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Covid Mandates, Lockdowns—But Halting Gay Orgies To Stop Monkeypox Is Going Too Far?

By The Geller Report

Gay privilege. Special rights for special classes.

Men who have sex with men are at the highest risk of infection right now from monkeypox, according to the WHO.

About 99% of cases are among men, and at least 95% of those patients are men who have sex with other men, according to WHO official Rosamund Lewis.

Just recently, people were forced into isolation to reduce covid exposure, but the gay orgies that spread monkeypox continue unabated.

By: Chad Felix Greene, THe Federalist, August 04, 2022

Like many people, far too many, I lost a loved one to Covid-19. My grandmother came to visit her family a few weeks before she became ill, she was there to show off her new husband, her fifth, having outlived her others. She was perky, sassy, and the happiest I had seen her. She greeted my husband and me with a wide smile and an enthusiastic hug. In her 80s, she had never let anything stop her, but she never anticipated the power of the government.

When she and her husband both tested positive, they were separated. She spent the next week alone, isolated from her family. Covid regulations kept her locked in a room, afraid and crying to see her family one last time. She passed before she was allowed to have the chance. Further Covid regulations prevented us from holding a funeral for her. I had begun making her a quilt, but I wasn’t able to finish in time. All I could think about was all those photos of elderly couples separated by walls of plastic, only wanting to embrace each other.

Yet, for two years, we were all told that these cultural and familial traditions were selfish and dangerous. As Paul Krugman smugly lectured in the New York Times in 2020, “What they call ‘freedom’ is actually absence of responsibility. Rational policy in a pandemic, however, is all about taking responsibility. The main reason you shouldn’t go to a bar and should wear a mask isn’t self-protection, although that’s part of it; the point is that congregating in noisy, crowded spaces or exhaling droplets into shared air puts others at risk. And that’s the kind of thing America’s right just hates, hates to hear.”

Joel Mathis of The Week, citing an anonymous woman replying to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s, D-N.Y., demanding that people stay home, “‘I’ll do what I want’ — that could end up killing people.” He continued, “her conception that ‘America’ means doing whatever you want, even if it risks harming your neighbors. She’s far from alone in believing the animating idea of this country is a sort of freedom from any responsibility to our fellow citizens.”

After so much emphasis on the importance of personal sacrifice for the greater good, you would think that a new, highly contagious disease would be treated with more seriousness by the left. Instead, when monkeypox crossed over onto America’s shores, the left decided the rules no longer applied to them. Similar to how 1,000 health professionals demanded Black Lives Matter protests were worth the risk during the height of Covid, LGBT folks decided anonymous sex and fetish parades were more important than public safety.

California state Sen. Scott Wiener, best known for lowering the criminal penalty for knowingly exposing others to HIV and advocating to keep adults as old as 24 from being placed on the sex offender list if they sexually exploit a minor as young as 14, declared, “Lots of sex shaming of gay men around monkeypox. The same shaming we saw in the 1980s re HIV. Lecturing people not to have sex isn’t a public health strategy. It didn’t stop HIV — it made it worse — & it won’t stop monkeypox. What will work is vaccination, testing & education.”

Encouraging his fellow citizens in San Francisco to ignore the consequences of public sexual exploits, he happily proclaimed, “Awesome @SFAIDSFound guidance on monkeypox & fun. We can continue to have fun while reducing risk. Closing bathhouses in 1980s didn’t reduce HIV. It was an epic blunder & pushed people into the shadows. Let’s not make that same knee-jerk mistake with MPX.”

Jack Turban, assistant professor of child psychiatry at UC San Francisco, insisted, “Monkeypox has serious physical symptoms, but we also need to focus on the mental health impact for the #queer community. Being gay is a healthy & normal aspect of human diversity. Sex is a healthy normal part of life. Have pride in your community while we combat the virus.” Unfortunately, far too many gay men seem intent on keeping their self-esteem intact through prioritizing “fun.”

As the Daily Caller reported, a popular OnlyFans user, with 98,000 followers on his adult Twitter, put into perspective how far this all can go. In the middle of a growing monkeypox outbreak in the gay male community, he decided to attend two orgies in one weekend — sexually engaging with at least 20 and upwards of 40 men — hook up with three additional strangers later that evening, and enjoy a four-way the following day before discovering he had been infected with the disease. If that sounds like an extreme example, keep in mind that the festival promoted by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation was described as “Up Your Alley (aka Dore Alley), where you’ll get your fill of hot hairy daddies, hungry pigs, BDSM babes and kinks of all kinds. Douchie’s got some hot tips for a fun and filthy weekend — free of anxiety.”

Without a hint of self-awareness, Sen. Wiener gasped on Aug. 1, “The monkeypox outbreak is an emergency & we need to use every tool we have to control it. I’m deeply grateful to @GavinNewsom for recognizing the peril we face & thus declaring a state of emergency. This will help expand vaccination, testing & other critical health strategies.” The New England Journal of Medicine determined that 98 percent of cases were gay and bisexual men. The World Health Organization urged gay and bisexual men to limit sexual partners to address the rapid spread.

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Biden and Manchin Building America Backward

By Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow

Say it ain’t so, Joes!

In 2010, when it looked like Senator Manchin could lose reelection to Republican John Raese, Manchin released a famous ad in which he literally shoots a hole in a climate cap and trade bill.

Watch: Dead Aim.

As a Senator from the energy producing state of West Virginia, he has been looked to as a protector of sound energy and a bulwark against wasteful global warming policy.

Not anymore.  Senator Manchin cut a quiet deal with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and the climate bad news is back.

Sadly, Joe Biden and Joe Manchin’s “Inflation Reduction Act” will do nothing to reduce inflation.

This massive spending bill will, however, stick us with “more inflation, more debt, more supply chain issues, more energy shortages, more blackouts” as CFACT’s Marc Morano explained on the Joe Piscopo show.

🔊 Marc Morano (@ClimateDepot) gave @JrzyJoePiscopo details on the Inflation Reduction Act and Kamala Harris’ comments on a climate crisis

Full Interview: https://t.co/OlIwiCNImz pic.twitter.com/ATvKCb4BAf

— The Joe Piscopo Show (@JoePiscopoShow) August 2, 2022

The bill spends over $351 billion on the Left’s climate agenda.  This will damage America’s energy economy, while having no meaningful impact on global temperature.  China and India’s increasing emissions alone make Biden’s climate ideology more than completely useless.

It will also weaponize the IRS by showering 45.6 billion dollars onto America’s favorite tax collector to be used to hire tens of thousands of auditors to shake down the middle class.  Or as the Wall Street Journal put it, the IRS is about to go beast mode.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine exposed decades of bad European energy policy.  The inability of wind and solar to replace energy from nuclear and fossil fuels made European nations dependent on Russian coal and natural gas.

Peter Caddle reports at Breitbart that the Prime Minister of Saxony, a German state, has declared his nation’s Energiewende, or energy transition, a failure.

“The energy transition with gas as the base load has failed,” he reportedly said, with the publication noting that — even before the current gas crisis — green energy struggled to supply sufficient power in the country last winter…“As long as the federal government has not developed a new concept for the energy transition, the nuclear power plants must continue to run.”

Europe exposed the folly of left-wing energy policy.

Biden didn’t learn.  Manchin caved.

AUTHOR

Craig Rucker

Craig Rucker is a co-founder of CFACT and currently serves as its president.

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Democratic Activists Are Dishing Out Millions To Keep CRT, Gender Theory In Schools

By Reagan Reese

An education nonprofit that labels itself as non-partisan is pouring millions of dollars into political groups ahead of school board elections, according to Politico.

The Campaign for Our Shared Future, which works for “equitable, anti-racist programs, practices and policies” in K-12 education, is targeting school board elections in red states including Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, and Michigan, with a plan to reach at least 15 states, according to Politico. Executive Director Dr. Heather Harding said the group has raised at least $9 million for voter education efforts and plans to raise more. (RELATED: ‘We Are Being Censored’: Co-Founder Of Conservative Moms Group Blasts Twitter)

The campaign branches for Campaign For Our Shared Future were registered by two groups run by Arabella Advisors, a group known for pushing “Democratic dark money nonprofit groups,” Politico reported. New Venture Fund, which centers its work in “race, equity, diversity and inclusion” and the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a group that works for “economic equity and racial justice,” are backing Campaign For Our Shared Future.

“After two years of being accused of a fake ‘astroturf’ movement, imagine the surprise of first-time activists and average parents from across the country to see that Arabella Advisors – a massive, dark money-funded network – has poured eight figures into jumping on the education bandwagon,” Parents Defending Education President Nicole Neily told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “It’s unsurprising that democratic donors are panicked about how their allies have mismanaged this issue – but no amount of money can make up for the fact that at the end of the day, they truly believe that they know better than we do how to raise our children… and that is a losing message, period.”

Harding’s work history includes the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Teach For America, which values a “shared commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness.”

Campaign For Our Shared Future currently works with Our Turn, a youth activism group that focuses on social justice issues like immigration reform, Politico reported.

The education group provides a “voting guide” for school board elections in several red states and provides information on what makes a “good school board candidate” including someone who is fairly involved in the school, according to the website. “Extremists are causing chaos” in school board meetings, the group says, providing an example of a Florida man who challenged the school’s equity statement and deemed it “indoctrination.”

The group also called parents who opposed mask mandates in a Virginia school “conspiracy theorists,” the website shows.

Next, the group plans to target Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin but has not revealed in what ways, and will work with Florida Student Power, a group of students focused on LGBTQ, racial, and women reproductive injustices, Politico reported.

“It’s clear to me that the battle continues to grow,” Harding told the outlet. “We think that presidential politics will continue to keep schools sort of in their crosshairs. We don’t find that productive to the actual work of learning, so we do hope that as more donors join us we can be broader, and go deeper so that public schools continue to be a backbone of democracy.”

Campaign For Our Shared Future did not immediately respond to the DCNF’s request for comment.

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This article was published by the Daily Caller News Foundation and is reproduced with permission.

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9/11 Mastermind Al Qaeda Top Dog Zawahiri Was Killed At Home of New York Times Contributor

By The Geller Report

Neither my patriotic colleagues nor myself would ever be given an opportunity to argue our positions or defend our fight for individualism and Americanism. But the New York Times is given over to traitors, terrorists, murderers and most of all American haters.

It does not require genius or special skills to know what side the bastards are on.

Zawahiri was killed at home of New York Times contributor

By Robert Spencer, August 3, 202:

“Haqqani, deputy leader of the Taliban, is on the FBI’s most wanted list for his alleged involvement in a January 2008 attack on a Kabul hotel that killed six people.”

Yet the Times still published him.

Would the Times ever publish the work of a foe of jihad violence? Come on, man!

“Al-Zawahiri killed at home of Taliban lackey New York Times gave platform to,” by Allie Griffin, New York Post, August 3, 2022:

Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed at the home of an FBI-wanted Taliban lackey who was once given a platform by the New York Times.

The jihadist, one of the planners of the Sept. 11 attacks, was taken out by a CIA drone strike Sunday morning at a Kabul home belonging to senior Taliban official Sirajuddin Haqqani, according to initial reporting by the Gray Lady herself.

The publication infamously published an op-ed penned by Haqqani — the leader of the insurgent Haqqani Network in Afghanistan linked to brutal and deadly attacks — to ask for a peace agreement between US and Afghan leaders in 2020.

The paper was slammed by critics and even its own reporters for giving the global terrorist a megaphone to thousands of readers to spew what many saw as thinly veiled propaganda. The Times defended its decision to publish the piece at the time….

Now the Times is being accused of “stealth-editing” their reporting on the killing of al-Zawahiri to remove details of the initial report specifically naming Haqqani….

Critics of the newspaper suggested the publication removed the initial paragraph linking Haqqani’s role in protecting al-Zawahiri due to the backlash it received for publishing the Taliban leader’s op-ed.

However, a Times spokesperson denied such a narrative in a statement to Fox News….

