Sunday, February 27, 2011

Tonight - The first "Government Corruption Crisis Conference"

That's exciting! There were over 700 participants in the conference. William (Bill) Windsor hosted the conference; click on the headline above to get to his website. 

Bill says he's willing to work on a solution indefinitely... or as long as it takes, just as long as others are willing to work with him. At his website, Bill describes a case involving "breach of contract." Apparently that was what lead him to work on reform. We've got alot in common. Bill writes:   
When I became involved in all of this, I was very na├»ve.  I felt that the judicial system was fair and honest, so I was confident that the courts would vindicate us.  

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Healthcare professionals arrested... this makes me SICK!

One hundred and eleven defendants have been charged in the hugest healthcare fraud bust! It took place this morning, Attorney General Holder explains in the video... click on the headline.

And then there's Maine... where politicians who commit healthcare fraud are elevated, by their colleagues, to high-ranking positions in state government such Robert Nutting has been, to Speaker of the House! From "GOP lawmakers still back Nutting as speaker":
Nutting declared the pharmacy business bankrupt, leaving the state and feds with no way to collect $1.2 million in overpayments.
Lawmakers are obviously out-of-touch with their constituents; most of the readers who commented about Nutting in the following story aren't buying the former pharmacy-owner's story. "Nutting says $1.6 million Medicaid overbilling was honest mistake."

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Talkshoe - Learn the history which got us here!

Click on the title and you'll be taken to the link where you can listen to the Talkshoe calls in which the truth about the government's usurpation of our rights is exposed; the proof is in Congressional records! You can listen live via Internet on most Friday and Tuesday nights, or you can dial 1 724 444 7444 on your phone and enter PIN # 48361. 

See you there.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Protests in Egypt turn to celebration - Mubarak steps down

Wow, I can't believe it's been nearly two months since I last wrote. Soon I'll have more time to write; my temporary job in Fort Kent, helping the disabled and elderly understand their complicated Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans, is about to end.

What's happened in Egypt should give Americans some confidence that when people pull together in numbers and demand change, they can get it.

I recently learned about a project started by some friends in Maine. Go to the "Grassroots" Groups and Projects tab to read about the "Project to Stop Federal Tyranny." Apparently, CD's are available for distribution to legislators.