Thursday, December 31, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 31, 2020

 Program notes

The governor’s latest executive order allows all businesses to open except those operated by Thomas Peinhof (beep! beep!). The governor tests our credulity concerning furloughs. The marijuana wars continue. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

The card

  • The    governor v. Thomas Peinhoh (More)
  • The Governor v. Reality
  • GVB v. Clynt
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English


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Wednesday, December 30, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 30, 2020

 Program notes December 30

I have a memo called Common Sense Considerations. I’ll start the card with one of these every day for a while. James Woke Moylan has sworn in a posse of senators elect to sponsor some tax cut legislation. The governor’s latest executive order allows all businesses to open except those operated by Thomas Peinhof (beep! beep!) President Trump is holding out for a repeal of § 230.Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

The card

  • Jim W. v. The Republican Minority
  • The    governor v. Thomas Peinhoh
  • Trump v. § 230
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English


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Tuesday, December 29, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 29, 2020

 Program notes December 29, 2020

I have a memo called Common Sense Considerations. I’ll start the card with one of these every day for a while. As predicted Dominion is suing Rudy and Sidney. In response to Jim M’s call yesterday I’ll expound on anti SLAPP laws. Today is a day for lawsuits. I’ll comment on the suit involving Twitter and Hunter Biden’s laptop and also Mike San Nicolas v. RevTax. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

Today’s card

  • Dominion v. Giuliani and Powell (anti SLAPP)
  • Mac Isaac v. Twitter
  • Mike San Nicolas v. RevTax
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Monday, December 28, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 28, 2020

 Program notes December 28, 2020

The governor got tired of losing quarantine cases before Judge Iriarte so she “took it all the way to the Supreme Court. I’ll explain the reason, other than the mayor of Yigo being on strike, that I won’t be getting the vaccine. As predicted Dominion is suing Rudy and Sidney. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.


The card 

  • Governor v. Judge Iriarte
  • The Vaccine v. Aborted Fetuses MORE
  • Dominion v. Giuliani and Powell
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Thursday, December 24, 2020

COVID-19: THE VATICAN VS "ONTIC EVIL" - AND SICKNESS & DEATH ARE PREMORAL EVILS

 On The Mass Never Ends

https://1timothy315.blogspot.com/2020/12/covid-19-vatican-vs-ontic-evil-and.html

STILL....

 


BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 24, 2020 - MARY CHRIST'S MASS

Program notes for December 24, 2020

The moral dilemma presented by vaccines developed using cell lines from aborted fetuses kicks off the show. Next, I’ll go into Trump, vetoes and stimulus payments. Yesterday we noted that courts haven’t been friendly to causes of action like Tom     Peinhof’ s. Today I’ll tell you about baseball’s attempts to collect from insurance companies for “damage” caused by the Wuhan Virus. Lee Webber posed an interesting question based on the need for GovGuam employees given our recent experience. Fox’s drift to the left has benefited Newsmax. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

The card

  • The Vaccine v. Aborted Fetuses
  • Newsmax v. Fox
  • Trump V. Congress
  • Baseball v. Insurance
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Wednesday, December 23, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 23, 2020

Program notes for December 23, 2020

Yesterday we started the discussion of Sabina Perez as an animal rights activist. And as asked “Why is “Pedo” sabotaging her efforts?” Troy on Kandit News revisited the Michael Ehlert case and Ehlert’s release from prison. Courts haven’t been friendly to causes of action like Tom     Peinhof’ s. When it comes to sex even some MD’s are in the dark. Democrats show that identity politics trumps (ha! ha!) meritocracy. Fox’s drift to the left has benefited Newsmax. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.