Haqqani, deputy leader of the Taliban, is on the FBI’s most wanted list for his alleged involvement in a January 2008 attack on a Kabul hotel that killed six people, including an American citizen. He is also believed to have coordinated and participated in cross-border attacks against the United States and coalition forces in Afghanistan, according to the agency.

The FBI is offering up to $10 million for information leading directly to his arrest.

AUTHOR

Pamela Geller

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The Democrat Economists in Charge of Deciding ‘If’ There’s a Recession

By Jihad Watch

Why the Biden administration wants the “experts” to determine if there’s a recession.


Facebook is now censoring posts and videos about the Biden recession by using partisan fact-checks from left-leaning outlets to wrongly condemn them as “misinformation”.

The fact checks rely on the same argument being propounded by the Biden administration and its media allies that only the National Bureau of Economic Research and, more specifically, its Business Cycle Dating Committee, can officially decide if there’s a recession.

And anyone who isn’t on the Committee talking about a recession is spreading “misinformation”.

That’s an obvious problem because 2 out of 3 American voters, including even 53% of Democrats, believe that there’s a recession. That’s a whole lot of people to censor.

Totalitarian Communist regimes in Russia and China have criminalized discussions about domestic economic problems, and the American Left is trying to deploy its propaganda machine of partisan media outlets, fact checkers and Big Tech monopolies to duplicate their efforts.

It’s bound to fail.

Declaring that only a small group of “experts” is allowed to call it a recession despite the fact that two consecutive quarters of a shrinking economy is the definition of a recession is a gatekeeping fallacy.

And the experts are hardly any more objective than the fact checkers citing them.

Peter Blair Henry, the current vice chair of the National Bureau of Economic Research, was the head of the Obama campaign’s economics advisory team and then served on his transition team. And Henry has promoted Biden’s disastrous inflationary “Build Back Better” plan.

Of the eight economists on the Business Cycle Dating Committee, the team that the White House and the media insist are the only ones who get to decide if it’s a recession, several held posts in the Obama administration, and others were clearly aligned with the Democrats.

Christina and David Romer, a husband and wife team, already an innate conflict of interest, were described as “staunch Obama supporters” in an IMF profile. Romer had provided “briefing memos” to Austan Goolsbee, Obama’s radical economic adviser, during the campaign, and she went on to chair Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers. In that role, she aggressively pushed for an even bigger “stimulus package” than the one that damaged the economy under Obama.

Robert J. Gordon compared Trump to Hitler and declared that he would miss Obama’s “eloquence”. He claims that America’s growth is over and proposes a program of a “progressive tax code”, eliminating deductions, legalizing drugs, and providing a lot more welfare.

Gordon had joined lefty economists in arguing that the era of permanent economic malaise was upon us. During the 2016 election, his “The Rise and Fall of American Growth” was frequently cited as expert evidence that serious GDP growth of the kind Trump was urging was impossible.

The economist, or someone by that name from his university, appears to be a donor to Democrat candidates, the DNC and at least one anti-Republican PAC.

Gordon was also a signatory to an open letter titled, “Economists Oppose Trump’s Re-Election”.

The pro-Biden and anti-Trump letter included the contention that Trump “claimed to have the unique ability to generate growth (in real GDP) of between 4% and 6%, but never surpassed 2.9% in his first three years in office. Furthermore, analysts at Goldman Sachs and Moody’s Analytics have projected that Joe Biden’s economic plans, if implemented, would actually generate faster growth in both employment and real GDP.”

Gordon, along with other lefty academics, was expressing a political preference for Biden over Trump while claiming that this position was backed up by their “expert” opinion.

Biden’s economic plans led to a massive disaster, but there’s no reason to think that Gordon or any of the other economists involved in this letter are ready to admit that they were wrong.

And that Biden has inflicted a recession on America.

Another of the members of the Business Cycle Dating Committee who also signed the anti-Trump and pro-Biden letter is Mark Watson of Princeton. Watson was also the co-author of an infamous argument claiming that the economy performs better under Democrat presidents.

His work was cited by Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers co-authored together with James Stock, a member of the council who serves as another member of the Business Cycle Dating Committee.

Obama had appointed Stock to his Council of Economic Advisers in 2013. Stock was both an Obama and a Hillary donor. He also contributed $2,800, close to the maximum, to Biden.

The political conflict of interest in determining that the economy is in recession is obvious.

Of the remaining Business Cycle Dating Committee members, Robert Hall appears to have donated to a Democrat candidate. James Poterba had vocally praised Obama’s economic council members, calling them  “realists and pragmatists who are looking for what will work to address the particular problems we are facing”.

What that means is that of the eight Business Cycle Dating Committee members, a quarter are former members of Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, half are public Obama supporters, one is a Biden donor, two have expressed public opposition to Trump and support for Biden.

This group of experts is anything but non-partisan and the lean is anything but conservative.

It’s fair to say that 6 of the 8 Business Cycle Dating Committee are either Democrats or aligned with Democrats. Another is ambiguous and only one has expressed no recent public political preference.

It’s obvious why the Biden administration is betting that a group stocked with its own political allies will be less likely to state the obvious about the state of the economy. Democrats, their media and their tech monopolies are using expert gatekeeping by their own allies to deny that there’s a recession even though the vast majority of Americans know that it’s already here.

It doesn’t take the Business Cycle Dating Committee to state the obvious. All it can do is stonewall what everyone can see around them. Beyond their political allegiances, many members of the Committee have a history of being fundamentally wrong about the economic measures of the Obama and Trump administrations. Many supported the Obama era inflationary spending that deepened our national debt and suppressed our economic potential.

There’s no reason to think they’ve learned to be any more correct or any less biased.

The new technocratic totalitarianism insists that the nature of reality is controlled by small groups of partisan handpicked experts and that ordinary people have no right to disagree, and that furthermore it is the job of the tech monopolies who control the marketplace of ideas to immediately stamp out such dissent as “disinformation” and a “threat to democracy”.

But reality isn’t controlled by experts and the efforts by the Biden administration to build a wall of experts around reality is as doomed to failure as similar measures in totalitarian states.

After first denying the reality of inflation, the Biden administration is trying to deny the recession.

The same experts who tried to deny the disastrous effects of Obama’s economy are trying to tell the same lies for Biden. But no amount of lies will turn a recession into a recovery.

AUTHOR

DANIEL GREENFIELD

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.

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VIDEO: Primary Elections Show the Power of Trump Endorsements

By Dr. Rich Swier

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FLORIDA: It Took Over 6-Years and 9 Months to Bring to Trial a Teacher Accused of Being a Sexual Predator. Why?

By Dr. Rich Swier

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SENT: 03/28/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 03/28/2022 ACKN: S 520 03/28/2022 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/25/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/28/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 03/28/2022 ACKN: 03/31/2022 S 519 03/28/2022 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/25/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/28/2022 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 518 03/28/2022 E-SUBPOENA: SKLAVOUNOS, STEVE ID: 030-07995 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/25/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/28/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 03/30/2022 ACKN: 04/06/2022 S 517 03/28/2022 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/25/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/28/2022 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 515 03/03/2022

DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE ISSUED IS30K228528

514 03/03/2022

DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE ISSUED IS30K228527

513 03/03/2022

DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE ISSUED IS30K228526

512 03/01/2022

ORDER: FOR ROR

511 03/01/2022

IFI AMT/ 20000 DISCHARGED 03/01/2022 POWER/IS30K228526

510 03/01/2022

IFI AMT/ 20000 DISCHARGED 03/01/2022 POWER/IS30K228527

509 03/01/2022

IFI AMT/ 20000 DISCHARGED 03/01/2022 POWER/IS30K228528

508 03/01/2022

ROR AMT/ 0 ISSUED 03/01/2022 POWER/

507 03/01/2022

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 04/25/2022 AT 09:30 TRIAL HEARING RESET

506 03/01/2022

MOTION FOR ROR OR CUSTODY RELEASE FILED 03/01/2022 ORAL SET FOR 03/01/2022 AT 10:05 GRANTED

505 03/01/2022

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 03/01/2022 ORAL SET FOR 03/01/2022 AT 10:05 GRANTED STIP

504 03/01/2022

REPORT RE: PLEA/SOUNDING SET FOR 04/14/2022 AT 09:30

501 02/16/2022

REPORT RE: BOND EXPIRATION SET FOR 03/01/2022 AT 09:30

500 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 02/15/2022 ACKN: 02/22/2022 S 499 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 02/14/2022 ACKN: S 498 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 02/15/2022 ACKN: S 497 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 02/15/2022 ACKN: 02/15/2022 S 496 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: 02/14/2022 S 495 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 02/14/2022 ACKN: S 494 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 02/14/2022 ACKN: 02/16/2022 S 493 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 492 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: SKLAVOUNOS, STEVE ID: 030-07995 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: 02/15/2022 ACKN: 02/19/2022 S 491 02/14/2022 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 03/14/2022 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 02/14/2022 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 489 10/26/2021

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 03/14/2022 AT 09:30

486 09/15/2021

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 09/15/2021 ORAL SET FOR 09/15/2021 AT 09:39 GRANTED STIP

485 09/15/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 10/26/2021 AT 09:30

483 09/01/2021

ORDER: DENYING STATE’S NOTICE OF INTENT TO RELY OF EVIDENCE

482 09/01/2021

MOTION FOR REHEARING FILED 08/13/2021 SET FOR 09/01/2021 AT 10:23 DENIED

481 08/31/2021

DEPOSITION OF: H.R. (VIDEOCONF.)

480 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: 08/30/2021 ACKN: S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 479 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: 08/30/2021 ACKN: S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 478 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: 08/30/2021 ACKN: S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 477 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: 09/15/2021 ACKN: 08/30/2021 S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 476 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: 08/30/2021 ACKN: 08/31/2021 S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: 09/15/2021 ACKN: 09/16/2021 S 475 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: 08/30/2021 ACKN: S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 474 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: 08/30/2021 ACKN: S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 473 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 472 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: SKLAVOUNOS, STEVE ID: 030-07995 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: 08/30/2021 S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 471 08/30/2021 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/27/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/30/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S

SENT: 09/15/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 468 08/20/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 09/01/2021 AT 10:00

467 08/17/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 08/20/2021 AT 10:30

466 08/16/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 08/17/2021 AT 10:30

465 08/13/2021

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

464 08/13/2021

MOTION TO/FOR: FOR REHEARING

463 08/12/2021

D C A ORDER DISMISSING APPEAL 3D21-1596

462 08/12/2021

DIRECTIONS TO CLERK

461 08/12/2021

DESIGNATION TO COURT REPORTER

459 08/06/2021

APPELLATE COURT CASE NUMBER 3D21-1596

458 08/06/2021

NOTICE OF APPEAL TRANSMITTED TO DCA

457 08/06/2021

RECORD ON APPEAL DUE DATE – 08/27/2021

460 08/04/2021 032672/02304

NOTICE OF APPEAL ORDER DENYING NOTICE OF INTENT TO RELY ON EVID. OTHER CRIMES / STATE

455 08/04/2021

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 08/05/2021 AT 09:30

454 08/02/2021

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 08/04/2021 AT 09:30

453 08/01/2021

RESPONSE TO/FROM: (DEFT’S) THE STATE’S MOTION FOR REHEARING

452 07/30/2021

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 08/02/2021 AT 09:30

451 07/29/2021

TRANSCRIPT OF COURT HEARING JUNE 25, 2021

450 07/28/2021

MOTION TO/FOR: FOR REHEARING

449 07/21/2021

ORDER: DENYING STATE’S NOTICE OF INTENT TO RELY OF EVIDENCE OF OTHE R CRIMES

447 07/21/2021

REPORT RE: PLEA/SOUNDING SET FOR 09/15/2021 AT 09:30

446 07/01/2021

DEFENSE WITNESS LIST

405 06/28/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 07/21/2021 AT 09:30

443 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 442 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 441 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 440 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 439 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 438 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 437 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 436 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 435 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: SKLAVOUNOS, STEVE ID: 030-07995 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 434 06/28/2021 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/26/2021 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/28/2021 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 444 06/25/2021

