ABSTRACT Traveling along the road of life may have just become smoother. Traditional roads love nothing more than to slip us into a ditch and charge us to get out. With a bus ready to run us over while spinning out and doing donuts on top of us if we even question that ditch. But today more than ever we have a new way. Today we have a new path to consciously bridge those ditches. A path to pave with gold leading to freedom. With a new ride that is safer for children and with maximum public safety for all.
By Aaron W. Wemple
Clean Lawâ&#x201E;˘ Magazine Passover, 2018 Edition
Connect ……………….…………….....4 “Coffee with Guards and a CLU” Child Abuse Prevention Month …........6 “Pinwheels for Prevention” Safe Place ……………………………...8 “Maximum Public Safety” Passover ……………………………. ..10 “The Greatest” Perhaps Learn Something New ……..14 “New School Equality” Fighting Files ………………………...18 “Is this Too Close to Hell?” The Good Engineer’s Lead ………….28 “Scientific Law Inherently Constructs”
Safety Files……………………………30 “Coding Kids In” Child Safety Files…………………….34 “Safety over Voids” Double Law …………………………..35 “Classical Law & Clean Law™” Parental Safety Files ………….……...40 “Coding Merit In” The Platinum Plan .………………….42 “A Franchise of Safety” See What Freedom Can Do………….43 “A State-of-the-art Decatur”
Resiliency Plans ……………………...45
“Coffee with Guards and a CLU”
he Illinois Department of Corrections often find themselves picking up the bill from someone else’s tab, so to speak. In other words, they often find themselves in a pinch dealing with weight of wrongful convictions as well as dealing with the weight of making sure that those are punished. Some feel that this gap needs connection. The Illinois Correctional Association and the American Correctional Association say on their website that they are dedicated to building bridges between corrections, law enforcement, and others, including scholars, legislators, students, and the community. The primary goals include supporting professional training and development, emphasizing institutional standards, and expanding public awareness of the complexity of, and challenges to, criminal justice agencies. Team CLU began the same way and are dedicated to the same cause of building bridges. You see, victims often found themselves picking up the bill from someone else’s tab. In other words, if I get a knock at my once a week from an anonymous report saying that a child is heard screaming in my home, then I’m on paper while the perpetrator is not. And any judge who sees that evidence in family court is going to take away my kids on the common mantra that “I’d rather be safe than sorry.” In a pinch and dealing with the weight of wrongful charges is a tough situation. You see, those holding citizens apart from their loved ones understand that divide. It’s also easy to exploit. So, in family court and DCFS cases, especially since most of these are not criminal matters, shouldn’t a bridge be a little bit safer? CLU agrees with the guards. (Source: www.illinois-correctional-association.com, 2018) 4
Howard County Sheriff Jerry Marr got a disturbing call one Saturday afternoon a few months ago. His 6-year-old grandson Mikey had been hit by a car while fishing in Greentown with his dad.
The father and son were near a bridge by the Kokomo Reservoir when a woman lost control of her car, slid off the bridge and hit Mikey at a rate of about 50 mph. Sheriff Marr had seen the results of accidents like this and feared the worst. When he got to Saint Joseph Hospital, he rushed through the emergency room to find Mikey conscious and in fairly good spirits. "Mikey, what happened?" Sheriff Marr asked. Mikey replied, "Well, Papaw, I was fishin' with Dad, and some lady runned me over, I flew into a mud puddle, and broke my fishin' pole and I didn't get to catch no fish!"
"Well," the Sheriff replied, a little startled. "Yes, Jesus is real to all who believe in him and love him in their hearts." "No," said Mikey. "I mean Jesus is REALLY real." "What do you mean?" asked the Sheriff. "I know he's real 'cause I saw him," said Mikey, still casting into the trash can. "You did?" said the Sheriff. "Yep," said Mikey. "When that lady runned me over and broke my fishing pole, Jesus caught me in his arms and laid me down in the mud puddle." Author unknown (Source: www.inspire21.com, 2018)
As it turned out, the impact propelled Mikey about 500 feet, over a few trees and an embankment and in to the middle of a mud puddle. His only injuries were to his right femur bone, which had broken in two places. Mikey had surgery to place pins in his leg. Otherwise the boy is fine. Since all the boy could talk about was that his fishing pole was broken, the Sheriff went out to Wal-Mart and bought him a new one while he was in surgery so he could have it when he came out. The next day the Sheriff sat with Mikey to keep him company in the hospital. Mikey was enjoying his new fishing pole and talked about when he could go fishing again as he cast into the trash can. When they were alone Mikey, just as matter-of-fact, said, "Papaw, did you know Jesus is real?" 5
(Source: www.herald-review.com 2016)
“Pinwheels for Prevention”
pril is child abuse prevention month. Did you know that according to WAND TV News, Macon County, IL has the highest child abuse and neglect rate per capita? “Pinwheels for Prevention” is a national public awareness campaign that wonderful community activists and public policies use to prioritize the prevention of child abuse right from the start. “Making sure child abuse and neglect never occur.” Dr. Richard Warshak is a clinical and research psychologist. He wrote the book and dozens of academic journals on children of parental inequality after a divorce. He and hundreds of other doctors and researchers concur that like safety ropes crossing a gully in life into the unknown, that 50/50 shared fit parenting is best for children following a divorce.
