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Attention: U.S. Senators from Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Arizona, Maine, and oh West Virginia !! [we don’t need more hearings to conclude that DJT is GUILTY of misdeeds . . . Vote “yea” during impeachment trial] . . . For God’s and the USA’s Sake!

Open Letter to United States Senators – Members of the Impeachment Jury:

For our country’s, the Earth’s, and God’s Sake = Vote “yea”

Dear Senator

As a juror in the upcoming Impeachment trial, we ask that you place non-partisan interests in the future integrity of U.S. elections and improved international relations foremost.

So much is at stake. History books will reflect on the righteousness of your vote. Your constituents will remember whether sound judgment was used in the interest of our society and welfare domestically and around the world.

Evidence is compelling to impeach and remove Mr. Trump for his misdeeds, allowing the Republican Party to nominate a better person for a fair election in 2020.

Just think: What will become of our children and grandchildren?

Sincerely,

David A. Dailey

 

p.s. If you are looking for useful information to make an informed decision, check out any of Max’s Scout Services & Communication’s web-blogs; URL = http://www.MaxsScoutServicesLLC.wordpress.com

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p.s Please vote for Impeachment AND removal from office. Trump has sinned many times.

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The relationship I had with my father left much to be desired. He was always a distant and troubled man and, after his divorce from our mother, a largely absent figure in my life. By the time he died in 1988, we were virtually estranged.

He responded to this sorry situation by designating me as his executor and left me with a neatly organized file drawer of materials as a legacy of his life, as well as a bundle of cash and mementos to distribute fairly between me, my sister, and brother. As I studied the contents of these files, it was as if my father were speaking to me from beyond the grave, summing up his life for me and its meaning. It was a spare, meticulous, and eloquent presentation which left me free to draw my own conclusions, as if being drawn into a give-and-take conversation.

I understood…

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Open Letter to the Trump-Pence Administration: Please Resign and Retain Some Measure of Dignity!!

September 29, 2019                          Volume 9, Issue 4                   ***** Edition

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Nixon and Agnew resigned, thus a Republican-American precedent has been set and the bar has been lowered.

The White House is now worse than the singular drama of a Teapot Dome (1920s) or a Watergate (1970s).

From campaign finance, treason, violations of the Emoluments Clause of the US Constitution, to other high crimes and misdemeanors, aside from ethics and international peace, here’s how the gun-loving D.J. Trump and homophobic Vice President Pence Administration have run afoul of the American law.

  1. Campaign Finance Violations

  2. Bribery

  3. Honest Services Fraud

  4. Extortion

  5. Witness Intimidation

  6. Obstructing Justice

  7. Conspiracy

1. CAMPAIGN FINANCE VIOLATION

It’s a crime for an American to ask a foreigner for help winning a U.S. election.

The whistleblower warned Trump appeared to be doing exactly that, in what legal experts said looks like the strongest case that Trump may have broken the law in the Ukraine saga.

“There’s a strong argument that the president’s conduct violates federal campaign finance law, although I wouldn’t say it’s a slam-dunk case,” said Richard Hasen, a specialist on election law at the University of California Irvine.

A theoretical future prosecutor would need to demonstrate that Trump sought something of value for his reelection from Ukraine’s president, and that he knew the law says he shouldn’t.

In case you forgot: Trump’s inner circle, including his son Don Jr. and the top brass of his campaign, narrowly skated past this one during the Russian investigation, after Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded that neither of those clauses could be fulfilled.

The whistleblower warned Trump appeared to be doing exactly that, in what legal experts said looks like the strongest case that Trump may have broken the law in the Ukraine saga.

Proving the monetary value of a Biden investigation would be tricky, but expert analysis could be used to show the value exceeds the $25,000 required for a felony, said Hasen, since overall spending in the 2020 election is expected to be in the billions.

And the fact that Trump’s inner circle was investigated by Mueller for this potential crime could be used as evidence that he should have known the rules.

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2. BRIBERY

Trump’s interaction with the Ukrainian president could potentially count as soliciting a bribe, former prosecutors said.