EVIDENCE RECEIVED IN VAULT WILLIAMS RULE REMOTE

433 06/25/2021

EXHIBIT LIST

431 06/23/2021

REPORT RE: HEARING SET FOR 06/25/2021 AT 10:30

430 06/23/2021

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 06/25/2021 AT 10:30

427 06/11/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 06/23/2021 AT 09:30

426 06/11/2021

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 06/23/2021 AT 09:30

425 06/09/2021

RESPONSE TO/FROM: STATE’S AMENDED NOTICE OF INTENT TO REPLY ON EVIDENCE OF..(D EFENDNT’S)

424 06/04/2021

REQUEST FOR COMPULSORY JUDICIAL NOTICE

423 06/04/2021

NOTICE OF INTENT TO RELY ON EVIDENCE OF OTH CRIMES,WRONGS,AC INVOLVING A SEXUAL OFFENSE (AMENDED)

420 05/25/2021

EVIDENCE RECEIVED IN VAULT WILLIAMS RULE REMOTE

419 05/25/2021

EXHIBIT LIST

418 05/25/2021

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 06/11/2021 AT 10:15

417 05/24/2021

MOTION TO/FOR: DEFT’S MTN TO STRIKE STATE’S AMENDED NOTICE OF INTENT TO REL Y ON EVIDE

416 05/24/2021

ELECTRONIC EXHIBIT LIST

415 05/24/2021

ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE

413 05/19/2021

NOTICE OF INTENT TO RELY ON EVIDENCE OF OTH CRIMES,WRONGS,AC OR ACTS OF CHILD MOLESTATION (AMENDED)

410 05/11/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 05/19/2021 AT 09:30

409 05/11/2021

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 05/25/2021 AT 11:30

408 04/13/2021

TRANSCRIPT OF COURT HEARING THE HONORABLE CRISTINA MIRANDA

404 04/12/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 05/11/2021 AT 09:30

400 03/05/2021

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 04/12/2021 AT 09:30

399 03/05/2021

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 04/12/2021 AT 09:30

401 01/27/2021

WRITE-IN HEARING RECORDED ON 01/27/2021 AT 09:00

395 10/23/2020

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 01/27/2021 AT 09:30

394 10/23/2020

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 01/27/2021 AT 09:30

392 10/16/2020

REPORT RE: PLEA SET FOR 10/23/2020 AT 09:30

390 10/02/2020

REPORT RE: PLEA SET FOR 10/16/2020 AT 09:30

387 09/25/2020

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 10/02/2020 AT 09:30

386 09/25/2020

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 10/02/2020 AT 09:30

375 09/16/2020

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 09/25/2020 AT 09:30

374 09/16/2020

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 09/25/2020 AT 09:30

371 12/17/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 03/18/2020 AT 09:30

370 12/17/2019

MOTION FOR SUBSTITUTION OF COUNSEL FILED 12/16/2019 SET FOR 12/17/2019 AT 10:26 GRANTED

369 12/17/2019

DEFENSE ATTY PRIV/BEATON, MARCOS

372 12/16/2019

SUBSTITUTION OF COUNSEL STIPULATION

367 12/04/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 12/17/2019 AT 09:30

365 11/27/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 12/04/2019 AT 09:30

363 11/19/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 11/27/2019 AT 09:30

361 11/05/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 11/19/2019 AT 09:30

359 10/11/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 11/05/2019 AT 09:30

357 10/02/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 10/11/2019 AT 09:30

354 09/16/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 10/02/2019 AT 09:31

352 08/14/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 08/30/2019 AT 09:30

350 07/16/2019

TRIAL UNIT ASSIGNED: SEXUAL BATTERY/CHILD ABUSE

349 07/16/2019

INTAKE PROS. ASSIGNED: FRIEDMAN, JESSIE

348 07/16/2019

TRIAL PROS. ASSIGNED: FRIEDMAN, JESSIE

347 07/16/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 08/14/2019 AT 09:30

345 06/17/2019

TRIAL PROS. ASSIGNED: MANCE, ALYSSA C

344 06/13/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 07/16/2019 AT 09:30

342 05/21/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 06/13/2019 AT 09:30

341 05/16/2019

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

339 05/08/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 05/21/2019 AT 09:30

337 03/27/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 05/08/2019 AT 09:30

335 03/20/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 03/27/2019 AT 09:30

332 02/20/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 03/20/2019 AT 09:30

333 02/19/2019

DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE ISSUED IS250K13417

331 02/14/2019

IFI AMT/ 75000 DISCHARGED 02/14/2019 POWER/IS250K13417

329 02/14/2019

BOND RECEIVED IS30K228528

328 02/14/2019

BOND RECEIVED IS30K228527

327 02/14/2019

BOND RECEIVED IS30K228526

326 02/14/2019

ORDER: ON MOTION FOR BOND

325 02/14/2019

IFI AMT/ 20000 ISSUED 02/14/2019 POWER/IS30K228528

324 02/14/2019

IFI AMT/ 20000 ISSUED 02/14/2019 POWER/IS30K228527

323 02/14/2019

IFI AMT/ 20000 ISSUED 02/14/2019 POWER/IS30K228526

322 02/13/2019

REPORT RE: BOND EXPIRATION SET FOR 02/14/2019 AT 09:30

321 02/08/2019

REPORT RE: BOND EXPIRATION SET FOR 02/13/2019 AT 09:30

318 01/28/2019

REPORT RE: BOND EXPIRATION SET FOR 02/08/2019 AT 09:30

317 01/16/2019

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 01/16/2019 ORAL SET FOR 01/16/2019 AT 00:00 GRANTED PROS

316 01/16/2019

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 02/20/2019 AT 09:30

311 01/08/2019

MOTION TO COMPEL FILED 01/07/2019 SET FOR 01/16/2019 AT 14:48 GRANTED

310 01/07/2019

MOTION TO/FOR: TO COMPEL – CONSOLIDATED

309 01/07/2019

MOTION TO/FOR: FOR SUBSTITUTION OF COUNSEL

308 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S 307 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/11/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/11/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: 01/11/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: 01/11/2019 S 306 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S 305 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S 304 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/14/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/14/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: 01/14/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: 01/14/2019 S 303 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S 302 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S 301 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/07/2019 S 300 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: SKLAVOUNOS, STEVE ID: 030-07995 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/13/2019 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 01/07/2019 ACKN: 01/13/2019 S 299 01/07/2019 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 01/07/2019 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 314 12/27/2018

CERTIFICATE OF NON-APPEARANCE A.A.

313 12/27/2018

CERTIFICATE OF NON-APPEARANCE C.V.

297 12/27/2018

DEPOSITION OF: ANDREA SPIVAK

296 12/27/2018

DEPOSITION OF: MICHAEL BELL

295 12/27/2018

DEPOSITION OF: A.B.

294 12/21/2018

TRIAL PROS. ASSIGNED: ALFARO, GABRIELA

293 11/29/2018

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 11/29/2018 ORAL SET FOR 11/29/2018 AT 09:30 GRANTED STIP

292 11/29/2018

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 02/04/2019 AT 09:30 TRIAL HEARING RESET

289 11/14/2018

NOTICE LEAD COUNSEL FIRM CHANGE

288 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/14/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/14/2018 S 287 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/13/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/13/2018 S 286 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/14/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/14/2018 S 285 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/14/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/14/2018 S 284 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/13/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/13/2018 S 283 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/15/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/15/2018 S 282 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/13/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/13/2018 S 281 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/19/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/19/2018 S 280 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: SKLAVOUNOS, STEVE ID: 030-07995 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/14/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: 11/12/2018 ACKN: 11/14/2018 S 279 11/12/2018 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 11/12/2018 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 277 11/06/2018

TRIAL PROS. ASSIGNED: BETANCOURT, KEVIN

276 10/01/2018

TRIAL PROS. ASSIGNED: ALFARO, GABRIELA

274 09/12/2018

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 12/10/2018 AT 09:30 TRIAL HEARING RESET

273 09/12/2018

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 09/12/2018 ORAL SET FOR 09/12/2018 AT 11:21 GRANTED STIP

272 09/12/2018

REPORT RE: FELONY SOUNDING SET FOR 11/29/2018 AT 09:30

269 09/07/2018 E-SUBPOENA: SKLAVOUNOS, STEVE ID: 030-07995 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/07/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/07/2018 ACKN: 09/08/2018 S 275 09/06/2018

AMENDED DISCOVERY EXHIBIT

268 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/03/2018 ACKN: 09/04/2018 S 267 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/03/2018 ACKN: 09/11/2018 S 266 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/03/2018 ACKN: 09/06/2018 S 265 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/03/2018 ACKN: 09/04/2018 S 264 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/03/2018 ACKN: 09/17/2018 S 263 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/03/2018 ACKN: 09/06/2018 S 262 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/03/2018 ACKN: 09/10/2018 S 261 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 09/03/2018 ACKN: 09/05/2018 S 260 09/03/2018 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/03/2018 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 256 08/16/2018

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 10/01/2018 AT 09:30 TRIAL HEARING RESET

255 08/16/2018

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 08/16/2018 ORAL SET FOR 08/16/2018 AT 10:49 GRANTED STIP

254 08/16/2018

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 09/12/2018 AT 09:30

251 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 07/30/2018 ACKN: 07/31/2018 S 250 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 07/30/2018 ACKN: 08/20/2018 S 249 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 07/30/2018 ACKN: 07/30/2018 S 248 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 07/30/2018 ACKN: 07/30/2018 S 247 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 07/30/2018 ACKN: 07/31/2018 S

SENT: RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: 08/06/2018 S 246 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 07/30/2018 ACKN: 08/02/2018 S 245 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 07/30/2018 ACKN: 07/30/2018 S 244 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 07/30/2018 ACKN: 08/02/2018 S 243 07/30/2018 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 08/27/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 07/30/2018 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: S 242 07/24/2018

CERTIFICATE OF NON-APPEARANCE ANDREA SPIVAK

241 07/24/2018

CERTIFICATE OF NON-APPEARANCE C.V.

240 07/24/2018

CERTIFICATE OF NON-APPEARANCE MICHAEL BELL

239 07/24/2018

CERTIFICATE OF NON-APPEARANCE A.A

238 07/24/2018

CERTIFICATE OF NON-APPEARANCE A.B

237 07/24/2018

DEPOSITION OF: MAMIE MIRANDA

236 07/24/2018

DEPOSITION OF: E.B

235 07/24/2018

DEPOSITION OF: C.M.

234 07/24/2018

DEPOSITION OF: S.S.

