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Real leadership and ethics involve not even having the appearance of conflicts of interest. Also, Hillary is corrupt.

As a leader of an Internal Audit group, I do everything possible to ensure that my team is objective and that we are perceived as such.  Example: Some people we were auditing wanted to give my employees t-shirts, but I told them they couldn’t accept anything — not a t-shirt, not a lunch, not a #2 pencil.  They weren’t happy with that at first, but they came around to my reasoning.

The law of reciprocity is a fact of human nature in all cultures.  When your neighbor drops off a Christmas gift — no matter how nominal, such as a jar of jelly — 99% of people immediately have an instinct to want to reciprocate.  So even though you have no legal obligation to do so, your human nature drives you to it.  People know that, which is why so many businesses give gifts, entertainment and vacations to customers and politicians.  It has a proven impact on human behavior.

And even if it didn’t impact behavior, I still avoid those things because of appearances.  In my example, I think my employees would still be very objective in asking their basic audit questions.  But those getting audited might have thought it was influencing their work and others getting audited might have felt that they also had to provide gifts.

This is all why most of the donations to the Clinton Foundation are doubly wrong.  Even if the “donors” weren’t buying influence, it obviously gave the appearance of it.  Bill Clinton just “happened” to get huge speaking fees from groups who just “happened” to have business impacted by Hillary’s State Department.  That appearance alone should have stopped those arrangements.  But Hillary and her family benefit mightily through their Foundation with travel, salaries and more.  It is probably the most public and glaring abuse of monetizing one’s power in American history.  She should be in jail for this alone (not to mention the email server, Benghazi, etc.).

Thankfully, it sounds like this is getting investigated.  But Obama has an interest in suppressing this so Hillary can be elected and carry on his dream nightmare.  Via FBI’s Clinton probe expands to public corruption track:

“The agents are investigating the possible intersection of Clinton Foundation donations, the dispensation of State Department contracts and whether regular processes were followed,” one source said.The development follows press reports over the past year about the potential overlap of State Department and Clinton Foundation work, and questions over whether donors benefited from their contacts inside the administration.The Clinton Foundation is a public charity, known as a 501(c)(3). It had grants and contributions in excess of $144 million in 2013, the most current available data.

More here.

This was sort of inevitable. No sentient being ever saw the Clinton Foundation as anything other than a way to provide the Clintons with tax free income. No one ever thought that the Clintons and their inner circle were not enriching themselves by trading on Hillary’s position as Secretary of State. In fact, it is my contention that a significant number of the 1300+ classified emails held on Hillary Clinton’s private email server were US government information that was being used as currency to enrich Sid Blumenthal, his deceased crony Tyler Drumheller, and others.

It is clear that Bill and Hillary are wildly deceptive, greedy, vile and selfish.  The evidence for that could fill up the Interwebs.  The question is why the Leftists will vote for her anyway.  And the answer to that is simple: Abortions, LGBTQX perversions and coveting your neighbor’s money.

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Once again, the evil and deadliness of political correctness

Political correctness is the adult version of Jr. High peer pressure: People say things they know are false because they are afraid of being unpopular.  That would be irritating enough if the consequences weren’t so severe and often deadly.  See Muslim Gangs Drug & Rape Children All Over The UK for a recent example.

Also see Political correctness is deadly once again.

Shocking!

See OJ Simpson Finally Confesses to Murder.

“‘He told the producer: “Tell Oprah that yes, I did it. I killed Nicole, but it was in self-defence. She pulled a knife on me and I had to defend myself”,’ the insider was quoted as saying.”

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Is there anyone except the 12 morons who were on the original jury that is surprised by this revelation?

Of course it was self-defense! That’s why he went to his “attacker’s” home wearing gloves and carrying a big knife. He had to defend himself!

One of the more egregious side issues of the OJ case was how groups like NOW, the National Organization of (unaborted) Women, rushed to OJ’s defense.  Uh, what about that pesky domestic abuse issue, folks?  That so disturbed Tammy Bruce that she quit NOW (I think she was head of the California chapter at the time) and began to oppose them.

 

Sickening irony

As further news about Planned Parenthood’s deliberate coverups of statutory rape, underage prostitution and more come to light, false teacher Chuck Currie makes the following lament in Neil Goldschmidt’s Final Act Of Rape.

At one time, he called that relationship an “affair.”  It was rape.  A 35-year old man raping a 13-year year old girl.  That is the truth no matter how Goldschmidt tries to spin it.  In his statement this week, he raped her again.

But who is on the front lines supporting Planned Parenthood and ignoring their systematic hiding of statutory rape?  Chuck Currie and the like!

