Monday, February 12, 2018

"Illegal" Immigration in the Eyes of Teddy Rosevelt

“In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. 
But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American … There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag … We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language … and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”
Theodore Roosevelt’s ideas on Immigrants and being an AMERICAN in 1907.~ Theodore Roosevelt 1907

Origins:   Theodore Roosevelt was about to finish his first two-year term as governor of the state of New York when the Republican Party chose him as its candidate for vice president in the 1900 national election. The Republicans were victorious at the ballot box that year, but Roosevelt held the vice-presidency for less than a year before he was elevated to the White House upon the assassination of President William McKinley on 14 September 1901, thereby becoming the youngest person ever to hold the office of President of the United States. Roosevelt was elected to a full term as president in 1904, and among his many notable achievements was his selection as a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate for his part in the negotiations leading to the Treaty of Portsmouth that ended the Russo-Japanese War in 1905.

Although Roosevelt did not hold public office again after leaving the presidency in 1909 (his efforts to regain the White House as a third party candidate in 1912 proving unsuccessful), he remained active in the public political sphere. In the waning years of his life, as World War I raged in Europe and America entered the conflict on the side of the Allies, he frequently spoke of his belief that immigrants taking up residence in the U.S. should assimilate into American society as quickly as possible, learn the English language, eschew hyphenated national identities (e.g., “Italian-American”) and declare their primary national allegiance to the United States of America.
On 1 February 1916, for example, Roosevelt advocated measures for strengthening and ensuring the “loyalty” of American immigrants:

Theodore Roosevelt, speaking at a luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. Vincent Astor for the National Americanization Committee in the Astor Court Building, declared that one of the reasons why many German-Americans have shown greater love for their native land that for their adopted country is that the German system demands greater loyalty than is demanded in this country, and a greater contribution to the common welfare. “And all of you know I am free from a taint of neutrality,” he added, “so I can say this without suspicion.” The encouragement of better housing conditions and a compulsion to learn the English language, Colonel Roosevelt said, would help the process of Americanization.

“We cannot make the Americanization movement a success,” Colonel Roosevelt said, “unless we approach it from the economic standpoint. It is true that governmentally Germany is an autocracy. But there has been a great deal more industrial freedom there than many of our old industrial communities. The German Government says we expect you to work out good results, to get together with the laborer, and yourselves decide what you are going to pay to the doctors who are to pass upon the health of the employes, and the amount of damages any employe merits. The Government insists upon a great amount of self-government by the people themselves.
“I feel that by insistence upon proper housing conditions we shall indirectly approach this. I want to see the immigrant know that he has got to spend a certain amount of his money in decent housing; that he will not be allowed to live on $2.50 per month board basis.

“Let us say to the immigrant not that we hope he will learn English, but that he has got to learn it. Let the immigrant who does not learn it go back. He has got to consider the interest of the United States or he should not stay here. He must be made to see that his opportunities in this country depend upon his knowing English and observing American standards. The employer cannot be permitted to regard him only as an industrial asset.
“We must in every way possible encourage the immigrant to rise, help him up, give him a chance to help himself. If we try to carry him he may well prove not well worth carrying. We must in turn insist upon his showing the same standard of fealty to this country and to join with us in raising the level of our common American citizenship.

“If I could I would have the kind of restriction which would not allow any immigrant to come here unless I was content that his grandchildren would be fellow-citizens of my grandchildren. They will not be so if he lives in a boarding house at $2.50 per month with ten other boarders and contracts tuberculosis and contributes to the next generation a body of citizens inferior not only morally and spiritually but also physically.”1

A few months later, Roosevelt expanded on this theme in a series of Memorial Day speeches he delivered in
St. Louis:

Moral treason to the United States was charged by Mr. Roosevelt, in an address delivered before the City Club, against German-Americans who seek to make their governmental representatives act in the interests of Germany rather than this country. He characterized the German-American Alliance as “an anti-American alliance,” but added that he believed that its members “not only do not represent but scandalously misrepresent” the great majority of real Americans of German origin. Using the motto “America for Americans” for all Americans, whether they were born here or abroad, the former President declared that “the salvation of our people lies in having a nationalized and unified America, ready for the tremendous tasks of both war and peace.”