231 07/11/2018

REPORT RE: FELONY SOUNDING SET FOR 08/16/2018 AT 09:30

230 07/06/2018

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 07/11/2018 AT 09:30

229 07/06/2018

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 07/11/2018 AT 09:30

226 06/29/2018

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 07/06/2018 AT 09:30

225 06/29/2018

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 07/06/2018 AT 09:30

221 06/05/2018

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 06/29/2018 AT 09:30

220 06/05/2018

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 06/29/2018 AT 09:30

224 05/31/2018

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

216 04/18/2018

ORDER: RE: COST OF SUPERVISION

215 04/18/2018

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 04/18/2018 ORAL SET FOR 04/18/2018 AT 11:31 GRANTED STIP

214 04/18/2018

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 06/05/2018 AT 09:35

213 04/18/2018

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 06/05/2018 AT 09:30

217 04/17/2018

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

212 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 04/16/2018 S 211 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 04/24/2018 S 210 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 04/16/2018 S 209 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 04/16/2018 S 208 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 04/19/2018 S 207 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 04/23/2018 S 206 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 04/16/2018 S 205 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 04/17/2018 S 204 04/16/2018 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 04/16/2018 RECD/NOTFD: 04/16/2018 ACKN: 05/07/2018 S 202 03/21/2018

ORDER: MODIFYING HOUSE ARREST

201 03/21/2018

MOTION FOR MODIFICATION OF BAIL/BOND FILED 03/21/2018 ORAL SET FOR 03/21/2018 AT 10:36 GRANTED

200 03/21/2018

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 04/18/2018 AT 09:30

198 02/27/2018

TRIAL PROS. ASSIGNED: BETANCOURT, KEVIN

193 02/08/2018

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 05/14/2018 AT 09:30 TRIAL HEARING RESET

192 02/08/2018

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 02/08/2018 ORAL SET FOR 02/08/2018 AT 11:31 GRANTED STIP

191 02/08/2018

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 03/21/2018 AT 09:30

197 02/07/2018

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

196 02/07/2018

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

195 02/07/2018

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

194 02/06/2018

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

190 01/30/2018

RECIPROCAL DISCOVERY DEFENDANT’S EXHIBIT AND WITNESS LIST

187 01/25/2018

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 02/08/2018 AT 09:30

185 12/22/2017

NOTICE OF UNAVAILABILITY OF COUNSEL DESIREE STAEFFLER,ESQ

184 12/18/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION CANCELLATION

183 12/15/2017

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 01/25/2018 AT 09:30

182 12/08/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY EXHIBIT

179 12/07/2017

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 12/15/2017 AT 09:30

178 12/07/2017

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 12/15/2017 AT 09:30

177 12/05/2017

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 12/07/2017 AT 09:30

176 12/05/2017

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 12/07/2017 AT 09:30

175 11/30/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

172 11/21/2017

REPORT RE: TRIAL DATE SET FOR 12/05/2017 AT 11:00

171 11/21/2017

REPORT RE: MOTIONS SET FOR 12/05/2017 AT 11:00

170 11/13/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION X7

169 11/07/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY

147 11/02/2017

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 11/21/2017 AT 09:31

166 10/26/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY

165 10/26/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY

168 10/18/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

163 10/17/2017

DEPOSITION OF: OFFICER LUIS SANCHEZ

162 10/17/2017

DEPOSITION OF: DETECTIVE ALVIN MARIN

153 09/22/2017

NOTICE OF INTENT TO RELY ON EVIDENCE OF OTH CRIMES,WRONGS,AC

152 09/22/2017

ORDER: GRANTING STATE’S MOTION FOR PROTECTIVE ORDER

151 09/22/2017

MOTION TO/FOR: PROTECTIVE ORDER

149 09/22/2017

DEFENSE ATTY PRIV/FACCIDOMO, JUDE M

148 09/22/2017

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 09/22/2017 ORAL SET FOR 09/22/2017 AT 10:45 GRANTED STIP

156 09/21/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

155 09/21/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

154 09/21/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

146 09/21/2017

NOTICE ON THE CONTINUATION OF THE DEPOSTION OF ALLEGED VICTIM, H.R.

144 09/20/2017

NOTICE OF UNAVAILABILITY (AMENDED)

143 09/20/2017

NOTICE OF UNAVAILABILITY OF COUNSEL DESIREE STAEFFLER

140 09/20/2017

NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AS CO-COUNSEL FOR THE DEFENDANT

139 09/20/2017

DEFENSE ATTY PRIV/BEATON, MARCOS

138 09/19/2017

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 09/22/2017 AT 09:30

161 09/18/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

160 09/18/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

159 09/18/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

158 09/18/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

157 09/18/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

142 09/18/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY

136 09/18/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY

137 09/06/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

134 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/05/2017 S 133 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/06/2017 S 132 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/05/2017 S 131 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/05/2017 S 130 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/05/2017 S 129 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/05/2017 S 128 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/05/2017 S 127 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/05/2017 S 126 09/04/2017 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 09/04/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 09/04/2017 ACKN: 09/17/2017 S 125 09/01/2017

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 09/06/2017 AT 09:31

123 08/24/2017

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 10/02/2017 AT 09:30 TRIAL HEARING RESET

122 08/24/2017

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 08/24/2017 ORAL SET FOR 08/24/2017 AT 13:15 GRANTED CRT

121 08/24/2017

REPORT RE: STATUS SET FOR 09/19/2017 AT 09:30

120 08/23/2017

MOTION TO COMPEL BRADY MATERIAL

119 08/15/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION RE-NOTICE

117 08/09/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY EXHIBIT

116 08/09/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY EXHIBIT

115 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: 08/08/2017 S 114 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: S 113 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: 08/14/2017 S 112 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: 08/09/2017 S 111 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: 08/14/2017 S 110 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: 08/14/2017 S 109 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: 08/08/2017 S 108 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: 08/09/2017 S 107 08/08/2017 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/08/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 08/08/2017 ACKN: 08/08/2017 S 105 07/25/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION CANCELLATION

104 07/25/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

103 07/10/2017

ORDER: ON JOINT MOTION TO CONTINUE

102 07/10/2017

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 09/05/2017 AT 09:30 TRIAL HEARING RESET

101 07/10/2017

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 07/10/2017 ORAL SET FOR 07/10/2017 AT 10:40 GRANTED STIP

100 07/10/2017

REPORT RE: FELONY SOUNDING SET FOR 08/24/2017 AT 09:30

99 06/30/2017

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE

98 06/28/2017

NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION 3

96 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 06/12/2017 ACKN: 06/12/2017 S 95 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 06/12/2017 ACKN: S 94 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: ACKN: 06/12/2017 S 93 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, MARIZA ID: 063-00540 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 06/12/2017 ACKN: 06/12/2017 S 92 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 06/12/2017 ACKN: 06/12/2017 S 91 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 06/12/2017 ACKN: 06/12/2017 S 90 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 06/12/2017 ACKN: 06/12/2017 S 89 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 06/12/2017 ACKN: 06/13/2017 S 88 06/12/2017 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 07/10/2017 AT 09:30 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 06/12/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 06/12/2017 ACKN: 06/14/2017 S 87 06/02/2017

AMENDED DISCOVERY

86 06/02/2017

TRIAL PROS. ASSIGNED: STAEFFLER, DESIREE

85 04/17/2017

ORDER: ON UNOPPOSED MOTION TO CONTINUE

84 04/17/2017

TRIAL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 07/10/2017 AT 09:45 TRIAL HEARING RESET

83 04/17/2017

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED 04/17/2017 ORAL SET FOR 04/17/2017 AT 11:09 GRANTED STIP

82 04/10/2017

MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE

80 03/20/2017 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/17/2017 AT 09:45 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/20/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 03/20/2017 ACKN: 03/20/2017 S 79 03/20/2017 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/17/2017 AT 09:45 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/20/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 03/20/2017 ACKN: 04/12/2017 S 78 03/20/2017 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/17/2017 AT 09:45 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/20/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 03/20/2017 ACKN: 03/22/2017 S 77 03/20/2017 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/17/2017 AT 09:45 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/20/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 03/20/2017 ACKN: 03/20/2017 S 76 03/20/2017 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/17/2017 AT 09:45 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/20/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 03/20/2017 ACKN: 03/20/2017 S 75 03/20/2017 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/17/2017 AT 09:45 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/20/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 03/20/2017 ACKN: 03/20/2017 S 74 03/20/2017 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/17/2017 AT 09:45 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/20/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 03/20/2017 ACKN: 03/20/2017 S 73 03/20/2017 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 04/17/2017 AT 09:45 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 03/20/2017 RECD/NOTFD: 03/20/2017 ACKN: 03/29/2017 S 72 01/23/2017

ORDER: ON UNOPPOSED MOTION TO CONTINUE

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MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE UNOPPOSED MTN TO CONT

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AMENDED DISCOVERY EXHIBIT

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TRIAL PROS. ASSIGNED: LEVY, LOTEM

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SENT: 12/26/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 12/26/2016 ACKN: 12/26/2016 S 63 12/26/2016 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 01/23/2017 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 12/26/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 12/26/2016 ACKN: 01/04/2017 S 62 12/26/2016 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 01/23/2017 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 12/26/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 12/26/2016 ACKN: 01/10/2017 S 61 12/26/2016 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 01/23/2017 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 12/26/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 12/26/2016 ACKN: 12/29/2016 S 60 12/26/2016 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 01/23/2017 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 12/26/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 12/26/2016 ACKN: 12/26/2016 S 59 12/26/2016 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 01/23/2017 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 12/26/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 12/26/2016 ACKN: 01/03/2017 S 58 12/26/2016 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 01/23/2017 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 12/26/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 12/26/2016 ACKN: 12/29/2016 S 57 12/26/2016 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 01/23/2017 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 12/26/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 12/26/2016 ACKN: 01/09/2017 S 54 12/01/2016

DEFENSE ATTY PRIV/KASSEBAUM, KRISTI FLYNN

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DEMAND FOR DISCOVERY AMENDED

55 11/30/2016

NOTICE OF APPEARANCE MARCOS BEATON, JR

53 09/08/2016

ORDER: REDUCING COST OF HOUSE ARREST

50 09/08/2016

MOTION FOR MODIFICATION OF BAIL/BOND FILED 09/08/2016 ORAL SET FOR 09/08/2016 AT 09:38 GRANTED

52 09/02/2016

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NOTICE OF TAKING DEPOSITION

40 08/09/2016 E-SUBPOENA: SANCHEZ, LUIS ID: 063-00618 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/06/2016 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/09/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 08/09/2016 ACKN: 08/09/2016 S 39 08/09/2016 E-SUBPOENA: CHARLEY, BERNISE ID: 063-00578 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/06/2016 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/09/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 08/09/2016 ACKN: 08/09/2016 S 38 08/09/2016 E-SUBPOENA: WEBB, STEVEN ID: 063-00553 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/06/2016 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/09/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 08/09/2016 ACKN: 08/25/2016 S 37 08/09/2016 E-SUBPOENA: BADGER, NANNETTE ID: 063-00486 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/06/2016 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/09/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 08/09/2016 ACKN: 08/12/2016 S 36 08/09/2016 E-SUBPOENA: DUNN, DARRYL ID: 063-00403 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/06/2016 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/09/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 08/09/2016 ACKN: 08/11/2016 S 35 08/09/2016 E-SUBPOENA: MARIN, ALVIN ID: 063-00371 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/06/2016 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/09/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 08/09/2016 ACKN: 08/10/2016 S 34 08/09/2016 E-SUBPOENA: ROSH, BRADLEY ID: 063-00348 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/06/2016 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/09/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 08/09/2016 ACKN: 08/09/2016 S 33 08/09/2016 E-SUBPOENA: TANGREDI, EDWARD ID: 030-02444 FOR: TRIAL ON 09/06/2016 AT 09:00 ISSUED BY: CJIS

SENT: 08/09/2016 RECD/NOTFD: 08/09/2016 ACKN: 08/25/2016 S 32 06/23/2016

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30 05/13/2016

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29 05/12/2016

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MOTION FOR MODIFICATION OF BAIL/BOND FILED 05/06/2015 SET FOR 05/12/2016 AT 10:29 GRANTED

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VIDEOS: Florida Governor DeSantis says Gender Affirming Care ‘Wrong’ and Floridians should Sue Doctors who Castrate Young Boys

By Dr. Rich Swier

We are seeing at least one governor who is fighting back against the “queering” of America’s children. His name is Ron DeSantis, the governor of the Sunshine State.

He has:

  1. Signed legislation to keep sex out of K-3 public school classrooms.
  2. Taken on Disney on their attempts to groom children for sex.
  3. Taken on teachers unions who want to queer pubic school classroom with gender ideology.
  4. Refused to cow tow to Biden on his policies and mandates.
  5. Defended parents and protected Florida’s children.
  6. Removed mathematics books that teach CRT and push social agendas rather than teach mathematics. See teaching Queer Mathematics.

Now Governor DeSantis is taking a stand against gender affirming care and the castration of young boys.

Watch:

DeSantis: Gender Affirming Care for Young Children Is ‘Wrong’

DeSantis: SUE Doctors who Castrate Young Boys

We fully agree that this national effort to queer our underaged children is both wrong and is child abuse. Those who do it from the public school house to the White House must be held accountable.

