More Taxpayers’ Money Funneling Addicts?Posted: 26/04/2022 Filed under: Clark County, Cliff Harrison Columns, Commentary, Humanitarianism, Las Vegas, News | Tags: Blogs, Cliff Harrison, Clifford G. Harrison, Drug Addicts, Help Hope Home, HELP of Southern Nevada, IRS 501(c)(3)s, Wasting Taxpayers Money, Writer, Writing Leave a comment
Help Hope Home on Facebook (Clark County)
The comment I left on Facebook for this announcement:
“So, is the City of Las Vegas, Clark County and this “nonprofit” going to stop people from being evicted so landlords can make a money grab? Are these “homeless rescue” programs going to follow the criminal HELP of Southern Nevada protocol that crowds violent freeloaders with drug and alcohol addiction in with vulnerable elderly so they can abuse them? If so I smell litigation to put an end to this waste of taxpayer money. There are more jobs available now with higher pay than any time in history. Detox these homeless, put them to work and STOP abusing the taxpayers’ money on violent criminals with treatable addictions. House them in your own neighborhoods or tents until they are willing to shift from freeloading and partying to a self-responsible productive lifestyle.”
I searched high and low for IRS nonprofit information for a 501(c)(3) by the name Help Hope Home and came up negative. It is too early to conclude and I need more time to research. I have a feeling this outfit is tied to HELP of Southern Nevada which is a local nonprofit worshipped by the City of Las Vegas and the County of Clark and even had their roots to these government agencies. HELP of Southern Nevada has been in the homeless racket for 52 years. They all claim to be “ending homelessness” but the taxpayers money funneled to this worthless cause is endless. Never will they “end” homelessness the way they operate. And they know it. There is huge liability when government agencies and nonprofits marry. We’ll be discussing such issues in future posts.
A comment posted by a Facebook user named, Bruce Henry said, “No such thing as Federal Funds it is all Taxpayers Funds period. Stop this disinformation please.” I agree with that statement 100%.
One of the primary reasons I am opposed to any government agency using taxpayer funds to support nonprofits is they do NOT supervise or investigate what they fund. They just hand our money over and that is the end of it. Aside of being a victimized vulnerable elderly by city, county and nonprofit clients and being in an apartment complex where they turn these freeloading addicts and drug dealers loose without any security or supervision, I can testify there is NO detox. NO work program. NO guidance to a better life with productive results. NO successful conclusion to dependence while establishing an independent and productive life for these clients. There is just 24/7 partying and vice–with ZERO SECURITY, an unlawful condition.
There is widespread corruption pointing directly to these nonprofits and the government agencies and public officials which subvert American taxpayers’ money to violent criminals with no oversight. They do this by setting up these homeless funneling operations with landlords/slumlords who violate just about every law on the books and they engage in conspiracy and racketeering with these entities. I am not saying that this organization is doing that, there is still too much information that needs to be collected, but as for the city, county and other nonprofits, there is a long line of evidence I will be presenting that will either shut these operations down or upset the taxpayers whose funds are being channeled to unlawful sources that are against the public’s trust. One rule the IRS has about nonprofits is that they MUST work within the realms of the public trust.
Much more will be coming. Stay tuned. Scroll down and read the post below where I call for Clark County Nevada’s Sheriff Joseph Lombardo to resign and withdraw his run for Nevada’s governor office. That post is loaded with names and events that have occurred where I reside and has not gotten better, but much worst. I posted that article almost a year ago. I was violently attacked shortly thereafter and I have been attacked repeatedly since.
Most people would agree that if someone is homeless we support giving them a helping hand and a support group to help them get on their feet to a productive life. That is NOT what is happening here. Full dependence and full abuse of the taxpayers and donors money is being committed.
Some people may not like what I post. That is okay, they can change the channel anytime they wish. I post more for a public record and an accounting of the conditions and of the corruption and crimes that public officials, their agencies, nonprofits and other entities commit more than anything else.
