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… The Average Street Cop … Under Fire [#Feds]…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Monday,October 17th,2016

.. and they feel that they get no support or backing from the Federal Government …

.. NY Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is a cop ‘ s cop . He has run several different departments , in different part of our nation . So , he is no lightweight where it comes to police and policing . But Bratton is also no conservative either …

.. He is more a middle – of – the – roader , politically , if anyone can classify him as such . Well , Bratton really turns on the ObamaCraps ,and rips them several new ones in this interview …

.. [h/t — theRightScoop.com]..
.. [link] to the interview segment ..

.. where Bratton tees off is at the lack of symbolism and the lack of leadership at the highest levels of the Federal Government . POTUS does not know the meaning of the word . Holder could not care less . The symbolism problem , you can tie that directly to the access of Sharpton into the inner sanctum of the White House …. why ??

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… Whoa ! Golden Nugget [#State IG rpt]…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Friday,June 3rd,2016

.. nice going , dick morris ! ..

.. given his experience w. the Clintonoids , he knew to expect something like this . Just not something this explosive !! ..

.. it seems that the Clintonoids employed a former intern , Justin Cooper , to run and maintain the actual physical server . Bryan Pqgliano was the webmaster , but Cooper ran and maintained it . Just one problem ..

.. [h/t — Newsmax.com]..
.. [link] to the blog post news ..

.. Cooper had no security clearance . He worked with the Clintonoid Fndtn , but he actually worked for a foreign contractor . And he had access to every one , EVERY ONe , OF our nation ‘ s national security secrets ..

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… It Just Keeps Getting Worse [#Miz Hillary][#email][#SAP][#state secrets][…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Wednesday,March 16th,2016

.. yes , it just keeps getting worse for Miz Hillary ..

.. especially when you focus on the last two hashtags , SAP & state secrets ..

.. these emails that have been released [over the last few months] act as if they are Chinese Water Torture . They keep showing up to produce the effect of a Sword of Damocles over the Miz Hillary campaign > Not that she enjoys it , that is for sure …

.. [h/t — Newsmax.com]..
.. [link] to the news article ..

.. first the SAP . It stands for Special Access Programs . What is that ? That means secret information of the far highest order . There is virtually nothing that is higher . The ” access ” to this stuff is virtually nil . It is either code word related or numeric code related . It is that damn serious ..

.. There were 22 emails that the State Department deemed ” too hot to handle . ” These emails were not allowed to be released ..

.. then come state secrets . Secrets of state are that damn serious . It is stuff that you should guard with your life , if necessary ..

.. it is this stuff that is going to get Miz Hillary and her underlings in the most legal trouble , that is for sure …

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… ObamaCrapCare [Employer Justification to IRS] …

Posted by paulfromwloh on Tuesday,February 11th,2014

.. I went back and dug up this CNS article . It is about a year old , but it is more relevant than ever ….

.. It is the proposed rule that I believe syndicated columnist Marc Thiessen was referring to when he made his appearance tonight on the “Kelly File” on FoxNewsChannel . The proposed rule (in that article) is the one that the IRS has made final , now . Yea , it is micromanaging of a Business ‘ hiring and firing and staffing decisions , making them subject to the audit of the Infernal Revenue Service …

.. [h/t — CNSnews]..
.. [link] to the article..

(CNSNews.com) – The Internal Revenue Service warned employers in a new regulatory proposal not to come up with clever schemes to avoid Obamacare’s employer health insurance mandate. The IRS said it would soon issue “anti-abuse rules” to discourage employers from taking advantage of any regulatory loopholes. “The Treasury Department and the IRS are aware of various structures being considered under which employers might use temporary staffing agencies (or other staffing agencies)… to evade application of section 4980H [the employer insurance mandate],” the IRS said in a proposed regulatory announcement issued December 28.

The IRS said it would issue a so-called “anti-abuse rule” in an attempt to prevent employers from using temp agencies to circumvent the mandate, essentially writing into law that even though an employer hires temporary workers and therefore is not technically under the mandate’s jurisdiction, the IRS would fine them anyway for not providing health insurance. “It is anticipated that the final regulations will contain an anti-abuse rule,” the agency said. “Under that anticipated rule, if an individual performs services as an employee of an employer, and also performs the same or similar services for that employer in the individual’s purported employment at a temporary staffing agency or other staffing agency of which the employer is a client, then all the hours of service are attributed to the employer for purposes of applying section 4980H.”

In other words, if an employer hires someone part-time, then uses an employment agency to bring the same person on for a second part-time shift, the IRS will still hold the employer liable under the ObamaCare mandate. Similarly, IRS said that if an employer hires the same person for two part-time stints by using two different employment agencies, it will hold either the employer or one of the employment agencies liable for the mandate’s penalties. The issue stems from the employer health insurance mandate in Obamacare, which requires employers with 50 or more full-time employees to provide government-approved, affordable health insurance to at least 95 percent of their employees (and dependents). If any of those employees receives government health insurance subsidies, the IRS will fine the employer up to $2,000 per employee, according to a formula outlined by the IRS.

The warning is part of proposed regulations from the IRS outlining how employers must determine whether they meet the 50 full-time-employee threshold and whether the insurance they offer meets government standards. The IRS said that a full-time employee is one who works an average of 30 hours per week or 130 hours per month, roughly 6 hours of paid service per weekday. The IRS also said that in order for an employer’s health insurance plan to pass muster with the government, it must be available to 95 percent of employees and cost no more than 9.5 percent of an employee’s wages. The agency specified that employers could still fall under the mandate if they employ enough part-time workers to equal 50 full-time workers. For example, if an employer has 40 full-time workers and 20 part-time workers, that employer would be considered by the government to have 50 full-time workers and would be subject to the mandate because the 20 part-time workers average to 10 full-time workers – meeting the 50 full-time-worker threshold.

.. LEC here again — I found a news article at AccountingToday , which sets things out pretty simply . The link to the piece is [here] …

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