©Dr. Rich Swier. All rights reserved.

RELATED ARTICLE: Education Consulting Firm Seeks to Promote ‘Queer Mathematics’ in K-12 Schools

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LOL: WH Press Sec Jean-Pierre Calls Roe v. Wade Reversal ‘Unconstitutional’

By Discover The Networks

White House press propagandist Karine Jean-Pierre rightly took heat Wednesday on social media after she claimed that the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade was an “unconstitutional action.”

“From day one, when the Supreme Court made this extreme decision to take away a constitutional right, it was an unconstitutional action by them,” she said.

She then described abortion as “a right that was around for almost 50 years,” as well as “a right that women had to make a decision on their bodies and how they want to start their families.”

Sen. Josh Hawley’s (R-MO) press secretary Abigail Marone commented on the White House press secretary’s incompetence, tweeting, “It honestly feels cruel to put her on the podium and make her answer questions each day.”

Telegraph contributor Nile Gardiner described Jean-Pierre’s statement as “Truly Orwellian disinformation from the Biden White House.”

The Heritage Foundation’s John Cooper seemed perplexed, tweeting, “Karine Jean-Pierre just said the Supreme Court’s Dobbs ruling was ‘unconstitutional,’ which is certainly a…unique take.”

Conservative commentator Ian Miles Cheong pulled no punches, writing, “That KJP is a moron isn’t a secret. It’s on full display.”


Karine Jean-Pierre

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Accusing Republicans of Lying about Critical Race Theory

After Republican Glenn Youngkin defeated Democrat Terry McAuliffe in a stunning upset in the Virginia gubernatorial election of November 2021 – an outcome that was at least partially attributable to Republicans hammering away at Democrats for supporting the teaching of the tenets of Critical Race Theory (CRT) to schoolchildren — Jean-Pierre attacked Republicans. At a press briefing on November 4, she said: “Republicans are lying. They’re not being honest. They’re not being truthful about where we [Democrats] stand [regarding CRT]. And they’re … cynically trying to use our kids as a political football. They’re talking about our kids … when it’s election season, but they won’t vote for them when it matters.”

To learn more about Karine Jean-Pierre, click here.

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Education Consulting Firm Seeks to Promote ‘Queer Mathematics’ in K-12 Schools

By The Geller Report

Get your children out of government schools.

An education consulting firm seeks to promote “Queer Mathematics” in K-12 education.

By: Breitbart News, August 2022:

A leftist organization called “The Queer Mathematics Teacher” is seeking to embed gender theory in K-12 math classes.

Brandie Waid, the director of The Queer Mathematics Teacher, laid out a plan for incorporating gender theory into math classes in a blog post on the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) website. CASEL is sponsored by the Allstate Foundation.

The Queer Mathematics Teacher is an educational consulting firm that seeks to promote “queer mathematics” in American K-12 classrooms. The firm sells a book titled “Talking about LGBTQ+ Identity,” which includes chapters titled “The Gender Unicorn,” “How Do I Talk About LGBTQ+ Identity With My Students,” and “What if I Receive Pushback?”

The firm also offers coaching services to teachers, which include curriculum design, district-wide audits, and professional development workshops. The site claims, “The ability to consider sexuality irrelevant in the mathematics context is a heteronormatively privileged position” and notes that some areas of expertise include “queer pedagogy,” “teaching mathematics for social justice,” “Fostering Students’ Growth Mindset (While Advocating for Systemic Change),” and “humanizing Mathematics Education for LGBTQ+ Students.”

Waid confesses in her article that math used to be a source of anxiety for her, which she links with her sexuality. She writes, “I associated mathematics with profound anxiety, intricately tied to my fears of confronting my queer identity.”

Waid also argues, “Something about mathematics is failing to instill a sense of belonging that draws 2SLGBTQIA+ students to and keeps them in the field,” adding, “How can we cultivate mathematical spaces where 2SLGBTQIA+ students feel affirmed in their queer identity and thrive personally and mathematically?”

Waid, who refers to herself as a “queer Latinx independent math coach and activist scholar,” also criticizes legislatures that have responded to parents’ calls to combat the presence of progressive ideology, writing, “With recent legislative attacks on CRT, social and emotional learning, and 2SLGBTQIA+ youth, centering thriving and humanness in our everyday practice is urgent.”

The left-wing activist even goes so far as to suggest that activist educators should teach critical race theory and gender theory, even if it means breaking the law. Waid writes, “I implore my colleagues to ask: How can we work within (or outside) the confines of these laws to center Transformative SEL and student thriving in our teaching?”

Waid also provides educator-activists with a number of activities that can be used to implement gender theory in math classes. One such activity focuses on the thoroughly debunked wage-gap myth and is called “An Intersectional Look at the Gender Pay Gap.”

The lesson, which is intended for math classes, asks students questions like “What genders are represented?,” “What other genders are there?,” and even “What would considering other gender identities add to our understanding?” The notes for teachers portion of the activity reminds educator-activists that “students may need additional support in LGBTQ+ terminology.”

One lesson, called “Progress Pride Flag,” is intended for elementary school children. It showcases a pride flag featuring a triangle with black, brown, and other colors that represent the transgender movement and suggests that educator-activists ask students questions like “What does this symbol represent?”

Another lesson plan, intended for middle school students and titled “Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation by Generation,” asks children to speculate as to why there has been an increase in LGBT self-identification among younger generations.

EDITORS NOTE: This Geller Report is republished with permission. All rights reserved.

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Soros, Biden Spearhead Efforts Against Election Integrity Ahead of Midterms

By The Geller Report

George Soros should be banned from the U.S.. We must pass a “Stop Soros” bill like Hungary did. Soros presents a grave dangerous to the democratic process.

A proposed constitutional amendment in Michigan by a Soros-funded group would prevent both strict voter ID requirement and a ban on private donations to election officials from being enacted.

By Natalia Mittelstadt, Just The News, August 2, 2022:

While federal agencies under the Biden administration are seeking to increase voter registration and turnout, a group linked to left-wing megadonor George Soros is pushing for a constitutional amendment in the battleground state of Michigan that would allow Zuckerbucks to be used in election administration.

Biden issued an executive order to all federal agencies in March 2021, instructing them to send him “a strategic plan outlining the ways identified under this review that the agency can promote voter registration and voter participation.”

The order gave agency heads 200 days to determine how their public services could be used as voter registration agencies, and directed them to notify the states in which their agencies provide such services that they “would agree to designation as a voter registration agency.”

Earlier this year, departments such as Housing and Urban Development, Health and Human Services, and Labor turned their assisted housing centers, public health centers, and American Job Centers, respectively, into voter registration agencies.

Federal agencies participating in voter turnout efforts “is wrong” because they will target who they want to turn out to vote, “and government can’t be engaged in that process” because it’s “partisan politics,” Phill Kline, director of The Amistad Project, told Just the News.

Meanwhile, with midterm elections approaching in November, a left-leaning organization called Promote the Vote submitted nearly 670,000 voter signatures — more than the roughly 425,000 required — for a new Michigan constitutional amendment to be placed on the ballot in the November election.

The amendment would “require state-funded postage for absentee applications and ballots”; “require state-funded absentee-ballot drop boxes”; allow voters to be sent an absentee ballot for every election by requesting it on an absentee ballot application; and “require 9 days of early in-person voting.”

It would also prevent enactment of both strict voter ID requirements and a ban on private donations to election officials, following approval of such safeguards by the Michigan Legislature before the legislation was vetoed by the governor.

Michigan currently doesn’t allow early voting, but requires election officials to accept, in at least one location, absentee ballots during business hours and for at least eight hours on the Saturday and/or Sunday prior to an election, the Detroit Free Press reported.

The signatures submitted by Promote the Vote must be reviewed by the Board of State Canvassers to determine the petition’s validity before certifying the petition and placing the amendment on the ballot, with the deadline to do so being two months prior to the November election.

Soros gave nearly $10 million in 2019 to the Sixteen Thirty Fund, which gave $250,000 to Promote the Vote in 2018.

The left has “become very supportive and open to billionaires” influencing U.S. elections, Kline said Tuesday. He argued this is dangerous to the democratic process, as candidates receiving funding from Soros would be beholden to him, and that “unless action is taken, we’ll reach a crisis where Americans no longer have faith in elections.”

The left, he added, is “trying to enshrine in law all the problems in the 2020 election” because its focus is not on “running the government objectively, but obtaining power.”

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The Inflation ‘Reduction’ Act – Really?? Are You Kidding?? Calling Senator Sinema

By John R. Ammon

The $739 billion Inflation ‘Reduction’ Act of 2022 – really?? Are you kidding?? Joe Manchin, Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden are attempting to rapidly hoist this Senate bill on America before the coming recess to reduce inflation!

Does any sane American (sane = common sense, attached to reality) actually believe this totally partisan and desperate legislation arriving months before the November 8th reckoning will reduce the Biden inflation caused by uncontrolled federal spending and the attack on energy in America?

After appearing as a rare, sane and pro-American Democrat, Manchin now claims his elevation to the world’s oldest profession from the political profession, a close second.

This legislation, to be passed by reconciliation (50 votes plus the Vice-President), will be economically devastating to Americans and make the economic crisis in America much worse as recession deepens and severe inflation goes higher.

The bill includes a higher tax burden on all classes of taxpayers and small businesses (where American jobs are created), hundreds of billions for the Green New Deal, over $250 billion taken from Medicare and a host of other hostile provisions hurting the working folks and producers in the nation. The enviro-left-Democrat base is cheering the Democrat Senators on to ‘save the planet’.

Who is left among the Senate Democrats to stop this assault on economic and energy policy, in effect a crushing of the middle and lower classes? There is one person – the one who previously stood with Joe Manchin against eliminating the Senate filibuster, against packing the Supreme Court, against spending 5 trillion dollars on Build Back Better, etc., etc.

It is Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona. Contact her now and be loud and clear – her political future is at stake and she may be the only Senator who can actually stop this craziness and threat to America’s future.

She is on the ballot in 2024 and has billed herself as an independent, maverick styled politician. Remind her that Arizonans reject this damaging, partisan election year legislative stunt and will reject her if her name is on it.

Let Senator Sinema know that her name is now the only important name – she is the one Senator who can kill this bill at a time of recession and galloping inflation. The state she represents is polling decidedly against the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 and a vote for it by her will not be forgotten or forgiven.

See the TAKE ACTION link below to contact Senator Sinema and inform her of the consequences of caving to Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden.

Although Senator Mark Kelly is a predictable and loyal shill for Chuck Schumer and does what he is told, he is on the ballot this November and is very vulnerable. Delivering the same message to Kelly is appropriate and might be helpful even if his vote is quite predictable.

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The $739 billion Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 being pushed through the U.S. Senate to be passed by reconciliation (50 votes plus the Vice President) before the upcoming August recess is a threat to America’s economy and the well-being of all Americans. The article above makes clear that Senator Kyrsten Sinema is the one Democrat vote that America is looking at. She alone can stop this legislation. Please contact her at her office locations in Washington, D.C. and in Arizona by phone and letter. Click the red TAKE ACTION link below for Senator Sinema’s contact information.

Although Senator Mark Kelly is a do-as -Chuck Schumer- tells-you-to-do partisan shill, contacting him may be helpful given his significant vulnerability in the November general election. His contact information is also found at the TAKE ACTION link below. We suggest that copying him on your letter to Senator Sinema may possibly have some impact on his voting behavior. Calling his office is also important – the staffs do score the relative positions of constituents and this too may influence the voting behavior.

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The Biden Administration Says US Not in a Recession, but Federal Statutes Say Otherwise. Who is Right?

By Jon Miltimore

Is the US economy in recession? The answer is, paradoxically, both easier and more complicated than you might think.

As expected the United States posted negative growth for the second consecutive quarter, according to government data released on Thursday.

“Real gross domestic product (GDP) decreased at an annual rate of 0.9 percent in the second quarter of 2022, following a decrease of 1.6 percent in the first quarter,” the US Bureau of Economic Analysis announced.

