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Last evening following the terrorist attack we heard politicians and commentators refer to this jihadi event as one of more than 350 “mass shootings” for 2015, more than one a day. Wow, where did this come from?

They finally shared “Mass Shooting Tracker”. http://shootingtracker.com/wiki/Mass_Shootings_in_2015

The 2015 data was in Excel format and we saved here 2015CURRENT which documented 354 “mass shooting” (involves four or more victims) events for 2015 in chronological order. We sorted by State and saved the document.

NOlathe observations:

  • Only 18.3% (65 of 354) had identified shooter(s). This implies ‘drive-by shootings’ and other gang like activities are included.
  • Top 5 States account for 35.0% with top 10 accounting for 55.9% of the total. MassByState . This analysis further shows the impact of sites ie: Chicago have on the claims made “more than one mass shooting per day”.

 

Ken Dunwoody

kdunwoody2@aol.com

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Recently we became aware of and shared with you a communal involving Johnson County, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri governments conducting greenhouse gas surveys. At the end of the posting dated February 8, 2015 https://nolathe.net/2015/02/08/secret-meetings-hidden-documents-and-spooky-votes/  we noted the need for more discovery via Kansas Open Record Act (KORA) requests.

Now accomplished we have a better understanding for why we are hated by JoCo Staff and feared by JoCo Commissioners. Our simple and dates specific request resulted in hundreds and hundreds of documents. We received three emails, each with attachment containing the maximum amount of data transferable electronically.

The order in which we share this information is not in order of importance, events or dates.

With todays post we must start with a brief introduction to   http://www.icleiusa.org/networks/networks-1/heartland-local-government-sustainability-network

Heartland Local Government Sustainability Network

Dubuque, Iowa by Pete Zarria on flickr

Dubuque, Iowa. Photo credit: Pete Zarria on flickr.

September 17, 2010 marked the inaugural meeting of the Heartland Local Government Sustainability Network (HLGSN). HLGSN is an independent peer forum of municipal professionals in sustainability, energy, planning, environment, and allied disciplines. The geographic scope of the network includes Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Kansas—aligning decidedly with U.S. EPA Region 7. The network allows some participation from South Dakota and North Dakota, which reside within U.S. EPA Region 8. The impetus for HLGSN is to help member local governments with the administration of federal initiatives, build capacity for members to improve sustainability performance locally, and provide a forum to exchange ideas and information with regional peers who share a common economy, culture, and climate.

HLGSN is self-governing, and membership is invite-only through peer review. The only requirement is that members are local government professionals. Current members include top-level managers from 14 cities and counties. Thus far, the network is comprised of mostly ICLEI USA communities, but ICLEI USA affiliation is not a requirement.  Kansas City, Missouri, is the founding member of HLGSN.

 

The 3 page document reviewed today may be viewed here Heartland CALL_2014_01_24

Portions shared and commented on below in order:

MARC 1.24.14.1

  • NOlathe note: All past (?) and current ICLEI members.

 

MARC 1.24.14.3

  • NOlathe note: Brendle is the recommended ICLEI contractor.

 

MARC 1.24.14.4

  • NOlathe note: As hard as we have tried, that makes no sense.

 

MARC 1.24.14.6

  • NOlathe note: We concede that corn is not the crop of choice in Oklahoma nor is cotton in Nebraska. But lets get another grant to study this?

 

MARC 1.24.14.7

  •  NOlathe note: ICLEI has already concluded there is Global Warming Climate Change but hasn’t any data to support that. Heartland group founded in 2010 and atleast partially responsible for massive mandates/spending is just now talking about acquiring data.

 

MARC 1.24.14.8

  • NOlathe noteGlobal Warming Climate Change Climate Resiliency.

 

MARC 1.24.14.9

  • NOlathe note: Global Warming Climate Change Climate Resiliency Climate Adaptation.

 

Conclusion– As recently as January 24, 2014 participants in ICLEI aka Agenda 21 have no data to support their mandates. Our elected have once again been duped with Chicken Little hysteria http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henny_Penny .

Commissioners– This is the time of year to hatch and add new chicks to ones flock. Henpecked Acres currently has 18 under a heat lamp. Please tell Henny Penny we’ll keep the light on for her, it’s time to come home.

“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
Ken Dunwoody                GOD
Henpecked Acres            One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com
http://NOlathe.net

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Three years ago we demonstrated how rain/snow was a new source of taxation for two large municipalities followed-up one year later when a state made the same decision, precipitation is taxable. https://nolathe.net/2013/04/11/maryland-governor-taxes-rain/

This ideology births from a national organization called I.C.L.E.I. and inter-nationally by the United Nations Agenda 21. Information on both is readily available. We have also posted information about Chapter 18 of Agenda 21 https://nolathe.net/2012/01/20/chapter-18-of-the-united-nations-agenda-21-is-all-about-water/  which is all about global control of water. We have posted documents and video of the Kansas Republican Party and the National Republican Party denouncing both these organizations and agendas.