The card

  • Pedo v. Perez
  • Courts v. Peinhof
  • Troy v. Underwood
  • The Left v. Meritocracy
  • The Left v. Nature
  • Newsmax v. Fox
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Tuesday, December 22, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 22, 2020

Program notes for December 22, 2020

We’re still talking about marijuana and the CCB. And now Adrian Cruz is recognized as an olfactory expert. The Left’s combat against the judiciary and the Electoral College grabs some attention. The governor celebrates our Washington Delegate. Mike who?!! Sabina Perez is an animal rights activist. Why is “Pedo” sabotaging her efforts? Courts haven’t been friendly to causes of action like Tom Peinhof’s. Fox’s drift to the left has benefited Newsmax. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

The Card

  • Adrian Cruz v. Manure
  • Governor v. MSN (see Mazie Hirono)
  • Pedo v. Perez
  • Courts v. Peinhof
  • The Left v. The Electoral College
  • Newsmax v. Fox
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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ROCA A ROCKA AND APURON ET AL

Ex-Client Sues Am Law 200 Firm Over Its Catholic Church Representation, Alleging Conflict



A New Mexico woman is suing Phoenix-based Lewis Roca, alleging the firm steered her away from suing a Catholic school she attended.

By Justin Henry | December 10, 2020 at 07:05 PM

JW Note: As JW readers may remember, the legal firm headed by the name "Lewis Roca," was quite prominent a few years ago in the battle of "the Faithful vs Apuron." 

You can read all the Roca-related stories here

Apuron (circa 2015-16) had retained the Roca firm to to "prove" that he (Apuron) had not legally alienated the "Yona property" (aka "Redemptoris Mater Seminary" - then valued near $70M) and signed said property over to the Gennarini-controlled Neocat operation in the United States and the Pacific. 

Of particular note is Apuron's published challenge inviting anyone who wanted to, to personally review the Roca decision. But such persons could only review the decision between the dates of Apr. 19 and Apr. 24 (2015) and, while the document was 20 pages long, said document could not be duplicated, copied, videographed, photographed, etc., and could only be reviewed in the presence of the Chancery staff WHILE STANDING at the chancery desk. 

CCOG-retained attorney, Jaques Bronze, did in fact attempt to "review" the Roca decision. Mr. Bronze was forced by the Apuron operatives to stand while reading the 20-page document and prohibited from making copies or taking notes. You can read the entire "Bronze file" here

In short, the whole Roca matter was another Apuron farce, and it all came tumbling down in the end - as most people in the Archdiocese of Agana - if not the whole world - now now...since Apuron has been - by the pope himself - absolutely exiled form the Archdiocese of Agana. 

It is also of note that while Roca was based in Denver - an NCW stronghold in 2015 during the Apuron fiasco, in the current story, Roca is now a Phoenix-based firm and has other partners. Hmmm. 

Our advice to Roca is to stop taking money from the Neocat operatives and survive while you can.

Cannot say more now. Copied below is the article as published at Law.Com. (Highlights by JW)


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    A New Mexico woman is suing her former lawyers at Phoenix-based law firm Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie for malpractice related to its representation of her in bringing allegations that she was sexually abused by a Catholic school teacher.

    Attorneys for the former client, referred to as “Jane Doe” in the suit to protect her identity, said Lewis Roca attorneys steered her away from filing a civil lawsuit against Rhode Island Catholic institution Portsmouth Abbey School for failing to protect her from a predatory teacher when she was a student from 2012 to 2014. It wasn’t until the middle of 2020 when “Doe” learned that she could have brought a civil case against the school had she done so before turning 21, according to the suit.

    The complaint also argues that Lewis Roca failed to disclose to “Doe” potential conflicts of interest in representing her due to the school’s payment of her case’s lawyer’s fees and the firm’s history of    defending the Catholic Church against claims brought by survivors of clerical abuse.

    “If you have such a clear conflict where you routinely represent the church in cases brought by victims of sexual abuse, you have an obligation to tell that to a prospective or new client who has a potential case against the church, because there’s an obvious conflict there,” Neil Gehlawat, an attorney with Los Angeles firm Taylor & Ring who is representing the unnamed plaintiff, said in an interview.

    The suit, filed Dec. 1 in the Bernalillo County, New Mexico, Second Judicial District Court, seeks compensatory and consequential damages, reasonable costs of the suit and “such further relief as the court may deem just proper and appropriate.”

    Reached for comment Wednesday, a spokesperson for Lewis Roca said in an emailed statement that the claims in Doe’s suit are without merit.

