Discourse Log

Julia Clark shared a memory from January 9, 2015.
And the Sing-a-long continues. Song has a profound effect on the human psyche. This is why organic media of all sorts is important.


Julia Clark shared a memory from January 9, 2015.
Sustain Skype collection began in 2011 ‪#‎ItMatters‬ because a
a game with an acronym KKK not is acceptable or non-questionable. The NSA ” play a game called the “Kryptos Kristmas Kwiz,”

Julia Clark shared a memory from January 9, 2014.
2 years ago to day a compelling tale of heroics that we are all in this together.



Julia Clark shared a memory from January 9, 2013.
3 years ago today, scientific integrity was shut down.


Julia Clark shared a link.
Sharing links that mock a caricature of the Other Side isn’t signaling that we’re somehow more informed. It signals that we’d rather be smug assholes then consider alternative views. It signals that we’d much rather show our friends that we’re like them, than try to understand those who are not.






The Feds own 1/3 of the US land mass via the Corporate State. That is creating an unnatural market. Where people are having to work 2, 3, sometimes 4 jobs, just to afford rent. 75% of Oregon is owned by the Feds. Oregon cost of living is just under Hawaii. the housing Shortage is significant. that is IF you can find a house that is affordable


Julia Clark replied to Greg Lard‘s comment.
I noticed your choice of words, the Oregon Occupation is getting to you. The Feds own 1/3 of the US land mass via the Corporate State. That is creating an unnatural market. Where people are having to work 2, 3, sometimes 4 jobs, just to afford rent. Add that on top of the Bankster Shagging, which liquidated many peoples fiscal well-being. Then toss in the sociopath of predatory capitalism where vast swaths of Americans lost their whole pension from little more than white-washed theft, Enron, American Airlines..
Your justification comes off as uppity, crass, ill-informed, and frankly, has the scent of fish, Mr.Lard



Julian Assange: Can lawyers use mass surveillance data to prove the innocence of their clients?


Julia Clark commented on her own post.
I don’t have much hope that the folks will get in there start digging into the records and setting things straight, but it did bring to the lime light that 1/3 of the US land is held by Feds via the Corporate State . I had no clue. That’s a lot of land enough to twist rural land prices and make an artificial shortage, Bert


He actually RECORDED his supervisors ON TAPE admitting that they instruct officers to TARGET African Americans and Latinos! Help SPREAD THE WORD!


Water rights and and land rights do go hand in hand. According to the article, Walden perpetuates the over-hyped fears about dam removal. He drafts a ludicrous House bill that proposed the transfer of 200,000 acres of federal land to two counties in the Basin.Still holding the water and still talking more land. Getting back to Oregon where the forensic accounting of real property is occurring.
According to Big Think, the state of Oregon has 98.381 square miles owned by the Federal Government.
Paiute tribes possess unceded claims to what was once a 1.78-million-acre reservation called the Malheur Indian Reservation.
1.78 million acres is 2,781.26+ square miles
That still leaves 95,599.73+ square miles owned by the Federal Government. That is a lot of land that is not being used in a livable way.
1/3 of the US land is held by the federal agencies. That lack of land creates an unnatural market creating higher land prices. So high that people can’t live on their basic incomes, forced to work 2,3, sometimes 4 jobs just to afford rent..


Wow! That is powerful. That testament was a month ago today.


prehaps <<<< LOOK a typos wink emoticon you do not understand how activism works at a grassroots level. Nevertheless, The Occupation in Oregon is a peaceful protest. One of the main goals is to do a forensic accounting. Goodness, the accountants have set up camp at a bird sanctuary so they can go review public land records for misappropriation. … hmm… And you think that is terrifying Sandy Stevens? Tell me more about that fear of yours, SS.