“The same law that makes it a crime to offer a bribe also makes it a crime to ask for one,” said Patrick Cotter, a former New York prosecutor who helped bring down the mobster John Gotti.

Bribery as defined by 18 USC 201 includes a public official seeking “anything of value” for influencing a public act.

“Trump has exposure for soliciting a bribe under Section 201,” wrote Harry Sandick, a former New York prosecutor, adding that bribery may be “the strongest of any of the proposed lines of charging.”

3. HONEST SERVICES FRAUD

Trump’s behavior toward Ukraine could count as honest services fraud, according to Barbara McQuade, Detroit’s former top federal prosecutor.

“The theory is that by performing an official act in exchange for personal gain, a public official defrauds his constituents of his honest services to make decisions and take actions that are in the best interests of the public,” McQuade wrote Wednesday on the Just Security blog.

Other legal experts agreed.

“I find McQuade’s argument convincing,” wrote Jens David Ohlin, vice dean of Cornell Law School, in response to an email from VICE News. “Though, as she notes, the Supreme Court has severely limited the doctrine. It would have been much easier to describe this as honest services fraud ten years ago before these Supreme Court rulings.”

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4. EXTORTION

There’s a fine line between bribery and extortion, from the law’s point of view.

The difference generally hinges on whether the person being asked for a payout is more like an accomplice, or more like a victim, Cotter said. If the person is being threatened, then it may be extortion, he said.

The whistleblower said Trump personally issued instructions to suspend almost $400 million worth of security aid to Ukraine, shortly before pressing Zelensky to “look into” Biden.

But the episode represents a close call, said Sandick, and the nitty-gritty details are crucial.

“It depends on whether Trump is seeking tangible, transferable property, like actual evidence of Biden’s crimes, or whether he is seeking something intangible (an ‘investigation’),” Sandick wrote. “Extortion has been interpreted narrowly to preclude a prosecution when the property sought is purely intangible and non-transferable.”

Extortion seems unlikely to apply to this case, given the language of the relevant federal statute, said Robert Eatinger, former acting general counsel for the CIA.

5. WITNESS INTIMIDATION

After the whistleblower’s complaint emerged, Trump called the source “almost a spy,” before apparently making a dark allusion to capital punishment for treason.

“You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart? Right? The spies and treason, we used to handle it a little differently than we do now,” Trump said.

Afterwards, top House Democrats accused Trump of witness intimidation and of obstructing their impeachment inquiry.

“The President’s comments today constitute reprehensible witness intimidation and an attempt to obstruct Congress’ impeachment inquiry,” they wrote in a joint letter on Thursday.

But Trump has argued in the past that some of his most incendiary public comments were really just jokes, and he could do so here as well, said Sandick.

“I think that Trump would argue that he was being colorful and not actually threatening to kill the whistleblower,” Sandick said. “I wouldn’t charge it based on what we know now.”

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6. OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

The whistleblower wrote that after Trump’s infamous July 25 phone call with Ukraine’s president, the White House went into “lock down.”

At the advice of White House lawyers, officials took the unorthodox step of moving records of the call into a separate system for protecting highly classified documents.

“That was very unusual,” said Larry Pfeiffer, whose career in intelligence included serving as White House Situation Room director in the Obama administration.

“The White House staff is walking on perilous ground here,” said Duncan Levin, a former New York prosecutor. “That could be a violation of obstruction of justice.”

It remains unclear who made the decision. And any theoretical obstruction charge would depend on important details, including the corrupt intent to obstruct and the existence of a pending investigation or legal proceeding.

“Obstruction is one of the harder cases to bring,” said Rocah. “You’d have to show they were covering it up not just because it looks bad, but because Congress or the DOJ was going to be looking into it.”

Yet this would hardly be the first time Trump’s been accused of obstructing justice. Mueller’s report outlined multiple instances of obstructive behavior, in evidence so damning that over 1,000 former prosecutors signed a joint letter stating that anyone else would have been charged.

