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A list of MaddogPac Billboards 😁


Plenty there to check out!!

From AG Schneiderman/Opioid Crises - The scope of the crimes will piss you off.




"Since it launched in April 2017, the Attorney General’s SURGE Initiative has taken down nine major drug trafficking rings across New York – resulting in 302 traffickers taken off the streets."

AG Schneiderman..

Wha? We have trolls protecting Alex Jones lurking among us now?

Troll alert. Fyi

BREAKING!!!...DNC SUES Russia, Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, alleging Conspiracy

by DUer SummerSnow

Thank you Tom Perez & the DNC..Doing the background work it was always designed to do.


Must Read...

🖕 Peter Thiel, Palantir Founder, is FBs key person and trump transition team member.


From Bloomberg

Palantir Knows Everything About You

"Peter Thiel’s data-mining company is using War on Terror tools to track American citizens.
The scary thing? Palantir is desperate for new customers.

A Must Read

Peter Thiel held a major & important role in the operations of Trump's den of snakes.

Firey Explosions?

"Whoever Came Up With The Idea ______ Deserves A Promotion"


JAY SEKULOW - 10 Things You Should Know About the American Center For Law And Justice (ACLJ)

Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice ( ACLJ), one of the most prestigious law firms in the country.

10 Things You Should Know About the American Center For Law And Justice


1.) ACLJ has raised nearly $75 million in the past five years to fight for anti-LGBT causes, despite not meeting 10 out of 20 of the Better Business Bureau’s standards for charity accountability.

2.) ACLJ suggests the “sin” of homosexuality might be to blame for the death of Tyler Clementi and the rash of teen suicides connected to anti-LGBT bullying.

3.) ACLJ goes after cities and municipalities, simply for protecting employees against anti-LGBT discrimination.They even call workplace diversity training “offensive.”

4.) ACLJ defended the Boy Scouts of America in their fight to prevent LGBT scouts and scout leaders, with the group’s founder warning of “predators as Boy Scouts, pedophiles who will come in as Scoutmasters.’’

5.) ACLJ defends criminal punishments for consensual, adult same-sex behavior, saying homosexuality is destructive to society.

6.) ACLJ literally helped write the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), parts of which were deemed unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court last year in United States v. Windsor.

7.) ACLJ opened an office in Nairobi, Kenya, where the group promotes discriminatory legal and legislative policies and engages in “civic education to warn people of the dangers of homosexuality.”

8.) ACLJ-Zimbabwe has organized meetings with the country’s ruthless dictator, Robert Mugabe, and advocated for keeping criminal bans on homosexuality in place as the country reformed its constitution. This is the same Mugabe who threatened to behead gay people in his country.

9.) ACLJ’s export of hate isn’t limited to Africa. They’ve set up shops in Brazil, Europe, and Russia, all to push their anti-LGBT ends and oppose marriage equality and anti-discrimination measures across the globe.

10.) ACLJ founder Pat Robertson thinks that introducing lesbians to your child might make “your children grow up as lesbians.” Robertson actually claimed a gay father given custody of his child over a Christian mother made the child “a flaming homosexual, and if I’m not mistaken, he contracted AIDS.”

Interesting Must Read.

This is who The Clinton Foundation steps in after, to fight against, in offering assistance globally.
They're kind of like the FEMA of Global Human Rights Abuse.

Republican Rot.

Inside Cambridge Analyticas Virtual Currency Plans


Inside Cambridge Analytica’s Virtual Currency Plans

The embattled voter-profiling firm Cambridge Analytica quietly sought to develop its own virtual currency in recent months through a so-called initial coin offering, a novel fund-raising method that has come under growing scrutiny by financial regulators around the world.

The planned coin offering and a broader push into the world of virtual currencies were an indication of Cambridge Analytica’s willingness to expand into risky, new technological realms.
But much like its acquisition of Facebook data to build psychological profiles of voters, the new business line also took the firm into murky ethical and legal situations.

Documents and emails obtained by The New York Times show that Cambridge Analytica’s efforts to help promote another group’s digital token, the Dragon Coin, associated the firm with a famous gangster in Macau who has gone by the nickname Broken Tooth.

Cambridge Analytica’s own digital token was supposed to help people store and sell their online personal data, Brittany Kaiser, a former employee of the voter-profiling firm, said in an interview.

The goal was to protect that data from more or less what the company did when it obtained the personal information of up to 87 million Facebook users.

And today we hear NY AG Schneiderman launches inquiry into #cryptocurrency exchanges


JUST IN: New York Attorney General Schneiderman launches inquiry into #cryptocurrency exchanges



Info here:

New York, NY - April 17, 2018 - Today, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman launched the Virtual Markets Integrity Initiative, a fact-finding inquiry into the policies and practices of platforms used by consumers to trade virtual or “crypto” currencies like bitcoin and ether.

As part of a broader effort to protect cryptocurrency investors and consumers, the Attorney General’s office sent letters to thirteen major virtual currency trading platforms requesting key information on their operations, internal controls, and safeguards to protect customer assets.

As the letters explain, the Initiative seeks to increase transparency and accountability as it relates to the platforms retail investors rely on to trade virtual currency, and better inform enforcement agencies, investors, and consumers.

With cryptocurrency on the rise, consumers in New York and across the country have a right to transparency and accountability when they invest their money.
Yet too often, consumers don’t have the basic facts they need to assess the fairness, integrity, and security of these trading platforms,” said Attorney General Schneiderman. “Our Virtual Markets Integrity Initiative sets out to change that, promoting the accountability and transparency in the virtual currency marketplace that investors and consumers deserve.”

Virtual or “crypto” currency trading platforms match buyers and sellers of virtual currencies. Sometimes referred to as “exchanges,” these platforms are a key point of entry into the virtual currency market for professional and retail investors alike.
They serve as repositories for sensitive personal information and custodians of vast sums of virtual and government-issued (or “fiat”) currency.

Ensuring that enforcement agencies, investors, and consumers have the information they need to understand the practices and the risks on these platforms is critical, given reports of the theft of vast sums of virtual currency from customer accounts, sudden and poorly explained trading outages, possible market manipulation, and difficulties when withdrawing funds from accounts.
Often, the platforms lack the basic market protections of traditional investing platforms.

Moreover, the extent of disclosures to customers about trading rules, internal controls, and other basic practices varies from platform-to-platform, making it difficult or impossible for prospective users to evaluate the actual risks of trading on a particular platform.

The Initiative stems from the Attorney General’s duty to protect consumers and ensure the fairness and integrity of the financial markets.

Before trading on a new platform, sophisticated investors routinely demand robust disclosures, allowing them to assess the platform’s operations and the adequacy of its policies and internal controls.

The questionnaire delivered to the virtual currency platforms asks for similar information so that average investors can better understand the risks and protections.

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