Discussion in 'Narconon' started by patriot75, Jul 31, 2012.
Provided by Lucas Catton former Narconon Arrowhead President
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American Institute of Architects, Oklahoma Chapter
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General Motors Company
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Oklahoma City Public Schools
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AIA Oklahoma Executive Director, Jan Loftis, recipient of the Oklahoma Society of Association Executives Association Professional of the Year Award
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AIA meeting with Rep. Dan Boren on Capitol Hill March 8 2012
more on "Minister" tread:
SCION LINK!!! http://www.narconon-news.org/narconon/oklahoma-samhsa-conference.html
Ok, back to research.
I still have not found the Bill NN AH keeps refering to. I know it is from 2004.
more at https://whyweprotest.net/community/...lin-narconon-et-al.105644/page-2#post-2200501
sorry I forgot this one...now back to research
Gary Smith's Open Letter:
Ooh. Look at the shiny!
Pretty architectural renderings are moar important that the fraudulent health claims, amirite?
Love your work, Patriot, and big ups to Luke. What strikes me here is how easily bamboozled the politicians were. Its frightening that those elected to protect their citizens - and their community's most vulnerable - interests can be snowed so easily. Sitting here, outside of it all, I can't help but wonder what sort of due diligence test the politicians and their officials have for other proposals which come before them. Surely, when it comes to something like medical treatment the first port of call would be contact with independent professionals for an analysis of the treatment model. Hells bells, a quick Google, at least!!
A large part of your work seems to be educating government about Scientology and overcoming that ingrained favouritism extended to those who adopt the religious angle. Its easy to write L Ron Hubbard off as a complete nutcase, because he was, but that doesn't mean he was stupid. In fact, he spelled out the difficulty people such as yourself would have when countering his grand master plan:
. . . incredible, indeed. And so are your efforts. MOAR!!!
ITT fucking awesomeness and hard work.
have some caek
"Personal Integrity' Center"- LOL!!!
thought the term MEDICAL detox? was a no no?
Research has lead to this bill....
BILL NO. 2101 By: Cargill, Billy, Braddock, Coody, Denney, Dorman, Faught, Kern, Martin (Steve), McDaniel (Randy), Peterson (Pam), Sears, Shelton, Shumate, Terrill, Tibbs, Cox, Derby, Duncan, Johnson (Dennis), Jones, Pittman, Watson and Wright of the House
Coffee, Johnson (Constance) and Nichols of the Senate
An Act relating to prisons and reformatories; providing short title; creating Reentry Policy Council; providing for appointment of members; providing duties; creating the Transformational Justice Interagency Task Force; providing for membership; providing for appointment of chair and vice-chair; providing for travel reimbursement; stating duties; creating the Reintegration of Inmates Revolving Fund; stating purpose of fund; creating the Transformational Justice Revolving Fund; stating purpose of fund; providing for the development of rules and policies; providing for codification; providing for noncodification; and providing an effective date.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA:
SECTION 1. NEW LAW A new section of law not to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes reads as follows:
Sections 1 through 3 of this act shall be known and may be cited as the “Transformational Justice Act”.
SECTION 2. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 521.1 of Title 57, unless there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:
A. Upon the effective date of this act, a Reentry Policy Council shall be created for the purpose of providing oversight of the reentry policies and programs operated by the Department of Corrections. The Council shall consist of eleven (11) members and shall be appointed as follows:
1. Three members shall be appointed by the Governor as follows:
a. one member shall be a law enforcement officer,
b. one member shall be a corrections official, and
c. one member shall be a crime victim;
2. Four members shall be appointed by the Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives as follows:
a. one member shall be a member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives,
b. one member shall be a representative of a faith-based organization involved with the reintegration of inmates,
c. one member shall be a person who has been previously convicted of a criminal offense in Oklahoma, and
d. one member shall be a mental health and substance abuse official; and
3. Four members shall be appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Oklahoma State Senate as follows:
a. one member shall be a member of the Oklahoma State Senate,
b. one member shall be a representative from a for-profit half-way house who specializes in reintegration of inmates,
c. one member shall be a representative from a nonprofit entity involved with the reintegration of inmates, and
d. one member shall be a district attorney, or his or her designee.