The president can’t be indicted while in office, according to DOJ policy, and Mueller said that meant he couldn’t reach a final decision on whether Trump committed obstruction.

7. CONSPIRACY

Reaching an agreement with others to commit any of these other crimes would set up the possibility of a conspiracy charge.

“A conspiracy is just folks getting together to commit a crime,” said Cotter. “You could potentially have conspiracy to commit honest services fraud, conspiracy to obstruct justice or conspiracy to solicit a bribe.”

A conspiracy charge requires not just an agreement, however, but also at least one overt act.

That’s not easy to prove. Mueller, for example, evaluated whether to bring conspiracy charges against members of the Trump campaign for participating in Russia’s election interference activities, but ultimately decided the evidence was insufficient to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt.

“There’s a strong argument that the president’s conduct violates federal campaign finance law, although I wouldn’t say it’s a slam-dunk case,” said Richard Hasen, a specialist on election law at the University of California Irvine.

A theoretical future prosecutor would need to demonstrate that Trump sought something of value for his reelection from Ukraine’s president, and that he knew the law says he shouldn’t.

In case you forgot: Trump’s inner circle, including his son Don Jr. and the top brass of his campaign, narrowly skated past this one during the Russian investigation, after Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded that neither of those clauses could be fulfilled

Proving the monetary value of a Biden investigation would be tricky, but expert analysis could be used to show the value exceeds the $25,000 required for a felony, said Hasen, since overall spending in the 2020 election is expected to be in the billions.

And the fact that Trump’s inner circle was investigated by Mueller for this potential crime could be used as evidence that he should have known the rules.

Even Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano thinks the evidence looks strong against Trump on this one.

“Trump apparently personally and directly committed the crime for which he claimed Mueller exonerated him,” Napolitano concluded.

The Department of Justice, however, said that after reviewing the record of Trump’s Ukraine phone call, it found “there was no campaign finance violation and that no further action was warranted.”

That decision has been criticized by legal experts.

Read: Trump’s Ukraine Scandal Is Also Attorney General Bill Barr’s Scandal

“It doesn’t sound like they interviewed the whistleblower or anybody involved,” said Nick Akerman, a former member of the Nixon-era Whitewater prosecution team. “They didn’t really do a criminal investigation. The whole thing was just put under the rug.”

Thanks to Greg Walters of The Week for this reporting.

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Which State Does this Senator Represent?

Indeed, the mere fact that there is so much corruption prevents any single episode … but it is the totality that matters. A corrupt ‘miasma’ has enveloped Washington. For generations, both parties upheld that the government would abide rules, laws, and norms dividing from all presidents’ personal and political interests.

The norm of bureaucratic professionalism and fairness is a pillar of the political legitimacy and economic strength of the American system, the thing that separates countries like the U.S. from countries like Russia, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, and China The decay of American culture is difficult to quantify since 2017, but the signs are everywhere. ‘Trump’s stench’ is slowly seeping into every corner of government.

To be sure intimidating a novice foreign leader and threaten to weaken Ukraine’s national defenses, dovetails neatly with Trump’s pro-Russian stance. Fact: The N.Y. Post reports that Trump is using the aid, which enjoys bipartisan support, as an extortion device.

By conscripting foreign countries to rough up U. S. citizens and domestic political rivals, Trump has been fracking new ground.

During the ’16 presidential campaign, Trump denied concerns about the unprecedented conflicts of interest that would arise from him running a business – at the same time he wields enormous international power. Republicans in Congress have behaved with no concern whatsoever about Trump’s corruption, refusing to take even modest steps like compelling the release of his tax returns, which he had three years ago promised to reveal.

“… Corrupt the Entire Government”

By Jonathan Chait -From the New Yorker Magazine – 9-9-2019

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The following by David A. F. N. Dailey – The Sun Chronicles – September 23, 2019

 

As my Mom would say, “This president is killing me.”

 

It is worse than University of Notre Dame Band getting beat up by the #3 University of Georgia football team. Both behaviors are criminal. They say the POTUS cannot be indicted for criminal acts.

