Summons wasn’t even ‘SIGNED’ by a clerk. Her name was STAMPED onto the document. I’m not even sure that is legal.


Note: Names have been changed for privacy concerns


Backstory: When Charlie & Leslie decided to build a new residence in late 1968 – early 1969, they looked at many areas in Durham. Both of them were raised in the city when they were growing up and still had family in the area. They currently owned property on Guess Rd. between Fawn St. & Carver St. This area was becoming ‘Commercial’ and they knew at that time, it was time to relocate.

They decided to move out of the city & into the county. They thought long & hard on this because of the inconvenience of not being near shops, and Mildred (Charlie’ mother who was going with them) being further from hospitals & her friends, & also being further from Charlie’s workplace in RTP. The county offered some perks – Lower crime rates, property taxed by only the county, noise, & other freedoms not allowed inside of the city limits. The drawback to this choice was where they picked, the development already had city water & sewer, and for years they had to pay DOUBLE the rate for these utilities (because they were outside of the city limits).

The property they picked to build on was very close to the 2 County lines. The developer, most real estate agents at the time, and even some of their lawyer buddies assured them — “Being that close to the county lines, you’ll never have to worry about being taken into the city limits” (paraphrased)

All of this was crucial to their decision of where to move to and build their new freehold.

Summer of 1970 the home was completed and the family moved in. Charlie, Leslie, their son Henry, & Charlie’s mother Mildred. The home plans had been tweaked somewhat to accommodate this unique living arrangment. Where the original house plans had called for an attached carport or garage, they decided to create a living space for the aging Mildred. Where she could have her privacy on the opposite end of the home from the other bedrooms.

This was a modest home for the day — much smaller than the home Mildred had at 123 XXXXX Road. It was only approximately 2,500 square feet of living space with a small  basement for Charlie to tinker in — to work on his lawn mowers, Henry’s bicycles, etc. The basement  also was used for the women’s deep freeze for food storage. For a family of four people, as stated above, it was very modest. The cost of the new homestead when they moved in was approximately $40,000.00 — Land & Dwelling.

Sometime in the late 1970’s, or early 1980’s, Durham decided to annex this area of the county into the city limits. No, they didn’t extend any of the city services at that time; services like trash collection or bus routes, or other amenities of the city life. The Durham leaders STRICTLY wanted extra tax monies. Charlie & Leslie fought this annexation, along with many of their neighbors. They lost that battle. And to this day, there are still no bus routes within 2+ miles of the homestead.

Mildred passed away in the early 1980’s after several years of declining health due to suffering a stroke. Henry was a young adult by this time & had moved out on his own.

Charlie & Leslie have a past history of paying their taxes, in full & on time for over 40 years. Every so often, the City / County  would do their ‘Re-Evaluations’ and jack up the value of the property. Charlie & Leslie would occasionally question these so-called ‘DRIVE BY’ evals & would get tossed from person to person there at city hall. No one would answer reasonable questions and the county commissioners answer to them was  — “We HAVE to GET the money from somewhere!” Very frustrating to have public servants that refuse to serve their constituents. And Charlie & Leslie didn’t hire lawyers every 4-5 years to file complaints & challenge these unlawful actions. In fact, it wasn’t widely known that these are unlawful acts by an out of control municipality & local government.

People have been told for years & years that you MUST pay taxes or the government will lock you up; they will take your home, etc. We also have believed these things . . . until we started reading the actual laws  that are codified by statute.

Our current NC State Constitution was completely rewritten in 1971. From a review of the former Constitution, to the newly written 1971 edition, there are several questions that need addressing. These are many and I won’t get into all of them here.

Our current general statutes are also a complete mess here in North Carolina. One will say one thing, another one will state something completely different.

My general point here — referring to Constitutional changes & general statutes — is how we’ve gone from a rule of law, a free & sovereign state, to basically chaos where one hand doesn’t have a clue as to what the other hand is doing. And specifically here in Durham County.