B. The Council shall:
1. Review corrections policies, programs and procedures to ensure that the primary purpose of each is public safety during imprisonment and after release;
2. Identify gaps in reentry programs and services as well as overlapping efforts, and recommend changes to address those issues;
3. Review policies to ensure that corrections facilities recruit and welcome volunteers;
4. Review the licensing procedures within this state to eliminate barriers to employment that are unrelated to the conduct underlying the conviction; and
5. Report annually to the Legislature and the Governor on the progress of the reentry initiative, including the impact on recidivism, effectiveness of agency coordination and communications, and the implementation of reentry plans and use of funding.
SECTION 3. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 521.2 of Title 57, unless there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:
A. There is hereby created until July 1, 2010, the “Transformational Justice Interagency Task Force”. The Transformational Justice Interagency Task Force shall be composed of the following members:
1. The Director of the Department of Corrections, or a designee;
2. The Executive Director of the Office of Juvenile Affairs, or a designee;
3. The Attorney General, or a designee;
4. The Commissioner of the State Department of Health, or a designee;
5. The Director of the Department of Human Services, or a designee;
6. The Commissioner of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, or a designee;
7. The Presiding Judge of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, or a designee;
8. The Executive Coordinator of the District Attorneys Council, or a designee;
9. The Executive Director of the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System, or a designee;
10. Two members of the Oklahoma House of Representatives appointed by the Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives; and
11. Two members of the Oklahoma State Senate appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate.
B. The chair shall be appointed by the Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives on or before December 1, 2007. The vice-chair shall be appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Oklahoma State Senate on or before December 1, 2007. The chair shall convene the first meeting of the Task Force on or before January 1, 2008. The members of the Task Force shall elect any other officers during the first meeting and upon a vacancy in any office. The Task Force shall meet as often as necessary. Task Force members employed by the state shall be reimbursed for travel expenses related to their service on the Task Force by their respective agencies pursuant to the provisions of the State Travel Reimbursement Act. Legislative members of the Task Force shall be reimbursed for their necessary travel expenses incurred in the performance of their duties in accordance with Section 456 of Title 74 of the Oklahoma Statutes. Remaining Task Force members shall be reimbursed travel expenses related to their service on the Task Force by their appointing authorities pursuant to the provisions of the State Travel Reimbursement Act.
C. The Transformational Justice Interagency Task Force shall:
1. Establish goals for reducing the rate of recidivism among inmates;
2. Coordinate the reentry programs of the state to help inmates find jobs, housing, substance abuse treatment, medical care, and mental health services;
3. Ensure that those who supervise offenders in prison are linked to those that will supervise them after release;
4. Identify methods to improve collaboration and coordination of reentry programs and services, including cross-training, management information systems that are accessible to partner agencies, screening procedures to assess and refer efficiently across federal, state and local boundaries, and policies and procedures that measure offender reentry management with well-defined performance-based outcomes;
5. Seek partnerships with faith-based and community groups to provide programs and services;
6. Identify effective evidence-based practices in reentry support, treatment and intervention programs;
7. Encourage expansion of family-based treatment centers that offer family-based comprehensive treatment services for parents and their children as a complete family unit;
8. Develop and establish a parenting skills program to be implemented by the Department of Corrections for inmates who are within one (1) year of being released from incarceration. The parenting skills program shall provide education and training to develop and enhance inmate parenting skills with an emphasis on providing techniques to teach the inmate how to raise a healthier child who will be less at risk of engaging in future criminal activities;
9. Establish collaboration among corrections and community corrections, technical schools, community colleges, and the workforce development and employment service sectors to:
a. promote, where appropriate, the employment of people released from prison and jail, through federal efforts such as educating employers about existing financial incentives and facilitate the creation of job opportunities, including transitional jobs, for this population that will benefit communities,
b. connect inmates to employment, including supportive employment and employment services, before their release to the community, and
c. address barriers to employment;