Julia Clark replied to her own comment.
Marc Hoshovsky How do you feel about the theft of California’s water by Nestle? Because I am a little surprised I see no activism about such on your profile considering you have worked at State Of California Dept Of Water Resources




Discourse Log

According to a report released by a grand jury today, LA County’s current plans to accommodate the homeless throughout the El Niño season are “unconscionable and grossly inadequate.” Big surprise.

The grand jury urged agencies and city leaders to identify public and private buildings that could become temporary shelters and to relax any health, fire, and safety code ordinances that might prevent those spaces from serving as refuges. It also recommended that supplies and equipment be stockpiled in case of emergency, and that tents, tarps, and ponchos be provided to those who cannot find room at shelters.


Julia Clark commented on Occupy Portland‘s link.
Diapers and baby food are pretty useful. I know some other Occupiers that could use that too.


Native Student Sues After Being Forced to Graduate Without Eagle Feather on Her Cap



Jon Roberts As a discourse analysis your social engineering attempt by peppering your statement with lies, discredits your “regular folks” argument. Let’s hope you did or will do better on your theses.


Ryan Kargel Exactly! The Corporate coup d’etat of the US government must be addressed!


The multi-national conglomerate corporate coup d’etat is not off the radar. https://wikileaks.org/tpp-investment/


Julia Clark shared a link.
Oregon Rep. Greg Walden, whose congressional district includes the embattled Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, took to the U.S. House floor Tuesday afternoon to give a spirited defense of his rural constituents and a harsh critique of the federal go


Rick Arnett , The Ribald , here is your redneck blog for you.
Congressman Greg Walden addresses U.S. House on situation in Harney County, OR Oregon Rep. Greg Walden, whose congressional district includes the embattled Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, took to the U.S. House floor Tuesday afternoon to give a spirited defense of his rural constituents and a harsh critique of the federal gov.


Lori Kay I realize it maybe more complex than a network reality sitcom, however “doing something about our crooked judicial system” is what is occurring.


A lot of people have been asking “what would happen if armed BLACK people tried to do what the militia in Oregon is doing?”
We can’t answer that question, but we can tell you what happened to the ‪#‎MOVE‬ organization. Whether you agree with the ‪#‎OregonMilitia‬ or think they are terrorists, this is a story of POLICE TERRORISM that MUST BE TOLD! Help SPREAD THE WORD!


Julia Clark replied to her own comment.
Marilyn Warder If your doctors are not able to do research, you do not have doctors. Being a doctor actually requires being able to put together a research paper, which is your medical file. Your lack of ability to qualify your doctors speaks nothing on doctors over all and is little more than profiling. It is not impressive that you skew your research team by excluding doctors, it just shows to the extent that the American people have unfortunately adapted to generations of poor quality and unattainable healthcare.


Search WikiLeaks

Lori Kay Again, you are exampling jTRIG conditioning via watching too much television. This is not a realty sitcom. It is a complex geopolitical case and plight of significance, locally and globally. https://search.wikileaks.org/?q=+Bureau+of+Land+Management+

Search WikiLeaks

Rick Arnett You are incorrect. It is a complex geopolitical case and plight of significance, locally and globally. https://search.wikileaks.org/?q=+Bureau+of+Land+Management+


Well, Congressman Walden does point out that things happen when fighting wild fires. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjL9HGiOIGo


We need an educational film Remember, remember. ‪#‎MMM‬ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNOsIB5VMSQ


Julia Clark replied to her own comment.
Doug Scott The Corporate State using the Federal Government as its shield has usurpt 1/3 of the USA physical land. That is a lot of land. This has created an unnatural market. This map is stunningly effective at bringing home its message. And that message is: Federal land ownership out west is huge. This map, depicting the distribution and share of federal land per state, was first published way back in 2008. Look at Alaska. If I wanted to go fend for myself after losing my retirement when American Airlines stole it in a merger or after never fully recovering from when Enron’s retirement funds were STOLEN. There is no place to go. This land holding has created unnatural pricing. http://assets3.bigthink.com/system/tinymce_assets/944/original/federal_lands.jpg?1422311293


Julia Clark shared a link.
Unlike Cliven Bundy, the Klamath Basin farmers owned the water. Their water was “deeded”, just like a piece of land that you buy, so it’s actually private property, not a “right” to use the water. All other water holders in the nation only have a “right” to use it. Klamath “owned” their water through a government “deed”.
The farmers and ranchers remaining in the Klamath Basin (southern OR & northern CA) are making their last stand as they seek to work within or around a resolution that will give them very little water of the deeded water they own. The water has been stolen.