Studies on the children endangered without fathers also concur. Children seem to need the safety ropes of their biological mothers and their biological father to guide them safely through life. Especially during the trials and tribulations that they may face.
The trend to devalue and/or cloak noncustodial parents out of their children’s lives leaves children in jeopardy. Today, they get a safety bridge.
(Source: https://issuu.com/cleanlaw/docs/the_weight_of_emptiness, 2018)
(Source: www.pcav.org/pinwheels-for-prevention, 2018)
“Maximum Public Safety”
t CLU, people are beginning to look out for one another as they cross the sometimes monumental gaps in their life. CLU is a free group. Their team focusses more on the little steps in life rather than big giant steps of the lifeless that can hurt us. This, they believe, enables maximum public safety for the good of us all. Because this allows them to see through a lens that’s not fogged up by conflicting explanations. They see the things under their feet rather than the “things” up in someone else’s thin air. They see the littlest children rather than big positions or big mechanical steps. This CLU home is a truly safe place. When gaps., or trials in life arise, then Matthew 18:15 reminds us to go lovingly (Ephesians 4:15) to individuals that we think conflicted us. This is a safe place. If this first attempt does not bring a resolution, then enlist help (Matthew 18:16) and prayer. That is still home. Members of CLU tried to ask church leaders and church board members to consider opening a door and helping us with decisions. But, over the years, this path has been dead upon arrival at all churches tried. However, family court issues may very well be a separation of church and state gap that they feel compelled not to cross. A new Clean Due Process legislative initiative looked promising for a while. But that would dust off current programs and get back to the truth. This puts powerful positions in jeopardy. This avenue too proved to be either dead upon arrival at all representatives, or else a firing line for those who dare to be vocal on cleaning up the US Constitution. But maybe Christians should be able to follow Christ and follow the law? Maybe we should be able to follow Jesus (the way, the truth, and the life) during family trials helping parents make good decisions for both ideas and conflicts. Deacons are called to be “servant” in 1 Timothy 3:8-13. And servant leadership is transformational. But finally, developing a new path of Freedom Trials was the last and only thing left to do. But will that be a safer place? 8
An article in National Geographic several years ago provided a penetrating picture of God's wings. After a forest fire in Yellowstone National Park, forest rangers began their trek up a mountain to assess the inferno's damage. One ranger found a bird literally petrified in ashes, perched statuesquely on the ground at the base of a tree. Somewhat sickened by the eerie sight, he knocked over the bird with a stick. When he gently struck it, three tiny chicks scurried from under their dead mother's wings. The loving mother, keenly aware of impending disaster, had carried her offspring to the base of the tree and had gathered them under her wings, instinctively knowing that the toxic smoke would rise. She could have flown to safety but refused to abandon her babies. When the blaze had arrived and the heat had scorched her small body, the mother had remained steadfast. Because she had been willing to die, those under the cover of her wings would live. "He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge." Psalm 91:4 Author unknown (Source: www.inspire21.com, 2018)
“The Greatest” By Denis Durham
he death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, was the greatest event in the history of mankind. Nothing can rival the extent of what was accomplished on a little hill in Jerusalem two millennia ago. While the fullness of the meaning of Calvary may be difficult to grasp, God has given us the Old Testament as a living picture book to enrich our understanding. One of those pictures of Christ on the cross is the Passover feast that the nation of Israel celebrated once a year. Let’s briefly look at this feast and consider how its details shed light on Christ’s death on the cross. The Passover feast got its name from the promise that death would pass over the firstborn of Israel to protect them against God’s final judgment on the Pharaoh of Egypt. In order for the firstborn to avoid the plague of death, a lamb had to be slain, and its blood applied around the door of their houses. We know from I Cor. 5:7 that Christ is now our Passover. We no longer need to observe the feast since it was a prelude of what Christ has done for us. However, we can learn a lot from studying it since we know that every detail teaches us something about Christ’s sacrifice. One of the requirements regarding the lamb was that it was to be a male without blemish. This was important because it pictured Christ. I Peter 1:19 calls Jesus a lamb and says he was “without blemish and without spot.” Another requirement was that the lamb had to be killed and the blood was used to protect them from death. As our Passover lamb, Christ had to die and he had to shed his blood. According to Heb. 9:12, it was not “…by the blood of goats and calves, but by his own blood…” that he redeemed us.