Allow me to cite a couple of examples:

North Carolina Constitution:


Sec. 2.  Sovereignty of the people.

All political power is vested in and derived from the people; all government of right originates from the people, is founded upon their will only, and is instituted solely for the good of the whole.

Sec. 8.  Representation and taxation.

The people of this State shall not be taxed or made subject to the payment of any impost or duty without the consent of themselves or their representatives in the General Assembly, freely given. [The representatives of the general assembly are forbidden from delegating the power to tax citizens at the county level — Art. V (2),(2)]

Sec. 19.  Law of the land; equal protection of the laws.

No person shall be taken, imprisoned, or disseized of his freehold, liberties, or privileges, or outlawed, or exiled, or in any manner deprived of his life, liberty, or property, but by the law of the land.  No person shall be denied the equal protection of the laws; nor shall any person be subjected to discrimination by the State because of race, color, religion, or national origin.

Sec. 25.  Right of jury trial in civil cases.

In all controversies at law respecting property, the ancient mode of trial by jury is one of the best securities of the rights of the people, and shall remain sacred and inviolable. [Yet the courts often hold proceedings that have only a judge that makes these decisions.]


Sec. 2.  State and local taxation.

(1)        Power of taxation.  The power of taxation shall be exercised in a just and equitable manner, for public purposes only, and shall never be surrendered, suspended, or contracted away.

(2)        Classification.  Only the General Assembly shall have the power to classify property for taxation, which power shall be exercised only on a State-wide basis and shall not be delegated.  No class of property shall be taxed except by uniform rule, and every classification shall be made by general law uniformly applicable in every county, city and town, and other unit of local government.

(5)        Purposes of property tax.  The General Assembly shall not authorize any county, city or town, special district, or other unit of local government to levy taxes on property, except for purposes authorized by general law uniformly applicable throughout the State, unless the tax is approved by a majority of the qualified voters of the unit who vote thereon.

Number 5 above is KEY here. Somewhere between the FORCED Constitution of 1868 (done after  Military Order 120 was issued and the sovereign State of NC was forced under federal control) and 1971, the word ‘Therein’ was changed to ‘Thereon’. When did the voters of N.C. ratify this change? I can not find it anywhere. I honestly believe this was done unlawfully. 


I wonder when the word ‘therein’ was changed to ‘thereon’?

My point here, number 1 & 2 under Article V states only the general assembly shall have the power of taxation, and they can’t delegate it away —  then they say in number 5 that the counties can tax property? Is that not delegating it away? Confusing isn’t it? Which is it?

Same here with our NC General Statutes — one says one thing, another one says the opposite.


Is a STAMP a Legal Signature? Photo of the Civil Summons


Text from the above image: “The summons shall run in the name of the State and be dated and signed by the clerk, assistant clerk, or deputy clerk of the court in the county in which the action is commenced. It shall contain the title of the cause and the name of the court and county wherein the action has been commenced.”


Durham is completely contaminated with fraud & injustice. It has been for years. From its disgraced court system (DA’s Nifong & Cline for 2 examples); to its city council resolutions (sanctuary city / welcoming of refugees); to its school board nonsense (Jackie Wagstaff era); to its board of elections fiasco here recently. Outrageous salaries for tax admins, & city/county attorneys that do nothing. Police chiefs that have their hands tied by elected leaders and are routinely discarded in disgrace — Theresa Chambers, Jose Lopez to name a couple.


Comments from Henry: I for one am tired of financing this band of progressives and I believe it is time to expose them for who they are. I’d love to go to a jury trial — so that all this gets out in the open & the leaders can be charged with the crimes they’ve committed.

I think the time is right with the current political climate. I think a jury would agree with me and the evidence presented to them would make for a slam dunk case.

However, I will settle for them to simply stop their BULLYING of my 84 year old Korea era veteran father and repay us the extorted over-payment of taxes — from the last 19 years.  [NCGS § 105-277.1.  Elderly or disabled property tax homestead exclusion.]


