Rep. Mills Calls For Resignation of North Carolina Secretary of State

Mills Cites Widespread Improper Certifications of Illegal Aliens as Notaries Public by North Carolina’s Secretary of State Breitbart by Ian Mason March 28, 2017 North Carolina State Rep. Chris Mills is calling for the state’s Democratic Secretary of State to resign amid a growing scandal about her office granting the legal power of notary public to hundreds of illegals, potentially enabling them to approve absentee ballots requests by illegal aliens. “If you choose not to resign, please know that I will proceed with all legislative actions, including a resolution of impeachment,” Mills said in a March 27 letter to Secretary … Continue reading

February OIG Report Scathing On SSA Recipients Control Methods

OIG Summary Report Social Security Audit A-09-16-50159 Summary Individual Representative Payees Who Do Not Have a Social Security Number in the Social Security Administration’s Payment Records OIG in its February 2017 report was tasked with determining whether the Social Security Administration (SSA) had adequate controls to ensure it recorded individual representative payees’ Social Security numbers (SSN) in its payment records. SSA is required to obtain the SSNs of representative payee applicants. SSA then uses the representative payee’s SSN to (1) verify the payee’s identifying information; (2) determine whether the payee applicant is receiving Old-Age, Survivors and Disability Insurance or Supplemental … Continue reading

Kentucky Attorney Pleads Guilty To Role In $550 Million SSA Disability Fraud Scheme

Kentucky Attorney Pleads Guilty To Role In $550 Million SSA Disability Fraud Scheme Office of Inspector General Social Security Administration March 24, 2017 DoJ Press Release According to an OIG Press Release issued March 24, 2017, Former Kentucky Attorney Eric Christopher Conn was indicted in April 2016 but went before U.S. District Judge Danny C. Reeves of the Eastern District of Kentucky to one count of theft of government money and one count of payment of gratuities on March 24, 2017 where he pleaded guilty to charges for his role in a scheme to fraudulently obtain $550 million in federal disability payments … Continue reading

Democrat Actions Are Bordering On Anarchy

–#– –#– A Brockton lawmaker is defending a controversial Facebook post in which she warned of impending federal immigration raids in the city, saying she was “just forwarding a rumor” that was already widespread. State Rep. Michelle DuBois said it was unclear if there were even “raids” by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the city, despite her warning of one today and tomorrow, but claimed there have already been “many” in and around Brockton. “If you are undocumented don’t go out on the street. If there is a knock on the door of your house and you don’t know … Continue reading

Understanding SJ Res 34 – What’s At Stake – Citizen Internet Privacy or More Democrat Malarkey

  Democrats and their mouthpieces have made this resolution a screaming point today. What they have to say may only be part of the truth. So before we all freak out, let’s consider what we know. First, FCC has overstepped on several issues just like other Obama-led agencies in an attempt to usurp law. Just like others, the effect of their attempt to “make” law without knowing how it affects the broader base economically or our citizens, without studying all of the issues, and in order to appear more important than other agencies has resulted in a stalled and overburdened populace … Continue reading

Facial Recognition Front and Center – FBI In The Hot Seat

FACE RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY: DOJ and FBI Need to Take Additional Actions to Ensure Privacy and Accuracy   Jason Chaffetz: FBI Assistant Director Misleads Congress Published on Mar 22, 2017 March 22, 2017 House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform US GAO Report GAO-17-489T: Published: Mar 22, 2017 What GAO Found. In May 2016, GAO found that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had not fully adhered to privacy laws and policies and had not taken sufficient action to help ensure accuracy of its face recognition technology. GAO made six recommendations to address these issues. As of March 2017, the Department … Continue reading

Procedural Question Being Decided In Supreme Court

What happens when the procedure for federal courts breaks down across the nation? Where each district rules on a single procedure differently? SCOTUS has to decide.   This is the case before the Supreme Court right now. Lee v. United States is a case docketed for oral argument during the October 2016 term of the U.S. Supreme Court. Argument in the case is scheduled for March 28, 2017. The case comes on a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. The case: A legal, nonresident alien pleaded guilty to a charge on the … Continue reading

Scenes From The Nunes / Comey Hearings

Courtesy of The Conservative Treehouse blog “The Last Refuge”, here’s the best reveal of James Comey’s allegiance to King Putt, and his too-clever efforts to obfuscate that fact, seen to date. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/03/27/the-case-against-fbi-director-comey-grows-intel-committee-chair-devin-nunes-explains-need-for-white-house-scif-visit/ The Case Against FBI Director Comey Grows – Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes Explains Need for White House SCIF Visit… Posted on March 27, 2017 by sundance Throughout the day today liberal media have been trying to make a controversy over House Intel Committee Chairman Devin Nunes visiting the White House on the day prior to his press conference revealing surveillance of Trump transition team members. The implication of … Continue reading

Terrible Two’s Tantrums Strike Congress – Again

Judge Gorsuch Committee Vote Delayed By Senate Another hurdle … Western Journalism by Jeff Neukom March 27, 2017 President Donald Trump’s nominee to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat of the late Antonin Scalia has yet another hurdle to clear before he is confirmed, as the Senate Democrats on Monday delayed an initial committee vote for one week. The Judiciary Committee met at noon on Monday, reaching their decision based on objections from Democrats who expressed discontent with a number of Judge Neil Gorsuch’s answers during his confirmation hearing that began March 20. The decision follows statements from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer who said a … Continue reading