“I appeal to all our citizens,” the colonel said, “no matter from what land their forefathers came, to keep this ever in mind, and to shun with scorn and contempt the sinister intriguers and mischiefmakers who would seek to divide them along lines of creed, or birthplace or of national origin.”
Col. Roosevelt said he came to St. Louis to speak on Americanism — to speak of and condemn the use of the hyphen “whenever it represents an effort to form political parties along racial lines or to bring pressure to bear on parties and politicians, not for American purposes, but in the interest of some group of voters of a certain national origin or of the country from which they or their fathers came.”
He was equally against the native American of the wrong kind and for the immigrant of the right kind, the former President declared, but the immigrant who did not become in good faith an American “is out of place” in the United States. He said each nation should be judged by its conduct and that the United States should oppose encroachment on its own rights, whether Germany, England, France or Russia be guilty of misconduct.

“The effort to keep our citizenship divided against itself,” the colonel continued, “by the use of the hyphen and along the lines of national origin is certain to a breed of spirit of bitterness and prejudice and dislike between great bodies of our citizens. If some citizens band together as German-Americans or Irish-Americans, then after a while others are certain to band together as English-Americans or Scandinavian-Americans, and every such banding together, every attempt to make for political purposes a German-American alliance or a Scandinavian-American alliance, means down at the bottom an effort against the interest of straight-out American citizenship, an effort to bring into our nation the bitter Old World rivalries amd jealousies and hatreds.”2

In a Fourth of July speech in 1917, Roosevelt urged the adoption of linguistic uniformity, including a requirement that all foreign-language newspapers published in the U.S. should also include English translations:

Touching on the matter of language, Col. Roosevelt declared that “We must have in this country but one flag, and for the speech of the people but one language, the English language. During the present war all newspapers published in German, or in the speech of any of our foes, should be required to publish, side by side with the foreign text, columns in English containing the exact translation of everything said in the foreign language. Ultimately this should be done with all newspapers published in foreign languages in this country.”3

Likewise, on 27 May 1918, Roosevelt urged in a speech at Des Moines, Iowa, that English be the sole language of instruction used in American schools:

English as the sole language for schools, newspapers and other usage in this country was urged by Theodore Roosevelt in an address here tonight under the direction of the National Security League. […]
In voicing his approval of the recent proclamation by Gov. Harding, ordering that English be the only medium of instruction in public or private schools in Iowa, Col. Roosevelt said:

“This is a nation — not a polyglot boarding house. There is not room in the country for any 50-50 American, nor can there be but one loyalty — to the Stars and Stripes.”4

The comments quoted at this head of the page are more in the same vein; excerpts not from (as claimed in the accompanying text) a statement made by Theodore Roosevelt in 1907 (while he was still President), but from a letter written shortly before his death in January 1919, just a few months after the armistice that ended the fighting in World
War I:

NEW YORK, Jan. 6. — What was the last public statement by Col. Roosevelt was read last night at an “All-American concert” here under the auspices of the American Defense society, of which he was honorary president. “I cannot be with you and so all I can do is to wish you Godspeed,” it read. “There may be no sagging back in the fight for Americanism merely because the war is over.

“There are plenty of persons who have already made the assertion that they believe the American people have a short memory and that they intend to revive all the foreign associations which more directly interfere with the complete Americanization of our people. Our principle in this matter should be absolutely simple.
“In the first place we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here does in good faith become an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with every one else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed or birthplace or origin. But this is predicated upon the man’s becoming in very fact an American and nothing but an American.

“If he tries to keep segregated with men of his own origin and separated from the rest of America, then he isn’t doing his part as an American.

“We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization just as much as it excludes any foreign flag of a nation to which we are hostile. We have room for but one language here and that is the English language, for we intend to see that the crucible turns our people out as Americans, and American nationality, and not as dwellers in a polyglot boarding house; and we have room for but one soul [sic] loyalty, and that is loyalty to the American people.”5

A copy of this letter, obtained from the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress, can be viewed here.

Last updated:   23 September 2015


    3.   Boston Daily Globe.   “‘Moral Treason’ to Attack Allies.”
    5 July 1917   (p. 10).
    5.   The Chicago Daily Tribune.   “Abolish Hyphen Roosevelt’s Last Words to Public.”