10. Include victims in the reentry process and facilitate victim-offender dialogue when the victim is willing; and
11. Communicate regularly with local agencies and faith-based and community groups.
D. There is hereby created in the State Treasury a revolving fund for the Office of Faith-Based Initiatives to be designated the “Reintegration of Inmates Revolving Fund”. The fund shall be a continuing fund, not subject to fiscal year limitations, and shall consist of monies received from appropriated funds to be used for grants to volunteer organizations including, but not limited to, faith-based organizations which provide health, educational or vocational training and programs that assist the reintegration efforts of the Reentry Policy Council. All monies accruing to the credit of the fund are hereby appropriated and may be budgeted and expended by the Office of Faith-Based Initiatives. Expenditures from the fund shall be made upon warrants issued by the State Treasurer against claims filed as prescribed by law with the Director of State Finance for approval and payment.
E. There is hereby created in the State Treasury a revolving fund for the Department of Corrections to be designated the “Transformational Justice Revolving Fund”. The fund shall be a continuing fund, not subject to fiscal year limitations, and shall consist of monies received from appropriated funds to be used for bonuses to corrections officials who demonstrate improvement in recidivism rates of inmates that were previously under the custody of the Department of Corrections. All monies accruing to the credit of the fund are hereby appropriated and may be budgeted and expended by the Department of Corrections. Expenditures from the fund shall be made upon warrants issued by the State Treasurer against claims filed as prescribed by law with the Director of State Finance for approval and payment.
F. The Department of Corrections shall develop rules and policies which ensure that recidivism rates are included in the performance reviews, promotions and compensation adjustments of correctional officers.
SECTION 4. This act shall become effective November 1, 2007.
Passed the House of Representatives the 22nd day of May, 2007.
Passed the Senate the 24th day of May, 2007.
NN lobbyist are moving quickly in the legislative circles. A legislator friend of mine sent this to me in early November.
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Intelligence has the dox to refute all their lies.
they are like this slithering slime fungus that gets in to all the nooks and crannies it can
were is the "completely fucking agree" button
collecting dox now on Connie
I do believe she is deserving of a special little thread....
Oklahoma State Senate
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
For Immediate Release: November 29, 2007
Sen. Connie N. Johnson (far right, second row) with female inmates who helped set up the Capitol Christmas tree
Sen. Connie N. Johnson Says Removing Governor from Parole Process Will Reduce Prison Overcrowding
Sen. Connie N. Johnson on Thursday testified before a House Interim Study Committee on removing the Governor from the parole process and provided information on the status of the Second Chance Act, which was recently approved with broad bipartisan support by the U.S. House.
The Second Chance Act would authorize $55 million in block grants to assist states in successful offender re-socialization, transition and return to civil society.
“Under the Second Chance Act, Oklahoma is uniquely positioned to begin addressing the problem of a perpetually over-crowded and economically unsustainable prison population,” said Johnson, D-Oklahoma City. “The Act received veto-proof passage in the U.S. House, and is expected to receive the same level of bipartisan support from the U.S. Senate.”
In her remarks, Sen. Johnson described a system in which the Governor’s role in the parole process would be shared with faith and community-based organizations.
“Such a process could allow for inclusion of accountability and other concerns that have been expressed in opposition to removing the Governor from the parole process,” Johnson said.
Johnson said a new parole process could include the following provisions:
Legislative creation of a professional parole board,
Revision and updating of policies requiring mandatory parole supervision,
Empowerment and funding of faith and community based service organizations,
Requirement of parole planning, involving families and communities, upon an offenders entry into the Department of Corrections,
Development of mechanisms to allow community input and consensus prior to an offender’s return.
“This process would correspond with the congressional intent reflected in the Second Chance Act,” Johnson said. “In our politically popular “tough on crime” environment, nearly 80 percent of those currently incarcerated are people who are mentally ill or drug offenders. By removing the Governor from the parole process, Oklahoma has an opportunity to develop a properly structured process for forgiveness.”
Johnson noted that the state of Oklahoma currently incarcerates more women per capita than any other state, and is the third highest incarcerator of both men and women per capita. Since 1986, the Department of Corrections (DOC) budget has grown 250 percent, more than twice the rate of increase for education spending. Oklahoma is the only state in which the Governor must sign all paroles before an inmate may be released.