Government Idiocy in HUD Exposed By IG Audits

Recently I read an article in an off mainstream site about the shock Dr. Carson probably received once he became HUD Secretary. The article was ” Audit on HUD reveals billions in bookkeeping errors” by Tracey Matheson on March 7. 2017. The lead paragraph said: “Despite officials from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) correcting $520 billion in bookkeeping errors, the department’s financial records have been so poorly kept that HUD’s inspector general (IG) cannot complete an audit of them.” As Julián Castro left the secretary position after having held the post since 2014, he told Dr. Carson, … Continue reading

Ouch – AG Sessions Issues A Serious Warning To Sanctuary Cities And States

Ouch – About time we see action designed to keep our citizens safe! Sessions warning will more than likely fall on deaf ears and it will only be when the cities and states feel the pinch of the results of their careless disregard for law and order through a loss of funds that it will sink in. I am happy to see this happening but issue a warning – these criminal activities by mayors, enforcement, and some states is going to be a serious problem. Still – it is time we hold these people to the fire for their behavior. –Uriel–

My Two-Cents on Healthcare Insurance

I am totally disgusted with Paul Ryan and the “Peloski-esk” way they attempted to ram this Obamacare replacement through Congress. So instead of just ranting, which is a useless endeavor, I decided to come up with my own version. It involves all federal agencies like Social Security and HHS as well as the state insurance commissions. It includes HUD, Medicare, Medicaid, and any other necessary programs. It does not make any different provisions for military families or veterans because they deserve and should receive the same level of care as any non-veteran or non-military; Nor does it distinguish between federal, state, … Continue reading

Gary North Predicted Paul (Boehner Junior) Ryan’s Healthcare Sellout Six Years Ago

Two days ago The Conservative Treehouse blog ran a fine analysis of the deliberate deep-sixing of healthcare reform by the combines vested interests of the UniParty Dems and RINOS, the insurance industry, big labor, and progressives.  About six years ago, Gary North predicted this would happen.  But few outside the ranks of the then-significant Tea Party paid any attention.  Offered here are both stories.  First, from the 6 November 2010 edition of North’s “Specific Answers” column: John Boehner’s “GobGop” Plan to Sell Out the Tea Party in 2013. It Will Begin in January 2011. First, you must understand that Boehner … Continue reading

Raw Truth From A Victim of Pedophilia, Sex Trafficking, and Pizzagate Activities

This is a follow-up to my just released blog “Liberals continue to turn a blind eye putting our children at risk” and is in keeping with several posts here at Hardnox over the last six months on Pizzagate, missing and abused children, and the immensity of the problem. Pimps on the street are often fairly easy to spot but not those who are the money-people financing them. Every day men and women with powerful allies and huge personal wealth are abusing and in cases murdering people who investigate or bring to light all of their darkest secrets. The more we … Continue reading

Liberals Continue To Turn A Blind Eye Putting Our Children At Risk

  One of the touchiest areas to discuss at any time is Rape. It is a very intimate and personal issue that many across the country face–female or male and newborn to elderly. Children have always solicited emotional responses and for a very long time have been the focus of efforts to improve their lives. Rape in general but in particular against children is heinous and cowardly. Adults are deserve sentencing to the maximum extent of the law. In the case of repeat offenders they deserve castration or death. Teens who commit such a vile act against others especially young ones … Continue reading

Comey’s Oh Crap Moments at March 20th Grilling

In case you missed or chose not to see the entire rounds of questioning of Comey, here are few highlights you might be interested in. Watching a master “Grill Sargeant” at work is always interesting. This is a montage of Gowdy’s sessions with Comey. In this, Comey admits to beginning a FBI investigation on Trump’s political team in JULY 2016 and also there is an Ongoing investigation which means he can’t say anything except in closed session. Paying particular attention to Comey’s eyes and facial expressions give his “oh crap” moments away. However, now we have a newbie that with maturity … Continue reading

Flint, Michigan Tip of Looming Infrastructure Crisis

Americans have over the years come to believe they have the best infrastructure of most countries in the world. We have generously provided aid to many countries and yet ignored our own aging infrastructure. A few incidents over the years have barely scratched the surface of public awareness or alarm — until Flint, Michigan. After the shocking revelations of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan spanning almost ten years in jarring reports and stifled truth, several officials and to a lesser degree EPA have been reprimanded or in a few cases lost their jobs because of miscalculations, bad judgement, ignoring … Continue reading

New ICE Database List Highlights Concerns About National Security Risks

Breitbart by Ben Kew March 20, 2017 In an attempt to increase pressure on sanctuary cities, the Department of Homeland Security has published its first weekly list of all 118 localities refusing to cooperate with the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown. Each week, the list will publish every detention request rejected by local jails — detailing the relevant agency, the status of the immigrant, and the charges they are facing. The first report was published this Monday, listing 206 cases in which illegal aliens were arrested and consequently released from jail without charge, despite recommendations from the Immigration and Crime Enforcement … Continue reading