    7 January 1919   (p. 4).
    1.   The New York Times.   “A Roosevelt Idea Made in Germany.”

    2 February 1916   (p. 5).
    2.   The Washington Post.   “T.R. Assails Wilson.”

    1 June 1916   (p. 1).
    4.   The Washington Post.   “Use Only English, Roosevelt Urges.”

    28 May 1918   (p. 2).
Organization of Above:

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Monday, January 29, 2018

Understanding Lawsuit Anatomy

Below is one of the many emails received from Jurisdictionary .  
As simple as remembering CAT?

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Lawsuit Anatomy

Learn lawsuit anatomy by spelling: CAT.
The 3 basic steps of every lawsuit are:.

  • Complaint
  • Answer
  • Trial
Start here, and you'll soon be operating like a pro in court, controlling judges and defeating crooked lawyers.

Of course, there's much more to winning, but it's all easy if you start with basic anatomy: CAT.

  • C = Complaint ... Where every case begins. Plaintiff complains by filing a Complaint. He alleges (1) what duty the defendant breached, (2) how the defendant breached the duty, and (3) how the plaintiff suffered damages (or is threatened with damages) as a direct result.

  • A = Answer ... Where defendant responds to plaintiff's Complaint by filing an Answer and Affirmative Defenses. In his Answer he admits or denies (or claims he lacks enough knowledge to admit or deny) each separate allegation of the plaintiff's Complaint. In his Affirmative Defenses he alleges facts that (if he can prove them) will relieve him of his obligation to plaintiff.

  • T = Trial ... Where the judge (or jury) decides the final verdict by examining admissible evidence, using plain old common sense to decide which facts presented are true, weighing each side's evidence to see which side has the greater weight of evidence, and then applying the law to determine who wins.
>>Plaintiffs file Complaints.
>>Defendants file Answers (and essential "Affirmative Defenses", as you will learn in my course.
>>Judges and juries examine the facts and law at trial to decide who wins.

During the process Motions and Discovery Tools are used by both sides to convince the court who should win.
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For example, there are 3 Motions the defendant can use to avoid filing an answer:

  1. Motion to Dismiss
  2. Motion to Strike
  3. Motion for More Definite Statement
All explained in the course.

At any time after the Complaint is filed, either side may use 5 discovery tools to get facts that may lead to admissible evidence:

  1. Admissions
  2. Production
  3. Interrogatories
  4. Depositions
  5. Subpoenas and other court orders
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Thursday, January 25, 2018

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Sunday, January 21, 2018

Make March Rememberance of Nancy Schaefer?

I've got a proposition: How about every year we make sure that "March is Nancy Schaefer Month!"
Please spread Nancy's message to all of your families, friends, groups and acquaintances in honor of this wonderful, Pro-Child, Pro-Family and anti-CPS corruption lady! Let's make sure that nobody can forget her or her message! Thank you.----HopeY

Yes, and unfortunately, Nancy died from an unfortunate death. However, we, as Family, need to focus on the Reform she was seeking as Senator.
  (Download the Senator's Letter, Titled "THE CORRUPT BUSINESS OF CHILD PROTECTIVE
", Rev: 09.25.08.  "Also, a Discussion Point brought up in this post on FB, Juvenile Dependency: Breaking The Cycle )
Here is a list of Senator Nancy Schaefer's Major Points:
  1. Call for an independent audit of the Department of Family and Children’s Services (DFCS) to expose corruption and fraud.
  2. Activate immediate change. Every day that passes means more families and children are subject to being held hostage.
  3. End the financial incentives that separate families.
  4. Grant to parents their rights in writing.
  5. Mandate a search for family members to be given the opportunity to adopt their own relatives.
  6. Mandate a jury trial where every piece of evidence is presented before removing a child from his or her parents.
  7. Require a warrant or a positive emergency circumstance before removing children from their parents. (Judge Arthur G. Christean, Utah Bar Journal, January, 1997 reported that “except in emergency circumstances, including the need for immediate medical care, require warrants upon affidavits of probablecause before entry upon private property is permitted for the forcible removal of children from their parents.”)
  8. Uphold the laws when someone fabricates or presents false evidence. If a parent alleges fraud, hold a hearing with the right to discovery of all evidence.
Senator Nancy Schaefer
50th District of Georgia

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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

PROOF, EVIDENCE, & FACTS: Words the News Media may Miss

Thoughts from Tony V. Zampella

  • PROOF, 
  • FACTS -
 both newscasters and news consumers need to consider this difference at a time when our President trades in gossip and conspiracy theories. 