And after that said re-payment of over-paid taxes, we will agree to pay them every year at the correct rate of 50% of the appraised value as stated in NCGS § 105-277.1


From my rough calculations —

$2,500 X 6 years (1997-2002) = $15,000

$2,800 X 6 years (2003-2008) = $16,800

$3,000 X 4 years (2009-2012) = $12,000

$3,300 X 3 years (2013-2015) = $9,900


$53,700 Total paid since Charlie turned 65 years old. His taxes should have been half of this amount  — with the effect of  NCGS § 105-277.1 (a) (a2)


Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Sixteenth Day of November in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Sixteen.

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UPDATE: As of November 17, 2016 — 50 of North Carolina’s 100 counties have had official ‘Protests’ filed

And for future reference, there is an ‘Official Form’ for use when filing ‘Election Protests’. My format below apparently is NOT acceptable. Where can you find this said form . . . That’s a good question. If anyone finds a link, please leave a comment & an URL.

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We all know that voter fraud is real. We all know that the liberal left can not win without it. We all know that our party leaders have to watch what they say, and how they act, and that they must play well with others.

Well, it is past time for the American citizens to stand up and say NO MORE. My pal Bart has found a Remedy I do believe. This is focused on North Carolina, but for you other folks, search your election statutes in your State. I’ll bet you have something similar.

Hang onto your hat cause here we go …..

The Plan — Get an Election PROTEST initiated in ALL Counties. It only takes ONE Person , ONE Registered LEGAL voter to file the protest. This protest is not asking to remove any legitimate voter from the voter rolls. It is not disenfranchising any voter. It is NOT refusing any voter his right to vote. It is NOT suppressing any vote. All this does is prevent any fraudulent votes from be counted.  The County Boards are required by law to  ‘Certify’  the election on the canvass day — which is only 10 days after the Election. These ‘Same Day Register & Vote’ (SDRV) have NOT been verified yet. Neither have the newly registered voters who registered for the 1st time right near the registration cutoff date.


Now, if we were allowed  to KEEP our ‘PHOTO ID’ law (S.L. 2013-381) in place and active, it would make the verification process a whole lot smoother. However, the local ACLU, the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, Democracy NC, & the NAACP fought long and hard to quell this process.

Official Election Protest for the November 8, 2016 General Election

Issued to the _____________ County Board of Elections, in the Great State of North Carolina.

That whereas, NCGS § 163-182.9 provides the means for citizens to redress any issue that could result in a biased, or flawed elections process, and;

That whereas we now have 17 days of ‘Same Day Register and Vote’ (SDRV) here in North Carolina, and;

That whereas this protest is related to the counting & canvassing of the SDRV ballots, and;

That whereas each County Board of Elections (CBoE) is required to verify each new voter via NCGS § 163-82.7 before allowing their vote to be counted in any election, and;

That whereas NCGS § 163-234 defines the counting process for ‘One-Stop’ voters, including SDRV applicants, and;

That whereas the CBoE is required via NCGS § 163-82.14 (a) (1) to perform list maintenance and past data proves that many of the SDRV applicants are removed from the voter rolls due to failure of the verification process;

*From December 27, 2008 to February 7, 2009, approximately 133,000 voters were removed statewide.

*From December 25, 2010 to February 5, 2011, approximately 118,000 voters were removed statewide.

*From December 29, 2012 to February 2, 2013, approximately 190,000 voters were removed statewide.

*From December 27, 2014 to February 7, 2015, approximately 310,000 voters were removed statewide.  

That whereas the removal of voters does not happen in years with non-federal elections. In fact from the same time periods of late December to early February, there was an Increase in voters;

*From December 26, 2009 to February 6, 2010, approximately 5,900 voters were added statewide.

*From December 31, 2011 to February 4, 2012, approximately 15,000 voters were added statewide.