    “The firm intends to respond to the complaint by showing that the written scope of the firm’s engagement was narrow and did not include the subjects alleged in the complaint, and that the firm did not have a conflict of interest. We know the true facts will come out, and the firm looks forward to its day in court,” the firm statement said.

    The Jane Doe plaintiff retained Lewis Roca in early 2017, the complaint alleged, after years of harassment and sexual abuse by a former teacher at Portsmouth Abbey School, which started in 2012 when she was a 15-year-old sophomore. Following her departure to college in the fall of 2014, she was reportedly able to “gain clarity” on what Michael Bowen Smith had done to her, the complaint said.

    As a result, her parents reported the abuse to the school, who then allowed Smith to resign, the complaint said. The former teacher then began a “relentless pattern of harassment and cyber-stalking behavior” against his former student from 2015-2017, the suit alleges, including tracking her online and sending her “threatening and bizarre” emails.

    The school directed the former student to a consultant who referred her to Lewis Roca, the complaint said, which provided legal services for Doe from February to November of 2017.

    But the law firm failed to inform her about a potential civil case she could bring against the school, the complaint said. Instead, Lewis Roca attorneys told the client she should let them pursue a temporary restraining order against Smith alone, and that her case involved domestic violence.

    “The teacher, Smith, was in his mid to late 40s when he abused plaintiff, who was a teenager,” the lawsuit says. “Smith was her teacher. Plaintiff was at a boarding school, far from her parents’ home. After the abuse ended, the perpetrator continued to cyberstalk plaintiff. And yet, these lawyers deemed this to be a ‘domestic violence’ case, presumably meaning one between two adults who co-habited together or had a similar type of relationship.”

    The firm also failed to inform Doe that they routinely defended the Catholic Church in claims brought by abuse survivors, and had a potential conflict of interest when Portsmouth Abbey paid for plaintiff’s lawyers’ fees, the complaint alleged. 

    Lewis Roca’s religious institutions practice has represented the Catholic Church in numerous cases involving abuse claims for upwards of 20 years, according to the firm’s website.

    Attorneys at Lewis Roca dropped the case in November 2017, after the client turned 21, which meant the Rhode Island statute of limitations now barred her from bringing a civil case against the school, the complaint said.

    Gehlawalt said he and David Ring, who is representing Doe with him, are also bringing a federal lawsuit against the school for failing to protect her from sexual abuse by Smith, and against Smith himself. That case was filed Dec. 1 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Rhode Island.

    The Jane Doe plaintiff is also being represented by local counsel Martinez, Hart, Thompson & Sanchez of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Monday, December 21, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 21, 2020

Program notes December 21, 2020

We’re still talking about marijuana and the CCB. Tody the phenomenon of rent seeking is examined in the context of Canabis Control. Underwood moved up on the card so that his “double whammy” on Christmas can occur before Christmas is over. The Left’s combat against the judiciary and the Electoral College grabs some attention. Fox’s drift to the left has benefited Newsmax. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.


The Card

  • Rent Seeking v. CCB [GVB v. Cannabis Control Board
  • Underwood’s Double Whammy v. Christmas
  • The Left v. Judiciary [Democrats v. Big Law
  • The Left v. The Electoral College
  • Newsmax v. Fox
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Friday, December 18, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 18, 2020

Program notes

The People v. Dave Highsmith provides the opportunity to reflect on trial by combat and Dick the Butcher. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

Today’s card

  • The People v. Dave Highsmith
  • GVB v. Cannabis Control Board
  • Underwood’s Double Whammy v. Christmas
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Thursday, December 17, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 17, 2020

Program Notes for December 17

Yesterday I showed that the CCU shows that it can be arbitrary and capricious in advance when dealing with the Sunshine Law. We have our own David v. Goliath as Lubovsky takes on the medical establishment. Today the sunshines brighter on the CCU as Troy points out the stupidity of the legislature. The People v. Dave Highsmith provides the opportunity to reflect on trial by combat and Dick the Butcher. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

The Card

  • Troy v. The Legislature
  • David Lubofsky v. Doctors or David v. Goliath
  • People v. Dave Highsmith
  • Underwood’s Double Whammy v. Christmas
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Wednesday, December 16, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 16, 2020

