WELCOME TO PEARCE’S GULAG

A Perspective … Are you aware of what is NOT disclosed nor made transparent…?

4409 — Russell Pearce’s bill GRANTS Amnesty to Law Enforcement … Forty Four O Nine

…Website: …http://www.youtube.com/user/RP4409 …Date: 03-19-2010 …Subject: Videos by 4409

Before you idly and summarily dismiss this as “nothing” I invite you to consider the long term implications such amnesty fosters.

In case you’re having a problem … it’s call a … POLICE STATE … welcome to the Russell Pearce Gulag …

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People should never be afraid of their government, government should always be afraid of the people.

Your greatest weapon is in your enemy’s mind … Buddha

Everyone has the RIGHT to clean & accessible water, adequate for the health & well-being of the individual and family & NO one shall be deprived of such access or quality of water due to individual economic circumstances

And let me be a bit bolder … I am most willing to present and discuss any water or wastewater issue with an audience in Arizona where honest two way dialog is permitted

SO WHEN GOVERNMENT SAYS YOUR WATER IS … SAFE … WHAT DO THEY MEAN

A Perspective … Are you aware of what is NOT disclosed nor made transparent…?

When government says your water is SAFE … what do they mean…?

• When government reports the health risks are negligible, what does that actually mean…?

• When government reports to you the water you consume passes and meets all testing, what does that actually mean…?

• When government notes your water meets all USDA, FDA, CDC or some newly developed abbreviation conveying a perspective of “oversight” in your interest, what does it mean…?

In a nut shell little more than a lingering echo a by-gone cliché of … “trust me, I’m from the government, I’m here to help you” … and today most have a pretty good idea of the value of those words…?

Water, it appears throughout the ages has appealed to man physically, mentally, emotionally and even spiritually.

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People should never be afraid of their government, government should always be afraid of the people.

Your greatest weapon is in your enemy’s mind … Buddha

Everyone has the RIGHT to clean & accessible water, adequate for the health & well-being of the individual and family & NO one shall be deprived of such access or quality of water due to individual economic circumstances

And let me be a bit bolder … I am most willing to present and discuss any water or wastewater issue with an audience in Arizona where honest two way dialog is permitted

SO YOU BELIEVE THEY REALLY WANT YOUR INPUT…?

A Perspective … Are you aware of what is NOT disclosed nor made transparent…?

Public Meeting to Address Codex Committee on Contaminants in Food
Mon
, 22 Mar 2010 10:39:28 -0500

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Office of Food Safety and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are sponsoring a public meeting to provide information and receive public comments on agenda items and draft U.S. positions that will be discussed at the 4th Session of the Codex Committee on Contaminants in Food (CCCF), to be held in Izmir, Turkey, April 26 – 30, 2010.

Yup … like I have the time and funds to go to Turkey in April 2010 to voice my position relative to contamination in food sold to you and me by American corporate “big-ag” interest$ and our US government reputedly looking out for our interests chooses to make it virtually impossible for you and me to have input … precisely whose interest$ are they protecting…?

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People should never be afraid of their government, government should always be afraid of the people.

Your greatest weapon is in your enemy’s mind … Buddha

Everyone has the RIGHT to clean & accessible water, adequate for the health & well-being of the individual and family & NO one shall be deprived of such access or quality of water due to individual economic circumstances

And let me be a bit bolder … I am most willing to present and discuss any water or wastewater issue with an audience in Arizona where honest two way dialog is permitted

BIG MISTAKE … ANOTHER SPECIAL SESSION

A Perspective … Are you aware of what is not disclosed nor made transparent…?

How did Governor Brewer and her Republican legislative majority mi$$ the opportunity to tax u$ on thi$ also…?

Taxing rainfall…? Cities impose fees for storm-water runoff … 05:23 PM …By Larry Armstrong, for USA TODAY …

Taxing rainfall may seem odd, but new environmental regulations are prompting cities to impose fees on property owners for managing storm-water runoff, according to a USA TODAY story.

