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How Much Porn Does It Take To Get Fired At EPA?

 

EPA Porn

 

 

 

” As a U.S. House committee looked at allegations that a special homeland security unit within the Environmental Protection Agency was blocking investigations by the EPA’s Inspector General, lawmakers also veered into other internal probes at that agency, demanding to know why it is so difficult to get rid of federal workers involved in on-the-job misconduct.

” When we have an employee who is looking at over 600 porn sites in a four day period – and it’s there in black and white – fire them!” said Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT).

  At the hearing, investigators detailed for lawmakers how a six figure EPA employee had admitted watching large amounts of porn on the job; he remains on the payroll, but his case has been referred to the Justice Department for possible prosecution.

So this guy is making $125,000, spending two to six hours a day looking at porno,” said Rep. John Mica (R-FL), who was told by officials that the worker had been given performance awards – despite one time spending four straight hours on a website called, “Sadism is Beautiful.”

How much pornography would it take for an EPA employee to lose their job?” asked a frustrated Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA). “

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‘Operation Choke Point’: Way Out Of Control

 

 

 

 

Operation Choke Point

 

 

” The Justice Department’s “Operation Choke Point” is said to be targeted at online payday lenders that lend into states that prohibit payday lending. But the operation is being pushed far beyond its stated objective of targeting online payday lenders violating state laws and is having potentially devastating impact on lawful check cashing and small loan businesses. This in turn will cut off tens of millions of people from much needed access to money to meet emergency needs.

  According to the Washington Post (“Banks to payday lenders: Quit the business or we’ll close your account,” Danielle A. Douglas, April 11, 2014), one large bank informed a small financial firm in Minneapolis to get out of the payday lending business within 30 days or the bank would discontinue providing banking services to the firm.

  Another much larger diversified financial firm — let’s call it “FinCo” to protect the innocent — received the following letter from another large bank earlier this month:

  Providing quality service to our clients has been one of the keys to our success at [Gotham Bank]. Toward that end, we are committed to understanding, and satisfying, the needs of our clients. Unfortunately, difficult decisions are sometimes necessary in order to accomplish these important goals. Gotham Bank has made the decision to exit the business of providing commercial banking services to check cashers and related businesses. …

  Based on the foregoing, please be advised that we are exercising our right … to terminate your account relationship, effective July 30, 2014.

  Please make arrangements to close the accounts listed on the attached schedule, and have any direct deposits and/or automatic debits re-directed, by the Termination Date. …

  Also, in conjunction with the above, we are hereby notifying you [that the Treasury Master Service Agreement between your company and Gotham Bank] shall be terminated as of the Termination Date.

  The Gotham Bank officer signing the letter added a personal handwritten note to the chief executive officer of FinCo: “[John] — I am so sorry that we have made this change. I have always enjoyed working with all the folks at FinCo. …”

  No matter what your personal view may be of payday lending or check cashing services, Operation Choke Point should be both alarming and repugnant. It is a direct assault on the democratic system and free-market economy that have made the United States the most powerful and prosperous nation in world history.”

 

 

    In case you needed more anymore evidence of the Statist proclivities of the Obama Justice Dept , we now have them pressuring banks to refuse to do business with legal , but “undesirable” by the government’s standards , entities via official policies called Operation Choke Point .

   The targeted businesses include check cashing , ammunition sales , the adult film industry , dating services , on-line gambling and drug paraphernalia sales and while the reader may personally find some of these services objectionable , the fact remains that they are legal and as such should be afforded the same rights as any other business . To do otherwise sets a very dangerous precedent .

 

 

 

” No matter what your personal view may be of payday lending or check cashing services, Operation Choke Point should be both alarming and repugnant. It is a direct assault on the democratic system and free-market economy that have made the United States the most powerful and prosperous nation in world history.

  Without color of law and based on a political agenda, unelected bureaucrats at the Department of Justice are coordinating with some bank regulators to deny essential banking services to companies engaged in lawful business activities. Bankers operating under the yoke of an oppressive regulatory regime are being cowed into compliance.

  If lawful payday lenders and check cashers can be driven out of the banking system because someone in the government doesn’t like them or what they do, what lawful businesses are next?”

 

 

 

    Read on and pray your industry doesn’t fall out of favor with the State or you may find yourself joining the millions of others forced into the unemployment lines and into a life of government dependency . Cloward-Piven anyone ?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IRS Employees Used Company Credit Cards To Buy Close To $500,000 In Wine, Internet Porn, Diet Pills And More

 

 

Poor oversight by the Internal Revenue Service allowed workers to use agency credit cards to buy wine for an expensive luncheon, dorky swag for managers’ meetings and, for one employee, romance novels and diet pills, an agency watchdog said Tuesday.

Two IRS credit cards were used to buy online pornography, though the employees said the cards were stolen. One of the workers reported five agency credit cards lost or stolen.

IRS employees used agency credit cards to make more than 273,000 purchases totaling nearly $108 million in 2010 and 2011, according to the report by the Treasury inspector general for tax administration.

$3,152 to rent a popcorn machine and to buy prizes for an employee event, including bandanas, stuffed animals, sunglasses and stovepipe hats.

— $418 for novelty decorations and swag at managers’ meetings, including kazoos, bathtub toys and “Thomas the Tank Engine” wristbands.

— $119 for Nerf footballs that were never used and were found stored in a filing cabinet.

Inadequate procedures to identify, report and address inappropriate use leaves the IRS purchase card program vulnerable to repeated violations of applicable laws and regulations,” said J. Russell George, the Treasury inspector general for tax administration.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Groups Posting Controversial ‘Vagina’ Billboards On University Of Cincinnati Campus

 

 

 

 

 

” CINCINNATI – Temporary billboards placed on the University of Cincinnati campus are causing controversy among students.

Twelve billboard-sized photographs of vaginas will be placed outside McMicken Hall through Friday by the UC LGBTQ Alliance and UC Feminists. The student groups say the “Re-Envisioning the Female Body” project is their way of countering an abortion protest that happened on campus last year. (NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT: To find out more about the project, you can visit their Facebook page .)

The groups say The Genocide Project compared abortion and a woman’s choice to the holocaust.”

 

 

Another example of education dollars being well spent … LOL