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On tonight’s show, we’ll talk about the partial blocking of Arizona’s immigration law.
Judge Bolton is a Clinton appointee and a registered Democrat.
Sustainable Development & Agenda 21:
It is the blue print and agenda being established throughout the country to destroy our way of life and personal property rights.
Here is Michael Shaw’s web site, Freedom Advocates
As we discussed on the show Monday night, the real fight is at the local level.
It is NOT going to come from the Outlaw Congress because both parties haven’t lifted a finger to stop it.
Grant Hall, my guest last night on the privacy crisis — very important. Don’t be a victim of theft identity and learn how to legally protect your privacy from the snooping state and federal governments.
I have a copy of Grant’s book. John and I have already done some of the steps he outlines in his book.
His web site is:
Also, this article has very important information. I hope you can take the time to read as it might affect you, your family or others you know that might not see it:
Fallen Soldiers’ Families Denied Cash as Insurers Profit
Inside was a letter from Prudential about Ryan’s $400,000 policy. And there was something else, which looked like a checkbook. The letter told Lohman that the full amount of her payout would be placed in a convenient interest-bearing account, allowing her time to decide how to use the benefit.
“You can hold the money in the account for safekeeping for as long as you like,” the letter said. In tiny print, in a disclaimer that Lohman says she didn’t notice, Prudential disclosed that what it called its Alliance Account was not guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Bloomberg Markets magazine reports in its September issue.
Lohman, 52, left the money untouched for six months after her son’s August 2008 death.
“It’s like you’re paying me off because my child was killed,” she says. “It was a consolation prize that I didn’t want.”
As time went on, she says, she tried to use one of the “checks” to buy a bed, and the salesman rejected it. That happened again this year, she says, when she went to a Target store to purchase a camera on Armed Forces Day, May 15.
Lohman, a public health nurse who helps special-needs children, says she had always believed that her son’s life insurance funds were in a bank insured by the FDIC. That money — like $28 billion in 1 million death-benefit accounts managed by insurers — wasn’t actually sitting in a bank.
It was being held in Prudential’s general corporate account, earning investment income for the insurer. Prudential paid survivors like Lohman 1 percent interest in 2008 on their Alliance Accounts, while it earned a 4.8 percent return on its corporate funds, according to regulatory filings.
“I’m shocked,” says Lohman, breaking into tears as she learns how the Alliance Account works. “It’s a betrayal. It saddens me as an American that a company would stoop so low as to make a profit on the death of a soldier. Is there anything lower than that?”
Millions of bereaved Americans have unwittingly been placed in the same position by their insurance companies. The practice of issuing what they call “checkbooks” to survivors, instead of paying them lump sums, extends well beyond the military.
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