*From December 28, 2013 to February 1, 2014, approximately 7,500 voters were added statewide.

*From December 26, 2015 to February 6, 2016, approximately 23,000 voters were added statewide.

[Data source: NC State Board of Elections Website]



Remedy Requested

Therefore, the remedy we seek is to remove all non-verified SDRV ballots before the canvass of the local CBoE. If the voter has NOT passed the verification process, in its entirety, then that vote should NOT be counted on the Official Election certification, and;

Therefore, the additional remedy we seek is for the CBoE to tentatively consider all SDRV applicants as not qualified to vote, as per NCGS § 163-82.7 (a), (1) & (2).

Protestor Name: _________________

Protester Address: ________________


Date Protest initiated: ______________

Protestor Signature: ___________________________


Example, from Durham County NC alone:

From December 2012 (after the last presidential election) through February 2013 (just a little over 1 month) Durham County’s Board of Elections was forced to remove 11,609 voters from their voter rolls. WHY you might ask? Because majority of these folks had registered near the last day of registration, or they had used ‘Same Day Register & Vote’ sites during early “One Stop” voting. The County BoE hadn’t had enough time to fully verify these new voters. BUT they accepted their ballots, counted their votes during canvass, and certified the election! BOOM — DONE DEAL! 11,609 votes by folks who are not authorized to vote, or they do not LIVE in Durham County. Pretty slick huh???

Links to the statutes.

Verification of qualifications and address of applicant


List Maintenance




Absentee ONE STOP Counting.




Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Sixth Day of November in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Sixteen. Please pray for our Republic. 

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Today, I’m going offer a simple solution to our healthcare cost problem.



Eliminate Federal Regulations altogether. Insurance regs; EPA regs; Building regs; Medical regs; FDA regs —  The Works! All of them.


If we look back — Just 60 years ago — People paid for their own healthcare. The cost of having a baby was a few hundred dollars. NOT 10’s of thousands;

“The costs of childbirth can be steep. The charge for an uncomplicated cesarean section was about $15,800 in 2008. An uncomplicated vaginal birth cost about $9,600, government data show.” ~ from WebMD


1960: Grand Total for baby delivery = $230.05


Federal regulations have driven the cost of medical care THROUGH THE ROOF over the last 40+ years. The facilities needs special wiring; The anesthesiologist needs unique licensing & ‘Continuing Education’ to maintain said license; The doctors must also have a license & MANDATORY malpractice insurance — Special certifications too if they are in some specialty field.  The Pharma companies have to spend millions of dollars, & jump thru all sorts of FDA hoops, just to get a drug to clinical trials — Not to mention to market. And regulations on them during the R&D phase — Inspections, Qualifications, Certifications, equipment calibrations, and whatnot.


Hospitals must have “Certified Radiation Techs” on staff & all employees that work anywhere NEAR a machine that uses x-rays, or radioactive reagents, MUST have Special Training, & Certification, & RE-CERTIFICATION every year or 2. This includes janitorial staff.


Special little containers must be purchased & marked as “BIOHAZARD” for a piece of bloody gauze, or a syringe. And then there is special handling of these containers once they are full.  $4 for a small sharps container that should be less than $0.75 each.





All these items add to the total cost of your healthcare.



And I won’t even begin to harp on the administration costs of ‘Regulations’. I’ll just let this ONE LITTLE Chart make my point.



“Over the 58-year period, government spending on economic regulatory programs has grown 11-fold, but that is a much slower rate than the growth in social regulatory programs, which are now 25 times what they were in 1960. Personnel in economic regulatory agencies is 2.5 times greater than in 1960, while staffing at social regulatory agencies is six times larger. By 2009, only 15% of the regulators’ budget focused on economic regulation.”


Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/susandudley/2016/05/17/regulatory-spending-from-eisenhower-to-obama/#23d373d5c7e4



Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Thirtieth Day of October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Sixteen. 

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