Program notes for December 16

Yesterday I said that SCOTUS screwed us all by punting instead of deciding the case of TX v. PA. Today I address an article form the Federalist holding that the Supremes did conservatives a favor. The CCU shows that it can be arbitrary and capricious in advance! The People v. Dave Highsmith provides the opportunity reflect on trial by combat and Dick the Butcher. Jack Hattig repeats the myth about the Chamorro Land Trust. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

The card

  • A Conservative SCOTUS? v. Texas and Us
  • The CCU v. Tall Tales and Transparency
  • David Lubofsky v. Doctors
  • People v. Dave Highsmith
  • Jack Hattig v. Accuracy
  • Underwood’s Double Whammy v. Christmas
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Tuesday, December 15, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DECEMBER 15, 2020

Program Notes December 15

Having addressed a hotly contested local election case brought by Javier Atalig, Tall Tales goes national with the case filed by the state of Texas. SCOTUS screwed us all by punting instead of deciding the case. Virginia’s governor and David Lujan give rise to a “who decides?” question. Judge Sukola doesn’t want to be a judicial Rodney Dangerfield. Jack Hattig repeats the myth about the Chamorro Land Trust. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

Today’s card

  • SCOTUS v. Texas and Us
  • Gov. Northam & David Lujan v. The Church
  • Judge Sukola v. Joe Carbullido
  • Jack Hattig v. Accuracy
  • Underwood’s Double Whammy v. Christmas
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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HERE COME THE JUDGE

 


A letter authored by Attorney David Lujan was printed in the Guam Daily Post today. 

Parents choose godparents, not the Catholic church


- The letter is copied below in black and my comments are in red. - 

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On Nov. 21, the Pacific News Center carried a story about Lt. Gov. Tenorio being prohibited from being a godfather for the sole reason he is in a same-sex relationship.

While PNC may have "carried a story," that's not the story. The story is that no one can be a godparent in the Catholic Church who doesn't qualify. It doesn't matter what their sexual orientation is. Those qualifications can be found in the Code of Canon Law beginning at Canon 872.  As the author of the letter to the Post is an attorney, he will appreciate where the statute can be found.

The choice of who is to be godparents belongs solely to the parents, not the church. Parents bestow the privilege upon a person because of a long-term relationship, and, belief in certain qualities perceived in whom they believe will help raise, guide, and be a good example for the child. No priest is qualified to contradict the parent’s choice.

It appears that the author may be referencing the cultural meaning of "godparents" given the qualities he sets forth for the choice of godparents. However, none of those qualities are what Church law sets forth in Canon 872. 

Pursuant to Canon 872, a godparent, in addition to presenting the child for Baptism (or Confirmation - which is the only other sacrament requiring a "sponsor"),  "helps the baptized person to lead a Christian life in keeping with baptism and to fulfill faithfully the obligations inherent in it." 

The key words are "a Christian life." 

This applies to everyone. Thus a person in a sexual relationship with another person of the opposite sex to whom he or she is not married, is - in the eyes of the Church - living in a perpetual state of mortal sin and cannot be a Catholic godparent.

The disqualification because of same-sex relations is hypocritical. Why should homosexuality be a disqualifying factor? I remember being taught that “God created man in his image.” If so, why should God be limited to a male only? Wouldn’t this mean God discriminates? Since I have never seen God in a physical form, and I suspect neither have others, why should we conclude that God is a male only, and not a female, nor any other physical form?

Actually, God did not make a "male only." Genesis 1:27 says: "So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them." And then Genesis 1:28 goes on to tell us why God made mankind "male and female:" God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it." 

Thus the male and female - in a faithful, fruitful and multiplying relationship - is the very Image of God on Earth, which is also why the deliberate frustration of the ends of the procreative/reproductive act (contraception, abortion) are a violation of God's very Image and thus a mortal sin - abortion being the additional sin of murder.

In addition, I was also taught God is omnipotent and just. If this is true, then heterosexuals, homosexuals, and LGBTQs were equally created in God’s image!