The Environmental Protection Agency, for the first time, has begun issuing specific limits on this runoff, since it’s a leading cause of pollution in U.S. waterways. Those limits will require fiscally-strapped local governments to spend large amounts of money on water quality.

As a result, cities and counties are moving to impose storm-water fees — like water and utility bills — based on how much rainwater flows from a property, says the story by colleague Dennis Cauchon. Some are charging additional monthly fees that range from $2 to $10.

OOP$ … BIG MI$TAKE … $PECIAL $E$$ION COMING

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People should never be afraid of their government, government should always be afraid of the people.

To know that you do not know is the best. To pretend to know when you do not know is a disease. … Lao-tzu

Everyone has the RIGHT to clean & accessible water, adequate for the health & well-being of the individual and family & NO one shall be deprived of such access or quality of water due to individual economic circumstances

And let me be a bit bolder … I am most willing to present and discuss any water or wastewater issue with an audience in Arizona where honest two way dialog is permitted

SHOW ME YOUR PAPERS

A Perspective … Are you aware of what is not disclosed nor made transparent…?

Show me your papers, will be the first question posed by “law” enforcement personnel before they use their stun gun on you …

Arizona Drivers License to become National ID… Date: Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 2:50 PM …

There are a lot of issues each one of us is concerned with. Oftentimes, when bad law passes, it can be changed in the future and corrected. National ID is the exception. Once National ID is implemented, it can never be repealed, because once the data has been handed over to the federal government, it will never be deleted.

Under State Senator Russell Pearce’s bill, SB1070 (and its companion, HB2632) contains a section which allows the Arizona Motor Vehicle Department to exchange your private data with the US Department of Homeland Security (who owns the REAL ID/PASS ID database) for the purposes of verifying your immigration status.

This is precisely the requirement that the REAL ID legislation required. Worse, this bill specifically allows for the exchange of your domicile information with the US Department of Homeland Security. Together, this information can also be used to register the legal purchase of firearms.

Senator Pearce calls his bill the anti-sanctuary city and anti-illegal immigration bill. We do not oppose these parts of the bill, only the specific part which provides private information of law abiding Arizona citizens to the US Department of Homeland Security.

Senator Pearce maintains that the only way to sort out who-is-who is to provide your information to Homeland Security. This is unacceptable. The first priority of government is to protect the liberty, which includes privacy from government, of law abiding citizens.

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People should never be afraid of their government, government should always be afraid of the people.

To know that you do not know is the best. To pretend to know when you do not know is a disease. … Lao-tzu

Everyone has the RIGHT to clean & accessible water, adequate for the health & well-being of the individual and family & NO one shall be deprived of such access or quality of water due to individual economic circumstances

And let me be a bit bolder … I am most willing to present and discuss any water or wastewater issue with an audience in Arizona where honest two way dialog is permitted

How did Arizona mi$$ the$e $ource$ of taxe$

A Perspective … Are you aware of what is not disclosed nor made transparent…?

These might be sources of revenue that Gov Brewer & her Republican legislative majority should consider for Arizona after all why leave anything untaxed…?

States Seeking Cash Hope to Expand Taxes to Services … By MONICA DAVEY … March 27, 2010 … EXCERPTED …

In the scramble to find something, anything, to generate more revenue, states are considering new taxes on virtually everything: garbage pickup, dating services, bowling night, haircuts, even clowns.

Opponents of imposing taxes on services like funerals, legal advice, helicopter rides and dry cleaning argue that this push comes as businesses are barely clinging to life and can ill afford to see customers further put off by new taxes.

This is especially true, they say, in states like Michigan and Pennsylvania, where some of the most sweeping proposals are being considered this spring.

“This is born out of necessity would tax services including accounting, advertising and data processing. … A handful of states, including Delaware, Hawaii, New Mexico, South Dakota and Washington, already tax all sorts of services. Most states tax at least some services, particularly items like utilities.