For more information contact:
Senator C. Johnson's Office - (405) 521-5531
November Press Releases | Press Releases
WOW!!!!! You guys are KICKING SOME SERIOUS ASS in this Thread. Lucas Catton,
IMO, is probably scaring the crap out of the cult right now. BRAVO Lucas
The "Second Chance Act" is not the same as Scientology's "Second Chance" prison reform program. This topic came up in another thread around here regarding a "Second Chance" program in San Diego.
Yet "Faith based" is a big loophole that allows cults to get into our government. We should kill that legislation with fire.
For decades prior to the Faith Based stuff we had charities sponsored by religious groups that have been genuine and helpful, like the Salvation Army and Catholic Charities. To get Federal grants, these programs had to meet certain standards that prevented them from behaving like cults. Now it seems "faith based" means you don't need no stinkin' standards.
What is it about black female politicians that they ARE SO GODDAMN GULLIBLE?
From Maxine Waters on down to the hyphenated idiot around Santa Cruz, it seems if black Baptist ministers are suckers for Scn droppings, female politicians are even worse...
Is it clear to you that the "Second Chance Act" programs mentioned above are Scientology? Because I don't see the link myself.
from CoS Int to Oklahoma Legislators
the pic of the LA sheriffs is awful disturbing.
The latino? female sheriff with the sunglasses and hair tied back to the left of the black women sheriff on the left looks awful familiar? Was she in a protest vid answering a call by the COS ?
And also the Asian guy to the right of the black woman. He also looks familiar. Was he is a vid too?
Scientology's big ass printing and fabrication plant. Why is a letter from Scientology in a Narconon envelope if Narconon is supposed to be separate from CoS?
so all the names on their uniforms are blurred out?
I mean this, a PR letter from CoS in a Narconon envelope:
And the QR Code is https://www.facebook.com/BuyerBeware ? Is that a real envelope with the QR Code shooped?
no I meant all the names are blurred out on the Sheriff's uniforms
I shopped the envelope with NN AH logo and threw in the QR code, but thats the only thing shopped except for the removal of the Legislators name and mailing bar code.
This is the envelope that the House sent to me, this packet (minus NN AH logo) was sent to legislators and others homes, not offices.
QR code was just a fuck you to OSA.
I'm sure the legislators won't think it was inappropriate, creepy, or even slightly threatening that the Scientology corporation mailed something to their homes instead of their workplaces.
TIMELINE FOR FAITH-BASED PROGRAMS
August 1996 -- President Clinton signs HR-3734 “Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act” (PRWORA) into law. Oklahoma Representative J.C. Watts sponsors the House bill. Missouri Senator John Ashcroft drafted the original version of the legislation. The bill purportedly “ends welfare as we know it.”
July 1998 -- Howard Hendrick, Director of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS), reportedly asks Brad Yarborough, a former Nazarene Church pastor, to attend federal conferences on the role of faith-based organizations in social services delivery. Yarborough then develops and distributes a “Planning Document” on Oklahoma’s participation in the federal faith-based initiative.
March 1999 — Oklahoma has already reduced the number of TANF recipients by 60% from the 1996 level.
Spring 1999 — Governor Keating launches the Oklahoma Marriage Initiative to encourage “healthy marriages.” $10 million of TANF funds are allocated “to keep marriage/divorce on the public agenda, resources centers, mentoring programs, education and training programs and research and evaluation.”
Spring 2000 – With support from Governor Keating, Jerry Regier, Secretary for Health and Human Services, establishes an “Office of Faith-Based Liaison” based on recommendations in Yarborough’s “Strategic Document.” Yarborough is appointed as the first director. He reports directly to Regier. His office is funded by federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) grants.
July 2000 -- Regier renames the “Office of Faith-Based Liaison” the “Oklahoma Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives” (OFBCI.)
