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updated Jan. 17 2019


95 per cent of the conbributions from the federal work force contributed to Hillary Clinton, so there has been a complete change in the federal work force over the years.
Essentially most Americans know this and seem to not miss the largely political leftist employees who are on a temporary shutdown.

Although not directly part of the federal government shutdown, Ruth Bader Ginsberg is the highest ranking government official to be absent from her job with Congress in Puerto Rico being a substantial part of an equal branch of government also absent.

It might be legal but is a daily annoyance that she phones her opinion or skypes it as one of nine judges deciding national policy. Congress vacationing seems to be another terrible decision as well.

A terrible precedent could be set for the entire judicial and legislative system that would be the Ginsberg/Pelosi precedent of being "absent" during a government emergency.

UPDATED JAN. 17: President Trump ordered the cancelation of Speaker Pelosi, joined by 100 members of Congress, on a junket using a U.S. Military plane out of Andrews Air Force base today (Jan. 17 2019). They are still away from work but not able to use any military resources for junkets.

But then there are benefits too.

Updated: In similar vein, nearly (previously "400,000" ) 800,000 goverment officials who do damage to pro-family Americans are absent during the government shutdown and can not do any damage to Christians or religious liberty while they are not in their respective federal offices.

Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio points out some of the benefits of a partial government shutdown today.

Nine out of 15 federal departments are closed, as well as dozens of agencies. However, several funding bills were passed and signed, so about 75 percent of government services are unaffected by the shutdown.

(From various sources, WSJ, CNN and CBS:)

(Nearly 400,000) 380,000 workers have been furloughed from departments including NASA, the State Department, the National Park Service, the Forest Service, the Transportation Department, the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the IRS.

UPDATE Jan. 17 : 9 DEPARTMENTS that employ 800,000 federal employees are closed

See original: VOX

Immigration courts have closed, forcing judges to indefinitely postpone hearings scheduled months in advance. There is already a backlog of over 800,000 cases.

In addition, hundreds of government scientists are missing three major scientific conferences this week because of the partial government shutdown. Attendees of the events describe them as crucial opportunities for scientists from the government, the private sector and academia to exchange research and ideas. Topics include technology, space exploration, extreme weather and climate change.

This is a partial list of positive outcomes of these various agencies being closed:

U.S. Congress:

Many congressional staffers have received furlough notices; members of Congress continue to get paid. Most of the legislative work done by staffs, like re-introducing or writing bad legislation is now halted. The Gay Bill of Rights, Homosexual Classrooms Act and many other bills, and progress is stopped dead.

See original: CNN

Department of Commerce

No forced attendence "Gay Pride Rallies" featuring homosexual lobby activists working the entire fedeal agency work force.

Employees being "encouraged" to be brainwashed by
Keynote speaker Sarah McBride, the National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign, who "shared her story about coming out as transgender and the struggles and triumphs she experienced since. Her heartfelt speech opened minds and shed light on the journey towards LGBT equality."

No governmentwide coordination, propaganda sessions organized by Commerce department offices. No more taxpayer subsidies to the homosexual lobby, homosexual newspapers, prohomosexual lobbies in other countries.

See orginal: OSEC

Department of Homeland Security

Regular visas will not be processed, however emergency visas will be processed. No more homosexual aliens. Zero.

Department of Justice
All civil lawsuits being pushed by SPLC, ACLU AND other pro-homoseuxal lobbies are suspended.

Department of State
Passport processing will be slower because of fewer workers. Regular passports will not be issued, no more homosexual aliens
or refugees will be processed.