In Nebraska, a lawmaker has introduced a bill to tax armored car services, farm equipment repairs, shoe shines, taxidermy, reflexology and scooter repairs. In Kentucky, are proposing taxing high-end services: golf greens fees, limousine and hot-air-balloon rides, and private landscaping.

In June, voters in Maine will decide whether to accept a state overhaul of its tax system that would newly tax services like tailor alterations, blimp rides, and entertainment provided by clowns, comedians and jugglers.

“Yes, we need more money, but is this a step toward turning the economy around?” Mr. Fowler asked. “Taking more money out of peoples’ pockets? Putting more burdens on small business? It doesn’t seem like a recipe for a state turnaround.”

People like Pete Tomassoni, whose third-generation bowling alley in Iron Mountain, Mich., has 20 percent less business so far this year than early last year, deemed taxation of his $3 games “a terrible idea.”

Still, some believe the notion is certain to grow more palatable as states grasp the depths of their woes. State Senator Cap Dierks of Nebraska, who has pushed for a services tax in part because of his worries about the mounting burdens of property taxes on farmers and ranchers, said he thought such taxes were inevitable.

“I got a lot of negative vibes when I introduced it, but eventually, we’ll have to look at it,” he said. “What else are you going to do?”

Has Arizona ever honestly balanced its budget without gimmicks…?

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People should never be afraid of their government, government should always be afraid of the people.

To know that you do not know is the best. To pretend to know when you do not know is a disease. … Lao-tzu

Everyone has the RIGHT to clean & accessible water, adequate for the health & well-being of the individual and family & NO one shall be deprived of such access or quality of water due to individual economic circumstances

And let me be a bit bolder … I am most willing to present and discuss any water or wastewater issue with an audience in Arizona where honest two way dialog is

Externalities … not a problem in Arizona … we simply ignore it

A Perspective … Are you aware of what is not disclosed nor made transparent…?

This is one of Arizona’s better kept secret “externalities” that we all get the opportunity to pay for . . . You can take this to the bank … if it smells, there’s an issue that needs to be addressed . . . and if it is not, expeditiously and efficiently . . . you and I will pay for it . . .

Cities tackle odors stemming from restaurants …

The Arizona Republic… Lynh Bui

http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/local/articles/2010/03/30/20100330odors-coming-from-restaurants.html

It was the intent of public officials when “grease-traps” were initially imposed to require any restaurant/food operator to the maximum extent possible to keep the FOG (fats, oils, grease) generated in their establishment out of the public owned and operated sewer lines.

The reality is … this is a most difficult function for government to regulate or enforce and over the years falls generally into the category of voluntary compliance on the part of the restaurant operator … though most regulatory agencies will quickly take issue with this claim I am more than willing to debate the issue with them in an environment where honest disclosure and transparency prevails along with genuine two way dialog.

Operation and maintenance of any grease trap is for the most part a 24/7 operation and is dependent upon a thorough initial evaluation of the restaurant size, menu, hours of operation which will influence the size of the “grease-trap” which the facility will need.

In “metro” Phoenix … “we” … that’s you and me … get the privilege of paying for the gross abuse of many restaurant operators in the form of highly expensive specialized machinery needed to clean our sewer lines of the hard grease caked on the interior as a result of poor or nonexistent grease trap maintenance…

But … hey … it’s Arizona and we have budget money to burn …!
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People should never be afraid of their government, government should always be afraid of the people.

To know that you do not know is the best. To pretend to know when you do not know is a disease. … Lao-tzu

Everyone has the RIGHT to clean & accessible water, adequate for the health & well-being of the individual and family & NO one shall be deprived of such access or quality of water due to individual economic circumstances

And let me be a bit bolder … I am most willing to present and discuss any water or wastewater issue with an audience in Arizona where honest two way dialog is permitted

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