The news prompted many outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, to use the R word—recession, which historically has been commonly defined as “economic decline during which trade and industrial activity are reduced, generally identified by a fall in GDP in two successive quarters.”

The White House does not agree, however, and following the release of the data, President Biden said the US economy is “on the right path.” 

The comments come as little surprise. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen had recently hinted that the White House would contend the economy wasn’t actually in a recession even if Q2 data indicated the economy had contracted for a second consecutive quarter.

“There is an organization called the National Bureau of Economic Research that looks at a broad range of data in deciding whether or not there is a recession,” Yellen said. “And most of the data that they look at right now continues to be strong. I would be amazed if they would declare this period to be a recession, even if it happens to have two-quarters of negative growth.”

“We have a very strong labor market,” she continued. “When you are creating almost 400,000 jobs a month, that is not a recession.”

Yellen is not wrong that NBER, a private nonprofit economic research organization, looks at a much broader swath of data to determine if the economy is in a recession, or that many view NBER’s Business Cycle Dating Committee as the “official recession scorekeeper.”

So White House officials have a point when they say “two negative quarters of GDP growth is not the technical definition of recession,” even though it is a commonly used definition.

On the other hand, it’s worth noting that federal statutes, the Congressional Budget Office, and other governing bodies use the two consecutive quarters of negative growth as an official indication of economic recession.

Phil Magness, an author, and economic historian points out that several “trigger” provisions exist in US laws (and Canadian law) that are designed to go into effect when the economy posts negative growth in consecutive quarters.

“For reference, here is the definition used in the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Act of 1985,” Magness wrote on Twitter, referencing a clause in the Act. “This particular clause has been subsequently retained and replicated in several trigger clauses for recessionary measures in US federal statutes.”

It’s worth noting that Magness doesn’t contend the two consecutive quarters definition is the best method of determining whether an economy is in a recession, but simply points out that claims that it’s an “informal” definition of recession are untrue.

“It may not be a perfect metric, but it has a very long history of being used to determine policy during recessions,” Magness writes.

Some readers may find it strange that so much heat, ink, and energy is being spent on something as intangible as a word, which is a mere abstraction that has no value. And some policy experts agree.

“Whether [we’re] in a technical recession is less interesting to me than the following 3 questions,” Brian Riedl, an economist at the Manhattan Institute, recently said. “1) Are jobs plentiful? (Yes – good) 2) Are real wages rising? (Falling fast – bad) 3) Is inflation hitting fixed-income fams? (Yes – bad.)”

Others contend that definitions matter, and that by ignoring the legal definition of recession, the Biden White House can continue to argue that the US economy is “historically strong” even as economic growth is negative, inflation is surging, and real wages are crashing.

As Charles Lane recently pointed out in the Washington Post, words have power. He shares a colorful anecdote involving Alfred E. “Fred” Kahn, an economist who served in the Carter Administration who was instructed to never use the words “recession” or “depression” again.

In 1978, Kahn — a Cornell University economist in charge of President Jimmy Carter’s inflation-fighting efforts — said that failure to get soaring prices under control could lead to a “deep, deep depression.” Carter’s aides, perturbed at the possible political fallout, instructed him never to say that word, or “recession,” again.

We don’t know whether this instruction stirred the wrath of Kahn, a verbal stickler notoriously disdainful of cant and euphemism; in a previous government job, he had sent around a memo telling staff not to use words like “herein.”

It did trigger his wit, though: In his next meeting with reporters, Kahn puckishly said the nation was in “danger of having the worst banana in 45 years.”

Lane’s anecdote about Kahn is instructive because it reveals something important about these debates. While they may have a certain amount of importance as far as political spin goes, they are meaningless as far as economic reality is concerned. Substituting the word “banana” for recession did not change economic conditions or the economic outlook one bit, which no doubt was precisely Lane’s point.

My colleague Peter Jacobsen made this point effectively earlier this week.

“[You] don’t need a thermometer to feel if it’s hot outside,” he wrote. “Economic issues, especially inflation, top the list of concerns for voters going into the 2022 midterms, and it isn’t particularly close. So officially defined recession or not, it doesn’t really matter.”

Moreover, Jacobsen explains, macroeconomic data like GDP have historically been the tool of politicians and bureaucrats, who use them to justify economic interventions.

“When GDP numbers fall below a certain level, politicians can use that data to try to push income back up. Or perhaps when the economy is ‘running too hot’ politicians can use fiscal and monetary policy to slow down the economy.

All of these metaphors about economies running hot or stalling are based on a central planning view of the economy. In this view, the economy is like a machine which we can adjust to bring about the proper results. Without macroeconomic statistics, central planners have fewer means by which to justify particular interventions. We can’t claim we need stimulus if we can’t point to some data indicating it’s necessary.”

The takeaway here is an important one. We don’t need “bureaucratic weathermen” telling us when the economy is good or bad any more than we need them “managing” the economy with the money supply, which is precisely how we got here in the first place.

So while the debates over the R word are likely to continue, it’s important to remember it doesn’t really matter if you call this economy a recession or a banana. The fundamentals speak for themselves.

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This article was published by FEE, Foundation for Economic Education and is reproduced with permission.

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The $739 billion Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 being pushed through the U.S. Senate to be passed by reconciliation (50 votes plus the Vice President) before the upcoming August recess is a threat to America’s economy and the well-being of all Americans. The article above makes clear that Senator Kyrsten Sinema is the one Democrat vote that America is looking at. She alone can stop this legislation. Please contact her at her office locations in Washington, D.C. and in Arizona by phone and letter. Click the red TAKE ACTION link below for Senator Sinema’s contact information.

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Biden Administration Begins Closing Arizona Border Wall Gaps After Pledging To Not Build ‘another foot’

By Bethany Blankley

The Department of Homeland Security has begun to close gaps in a border wall in Arizona after President Joe Biden pledged in January 2021 to not build “another foot.”

DHS says it plans to complete the Yuma Morelos Dam Project and close four wide gaps in the border wall near Yuma, Arizona, to “address operational impacts, as well as the immediate life and safety risks.”

The gaps are located in the former Yuma 6 project area, in the Yuma Border Patrol Sector. The project was previously funded by the Department of Defense’s (DOD) military construction appropriations and is now being funded through DHS’s FY21 appropriations.

“Due to the proximity to the Morelos Dam and the swift moving Colorado River, this area presents safety and life hazard risks for migrants attempting to cross into the United States where there is a risk of drownings and injuries from falls,” DHS said. “This area also poses a life and safety risk to first responders and agents responding to incidents in this area.”

Prior to construction, DHS will engage in standard environmental planning and “move as expeditiously as possible, while still maintaining environmental stewardship” once construction begins, it said.

The project was operational under the Trump administration but halted shortly after Biden came into office. On his first day in office, Biden issued 17 executive orders, including one pausing all border wall construction within a week. The order left billions of dollars worth of work unfinished. Because the government was still under contract, not completing construction initially cost taxpayers $6 million a day. After construction crews were let go, the cost dropped to $3 million a day.

The president also returned $2.2 billion in border wall funds to the Department of Defense, which was reallocated to fund 66 projects in 16 countries, three U.S. territories, and 11 states. According to a DOD memo, the majority of the funds, $1.26 billion, was allocated to secure the borders of other countries like Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, and others.

The Yuma Sector encompasses the southwest corner of Arizona, including 181,670 square miles of primarily desert terrain, and 126 miles along the U.S.-Mexico border from the Imperial Sand Dunes in California to the Yuma-Pima County line.

It’s traditionally been the third-busiest sector behind two sectors in Texas. In June, more than 23,700 people were apprehended entering the U.S. illegally. Another 2,000 were recorded as gotaways – those who intentionally evade law enforcement after entering illegally without making immigration claims. From January to June 2022, 160,482 people were apprehended in the sector, nearly four times more than the number apprehended in January-June 2021, according to CBP data.

The majority of the illegal foot traffic in the sector comes through the Morelos Dam. Since Biden’s been in office, hundreds of thousands of people from over 150 countries have flown to Mexicali, Mexico, then taken a bus or taxi ride to Algodones, Mexico. They then walk across a concrete ledge on the dam to illegally enter the U.S.

Under new Biden administration policies, once they surrender to Border Patrol agents and are processed, many are released into Arizona instead of being deported or returned to Mexico to begin their immigration claim process.

When asked about the fact that walls work as a deterrent at a news briefing on Friday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jeane-Pierre said, “We are not finishing a wall. We are cleaning up the mess that the prior administration made. We are trying to save lives. This is what the prior administration left behind that we are now cleaning up.”

After overcoming legal challenges, the Trump administration built more than 450 miles of border wall in a short period of time. The Morelos Dam project had yet to be completed.

On July 1, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a $564 million border security bill into law allocating $335 million in state sales tax revenue to build and maintain a wall along the Arizona-Mexico border. When signing it, he said Biden’s policies created “the worst border crisis in over 20 years” and Arizona was “standing up for the rule of law.”

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The $739 billion Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 being pushed through the U.S. Senate to be passed by reconciliation (50 votes plus the Vice President) before the upcoming August recess is a threat to America’s economy and the well-being of all Americans. The article above makes clear that Senator Kyrsten Sinema is the one Democrat vote that America is looking at. She alone can stop this legislation. Please contact her at her office locations in Washington, D.C. and in Arizona by phone and letter. Click the red TAKE ACTION link below for Senator Sinema’s contact information.

Although Senator Mark Kelly is a do-as -Chuck Schumer- tells-you-to-do partisan shill, contacting him may be helpful given his significant vulnerability in the November general election. His contact information is also found at the TAKE ACTION link below. We suggest that copying him on your letter to Senator Sinema may possibly have some impact on his voting behavior. Calling his office is also important – the staffs do score the relative positions of constituents and this too may influence the voting behavior.

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New housing market data reveals a stunning shift as these 21 of the top 50 metro areas show price declines for June

By Edward Pinto

In the Fortune article below Shawn Tully interviews Ed Pinto and cites AEI Housing Center data on HPA to discuss the cooling housing market. He also writes about the geography of these changes, as western metros face the most drastic downturns in HPA.


It’s finally happening. After soaring 40% from pre-pandemic levels in the greatest boom in decades, home prices peaked in June, and started falling in July. That’s the stunning, sudden shift revealed in a new set of data just introduced by the American Enterprise Institute’s Housing Center, one of the top sources for in-depth, city-by-city numbers on all things housing, from appreciation to inventories and mortgage originations. “The market just reached a turning point,” says Ed Pinto, the AEI Housing Center’s director. “Prices will keep falling on a national basis for August through December. It’s likely that we’ll see declines in around four out of five metros in some of the months ahead.”

Until now, the AEI had measured prices primarily on a year over year format. And by that yardstick, housing still looked strong in June. That month, the AEI found that the value of the average home had grown by 15% from June of 2021. But its data also showed over the 12-month span, “home price appreciation,” or HPA, was slowing fast, down substantially from a summit of 17.5% in April. The question that pullback posed for America’s homeowners: What’s happening right now, week by week or month by month? Is it possible that in my city, in Atlanta or Phoenix or Raleigh, prices are actually starting to decline?

The AEI’s new data answers that query. The measure displays price changes from one month to the next. Hence, the numbers provide an up-close view of precisely when the patterns turn, by how much, and what the moves foreshadow. They’re a guide to reading the market’s pulse. The AEI’s figures are based on actual closings for the month, as reported in the public records. Pinto deploys a methodology that compares sales of similar quality homes, eliminating distortions from shifts in the sales “mix”––for example, a deceptive boost to average prices as a higher share of pricey homes sell in June than in May.

An astounding number of markets are already posting declines

The AEI calculated the figures for the nation’s 50 most active housing markets. The AEI’s below, “Home Price Appreciation (Month over Month),” shows the changes from one month to the next from the start of 2019 through June of this year. Let’s begin with the national data. The overall market has been on such a relentless rampage, for so long, that only twice in that period have prices retreated, and each time by just 0.1%. As recently as January, America’s monthly HPA was 2.6%, sliding in May to a still robust 1.1%. But in June, appreciation hit a virtual freefall, shrinking to just 0.2%.

