The first installment, "The Democratic Taxman", chronicles my ordeal concerning the valuation of my land as it pertains to property taxes. I never, in my wildest dreams, thought that the local county taxing authority would stoop to tactics of, or the strong appearance of, conspiracy, fraud, theft, harassment, and violation of state law and my federal civil rights. As you will see, and the facts prove, this is exactly what happened.
The second installment, "Made In America", partially explains how, in the depths of the "great recession", businesses, from small landscaping firms to multinational conglomerates, could generate trillions of dollars in record-setting profits. This would have been impossible without the collusion of local, state, and federal governments. We examine the machinations and "follow the money". This article also exposes the fact that our governments have stood by, watched, took no action, and literally aided and abetted the foreign invasion of our country.
The third installment examines "The Medical Calamity", a close look at the medical "industry", including medical insurance, and all of this before the fiasco of the "Affordable Care Act". As we discovered, the breadth and depth of misinformation and incompetence is eclipsed only by government bungling.
The series concludes with perhaps the saddest travesty, "And Justice For All", which details my attempt to exact some measure of justice for my wife involving the third installment. As I painfully learned, the current "justice system" in this country is a nonsensical farce.
As all four narratives clearly demonstrate, numerous persons named in these events were allowed to break a myriad of laws with apparent immunity. If I committed these infractions, I would be jailed for a very lengthy term.
The largest question, with these four areas and others, is what can be done to actually fix these monumental problems? Once an infection is allowed to fester for thirty years or more, it is very difficult, if not impossible, to remedy.
Examine the facts and evidence presented, then decide how you would react were these same events to confront you. It is highly likely that, in your lifetime, you will face at least one of these hardships. Good luck, you will most certainly need it. I wish you more success than I had.