I offer this framework as a reminder that helps me and may be necessary for the next four years.
EVIDENCE is more general and can include something that is told by someone. It is accepted only on belief. There may or may not be truth in all evidence. Think circumstantial evidence. 50 people in a room might see the same evidence and reach difference conclusions. 

FACT is a truth that can be proven. The stock market dropped 100 points (facts) is a provable truth. 50 people in a room would all agree on this statement. 

PROOF requires a standard. A puddle of water outside (fact) might be evidence of rain, but it might also be the result of a broken water valve. Proof might include more that three puddles along two streets (facts), plus a witness (evidence), plus wet leaves on trees lining the street (facts) in the area.

 Here's another way to see this:
  • Consensus of evidence = FACT.
  • Consensus of fact = PROOF.
  • Consensus of proof = consensus of evidence + consensus of fact.
The strength of each is significant. Someone saying something on Twitter is gossip; if they include the article where they saw it, that includes some evidence; if that article includes specific testimony, research, or surveys this includes some facts. In most cases, none of this is proof.

 We tend to act on everything as if it is proof when it is usually gossip (hearsay), or at best, evidence.

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File a Complaint Against a Psychiatrist.

Google "file a complaint against a psychiatrist".
Or just Google the two words "psychiatrist" & "complaint".

Who rules?

The PsychSearch complaint form!
Which explains the robust number of complaints being filed against USA psychiatrists!

Please help us get #1 DONE on THE PLAN!



1. A psych patient fills out the online complaint form at  (So, put that link on your websites, blogs,
social media or just do something old-fashioned like talk to somebody! Use whatever
expertise you have, make the complaint form known!) 

2. The completed form is delivered directly to the psych's licensing agency. Kablam!
(States won't lift a finger until they receive a complaint!)  The beauty of this form is
that it gets delivered STRAIGHT to the psych's licensing agency.  No delays, No vias.

3. When the State takes action and the discipline records become public we scoop
them up and post them online for the world to see. In our estimation, the only way
to expose psychiatrists is with documentation!  Plop the psych records on the table. 
Argument is over!

4. The records are flipped to the press. (they can't keep their hands off this stuff!
(Sex, big names, big money, controversy, violence, etc.)

More psych patients see the news stories and say "that ain't nuthin! you should hear
what my psychiatrist did!"  and then files his/her own complaint. (Step 1)

Steps 1, 2, 3, 4 are continuously repeated.

You already know the horror stories.

So, do Step #1 and do Earth a favor.

Ken Kramer
Make this psychiatrist complaint form well-known:
"It is a simple and deadly formula.  Less steps than baking a cake."

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Sunday, November 12, 2017

CA: Civil Rights Defense Training Workshop: Sacramento~Nov. 17-18th

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Who: Civil Rights Attorney, L. Wallace Pate and Rosie Vincent, Family Advocate
What: Civil Rights Defense Training
When: Friday November 17th~6-9PM with 1 hour Q&A and
            Saturday the 18th~
8-9-Noon...break for lunch and follow up with Q&A
                                             plus 1 hour more if needed? AND 3-6pm

Where: Folsom VFW (Get Directions)
Please coordinate with Christi Ashley, Krista Ricci, Julie Su Brown, Pamela Olsen with Save Our Children. I would like you all to also connect with Fatima Brown so she can help connect others to
this meeting. (All members on FB)

If you are in the San Francisco area please coordinate with Michelle Chan as we will be San Francisco on Sunday the 19th.
  • Please bring all papers and documents with you and if you can make it to both areas I suggest that you do. 
Even though Wallace is a civil rights attorney she guides a lot of parents on how to get their children back! Please share this post.

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  • Medical Battery
  • Sexual Assault and Rape
  • Premises Liability
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Folsom VFW

Stuff for me to do:

@Chuck Ferrari can you make a template of some sign-up sheet/parent forms? they must be individual forms for privacy issues and on that form it will have the name and phone number and what they would like to be involved in the movement what can they do as well as a brief of their case information if they want

@Chuck Ferrari can also format something he's great at it I'm not really remembering what Krista has sorry

also please when we make up a flyer or post on this meeting please ask parents to bring their detention report, petition report and jurisdiction report as well as their last minute order. Those are all separate but in my opinion I would just bring everything but I have those particularly set aside. Then she needs someone to print out a blank petition so she can explain all the codes 300 A-J so parents can know and understand So they respond accordingly

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