Yes, they were and yes we are. We are all created equal in the eyes of God, BUT with the freedom (free will) to become unequal and to choose our ends, just as Adam and Eve did, and just as did Cain and Abel, Esau and Jacob...and Judas - of whom Christ said "better for him that he had not been born." (Mt. 26:24)

Since God supposedly knows, at the moment of conception, the sexual characteristics of each human God allows to be created, I cannot believe that God intended a child to be pre-ordained to end up in hell. I believe God is just.

Yes, God is just. And because God is Just, every person is created with free will and thus (at the age of reason) the freedom to choose heaven or hell as our eternal ends. As for going to heaven, Scripture tells us "nothing unclean shall enter it." (Rev. 21:27) 

And we are free to either decide for ourselves what is clean and unclean...or to look to the Church Christ left us and the teaching authority for that Church. (Personally, I'll stick with two-thousand years of Church teaching as descended from the Apostles versus my own small, selfish, concupiscent mind.)

As the creator who is all-knowing and just, God could not have intentionally created only heterosexuals in his image. Hence, members of LGBTQs were equally created in His image.

Unfortunately for the author's point, the opposite-sex couple - in a faithful, fruitful relationship (having children - or at least open to life in every nuptial act) - is exactly how Genesis defines  "His image." 

Heterosexuals and LGTBQs abound throughout every race and culture. They are part of humanity and we should embrace, not exclude them, since God created them.

For the record, sacramentally married opposite-sex couples who contracept are also excluded from being godparents...and from receiving Holy Communion. Again, the Church discriminates equally. Well, sort of. 

Because while homosexual acts are only considered intrinsically disordered, contraceptive acts between sacramentally married persons are dealt a much more severe blow. Such acts are defined in the Catechism of the Catholic Church as "intrinsically evil." (Catechism of the Catholic Church at par. 2370.)

In other words, the Catholic Church (in its official teaching - and not this or that pope, bishop, or priest) RECOGNIZES that homosexual acts are subject to a disorder that certain persons may not be able to control. Meanwhile, the same Church condemns heterosexual acts that are deliberately contraceptive as always and everywhere (the definition of "intrinsic") EVIL. 

One might say that in its official doctrine (i.e. the Catechism) the Catholic Church is far more compassionate to persons with a homosexual orientation than it is to male and female sacramentally married persons, who deliberately contracept. 

In closing, the Church, the archbishop, and that priest who brought the news to the lieutenant governor prohibiting him the privilege and honor of being a godfather that most of us heterosexuals have experienced owe a profound apology not just to the lieutenant governor, but other members of the LGBTQ community.

I agree with the author. The leadership of our Church does owe an apology for every time this or that cleric looked the other way at what the author presents here. Looking the other way for decades because of weak (and many times immoral) clerical leadership and cultural pressure, and even now, not taking the opportunity to address this matter publicly in the Archbishop's own newspaper when the matter with the Lt. Governor first surfaced, has demonstratively led to more hard feelings, possible scandal, and even more souls swimming away from the Barque of Peter.  

By the way, I've heard it quipped, "A good attorney knows the law. A great attorney knows the judge." It would be a good idea for all of us who care about Eternity to know both the law and The Judge. 

This is a P.S.

Perhaps the author of the letter to the Post cannot be held culpable for very much. Given his age, he is perhaps the local product of the Flores-Apuron generation which produced the most horrific record of sexual abuse of minors in the modern history of the Catholic Church in the Western World. 

For those who don't know, Guam's record of clerical abuse of minors, per capita, during the Flores-Apuron years, is FOURTEEN TIMES that of the Archdiocese of Boston - which not only made damning international news, but also inspired the Academy Award winning movie, Spotlight. 

However, as a P.P.S.

It should also be noted that all known cases against the former archbishop(s) and the Archdiocese of Agana have next to nothing to do with clinically defined pedophilia, and everything to do with (clinically defined) same-sex oriented clerics who preyed on underage, mostly-male, biological adults. The question is...will we every NAME THE PROBLEM.

The JUDGE will. 

.....

And then there's a P.P.P.S (is there such a thing?)