View Home Price Appreciation (Month-Over-Month) Chart.

Behind that national downshift are astounding reversals in sundry cities that were thriving just months ago. In June of 2021, only four metros showed a fall in prices from May and last year, the only May-to-June loser was Louisville at a tiny -0.1%. In April, not a single one of the fifty metros endured a decline from March. But this June, no fewer than 21 locales suffered drops from their May prices, some of them big. In general, the steepest falls came in the expensive west coast markets, as well as western metros that gained legions of buyers from the exodus from California. Eleven of the hardest-hit addresses fit this category. The biggest loser was San Francisco at -3.8%, followed by San Jose (-3.2%). Among the other western cities logging large declines are Seattle (-1.8%), Los Angeles (-1.5%), Portland (-1.3%), Denver (-0.9%) and Phoenix (-0.6%). Almost all of these metros were rocking as recently as February, with San Francisco up 2.8% over January, San Jose ahead 3.9%, and Seattle gaining 3.5%.

“The clearest trend is the pullback in these west coast cities, and those influenced by the California craziness,” says Pinto. In these places, the giant price increases in the last two years, from already expensive levels, has so diminished affordability that the fast-shrinking ranks of buyers are hammering values in spite of historically low volumes of homes for sale. From the fourth quarter of 2019 to Q1 of this year, prices jumped from $1.2 to $1.6 million in San Jose, $575,000 to $819,000 in Seattle, from $466 to $623,000 in Denver, and from $340,000 to $516,000 in Phoenix. The only out West markets that still showed strength were Las Vegas, a venue that’s cooling but still managed a 0.2% increase over May, and Boise, where prices waxed 1.8%, maintaining a record of consistent, month over month advances. Boise keeps thriving as a favorite destination for work-at-home refugees from California who can sell a home in, say, San Jose, get a much bigger abode at half the cost in their adopted city, and still bank hundreds of thousands of dollars.

In recent months, the hottest markets have clustered in the sunshine state. Cape Coral, which was scoring year over year increases in the mid-30% range, is backpedaling fast (you can read my recent feature on Cape Coral’s market here). Its gain of 2.8% from April to May flip-flopped to a negative 1.0% in June. Tampa, North Port, Orlando, Jacksonville and Miami are all way down from February increases, but still advanced between 0.2% and 1.1%.

By contrast, a number of older metros that didn’t experience big price gains demonstrated remarkable resilience, for a simple reason: Many remain relatively cheap. St. Louis, Nashville, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia, Kansas City, Columbus and New York all ranked in the top ten for May to June gains. Tied for first place with Boise the Big Apple, which garnered a month over month increase of 1.8% and is one of few stalwarts that appear on a rising trajectory.

The downdraft in June radically transforms the outlook for this year and 2023

Pinto also gets a good look at where prices are headed by studying “rate lock” data from Optimal Blue. Those numbers reflect contract prices for sales that will close in around 90 days. For Pinto, the rate lock trend points to falling prices, at the national level, for July through December of 2022. “We expect the national month over month HPA to go negative in July for the first time in years,” he says. “From there, prices should fall 3% to 5% from June levels by year end. Those total increases will accumulate gradually over the seven months from June to December.” By year end, Pinto expects that home prices will still be 4% to 6% above December of 2021, but probably remain on a downward path.

Pinto forecasts that if overall prices slide by around 4% from here to year end, a far larger number of metros than the 21 that were negative in June will be soon posting falling prices from month to month. “I wouldn’t be surprised if some months, we see 40 cities showing declines,” he says.

So where does Pinto see values heading in 2023? It would seem that if prices are falling in December, they’d keep tumbling through most of 2023. But that’s not necessarily the most likely scenario, says Pinto. “We’ve seen a decline in mortgage rates in recent weeks from 6% to around 5.5%,” says Pinto. “If rates rates continue to recede, that would give a boost to appreciation.” He points out that although inventories are growing, stocks remain extremely slim. “We’re still at around one month of supply at the current level of demand,” he says. “To get declining prices, we’d need to see seven ‘months of supply, and that could be a long way off.” For Pinto, it’s highly possible that a combination of stable or falling rates, and limited volumes of homes for sale, could sustain gains of 4% to 6% next year.

Still, Pinto says it’s never been more difficult to predict housing ‘s future. “There are so many factors pushing and pulling in different directions,” he says. “My crystal ball is getting foggier.” The AEI’s new monthly numbers enable homeowners to watch the market’s course, not just over long spans, but as it evolves. Folks are super-anxious about what today’s tumultuous times mean for the future of their biggest asset. They want to see whether the value of their ranch of colonial waxed or waned in the last 30 days. Now they can. The AEI numbers don’t hand homeowners a crystal ball. But following the AEI’s fresh data will keep your thumb flush on the market’s pulse of the market that, for most Americans, counts more than any other by far.

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One Thing Every State Must Do To Protect America

By Center For Security Policy

Over the past several years America has discovered that China has been carrying out various forms of espionage and intellectual property theft across the US, particularly targeting American companies in the tech sector. Just this past week it was reported that components from the Chinese tech conglomerate Huawei installed in US telecommunications networks could disrupt communications at US nuclear bases. While these companies set up American subsidiaries who deny playing any role in espionage, the reality is that China’s intelligence law obligates Chinese-affiliated companies to serve the Communist party by any means at their disposal. Experts say it is virtually impossible to determine whether a particular Chinese company is operating as a private business or whether it is really an element of the regime.

These types of threats are unfortunately nothing new, yet for some reason companies like Huawei are still allowed to do business in America and with American companies, placing American security at risk and enriching our biggest potential adversary.

Not surprisingly, given the Biden family’s extensive business and financial dealings with Chinese entities, the Biden administration has been less than vigilant about the threat posed by Chinese infiltration, influence, and espionage. The Biden administration recently shut down a major FBI effort targeting Chinese corporate espionage alleging the program was somehow racist.

Fortunately, America is not dependent on the vigilance of corrupt oligarchs like Joe and Hunter Biden. There is much that can be done on the state level to safeguard critical infrastructure from Chinese hacking and set an example for the rest of America. One state has taken such action.

State Senator Barry Milligan of Louisiana recently successfully authored legislation this year to protect his state’s critical infrastructure from nefarious Chinese tech companies.

The first piece of legislation, signed into law as Act 695 of 2022, prohibits state agencies and universities from using telecommunications equipment produced by Huawei Technologies Company or ZTE Corporation and video surveillance equipment produced by Hytera Communications Corporation, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company, Dahua Technology Company, or any subsidiary or affiliate of such entities.  All of the companies listed are Chinese entities and as such all are majority-owned or controlled by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) or the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

The Chinese companies that are involved in the video surveillance field not only pose a threat to US infrastructure; they also are involved in ghastly surveillance networks inside China characterized by human rights abuses.

The second piece of legislation signed into law as Act 766,  prohibits the use by any agency of state government of telecommunications equipment or video surveillance equipment produced or provided by an entity found to be owned, controlled, or otherwise connected to the government of the People’s Republic of China, the Islamic Republic of Iran, North Korea or Russia. The effect of this legislation is targeted at China however, since the other nations either do not have capabilities in the telecommunications or video surveillance field (such as North Korea) or are already sanctioned by US government policies (such as Iran).

The Act also provides that if a vendor uses components from any such entities, the vendor must replace them at the vendor’s expense.

For the purposes of the legislation “critical infrastructure” means a communication infrastructure system, cybersecurity system, electric grid, hazardous waste treatment system, or water treatment facility.

By mandating that all state agencies, including colleges, universities, and hospitals, not include Chinese components in critical infrastructure, Louisiana is setting an example for the private sector and encouraging technology vendors to have alternatives for all their customers.

Every state needs to follow suit and pass legislation like Senator Milligan’s in Louisiana. In protecting infrastructure inside each respective state, they will also be protecting our nation as a whole. Just as state and local activism efforts played a significant role against apartheid in South Africa a generation ago, state activism can fill the gap left by the Biden administration recalcitrance when it comes to dealing with China today.

With the momentum built up by such restrictions on Chinese tech firms, the private sector will then start to feel the pressure to not do business with Chinese entities,  and would demonstrate to a future administration in Washington that the American people recognize the Chinese threat for what it truly is and are demanding action.

AUTHOR:

Christopher Holton

Senior Analyst and Director of State Outreach

Christopher Holton is a Senior Analyst and Director of State Outreach at the Center for Security Policy. Mr. Holton came to the Center after serving as president and marketing director of Blanchard & Co. and editor-in-chief of the Blanchard Economic Research Unit from 1990 to 2003

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When Joe Caved to Joe: The Real Manchin Con

By Selwyn Duke

Upset and disappointed, many felt betrayed when Senator Joe Manchin cut a deal with ultra-left-wing colleague Chuck Schumer and created the laughably named “Inflation Reduction Act.” Yet anyone thus aggrieved should consider a simple fact: As of June 2 of last year, Manchin had voted with Joe Biden 100 percent of the time.

That’s 100 percent — as in voting with Nancy Pelosi every time.

And he has voted with the Democrats over his career’s course approximately 80 percent of the time.

Oh, don’t be surprised. Here’s the reality: No matter how conservative or liberal a politician seems on the campaign trail, no matter compelling his rhetoric, no matter how outside-the-box he appears, he’ll virtually always vote with his party the vast majority of the time. (This is especially true of Democrats.)

To further illustrate the point, question: Who now is probably the most loathed GOP politician by the Republican base, the one most likely to be primaried? If you answered Rep. Liz Cheney, I agree. But note:

She voted with President Trump 93 percent of the time.

Really.

This isn’t to say she isn’t stomach-turningly perfidious or that she shouldn’t be kicked to the curb. She should. But before I get to what I am saying, let’s look at some more RINOs and their voting records.

Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) voted with Trump 81 percent of the time.

Senator Susan Collins (R-Me.) voted with Trump 67 percent of the time.

Rep. Adam “Crocodile Tears” Kinzinger voted with Trump approximately 90 percent of the time. (Note: Of late, he has been supporting much of Biden’s agenda.)

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Ala.) voted with Trump 72.6 percent of the time.

These are just about the worst the GOP has to offer, too — and they still vote more sanely than Mountain Mama’ Manchin.

Oh, this isn’t to say they’re better people; about that, I’ve no idea (Kinzinger could be a sociopath). But the point is that politicians belong to a party for reasons. First, a party offers reelection support — which they likely won’t get if they vote against their party’s agenda more than their state’s consensus ideology dictates they must. (E.g., no one expects a W. Va. senator to survive in office if he votes like Florida’s Donna Shalala.)

Second, though politicians typically aren’t fonts of principle, they generally choose one major party over the other because their passions largely align with its platform.

So the point is this: Some voters will say, “I vote for the person, not the party,” but that’s only what they think. In the most important sense, they’re voting for the party no matter the person because they’re delivering another reliable vote for his party.

This isn’t to say that, for example, every Republican politician is the same; there’s a marked difference between someone who supports the party 100 percent of the time and one who does so 67 percent of the time. It is to say that there’s an even bigger difference between that Republican who supports Democrats 33 percent of the time and a Democrat that supports them 80 percent of the time. (And a W.Va. Republican would likely be down around zero percent.)

So it doesn’t matter if you’re in W.Va., Utah, Indiana or somewhere else; understand that if you vote for a Manchin or any other Democrat, you’re voting by and large for the Democrat agenda. This is ever and always true, 100 percent of the time, no matter how “conservative” the candidate sounds.

Of course, if you like the Democrat agenda minus its radical elements and think a Manchin will deliver that, perhaps he’s your man, and do then remember to vote on November 9. (Though, in reality, delivering on the Democrat agenda minus its destructively radical elements would require voting against it 99 percent of the time.)