Environment Protection Agency (EPA)

The EPA actively promotes pro-homosexual propaganda to the entire country every day. These nationally promoted EPA pro-homosexual spokesmen/ladies -- are no longer on the public payroll:

Sherry Banks, Life Scientist
Office of Site Remediation and Restoration
Boston, MA (EPA Region 1)

Charlena Bowling, Environmental Protection Specialist
Office of Research and Development
Cincinnati, OH

Brendan G. Doyle, Senior Advisor
Office of Research and Development
Washington, DC

Javier Laureano, Division Director
Clean Water Division, Region 2
New York City

Mari Lee, Physical Scientist
Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention
Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics
Washington DC (Headquarters)

Bob Sachs, Environmental Scientist
Office of Policy
Washington DC

Sachs says
The day my younger child came out as gay at age 13 inspired me to take whatever action I can to advocate for the greater LBGTQ+ community. Skipping forward about eight years to two years ago, they came out again, and my child is now in the process of transitioning to female. My wife and I are incredibly proud and privileged to be engaged in her journey.

Small Business Administration is closed

SBA approvals of applications for direct loans to pro-homosexual small businesses will stop.
Instead of promoting or defending Christian small business, government bureaucrats are promoting homosexual networks and funnelling millions in loans to those

Seven SBA taxpayer funded district offices have " a strategic alliance with the LGBT (homosexual) business community."

See original: SBA

EEOC is closed

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is currently closed because of the federal government shutdown.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) can not order or force employers to hire homosexuals and other sexually confused individuals despite their moral or religious objections.

They can not attack one man one woman marriage and promote bizarre and strange "marital" arrangements (lesbian, homosexual, three spouses, etc.)

The EEOC's Feldblum has argued that, "I, for one, am not sure marriage is a normatively good institution." Instead of promoting marriage as the best arrangement for the emotional and economic security of families, Feldblum believes "all of us are harmed& when society fails to acknowledge the wide array of non-marital social structures."

Feldblum even signed a manifesto proposing government recognition of "diverse kinds" of partnerships that "move beyond the narrow confines of marriage politics" in the United States.

Department of Education is closed

Can not order public school to promote transgender bathrooms, sports teams, showers and general push men into public school girl's bathrooms.

Civil Rights Commission is closed

They can not harrass and punish American business companies that fire obnoxious homosexuals who promote their strange beliefs to customers and their families.

They can not lobby other federal agencies and Congress to ignore biological science like man and woman genes and claim there are other "sexes" and can not
push transgender propaganda at taxpayer expense.

They can not harass police departments nationwide to give transgender activists special rights.

They can not order other agencies to force men into young girls bathrooms which they attempt daily.

On Dec. 7, The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights writes to urge the Department of Health and Human
Services not to narrowly define gender to a biological, immutable condition determined at birth.

Transgender letter to Health and Human Services

Federal Election Commission is closed

"So long as the FEC is inoperative, the agency cannot investigate complaints or probe political committees suspected of wrongdoing. It cannot penalize political scofflaws."

This means: the FEC can not do favors for pro-homosexual candidates by filling out their disclosure forms and correcting their reporting errors while punishing investigating and punishing conservative pro-family candidates for federal office or pro-family members of Congress. The FEC seldom attacks liberal members of
Congress-- often giving them favorable rulings and helping them with friendly opinions. On the other hand, the FEC constantly attacks conservatives for small mistakes and issues giant fines.

Department of Housing and Urban Development

HUD has wasted countless tax dollars promoting pro-homosexual propaganda in the form of "research" into "discrimination" against homosexuals and so-called transgenders, even though the Federal Fair Housing Act does not require the sale or rental of housing to homosexuals and transgenders.

See original: HUD

Under Obama, HUD intentionally misinterpreted "sex discrimination" to include discrimination against "non-conformity with gender stereotypes," including homosexuals who engage in effeminate, deviant sexual behavior.

With HUD shut down, landlords and homeowners can once again sell and lease their own properties in accordance with their faith and moral convictions.

Department of Interior

In 2014, the Department of the Interior (DOI) announced a "theme study" focused on identifying places and events associated with the "LGBT movement" and other pro-homosexual propaganda.