January 2001 -- President Bush’s establishes a Federal Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives by Executive Order. The office is based at the White House with John DiIulio as Director. A “Compassion Capital Fund” of $70 million a year is promised for the office. $30 million is delivered. Most of the money was earmarked for “intermediary organizations.” David Kuo, Special Assistant to the President from 2001 to 2003, wrote, “It was obvious that the ratings (of organizations receiving funds) were a farce. . . . Once the list was made public it would show once and for all that the initiative was purely about paying off political friends for their support.” (pp. 214-216)
Early 2001 — Brad Yarborough, Director of Oklahoma’s Faith-Based Office, grants contracts to the Cornerstone Assistance Networks of OK City ($60K) and Tulsa ($40K) to serve as “intermediary organizations.” Tulsa Metropolitan Ministries, a well known and widely respected 64 year old Interfaith Social Service agency, had not been included in bidding on the contract for “Intermediary Organization” in Tulsa. Metropolitan Ministries of Central Oklahoma had been similarly omitted from bidding on the OK City contract.
April 2001 – the FaithLinks website is established. www.faithlinks.state.ok.us
May 17, 2001 – Gov. Keating’s Executive Order 2001-18 does not mention the OFBCI but merely directs all state agencies to:
“make all necessary changes to actively engage in collaborative efforts (in the form of contracts, grants, vouchers, or other forms of disbursements. Or volunteer programs) with FBOs for the provision of social services on the same basis as other non-governmental providers.”
May 21, 2001 — Congress approves the President’s $1.7 trillion tax-cut bill. $6 billion per year in tax credits for groups helping the poor were eliminated from the bill. Estate and inheritance tax cuts for the wealthy reduce charitable giving by more than $5 billion per year.
August 2001 — John DiIulio resigns as head of the White House Office of Faith-Based initiatives. He says, “What you've got is everything, and I mean everything, being run by the political arm. It's the reign of the Mayberry Machiavellis. [They] consistently talked and acted as if the height of political sophistication consisted in reducing every issue to its simplest black-and-white terms for public consumption, then steering legislative initiatives or policy proposals as far right as possible."
December 2001 — The White House and GOP Congressional leadership refuse to support a bi-partisan effort to authorize a modest increase in funding for social services block grants (TANF) or pass tax cuts for charitable giving.
February 2002 — Jim Towey appointed Director of the White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives — now under the office of USA Freedom Corps. Plans are made to use White House Faith-Based Office events in 20 strategic Congressional Districts in an effort to woo minority communities and help re-elect GOP incumbents.
November 2002 — GOP incumbents were re-elected in 19 out of 20 of the Congressional Districts where the White House Faith-Based Office hosted “Rountable events.”
December 2002 — David Kuo calculated that the current administration was spending $20 million a year less on social services than the previous administration.
January 13, 2003 -- Gov. Henry’s Executive Order 2003-7 does not reauthorize Keating’s Executive Order 2001-18. Henry, however, tacitly approves of the OFBCI by reappointing Hendrick as Director of Oklahoma’s DHS and allowing Hendrick to sustain the Office.
December 2003 — David Kuo resigns from his position with the White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives.
2004 — The White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives hosted dozens of conferences in politically strategic cities in an effort to garner support from Hispanic and black religious leaders for the President’s re-election. At the last minute, an extra conference was added in mid-October in Miami, Florida.
February 2005 — Staff at the White House Faith-Based Office was cut by nearly 30%.
Early 2006 — Total funding going to faith-based groups declined. The President’s new budget contained across the board cuts to social programs.
April 2006 — Brad Yarborough resigns as Director of Oklahoma’s Faith-Based Office.
May 2007 — Robin Jones, an Independent Baptist associated with Oklahoma Family Policy Council and Oklahoma Prison Fellowship was appointed Director of the Oklahoma Office of Faith-Based Initiatives.
May 24, 2007 -- Oklahoma’s HB-2101 authorized a “revolving fund for the Office of Faith-Based Initiatives” to be “used for grants to volunteer organizations including, but not limited to, faith-based organizations” involved in the reintegration of prison inmates. For the first time, the OK legislature approved the use of state tax dollars to support sectarian organizations.
David Kuo, Tempting Faith, Free Press, 2006.
Brett Sharp, Great Expectations and Recent Frustrations: Oklahoma’s Continuing Quest to Partner with Faith-Based Organizations, Roundtable on Religion and Social Welfare Policy.
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