So the actual Manchin con doesn’t really concern his deal with Schumer; it doesn’t even concern anything effected mainly by Manchin. It’s this: the most left-wing Democrats (Sandy Cortez and the Squad et al.) and mainstream media squealing about how he’s really a Republican when he bucks them on some radical legislation — and elated but naïve Republicans chiming in and heroizing him — and all of them together effecting the illusion that he really is, in practice, a “moderate” or “conservative” Democrat.

Then the good people of W.Va. can vote for Manchin the next time around, secure in the illusion that he’s like their granddaddy’s Democrat — and oblivious to how they’re electing an 80-percent Pelosi.

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PODCAST: We Need to Fight Crime, Not the Right to Bear Arms!

By Conservative Commandos Radio Show

GUESTS AND TOPICS

TIM WILSON

Tim Wilson is a Senor Fellow at the London Center, a former British Army officer who served in a variety of command appointments on numerous operational tours during a 32 year military career. Lt Col Wilson has written for a range of publications on diverse topics including surviving a nuclear attack, terrorist tactics and asymmetric warfare and has appeared as a guest on numerous TV and radio shows. Since immigrating he has worked on a number of projects including research into the smuggling operations of Iraq during the UN’s Oil-For-Food program, sanctions evasion by Iran and suspicious North Korean shipping activities. As a direct result of his research he has briefed and advised Congressional staffs and officials at State, Treasury and other government agencies. Tim moved to the USA in 2005 and proudly became an American citizen in 2011. He is a firm advocate of The Constitution and Bill of Rights and believes in American Exceptionalism and the benefits of maintaining and continually improving the greatest military in the world.

TOPIC: We Need to Fight Crime, Not the Right to Bear Arms!

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Jack Kalavritinos is Executive Director of the Coalition Against Socialized Medicine. Jack has more than 25 years of experience in public affairs and health communications, served as director for Intergovernmental and External Affairs for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and as the associate commissioner for External Affairs at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). He spent over seven years at Medtronic on policy initiatives. He also served as a senior official at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and as the White House Liaison at the Department of Labor. Most recently, Jack advised clients on strategic communications, policy, and advocacy as part of JK Strategies and APCO Worldwide’s International Advisory Council.

TOPIC: Resurrecting Failed Drug Price Controls Before the Midterms Won’t Help Americans.

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Government by Phony Narrative Requires Cooking the Books

By The Daily Skirmish – Liberato.US

FBI whistleblowers reported the Biden administration is pressuring agents to reclassify cases as domestic terrorism in order to make domestic terrorism look worse than it is.  The administration has claimed that domestic terrorism is the greatest threat to homeland security.  So now it’s cooking the books to support the phony narrative.  But what would you expect from an administration that employs a top official – Attorney General Merrick Garland – who is not above treating ordinary parents who speak out at school board meetings as ‘domestic terrorists’ so a family member can sell more indoctrination material to school districts around the country?

Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio wrote a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray with the details of the whistleblower revelations.  “(W)e have learned that FBI officials are pressuring agents to reclassify cases as ‘domestic violence extremism’ even if the cases do not meet the criteria for such a classification,” the letter states.  “Whistleblower disclosures have also detailed the agency’s effort to exaggerate [Domestic Violent Extremism or DVE] data to satisfy the Bureau’s leadership…. [Agents] are encouraged and incentivized to reclassify cases as DVE cases even though there is minimal, circumstantial evidence to support the reclassification….  [FBI executives] have pressured agents to move cases into the DVE category to hit self-created performance metrics. According to whistleblowers, the FBI uses these metrics to dispense awards and promotions.”

Awards and promotions for cooking the books – my, my.  Congressman Jordan demands the FBI produce all the agency’s communications regarding domestic terrorism case classification, including those with the Office of the President.  Jordan wants to know if the fish is rotting from the head down.

There are consequences to cooking the books.  Inflating the domestic terrorism statistics boosts public support for going after ordinary parents who object to pornography and transgenderism when they speak at school board meetings.  In other words, cooking the books give cover for persecuting political enemies.  Also, phony domestic terrorism cases detract from the significance of real cases of domestic terrorism which undeniably exist.

In addition, phony performance metrics skew agency priorities and divert resources from other real threats.  For example, Kamala Harris and others have a history of pressuring the Justice Department and FBI not to pursue black identity extremism which is a very real threat.  The Waukesha killer who mowed down six and injured 62 others was a black supremacist.

More to the point, the FBI completely ignores violence from Antifa and other radical Left-wing groups, violence which resulted in the burning of entire city blocks and injuries to 2,000 police officers in the riots of summer 2020.  After all that, the FBI told Congress the FBI does not consider Antifa to be an organization and does not keep track of its violent activities.  We also know from an FBI informant who became a whistleblower that the FBI pursued an agenda of ginning up the white supremacy and domestic terrorism threats while ignoring reports coming in of operations being planned by Marxist terror cells affiliated with Antifa, Black Lives Matter, the Communist Party USA, and other left-wing splinter groups.  The informant had infiltrated several left-wing domestic terror groups, but his FBI handlers weren’t interested.  They were only interested in white supremacists to build a phony narrative.  They kept asking the informant, “Where are the white supremacists?”  That’s all they cared about.

The FBI leadership has a one-track mind about domestic terrorism.  This single-minded focus has compromised the agency’s ethics – they’re cooking the books – and blinded the agency to real threats like Antifa which is not going away. The single-minded focus is now producing delusional thinking at the agency.  The FBI is teaching agents that the Betsy Ross flag and other images from the Revolutionary War are evidence of extreme and violent militia involvement.  The FBI’s training also singles out the Gadsden ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ flag.  The Gadsden Flag was popularized by the Tea Party.  Say what you will about the Tea Party, but nobody can claim with a straight face after 12 years of the Tea Party that it is a violent extremist organization.

Running the government on phony narratives has consequences.  One of them is that the FBI is a sick organization and getting sicker by the day.

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Why Are Gas Prices Falling?

By Foundation for Economic Education (FEE)

Does Biden deserve credit or does the second law of demand explain our less painful trips to the pump?


Anyone who has a car is breathing a sigh of relief this last week. After two years of increasing gas prices, we’ve finally had a significant fall in gas prices.

Gas prices are still high at $4.33/gallon (nearly double the $2.18 they were in July of 2020), but there appears to be light at the end of the tunnel.

Since the current administration has taken a great deal of heat over high fuel prices, perhaps it’s no surprise to see the White House taking credit for the lower prices. Earlier this month, President Biden noted that gasoline prices had fallen for 30 consecutive days.

“Our actions are working, and prices are coming down,” Biden said days later.

However, there is little evidence to indicate the majority of the price drop is due to any particular policy change.

This leaves us with an important question. Why exactly are prices falling?

Several outlets have undertaken the task of explaining this price decrease. Some seem to have arrived at an answer that is in the right direction.

An article on MarketWatch pinpoints the ultimate cause as falling demand. “Gasoline demand weakness against historical seasonal strength is pressing retail prices lower,” MarketWatch reported analyst Brian Milne saying.

The New York Times reported a similar explanation:

A report by ESAI Energy, an analytics firm, said on Wednesday that the firm expected a global surplus of four million barrels a day in the roughly 100-million-barrel-a-day market in the second quarter. “This is a significant drop in demand,” said Sarah Emerson, ESAI president.

In other words, the oil purchasing decisions are falling below what the oil industry expected. Four million less barrels a day are being utilized than industry experts had anticipated. The Times continues:

An Energy Department report released Wednesday showed that gasoline demand in recent weeks had dropped by 1.35 million barrels a day, or more than 10 percent. A recent survey from AAA seems to back this up, highlighting that two thirds of Americans have claimed to have changed their driving habits since the price increases.

So there’s our answer, right? Falling demand means lower prices.

There are several problems with this explanation, but the problems manifest in one particular issue. Neither of these articles gives a satisfactory answer for why demand would be falling.

In order to understand why demand is changing we first need to eliminate a fallacious reason. It might be tempting to say demand is falling because the price is high. In fact, the MarketWatch article seems to suggest this explanation. But this claim is wrong.

It’s true that when the price of gas (or any good or service for that matter) rises, people will purchase a smaller quantity of that good or service. Economists call this the first law of demand.

But the key part of that statement is when the price rises. Higher prices have existed for a while and cannot explain suddenly lower quantity demanded. Why didn’t the higher prices lead to a lower quantity demanded earlier?

In fact, committing to this explanation that higher price leads to lower demand is contradictory because it would be akin to saying “higher prices cause lower demand which causes lower prices.” This circular reasoning is confusing and incomplete at best.

MarketWatch and The New York Times missed it by that much.

I believe the outlets are right to pinpoint changing demand as the relevant factor for falling prices, and they’re right that higher prices are part of the story, but the explanation is missing the most important part.

To see what’s really going on, consider an example.

Imagine you’ve booked your vacation for the summer and you’ve decided to do a cross-country trip in an RV. The RV is rented, you’ve put in for vacation days at work, the insurance is covered, you’ve paid for tickets for sights and attractions, and your family is packed and ready.

You go to bed and gas prices are $2/gallon. The next morning you pull into a gas station with the RV and the price has skyrocketed to $4/gallon. The cost of your travel has doubled.

Do you cancel? In some cases the answer could be yes, but for many people the higher cost of gas is less than the cost of planning an entirely new vacation and executing the plan within a day. The cost of doing the logistics of canceling bookings and organizing something to do with your vacation days is high on short notice.

Now imagine a different scenario. You’re six months out from your trip and gas prices skyrocket to $4. You haven’t rented an RV or put in for vacation days. You assume gas prices will stay high until your vacation. Do you change your vacation plans? It seems likely.

The answer isn’t certain, but what we can say with certainty is that it’s more likely that someone will change vacation plans in the second scenario with six months notice relative to the first scenario with no notice.

Why? Simply put, it’s more costly to find substitutes in the short run than in the long run.

This illustrates a principle called the second law of demand which states that people are relatively more responsive to price changes in the long run than in the short run. Economists call this responsiveness “elasticity”.

Or, as the late and great economist Walter Williams put it, “demand curves are relatively more elastic in the long run than in the short-run.”

With this insight in hand, we are now equipped to give a more robust explanation for falling gas prices.

To begin, gas prices increase substantially. It’s too costly for people to substitute their gas usage in the short run. You still need to drive to your vacation, work, or church the next day if gas prices go up. But, as more time passes, there is more ability to cheaply discover alternatives like bus routes, carpool situations, financing for electric cars, or telework options.

In the case of vacations you could substitute your RV trip with the “staycation” option, which is growing in popularity, given you have time to plan.

Then, as more people substitute these options for gas, gas stations face a new lower demand. Again, this doesn’t occur immediately because it’s costly to make these substitutions in the short run.

Admittedly, confirming this theory as the number-one cause of falling gas prices would require significant statistical work, but the theory is consistent with the basic facts of lower demand and the time that’s passed since gas prices have risen.

Is it possible that releases of supply from the government’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve have had some impact? It certainly should make some difference, but as the articles above indicate, the basic evidence seems to show demand changes are the driver here—not supply changes.

Even Biden’s own Treasury Department estimates the US strategic reserve release to have impacted prices from 13 cents to 33 cents with a little more potentially due to international releases. This upper estimate, based on very generous assumptions, still leaves about half of the price drop unexplained.

And even without statistical testing, the second law of demand is an economic law which means it certainly plays some role in the more responsive demand, everything else held constant.

It’s not clear that we’re out of the woods on inflation yet. However, I remain confident that consumer-side substitutions and supplier-side innovations will continue to work to make gas prices more affordable—so long as meddlesome regulators stay out of the way.

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Peter Jacobsen

Peter Jacobsen teaches economics at Ottawa University where he holds the positions of Assistant Professor and Gwartney Professor of Economic Education and Research at the Gwartney Institute. He received his graduate education George Mason University and received his undergraduate education Southeast Missouri State University. His research interest is at the intersection of political economy, development economics, and population economics. His website can be found here.

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