In 2012 Johnson County Kansas Government documented they were no longer a member of I.C.L.E.I. yet in 2014 they documented their membership was current and in good standing (lie #4).12.11.14.7

We believe this is driven in large part by Commission Chair Eilert, Office of County Manager, City of Overland Park and MARC (Mid America Regional Council).

Once removed from our TO-DO priorities (ICLEI) ICLEI is reinstated and updated in priority with this posting.

Denver Colorado is one of the 1992 founding members of I.C.L.E.I. and was one of the proposed funding partners with Johnson County https://nolathe.net/2013/04/11/maryland-governor-taxes-rain/  Here is an update on Colorado and a glimpse in to our future. DWR_RainwaterFlyer

Colorado.1

Colorado.2

Johnson County Kansas is full of Card Carrying Members of The Republican Party. Although Johnson County officials are by non-partisan elections, a reasonable person only has to look at who attends what functions to figure this stuff out! Maybe the county should define party platforms as trash and let Deffenbaugh segregate what is recyclable and landfill the rest. This pretense is laughable but coming to a neighborhood like yours. God controls water and his name ain’t ICLEI.

“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
Ken Dunwoody                            GOD
Henpecked Acres                         One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com
http://NOlathe.net

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JCSOJuly2nd-ResponsetoDiscussionPaper

Ask why the secrecy to nullify HOME RULE CHARTER here……………

County Chairman

Chairman

Ed Eilert
913-715-0500 | Bio | ed.eilert@jocogov.org

First District Commissioner

First District Commissioner

C. Edward Peterson
913-715-0431 | Bio | ed.peterson@jocogov.org

Second District Commissioner

Second District Commissioner

James (Jim) P. Allen
913-715-0432 | Bio | jim.allen@jocogov.org

Third District Commissioner

Third District Commissioner

Steven C. Klika
913-715-0433 | Bio | steve.klika@jocogov.or

Fourth District Commissioner

Fourth District Commissioner

Jason Osterhaus
913-715-0434 | Bio | jason.osterhaus@jocogov.org

Fifth District Commissioner

Fifth District Commissioner

Michael Ashcraft
913-715-0435 | Bio | michael.ashcraft@jocogov.org

Sixth District Commissioner

Sixth District Commissioner

John Toplikar
913-715-0436 | Bio | john.toplikar@jocogov.org

 

From: Cynthia.Dunham@jocogov.org
To: Kdunwoody2@aol.com
Sent: 7/15/2014 3:34:22 P.M. Central Daylight Time
Subj: RE: Commissioner Ashcraft

Mr. Dunwoody:

As a follow-up to my prior email, attached JCSOJuly2nd-ResponsetoDiscussionPaper please find the Response to the Johnson County Auditor’s Discussion Paper, which was prepared by the Sheriff’s auditor, BKD. This Response was received subsequent to my prior email. Additionally, please note the restrictions on publication and reproduction set forth in BKD’s cover letter, which is part of the Response.

If you have any problems with the attachments, please let me know.

Thank you.

Cynthia Dunham

Deputy Director of Legal

Legal Department

111 S. Cherry Street, Suite 3200 Olathe, Kansas 66061

Direct (913) 715-1852 | Fax (913) 715-1873 | Office (913) 715-1900

E-mail: cynthia.dunham@jocogov.org Kansas Relay Operator (800)766-3777

www.jocogov.org| @jocogov | F/jocogov

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail, and any attached document accompanying this transmission, contain confidential information belonging to the sender which may be privileged. It is intended only for the use of the above named. If you are not the intended recipient, any disclosure, copying, distribution or taking of action based on the contents of this information is strictly prohibited. If you received this transmission in error, please notify the sender immediately by return e-mail and then delete all contents received. Thank you for your cooperation.

From: Dunham, Cynthia, LGL
Sent: Thursday, July 03, 2014 3:08 PM
To: Kdunwoody2@aol.com
Cc: Ashcraft, Michael, BOC
Subject: RE: Commissioner Ashcraft

Mr. Dunwoody:

Attached please find records responsive to your request. If you have any problems with the attachments, please let me know.

Thank you.