See original: DOI

This "theme study" resulted in $50,000 taxpayer dollars being wasted on the liberal Washington, D.C. government's pro-homosexual propaganda, used, in "politically correct" parlance, to "identify LGBT-related sites of significance" for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
With DOI shut down, that means there will be no more gay propaganda grants.

Department of Transportation

With the Department of Transportation shut down, DOT engineer Seymour Stern is furloughed, shuttering his DOT "Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Employees" (GLOBE) task force and ending the department-wide harassment of employees who reject pro-homosexual propaganda.

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

The FDA's "This Free Life Campaign" uses your tax dollars to fund pro-homosexual propaganda in the form of a "public education campaign designed to prevent and reduce tobacco use among LGBT young adults" - ignoring the fact that deviant sexual behavior is a leading factor in lower life expectancies among homosexuals. With the FDA shut down, this program, which funds pro-homosexual print, digital, and billboard advertising, is effectively terminated.

See original: FDA

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

The USDA currently funds a "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) Employment Program" managed by the HR department's "Diversity Program Specialist" and "LGBT Special Emphasis Program Manager." With the USDA affected by the shutdown, this "special emphasis" on pro-homosexual propaganda and deviant employee sexual behavior is terminated.

See original: USDA

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

NASA is notorious for wasting hundreds of thousands of tax dollars on pro-homosexual propaganda - through its annual "LGBT Pride Month" and "NASA Ames LGBT Advisory Group" - which would (in our humble opinion) be far better spent researching how to relocate homosexuals to a NASA moon base. With 98% of NASA staff furloughed, Public Advocate is pleased to report that these programs are currently shut down.

See original: NASA

MORE THEN 600 BILLION DOLLARS WORTH -- see last news item.

National Institute of Health is in full operation.

National Institute of Health is currently funded as is 75 per cent of the government. This is what they are spending their taxpayer money on wasteful homosexual propaganda.

Feds Spend $1,788,748 on Virtual Reality Game for Young Gay Men

Free Beacon reports:
Study recruited young men over Craigslist and Grindr
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $1.7 million on a virtual reality game for young men who have sex with men.

"Tough Talks" is a virtual simulation that allows young gay men to practice how to tell their partner they have HIV, using virtual reality technology. A technology training company-Georgia-based Virtually Better, Inc.-as well as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies are creating the game.

Sixty-seven percent of young gay men do not disclose their HIV status to first-time sex partners, according to the grant behind the study. Researchers see virtual reality as a solution.

"Given the potential benefits and challenges associated with disclosure, there is a need for sophisticated interventions that can assist [men who have sex with men] MSM, with the disclosure process," the grant states. "Virtual reality provides a unique environment for users to practice HIV disclosure."

"Primary outcomes of HIV viral load and condomless anal intercourse (CAI) will be assessed at intervention completion (1 month) and at 6-month follow-up," according to the grant.

The project began during the Obama administration in 2014 and has cost taxpayers $1,788,748 so far. The project will continue through May 2020.

In July 2018, researchers published results of the study, which recruited young men to participate over Craigslist, Facebook, and Grindr.

The paper, entitled, "'I Didn't Tell You Sooner Because I Didn't Know How to Handle It Myself': Developing a Virtual Reality Program to Support HIV-Status Disclosure Decisions," found most young gay men found the game "visually appealing" and said it could help them in their conversations.

Researchers first conducted focus groups to base their virtual conversations about HIV, which were used to develop three virtual characters.

See original post at Free Beacon.

money for nothing 19 million disappears poof

Grant Robbery Now Legal? Professor admits faking AIDS vaccine to get $19M in grants-- biggest grant robbery in US history yet media ignores it.
January 17, 2014

Professor admits faking AIDS vaccine to get $19M in grants--
biggest haul in US history yet media ignores it.

Public Advocate's budget is a respectable average $1.2 million for a medium sized small group.

Not one dollar from "grants", with 100 per cent public support and an average donation of $7.

