Politicians Received How Much $ From AT&T, Verizon & Comcast – Profits Over People?

by Thinker

When comes to really knowing someone, you have to put aside party, religion, race, and nation and look at the actions of the individual or organization. Do they serve the people, or do they serve profits and self gain for the politician??? Everyone comes with history and it shows if they are for or against unity, peace, independence, freedom, justice, and most of all if the stand for pedophilia or the don’t.

How well do you really know the politician that sold you with a good ad campaign???

“Google the “Clinton Chronicles” and if you don’t know the story, then you are a “DUMBED” down American who has let the system think for you. “Clinton Chronicles” changed my life forever and how I see Bill and Hillary, and what has followed has been no surprise. Will the citizens of Mena, Arkansas ever see justice for those who have lost their lives to keep a secret of drug smuggling and corruption at the highest levels???

Who fears the Trump “Drain the Swamp” campaign the most???

Those who don’t want to disclose the “TRUTH” because what they have to hide will have them singing the same song as “Manafort” and asking to keep a house and a bank account.

Your Elected Officials Received How Much $$ From AT&T, Verizon and Comcast?? – By B.N. Frank

There’s no doubt that technology can be wonderful. Anyone experiencing car trouble will tell you that having a cell phone can literally be a life saver. But it’s actually not necessary for millions more cell towers to be installed in front of homes and everywhere else so we can all have cell phone service. Unfortunately, this may happen anyway thanks to The Federal Communication (FCC) and many U.S. elected officials due to their unrelenting push to pass legislation in order to win the ridiculous and the highly risky “Race for 5G”.

Learn here how much your officials accepted from The Telecom Industry (aka Big Wireless). This may determine how willing they are to allow:
www.activistpost.com/2018/09/you…erm=0_b0c7

The 265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs, and how much it cost to buy them. It isn’t the party, but the actions of the individuals that denotes who and what they really are:
www.theverge.com/2017/3/29/15100…-fire-sale

Past Presidential Administrations Fear the “TRUTH” – How Members of Congress Get Rich Through the Stock Market: Insider Trading (2011)

Members of the US Congress are not exempt from the laws that ban insider trading, but as they generally do not have a confidential relationship with the source of the information they receive, they do not meet the usual definition of an “insider.” House of Representatives rules may however consider congressional insider trading unethical. A 2004 study found that stock sales and purchases by Senators outperformed the market by 12.3% per year. Peter Schweizer points out several examples of insider trading by members of Congress, including action taken by Spencer Bachus following a private, behind-the-doors meeting on the evening of September 18, 2008 when Hank Paulson and Ben Bernanke informed members of Congress about the imminent financial crisis, Bachus then shorted stocks the next morning and cashed in his profits within a week.

Also attending the same meeting were Senator Dick Durbin and John Boehner; the same day (trade effective the next day), Durbin sold mutual-fund shares worth $42,696, and reinvested it all with Warren Buffett. Also the same day (trade effective the next day), Congressman Boehner cashed out of an equity mutual fund. In 2014, federal prosecutors issued a subpoena to the House Ways and Means committee and Brian Sutter, staff director of its health-care sub-committee, relative to a price move in stocks just prior to the passage of a law favorable to the companies involved.

An e-mail was sent out by a “Washington-based policy-research firm that predicted the change [in the law] for its Wall Street clients. That alert, in turn, was based in part on information provided to the firm by a former congressional health-care aide turned lobbyist, according to emails reviewed by the [Wall Street] Journal in 2013. Security analysts gather and compile information, talk to corporate officers and other insiders, and issue recommendations to traders. Thus their activities may easily cross legal lines if they are not especially careful.

The CFA Institute in its code of ethics states that analysts should make every effort to make all reports available to all the broker’s clients on a timely basis. Analysts should never report material nonpublic information, except in an effort to make that information available to the general public. Nevertheless, analysts’ reports may contain a variety of information that is “pieced together” without violating insider trading laws, under the Mosaic theory.

This information may include non-material nonpublic information as well as material public information, which may increase in value when properly compiled and documented. In May 2007, a bill entitled the “Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act, or STOCK Act” was introduced that would hold congressional and federal employees liable for stock trades they made using information they gained through their jobs and also regulate analysts or “Political Intelligence” firms that research government activities.

The 2012 STOCK Act was passed on April 4, 2012. Some economists and legal scholars (such as Henry Manne, Milton Friedman, Thomas Sowell, Daniel Fischel, and Frank H. Easterbrook) have argued that laws against insider trading should be repealed. They claim that insider trading based on material nonpublic information benefits investors, in general, by more quickly introducing new information into the market. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insider…

“OUR ACTIONS DEFINE OUR CONTENT OF CHARACTER – JUDGE YOURSELF – HAVE YOU DONE OTHERS AS YOU HAVE DONE YOURSELF???