Freedom of Thought & Freedoms of the MindPosted: 24/04/2022 Filed under: Quotes | Tags: Benjamin Franklin, Blogging, Blogs, Clifford G. Harrison, Freedom, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Thought, Writer, Writers, Writing Leave a comment
“Without freedom of thought there can be no such thing as wisdom; and no such thing as public liberty, without freedom of speech.” –Benjamin Franklin
RIP Senator Orrin Hatch (1934-2022)Posted: 24/04/2022 Filed under: National, News | Tags: Conservative, GOP, Politics, Republican, Senator Orrin Hatch, Utah Senator Leave a comment
Las Vegas, Nevada (Vegas Valley) The longest serving Senator in history, Senator Orrin Hatch (R) Utah, 88, died yesterday, Saturday, 23 April 2022.
Senator Orrin Hatch Dies at 88
The Longest Serving Senator in History Dies
Hatch Served in the U.S. Senate for 42 years
24 April 2022 Reopening of Vegas ValleyPosted: 24/04/2022 Filed under: Blog, Cliff Harrison Columns, Commentary, Writer, Writing | Tags: Euripides, First Amendment, Freedom, Freedom of Speech, Inalienable Rights, Kurt Vonnegut, Liberty, Litigation, Slumlords and the Inner City, Thomas Paine Leave a comment
After newly a year of closure because of litigation I decided to reopen the blog since freedom of speech has no tolerance for censorship.
“There is never a shortage anywhere of lawyers eager to attack the First Amendment, as though it were nothing more than a clause in a lease from a crooked slumlord.” ~Kurt Vonnegut
I closed the blog due to ongoing litigation. I have more active litigation now, than I did then. Most trial lawyers recommend a run silent, run deep social media mode once litigation is started. The reason is your opponent’s lawyers and insurance people will scrutinize your social media accounts so that they can find anything that you say and use it against you. Let them. I stand my ground. I was born with inalienable rights that no power can take away.
I wanted peace. I offered peace from the beginning. I gave them many chances for peace. They wanted war. Then so be it. It is war they shall have. I will give them a war they cannot win.
I was born under God, in a free nation that is symbolic for its unalienable rights carved into its constitution and documents of creed that provide the framework for the basic laws that govern all its citizens and the people of the world.
I was not born under the red flag with the yellow hammer and sickle that announces Communist-Marxism, nor will I bow down to it. Or, any other symbol of tyranny and oppression.
“…Man did not enter into society to become worst than he was before, nor to have fewer rights than he had before, but to have those rights better secured. His natural rights are the foundation of all his civil rights.” –Thomas Paine, The Rights of Man
“I would rather die on my feet than live on my knees.” –Euripides
Fighting for the People: The Legacy of Gerry Spence, America’s Most Successful Trial LawyerPosted: 29/04/2022 | Author: Cliff Harrison | Filed under: A Discussion of Law,, Cliff Harrison Columns, Commentary, Law & Justice Series, The Litigator | Tags: Common People, Fighting for the People, Gerry Spence, Negligence Gross Negligence and Willful and Malicious Misconduct, Study of Law & Justice Series, Trial Lawyers, We The People, Writer, Writing | Leave a comment
Some of the best education in the discussion and philosophy on law and justice can be gathered by studying the most powerful and victorious trial lawyer in American history, Gerry Spence, my mentor.
Gerry Spence has released multiple books, websites and blogs and videos, or have been the subject of interviews thereof that tells compelling stories of injustice and of justice.
Insider Exclusive is just one such public showcase that has repeatedly featured Gerry Spence and his stories of law and justice.
I have spent more than four decades listening to or reading and studying and sometimes communicating with Gerry Spence. It has always been a rewarding experience and an educational one, too.
I do not have a very good opinion of most lawyers. As a group I think that most of them are the epitome of the abyss and of immoral misconduct, the parasites of life. They are demonic and evil.
Jesus Christ didn’t think too much of lawyers either, so my thoughts cannot be too distance from the thoughts of the most powerful force in the universe.
Gerry Spence is clearly a different species. He is a rare genius in a crowded profession of losers and imbeciles.
He is a fierce warrior and a freedom fighter, yet such a gentle poet and a painter and photographer. These talents symbolize his heart and soul. Who could compare with such a man of remarkable valor and talent, yet so uncomplicated that he can communicate so the common people fully understand him—and his convictions?
He is a teacher, a philosopher, rancher, and a storyteller. And he is a man of many more things, all wholesome and good, all moral and upstanding. I believe more than anything else, he is a leader for freedom, law, justice and leadership. He wants you to be you, not a carbon copy or a clone of him, Gerry Spence.