The various gay lobbies hallucinate over that daily and put out daily alerts and pleas to the public: "dont support Public Advocate". Millions hear this refrain frequently.

Yet a thief stole $19 million (this is not a misprint) and gets off with no penalty except a 3 year pause on his getting 19 million.

This same thief can come to the federal grant authority and, in theory, apply for and collect $19 million again in 2017 -- and it proves the gay lobby gets billions of tax dollars without any objection by members of Congress or the news media and other good government "watchdogs".

See original post at Public Advocate.

MORE THEN 600 BILLION DOLLARS WORTH -- see last news item.

August 23, 2017

Feds Spend $438,699 Studying If 'Gender Norms' Make LGBTQ People Get Drunk

Grant: Alcohol is 'integral component of bars and clubs'!

The National Institutes of Health is spending over $400,000 studying whether gender norms of masculinity and femininity lead LGBTQ individuals to drink too much.

Trying to find the "meanings of intoxication" of sexual and gender minorities is the central question of a study that was awarded in late July.

The project will "examine the extent to which gendered norms shape risky drinking practices for sexual and gender minority (SGM) young adults," according to the grant for the study.

The grant states that alcohol is an "integral component of bars and clubs."

"Alcohol has played a central role for SGM by facilitating exploration of sexuality and gender, coping with minority stress, trauma, and stigma and serving as an integral component of bars and clubs for SGM young adults," the grant states. "Given this central role, it is not surprising that problematic alcohol use, including heavy episodic drinking (HED) and intoxication, and alcohol-related problems are significant issues for SGM young adults."

Researchers will conduct "in-depth interviews" with approximately 200 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals about their alcohol use, to determine why they drink.

See original post at Free Beacon.

Feds Spend $402,236 Comparing 'Gender Variant' Youth With 'Cisgender Youth'

The National Institutes of Health is spending over $400,000 for a study that compares "gender variant" kids with "straight cisgender" kids and cisgender lesbian, gay, and bisexual kids.

The University of Minnesota has received the funding for the study, which involves a survey of 1,200 adolescents who identify as transgender.

"Gender variant individuals-that is, those whose experience of their gender doesn't match their biological sex-are experiencing an unprecedented moment in the spotlight of American culture," reads the grant for the project. "However, this group is poorly understood, particularly its youth."

The researchers claim transgender kids face higher levels of "victimization, suicide involvement, substance use and high risk sexual behaviors compared to cisgender people (i.e., matching biological sex and gender identity)."

See original post at Free Beacon.

Feds Spend $142,974 Studying Elderly LGBT With Alzheimer's

The National Institutes of Health is spending over $100,000 studying elderly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals who have Alzheimer's but do not have HIV.

The "novel investigation" is part of the "Rainbows of Aging" research being conducted by the University of California, San Francisco. The study began last month.

THE ABOVE is only a fraction of what we can track, the vast majority of funds being spent to promote homosexuality and bizarre sexual corruption by the federal government
is largely not being tracked or reported in spite of regulations, laws, and other proper Acts of Congress signed by Presidents, demanding accounting and disclosure. short of data on $619 billion worth of grants and awards


Launched in December 2007, was meant as a way of tapping modern technology to hand the American public the means to track what the federal government spends. But a new report from the Government Accountability Office found that, in 2012 at least, more than $619 billion in federal awards that should be accounted for on the site weren't.

Agencies, GAO found, are generally reporting on the contracts that they hand out. What's missing from the site are grants and awards, a range of federal spending that covers everything from agricultural development to research on new naval reconnaissance.

The absent data represents a considerable slice of the trillion dollars that the U.S. government spends on grants, loans and similar programs in a year. (To compile the "known universe" of award data, GAO says, researchers consulted the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance and the Public Budget Database.)

THE WASHINGTON POST STATES: "Somewhere between 2 and 7 percent of all (GOVERNMENT) awards had complete records."

(Excerpt) Read more at ...

See the original post at The Washington Post.