Given that Attorney Lujan's office has the lion's share of clergy sex abuse cases, Mr. Lujan stands to make many millions of dollars if not many, many millions of dollars from the work this blog did to expose the afore-referenced scandal - all of which is rooted in decades of homosexual activities by certain members of Guam's clergy, going all the way up to the office of Archbishop. If - pursuant to Mr. Lujan's theology that God simply made people that way and they can't help it - then, but for the artifice of the age of the majority (18), there is simply no case. 

Monday, December 14, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 14, 2020

 Program Notes December 14

Previous shows involved Joe San Agustin’s showing that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Joe opposed the elimination of noncontributory lifetime pensions for governors but cosponsored a bill to micromanage the attorney general. The “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing” theme was also demonstrated by Clynt as he takes over GPA for the CCP. That fab four return to today’s card sub nom. Sens. San Agustin, Barnes, Castro and Clynt v. GPA Ratepayers. There is a glimmer of light. At least Sen. Raging Lee wants to be seen as something other than an environmental whacko. Lee’s is showing some komon sense re Bill 404. And even Sen. (Taitano) is backing off on plastic bags. Maybe Clynt and Adrian Cruz will figure out that the “grass roots” is where tourists come from.  Tall Tales goes national with the case filed by the state of Texas and local with Javier Atalig’s election contest. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

Today’s card

  • Komon Sense v. Environmental Whackos
  • [Sens. San Agustin, Barnes and Castro v. GPA Ratepayers [UPDATE Joe San Agustin v. Separation of Powers
  • [UPDATE GVB v. Clynt & Adrian [Clynt & Adrian Cruz v. Governor Gutierrez
  • SCOTUS v. Texas and Us [Javier Atalig v. GEC + Texas v. 4 states
  • Underwood’s Double Whammy v. Christmas
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoat
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Friday, December 11, 2020

INTERESTING

Blogger tells me that these are the top viewed posts over the last seven days, all of which were posted years ago, but all of which dealt directly with the corruption in the NCW. You can find the posts by searching for them in the search box at the top of the blog.

Hmmm. What's with all the interest all these years later? I think I know. But later.




HMMM. VERY COOL.

"Someone" is watching me from St. Croix, Virgin Islands. .... Say hi to my children for me. Thanks. 



BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 11, 2020

 Program Notes December 11

Yesterday I just got started on Compassion which was based on a letter to the Post dealing with a miscreant shooting at a stray dog with a “BB gun.” Dr. Poole was as usual a fountain of good info on the subject. I’ll pick up where I left off yesterday. Previous shows involved Joe San Agustin’s showing that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Joe opposed the elimination of noncontributory lifetime pensions for governors but cosponsored a bill to micromanage the attorney general. The “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing” theme was also demonstrated by Clynt as he takes over GPA for the CCP. That fab four return to today’s card sub nom. Sens. San Agustin, Barnes, Castro and Clynt v. GPA Ratepayers. Tall Tales goes national with the case filed by the state of Texas and local with Javier Atalig’s election contest. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

Today’s Card

  • Compassion v. a Woman’s Right to Choose
  • Sens. San Agustin, Barnes, Castro and Clynt v. GPA Ratepayers [UPDATE Joe San Agustin v. Separation of Powers
  • [UPDATE GVB v. Clynt & Adrian [Clynt & Adrian Cruz v. Governor Gutierrez
  • Javier Atalig v. GEC + Texas v. 4 States
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Thursday, December 10, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 10, 2020

 Bob Klitzkie on Tall Tales, Dec. 10, 2020

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BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 9, 2020

 Program Notes December 9

In Jemi’ Y Katne yesterday I revisited Tuesday’s, “Tall Tales which took on the CCU again for playing “hide the ball” once again with the performance evaluation of Kelly Clark.” Today Tall Tales v. Joey is based on an article in today’s post. Joe San Agustin once again shows that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Joe opposed the elimination of noncontributory lifetime pensions for governors but cosponsored a bill to micromanage the attorney general. The “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing” theme is demonstrated by Clynt as he takes over GPA for the CCP. Tall Tales goes national with the case filed by the state of Texas. On Friday we revisited Clynt and Adrian’s cheap shot as seen through the eyes of the former governor. Then Governor Gutierrez’ column in the Post is added to the mix. Today GVB chimes in. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