The Gerry Spence Method
The Gerry Spence Method Blog
He is an inspiration to any who has lost hope. In one of his books about slavery and freedom, and being in prison he explains you are free if you allow your mind to think you are free.
In another, in an example about the horrors of medical malpractice and the predator examples of negligence doctors and those in the medical fields he talks about the number of daily medical deaths due to negligent doctors amounts to the equivalence of several fully loaded passenger jets crashing and the passengers perishing. He says if We the People had that many planes crashing and the passengers perishing, we’d rise up and demand change. Yet, he testifies, that many people die each and every day due to careless, doctors and medical professionals who are negligent and wrongful in the deaths or serious injuries of their patients. Vulnerable patients.
Gerry Spence is the diamond that comes from the harvest of coal.
For many years when he was more active in one of his blogs I communicated regularly with him, as did many people, including several lawyers, students, and nonstudents of his. The discussions of law and justice were always interesting and compelling.
Gerry Spence is the Grand Master of Law and Justice, second to none.
He is a master at explaining law, debating, and arguing it in simple terms most people can grasps.
Gerry Spence is 93 years old. He has practiced law for some 70 years, longer than before most people reading this material were ever born.
In my opinion he is the greatest trial lawyer in history. He went decades undefeated in criminal and civil cases of every magnitude. He defeated many governments, including the United States Federal Government and the FBI.
The Randy Weaver’s, Ruby Ridge case, was just one such case that elevated Gerry Spence into the national limelight as a super lawyer.
The Karen Silkwood case was the premier case that demonstrated Gerry Spence’s profound mastery of law.
The man named Spence could walk into a courtroom, the coldest of the coldest, in his heart-warming western attire, fringed buckskin jacket and all, and tame the wild minds of the most hostile adversary and melt the hearts of the jury like an inferno on top of an iceberg.
He could look the jurors in the eyes and plead with them during the closing arguments, ask them to help him, help him understand his case. He would tell a story almost every time in those closing arguments. He made friends of strangers and adversaries. Who could dislike Gerry Spence, the grand storyteller and Master of Law and Justice?
“And so, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, the case of little Polly is in yours.”
Perhaps Gerry Spence’s most admirable characteristic is that he is trusting. We the People look at him and find him trusting. Something we seldom do with those other ones who tell us they are lawyers or attorneys.
Snakes crawl from the grass many if not most lawyers walk upon, but not from the footsteps of Gerry Spence. White doves fly from his shoulders and the American bald eagle flies high and soars in the skies above him.
I have read nearly every book Gerry Spence has ever written and they remain in my library among the most prized and admired authors in my collection. Authors of liberty and independence. Law and justice. War and peace. The minds, heart, and souls of life. The mentors of justice. The freedom fighters and the liberators of the oppressed. The educators of self-education and inspirations.
I have viewed every video he was every interviewed in or was a principle in its production.
Spence is a multitalented professional. Not only has he practiced law for well over a half-century, nearly three-quarters of a century, in fact, and with astonishing success, he is a freedom fighter for the rights of the common people. He is the founder of the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College, to train trial lawyers for the fight of the people. The college is held on the 35,000 acre Thunderhead Ranch in the Dubois, Wyoming area.
Inductee of the Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame
Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame Video Commentary
Local Las Vegas lawyers who have attended and graduated from the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College have secured record jury trial awards here locally. One such multimillion dollar verdict against a negligent Las Vegas landlord to provide adequate security sets a precedence that law and justice shall be served to the victims of the wrongdoers.
Three words and phrases in the language of law that are powerful inflictions upon the defendant(s) to assure their defeat when the victorious legal maneuvers are engaged with their empowerment by the plaintiff are negligence, gross negligence and willful and malicious misconduct. They are not the only legal terms that can bring a malicious defendant to their knees and punish them with no mercy, but they are perhaps the most effective, most enduring and the costliest to the defendant’s legal war chest.
The Litigator who holds these trump cards in his war strategies and can prove the existence of negligence, gross negligence and willful and malicious misconduct by the defendant(s) should victor over his wrongdoers in the eyes of the trial jury that should escalate the size of awards for the damages caused to the plaintiff. The liability against the defendant is magnificent. That is where justice meets law and law guarantees justice. It is at the very foundation and framework of a free nation called the United States of America.
Gerry Spence Wikipedia
Gerry Spence Books at Amazon/Kindle