UPCOMING: “We Will Live with Increased Risk of Water-borne Illness” –Director of Water Quality at Oklahoma DEQ

During a multiple-year budgetary battle with the Oklahoma Legislature, the Water Quality Division of the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality was assembled.  This is a group of about a hundred people in attendance. A senior manager informs us that in response to the legislature's budget tightening, she will re-allocate efforts away from the engineers providing … Continue reading UPCOMING: “We Will Live with Increased Risk of Water-borne Illness” –Director of Water Quality at Oklahoma DEQ

An Introduction to Workplace Mobbing

Concurrently posted from original on September 28, 2017 by adminsecsocproj Mobbing in the workplace or other organizations is phenomenon affecting adults in their places of activity. This article is intended to accompany a video of the same title located at the video channel entitled: vid.me/The_Mobbing_Stop.  The direct link to this particular video is: https://vid.me/0W9Gu   (A … Continue reading An Introduction to Workplace Mobbing

O’Keefe Rallying Tech Whistleblowers to Combat Silico-tyrants

I believe we are beginning an era when the tyrants of government, academia and commerce are going to fall hard.  We saw the banning of Alex Jones from YouTube today.  The world is having its fill of Mark Zuckerberg's ever pubescent-staged antics of Facebook.  Eric Schmidt's behavior hacking the 2016 election (and of course not … Continue reading O’Keefe Rallying Tech Whistleblowers to Combat Silico-tyrants

For Those Who Suffer Injustice, Remember, What Comes Around, Goes Around

I have opportunity to speak with a growing number of those who have been battered by their attempts to carry out their jobs well or to act as a whistleblower and--in turn--have received harsh treatment because of it.  Some have lost everything in order to serve the public or simply to serve righteousness.  To those … Continue reading For Those Who Suffer Injustice, Remember, What Comes Around, Goes Around

Bertrand Russell on Truth Telling

I use to explain to the students in my laboratory classes not to fudge results of measurements and experiments.  The truth--and I firmly believe this--is always more interesting regardless of what you may believe at first. In a legal sense, assuming that you are behaving properly for sure, the truth is always your best friend … Continue reading Bertrand Russell on Truth Telling

How Government Officials Cloak Themselves in a Sham of Fake Legality and Fake Authority

When government officials become complacent in their sketchy, dishonest, or even illegal activities--they begin to make mistakes.  They abusively use the tools of bureaucracy and law as shields and weapons against honest civil servants, reformers, whistleblowers and the rare decent--and independent--politician. These crooked bureaucrats feel protected.  If necessary, they will make things up in order … Continue reading How Government Officials Cloak Themselves in a Sham of Fake Legality and Fake Authority