Hey Chuck: If that poor girl would have gone to almost any Planned Parenthood center they would have deliberately worked to hide the rape.  And you support them!

What sickening irony.

One free crime!

Super Policeman Mike catches bad guys with 1,375 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA. Cheech and Chong couldn’t even claim that was for personal use, so they were obviously big dealers.  So of course they go to prison for a really long time, right?   Not exactly:

It has been nearly 2 years since I seized this jackpot of green-ness. Know what the perps got for it? Probation and $5,000 fines! Pathetic!

That’s sad, but I’m not surprised.  I run an Internal Audit group.  We catch people stealing thousands of dollars of cash and/or property and they get no jail time plus an interest free loan — i.e., they pay back part of what they stole over time, but if they can’t afford to pay it back there are no consequences. 

One thief was a convicted felon who we fired after an external agency informed us of his record.  Turns out his record was past some sort of arbitrary time limit so he sued and we hired him back.  His repayment for our employment of him was to steal as much as he possibly could. And after his arrest he threatened physical harm to employees at the company.  Not exactly a serious case of repentance. 

Did he do time?  Nope, once again the prior felony was too old to hold against him.  Will he pay back the money?  Doubtful.  The sentence will require it but all he’ll have to do is claim he can’t afford it and he’ll be off the hook.

You really don’t want the public to know that you get one big “free” theft before you see any jail time! 

Please pretend you never read this post.

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Is the death penalty a deterrent?  Of course it is.

Another provocative one from the Wintery Knight: His guidelines on courtship for Christian men and women.  I would tweak it just a bit myself, but overall I find it to be very solid, biblical and insightful. 

I liked the Bumbling Genius’ take on the police officer who is unfamiliar with or indifferent to the First Amendment (“It ain’t America no more”).  I think the man’s sign was unproductive, but the officer’s reaction and the non-reaction of the media and the President are very troubling and hypocritical.

President Obama is bearing false witness about other bearing false witness.  He seems shocked that we’d claim that his plans include government funded abortions, even though that has always been his claim and more honest politicians concede the point.

Cheney calls Democrats soft on national security and slams Obama’s politicized CIA probe — Yep.

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Clinton to Receive Planned Parenthood’s Highest Award, named after eugenicist Margaret Sanger.  What a vile award. It speaks volumes that Clinton would be a recipient.  PP tries to downplay Sanger’s eugenics work as if it was just some quirky trait, but it was foundational to her philosophy.  Among other things, she would bribe black ministers so they would encourage their congregations to be sterilized.

eugenics [(yooh-jen-iks)] – The idea that one can improve the human race by careful selection of those who mate and produce offspring.

Note: Eugenics was a popular theory in the early twentieth century but is no longer taken seriously, primarily because of the horrors of the eugenic efforts of the Nazi regime in Germany.

Enjoy your award, Hillary.  Sanger would be proud that you aggressively support abortion policies that eliminate blacks at three times the rate of whites.

The Right to Bear Arms: Successes of the Week — Yea for well armed citizens and concealed weapons permits!  If only the media would trumpet these successes then perhaps more bad guys would consider another line of work — or at least a less violent form of theft, such as politics.  Criminals understand odds better than you think.

Rights, Religion, and the Soul of the Nation — Timely piece on a foundational issue with socialism and communism.  Polls show that “70% of mainline clergy believe the government should play a more active role in solving social problems and 90% of UCC clergy support more active government intervention in social issues,” and some “Christian” pastors (the fake kind) think that is something to be proud of.  But the consequences of government attempting to provide everything are horrific.  They fail miserably and leave drastic unintended consequences in their wake.

The idea that everyone has a right to everything and that it will all be provided by an omniscient and presumably beneficent government is a seductive one. Justice is, after all, a Christian virtue. In reality, however, a world of rights and distributive justice is dry, heartless, and dehumanizing. It is a world driven entirely by duty and, as such, it is a world that makes generosity and gratitude—two basic religious impulses—impossible. To use Martin Luther’s terms, it is a world of law with no room for grace. Where demands and duty rule the day, charity is superfluous. Schall writes:

“In a socialist world, no charity can exist because there can be no need that is unfulfilled by the commonality’s duty. It is a world in which there can be no gratitude. I can thank someone for giving me what is really his. I cannot thank him for giving me what is by rights already mine. “

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 The Devil is in the Details: Nightline Faceoff on Satan — a thorough and excellent piece on the televised debate on Satan’s existence between  Mark Driscoll and Anne Lobert (pro) and Deepak Chopra and Charles Pearson (con).

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News that you missed — because actors are more popular than war heroes.