posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 01:23 PM
reply to post by ChaoticOrder
The administrative courts that I noted on the first page seem to be getting us coming and going and based on these fines imposed on pharm corps rather
than prison time for endangering public health, the whole thing is looking like nothing more than a very effective method for the transfer of wealth.
And it's going on on a local, state and federal level, as well, whenever one of us is dragged before an ALJ (administrative law judge) and fined for
petty offenses against some obscure ordinance like watering our lawn on the wrong day or collecting water in a rain barrel or growing a front yard
garden or even on workman's comp injuries and disability cases and much more. These all go before an ALJ who is the sole arbitrator between
government agencies and us and its costing us millions of dollars in fines every year.
So with that in mind I started a little research project on how administrative courts affect us all and posted a thread on it to try to sort through
what these judges do and their impact on regular people. That thread hasn't gotten much attention and it's frustrating because, IMO, its really
important and I'm still learning more information on the way it works. Or doesn't. My last comment there was pretty rude but by the time I decided
to delete it, my edit time had elapsed. Sorry everybody. www.abovetopsecret.com...