Cynthia Dunham

Deputy Director of Legal

Legal Department

111 S. Cherry Street, Suite 3200 Olathe, Kansas 66061

Direct (913) 715-1852 | Fax (913) 715-1873 | Office (913) 715-1900

E-mail: cynthia.dunham@jocogov.org Kansas Relay Operator (800)766-3777

www.jocogov.org| @jocogov | F/jocogov

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail, and any attached document accompanying this transmission, contain confidential information belonging to the sender which may be privileged. It is intended only for the use of the above named. If you are not the intended recipient, any disclosure, copying, distribution or taking of action based on the contents of this information is strictly prohibited. If you received this transmission in error, please notify the sender immediately by return e-mail and then delete all contents received. Thank you for your cooperation.

From: Ashcraft, Michael, BOC
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2014 5:09 AM
To: Kdunwoody2@aol.com
Cc: Dunham, Cynthia, LGL
Subject: Re: Commissioner Ashcraft

Thank you Ken. I will ask that those results be sent to us.

Michael L. Ashcraft

Sent from my iPad
On Jun 30, 2014, at 8:04 PM, “Kdunwoody2@aol.com” <Kdunwoody2@aol.com> wrote:

Commissioner Ashcraft,

Nothing I like more than a healthy digestion of the budget, any budget. Not to disappoint, JoCo has left me on pins and needles since last Thursday. Actually creating a budget is tedious and boring, troubleshooting the final document is always fun.

Last Thursday 6/26/14 there was considerable discussion and criticism directed towards the Sheriff’s Office for having a non-governmental company do an independent audit as it concerned the Sheriff’s proposed 2015 budget. Chairman Eilert seemed concerned that the independent auditor had not consulted with the County Auditor when there were gross contradictions with the numbers. Someone should have reminded the Chair, that’s why it’s called an “independent audit“.

The independent auditor made it clear several times that she could not replicate the County’s numbers. Yourself and others requested that the two auditors meet Friday 6/27/14 and reconcile the two audits. Today’s second look meeting was shocking to say the least. The Board of County Commissioners took nearly an about turn and unanimously supported the Sheriff’s budget. Absent was any discussion of the auditors’ reconciliation of the two documents.

Having had some experience in replicating budgets, I find the absence of Thursday’s importance somewhat curious today. I may very well be wrong but it’s only June 30th so allow me to venture a guess. The County’s Auditor was wrong and the independent auditor was correct? Since the questions regarding the differences of the two audits were clearly made part(s) of the record, it is necessary that the reconciliation of the two audits also be made part(s) of the record. As my Commissioner, I leave that responsibility to you.

As my Commissioner, please accept this as a KORA request for all documents (electronic or written) that clarifies, reconciles, discusses or make up your own word addressing the auditors’ differences or similarities.

When I could not replicate the Olathe budget involving the annexation of my little Henpecked Acres, they aborted their attempt and someone lost their job. Creating numbers is easy, defending them is more difficult.

Thank you for your service to this GREAT Nation.

“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”

Ken Dunwoody                                    GOD
Henpecked Acres                          One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com
http://NOlathe.net

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UPDATE: As of July 21, 2014 and THANKS to Sheriff Denning and Commissioner Allen this document and discussion is now posted at 

http://www.jocosheriff.org/index.aspx?page=267

This document was paid for by us folks, belongs as property to us folks and now shared with us folks.

I acknowledge warnings from both BKD and Johnson County NOT to share this information obtained from a lawful Kansas Open Records Act (KORA) request.

BKD Intro

 

The accompanying report is quite revealing and makes clear why “Independent Audits” are necessarily and by definition INDEPENDENT.   JCSOJuly2nd-ResponsetoDiscussionPaper

Possibly the most valuable document we have mined, our Constitutionally Elected Sheriff was correct while Standing At The Gate.

 

“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
Ken Dunwoody                                               GOD
Henpecked Acres                            One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com
http://NOlathe.net

 

 

 

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From redistribution of global and local wealth, absolute control of behavior, removal of property and water rights, devastation of Capitalism, soaring energy prices, free speech and religious freedom condemned, open borders to government dependency.  From my furthest government to my closest government, America is under attack from other Americans with global in your face agendas.  How many local politicians have actually read what Agenda 21 entails?  “Going green” is a fuzzy warm manipulative tool that has failed implementation world-wide.

Agenda 21 Document Agenda21 from United Nations down through Member Nations. UN 21.28

ICLEI Document  Click here: Home | ICLEI Global   from United Nations up through Member Regional authorities. Since the 1990s, ICLEI has been helping local governments of all sizes worldwide to build more sustainable cities and communities through the themes of urban development, urban governance, Eco-City and Green City, eco-budgeting and sustainable procurement.

ICLEI EEE

Mid America Regional Council (Kansas and Missouri) document MARCStrategicPlanningFramework_adopted MARC Regional

JoCo ICLEI 10372341_757906667564923_1784365167952843864_n

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“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
Ken Dunwoody kdunwoody2@aol.com http://NOlathe.net

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Eilert Law Suit

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