 

Ivanka Trump‘s father is more interested in a good photo opportunity than protecting my family and friends from death. I am comforted that we presently do not have any young adults serving in the military under DJ Trump’s command.

 

I wish Ivanka Trump and family would do an intervention and get their father to resign; even Nixon and VP Spiro Agnew were able to resign with some dignity.

 

U. S. Gun Policy [with Justice Stevens op-ed, written ’18] included with The Dailey Sun~Chronicles Volume VII, Issue 31, Fall 2018

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Addendum:

August 2019

If the President did the right thing:

  1. He would have apologized for his racist language
  2.  He would have called Congress (today) for a special session on Gun Controls and Impeachment proceedings
  3. Trump would stop lying

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Life Lessons from Uncle Dan and Aunt Holly:

Pentecost Sunday ’18                           Happy Birthday (#1975) to the Christian Church!

What we have heard (Uncle Dan would be #70 today!) and learned:

Dan and Holly. They had a “quiet classiness” that is rare to see these days.

One of Dan’s main points of advice was “don’t give people a reason to say no.” That also means not to deliberately bring negative attention to oneself.

I believe that it’s better to be lost in the crowd than to be remembered for the wrong reasons. I’ve found this important to remember when job searching and negotiating office politics.

I agree with Henderson Louis Dailey.

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Provide assistance for funeral, Irish wake, cemetery headstone, and burial services.

In March 2013, D. A. D. took a vow of poverty, liquidating his 401K, ended up losing out to ‘storage war’, and failed to maintain life insurance payment.  Although not in-debt, he has been afraid to be a burden to his family.

May God bless us and the U.S.!

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Lesson from “The Five Owls” – 3-Step Process for Children Literacy

Credit for this should be given to Holly and Dan Dailey, who worked tirelessly in Minneapolis on this project between 1980 and 2005:

Step 1: Make time for reading with your children.

Step 2: Create an environment for reading.

a) Read aloud to kids everyday,

b) Discuss stories, events, and the world around them,

c) Encourage children to learn letters and words,

d) Take children to libraries and bookstores, and

e) Encourage reading and writing as free-time activities.

Step 3: Read good books and talk about them

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Open Letter to Readers of “Wandervogel Diary” and Supporters of The Redemption Project

 

written from “Estrella Vista”, 800 Seaman Road, HC-65, Box 243 A, Alpine, West Texas  79830; telephone (432) 371-4257 –

DaileySun@outlook.com

 

Dear Family and Friends,

 

Authentic issues of “Wandervogel Diary,” passed into the afterlife with Dan L. Dailey

in November, 2016.

 

Being his younger brother of five and a half years, I arrived at Estrella Vista

– originally named the Wandervogelhaus –

on December 11, 2016.

 

That date is between the birthdays of Dan and David’s only blood-sister, Mary Christine Dailey Schultz Neumann [12-10-1949], and “baby brother” David Arthur Francis Niklas Dailey [12-12-1953].

 

So in the spirit which is part tradition, genetics, respect, and forward searching,

I am asking diary readers to respond with their best efforts to keep the vision,

mission, goals, and projects of The Redemption Project moving into the right direction.

 

What Dan L. attempted was never a one-man-job.

He will remain the “face” of the movement and one main source

of inspiration for all of us and many more “movers and shakers” to come. I praise Dan’s assignment of Lone Heron to administer The Redemption Project, which I know I could not be successful leading.

 

Although I am a writer with great interests in justice, politics, and human development, my focus has been with sports, political satire, public health and safety, and comedy – all kinds of humor, including stand-up entertainment.

 

I think humor has its place. In The Redemption Project, it needs to be applied carefully,

timely, in the proper situation, among a suitable audience, etc., etc., etc.

 

Your support of Lone Heron, Dan’s son Henry, and many others working on the project

will be appreciated very much.

 

Where ever I may be writing my funny stuff,

I will be praying, hoping, and thinking about your future successes.

 

All the best,

 

 

David

Founder of “The Dailey Sun-Chronicles”