The Card

  • Tall Tales v. Joey [Tall Tales v. CCU
  • Joe San Agustin v. Separation of Powers
  • Clynt v. GPA
  • Texas v. PA, GA, MI and Wisconsin at SCOTUS
  • GVB v. Clynt & Adrian [Clynt & Adrian Cruz v. Governor Gutierrez
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Tuesday, December 8, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 8, 2020

 Program Notes

In Jemi’ Y Katne I revisited yesterday’s, “Tall Tales takes on the CCU again for playing “hide the ball” again with the performance evaluation of Kelly Clark.” Joe San Agustin once again shows that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Joe opposed the elimination of noncontributory lifetime pensions for governors but cosponsored a bill to micromanage the attorney general. On Friday we revisited Clynt and Adrian’s cheap shot as seen through the eyes of the former governor. Today Governor Gutierrez’ column in the Post is added to the mix. Today GVB chimes in. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

The Card

  • Brian Babin v. Dead People
  • Joe San Agustin v. Separation of Powers
  • GVB v. Clynt & Adrian [Clynt & Adrian Cruz v. Governor Gutierrez
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Monday, December 7, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 7, 2020

 Program Notes

Tall Tales takes on the CCU again for playing “hide the ball” again with the performance evaluation of Kelly Clark. Joe San Agustin once again shows that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Joe opposed the elimination of noncontributory lifetime pensions for governors but cosponsored a bill to micromanage the attorney general. On Friday we revisited Clynt and Adrian’s cheap shot as seen through the eyes of the former governor. Today GVB chimes in. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left

Today’s Card

  • Tall Tales v. CCU
  • Joe San Agustin v. Separation of Powers
  • GVB v. Clynt & Adrian [Clynt & Adrian Cruz v. Governor Gutierrez
  • Joe San Agustin v. Separation of Powers
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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Friday, December 4, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 4, 2020

 Program Notes

We revisit Clynt and Adrian’s cheap shot as seen through the eyes of the former governor. Susan learns a hard lesson about quarantine. Now Susan issues a call to action. Democrats attempt to scare off firms representing Trump. Tall Tales take Justice Alito to the woodshed. BLM disses Antifa—Aunt Florence always said, “You can’t expect an honest partner in a dishonest dear.” Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) English is a microaggression for the Left. Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.

The Card

  • Clynt & Adrian Cruz v. Governor Gutierrez
  • GPD v. Susan Hogue Part II
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito
  • BLM v. Antifa
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • The Left v. Free Speech

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Thursday, December 3, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 3, 2020

Program Notes

BJ dings the governor for lack of transparence.  Susan learns a hard lesson about quarantine. Sen. (Taitano) is apparently laying the foundation to praise some local loudmouths. Democrats attempt to scare off firms representing Trump. Tall Tales take Justice Alito to the woodshed. BLM disses Antifa—Aunt Florence always said, “You can’t expect an honest partner in a dishonest dear.” Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) English is a microaggression for the left.

The Card

  • BJ v. The Governor
  • GPD v. Susan Hogue
  • Andri, Ken, Ray and Bob THANK! Sen. (Taitano)
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito
  • BLM v. Antifa
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • Cornell v. English

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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 2, 2020

 Program Notes

Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours supremely!. Given recent descriptions of Sidney’s filings Tucker may have to eat a little crow, Turley instructs about libel. Tall Tales take Justice Alito to the woodshed. Public Auditor BJ dings the governor for lack of transparency. Democrats attempt scare off firms representing Trumph. I take Justice Alito to the woodshed. BLM disses Antifa—Aunt Florence always said, “You can’t expect an honest partner in a dishonest dear.” Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks are educated (again.)

The Card

  • Tucker Carlson v. Sidney Powell (J. Turley)
  • Kentucky’s AG v. Leevin Camacho Part II
  • BJ v. The Governor
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito
  • BLM v. Antifa!
  • BLM v. Whitecoats

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