Julia Clark commented on Jared Huffman‘s link.
Jared Huffman If you still think this is a Republican Democrat thing, you are dreaming. Wake up!


Your discourse peppered with lies discredits you. Besides the fact that this is a peaceful protest. The Bundy’s are actually they are Mormon.


'What do YOU think?'
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Much of their research, which involves interviews, surveys, and field experiments with politicians, is made possible by a special exemption in federal law that allows academics to study public figures without burdensome ethics restraints that govern all other research conducted on humans.

But the federal government is looking to quietly remove that exemption.

Right now the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which writes the rules on what can and can’t be permitted in human subjects research, is in the process of rewriting its whole ethics code. It issued a set of proposed regulations in September, and January 6 marked the deadline to submit comments on those proposed changes.

Overall, social scientists are pleased with the direction these new rules are pushing: If finalized, surveys and low-risk experiments would no longer be held to the same standard as medical trials, which researchers find unduly burdensome.

But snuck into the 300-plus pages of proposed rules is one line suggesting the government intends to close the major loophole that makes studying public officials practically possible.


For months they let the children drink lead.


A draft letter presented by safety committee leaders at a public meeting asked Ammon Bundy to get out of town – though it thanked him for drawing national attention to the fight for local control of federal lands in the county.


Julia Clark likes Redding Coalition for the Homeless‘s post.




Occupational Fraud & Senator Dan Coats

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Senator Dan Coats (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By Julia Clark

5th of July 2013

On June 17th , 2013, Senator Coats submitted to the Congressional Record of 113th Congress statements defaming Snowden , but more importantly conspicuous lies about the NSA surveillance of Americans.

The government is not and cannot indiscriminately listen in on any Americans’ phone calls. It is not targeting the e-mails of innocent Americans. It is not indiscriminately collecting the content of their conversations. And it is not tracking the location of innocent Americans through cell towers or their cell phones.

All of these statements are false.

With intelligence fusion, something any good analysis can do, information gleaned from one source can be cross-referenced to other data gathered, such as the raw internet activity gathered by the NSA & other joint agencies.

The post  A New Theory goes into detail explaining how log data is processed and pushed into manageable and searchable data “instantaneously”  

Why would the good Senator Coats perjurer himself or give false witness?

Applying the well-known fraud triangle it is clear that opportunity is a key reason in why Senator Coats would commit occupational fraud by giving false witness.

The fraud triangle is a model for explaining the factors that cause someone to commit occupational fraud. It consists of three components, which lead to fraudulent behavior:

  • Motive (or pressure) – the need for committing fraud (need for money, etc.)
  • Rationalization – the mindset of the fraudster that justifies them to commit fraud
  • Opportunity – the situation that enables fraud to occur (often when internal controls are weak or nonexistent)

Senator Coats serves on four Senate committees:

  • Appropriations;
  • Select Intelligence;
  • Commerce, Science and Transportation;
  • The Joint Economic Committee (JEC)

These committees provides the opportunity to commit occupational fraud. Moreover,  Senator Coats is obligated to fulfill the fiduciary relationships and the contract uberrimae fidei (contract of ‘utmost good faith)  of his senatorial position.

Senator Coats has motive to commit occupational fraud of false witness to protect the

occupational fraud of skimming congressional funds to the intelligence communities where 70% of the budget is going to outside contractors.