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Sunday, July 1, 2012

Freedom Of Speech was On Trial last week In DC


freedom of speech was on trial last week in washington dc. the mainstream media and others looked the other way. however, some stepped up and spoke out. the excuse of "partisan politics" was used to cover up efforts to silence women who addressed the obama/vilsack administration, department of agriculture, "War on Women".
usda women from california, spoke at the summit, many times with tears in their eyes. the question that needs to be addressed is.....does washington politics trump the civil and human rights of these women and other whistlblowers around this country? freedom of speech took on a early holiday.
senator chuck grassley, iowa, opened the three day summit", held in the senate dirksen building, capitol hill. he followed with a letter to secretary of agriculture, tom vilsack, questioning usda's continued dysfunctional civil rights process.
lawrence lucas, president
usda coalition of minority employees
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As an Attendee of the Summit, I'd like to thank Senator Grassley for
his steadfast belief and staunch support of the whistleblower's and thank him for his letter to the Sec of Agriculture that our cases have been to long in the system w/o the proper due process. The non-compliance of due-process, the defrauding of the farms and the sexual harassment forest service female employees some of these cases have been going on for decades.
I also must that when the Freedom of the Press and the defaming accusations against the women who spent their own money and were on their own time were accused of being politically motivated for standing up for our rights,
1) to be heard
2) to be treated fair and equitably
3) to ask for the help of Senate and or Congress when a Federal Agency don't follow even it's own rules and Regulations, much less the ones afforded by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, as our forefather's intended.
m seaver Scottsburg,Indiana

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