(Source: www.thepreachersword.com, 2018)
The judgment that God pronounced against Egypt on Passover was the event that allowed Israel to leave their bondage to slavery. This is a picture of the bondage to sin that we have been delivered from. Col. 1:13 says Christ has “…delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son.” The last detail we’ll consider is the requirement that the bread they served with the Passover meal had to be Unleavened. The bread was not to contain any leaven which represents sin. Just as other elements of the Passover meal speak of Christ, so does the bread. In John 6:35, Jesus himself said, “I am the bread of life…” Since Christ had no sin in him, the bread of Passover was to contain no leaven. Jesus warned of the leaven of the Pharisees which he said was hypocrisy (Lk 12:1).
So let’s summarize. Since Jesus is our Passover now, here’s what it means to us: 1. Jesus was without blemish 2. Jesus died for us 3. The blood of Jesus allows the penalty of sin to pass over us 4. Christ’s Passover sacrifice on the cross has delivered us out of the bondage of the world and given us new life 5. Jesus was without sin and he has cleansed us from all of our sins the day he took them at Calvary 6. Jesus is now the unleavened bread or sinless bread that we are to partake of daily How does all of this apply to our daily lives? Since Christ is now our Passover, we are to feast on him. How do we do this? First, we should realize that our sins no longer separate us from God. We have peace with God through Christ. Our thoughts should dwell (feast) on this often. Second, this world no longer has a claim to our lives. We have been redeemed “…from this present evil world…” (Gal. 1:4). We can choose to live differently than the world knowing that our identity is in Christ now. Finally, the truths of the Old Testament Passover lead us to the knowledge that all of its details point to the power of Christ to transform our lives. I Cor. 5:8 says, “…let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.” As we focus on Christ’s love for us as our Passover lamb, we can begin the process of conforming to His image. As we read God’s Word daily, we are feasting on Christ. It’s this practice that allows us to shun “…the leaven of malice and wickedness…” and to embrace “…the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth…” As we keep the Passover spiritually, let us be sincere and truthful in our dealings with others. In doing so, we will be manifesting the life of Christ as he works in us to mold us into His likeness.
(Source: www.trem.org, 2018)
(Source: www.facebook.com/staterepresentative.ford,2018 )
“New School Equality”
n October 12, 2017, Illinois Representative La Shawn K. Ford filed House Bill 4113 for 50/50 shared parenting in family court. This bill aims to enable both mothers and fathers to be equally involved in their children’s lives. The areas of unequal treatment have historically been with school involvement, state departments, and when ideas or issues come up in family court hearings and trials. But when members of Decatur’s CLU simply write a letter to these institutions explaining how they feel about being a disparaged parent, then those institutions are more than happy to support parental equality.
It’s customary that mothers take care of the children at home and that fathers take care of the outside stuff. But today more than ever before in history, the gender gap is closing. Mom’s love to work for a professional career. And it may sound insane, but many fathers today want to be involved with their children. But they struggle. They want to be involved in their children’s lives. But they are being left out at best. And they are being rejected for trying at worse. This status quote may not fit the family of the future.
A father who is actively trying to be including in their childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life like at school or at church is often met with rejection after rejection. Some parents report that this feels like hitting your head against a brick wall and that it can lead to anger or impulsive outbursts. Unfortunately, children also feel this wall of inequality. Every time that some children crave dad in various settings, then they feel real pain. Persistent pain that they often have to hide just so as not to feel it again. Many adults remember this from when they were young. Children, sadly, can eternalize that pain or blame themselves. Sadly, that internal violence must be beyond human comprehension.
Patti Skees, January 24, 2018 Patti Skees is a retired public health nurse who has served her community for over 30 years. Patti says that Step 1 in the Public Health Approach to Violence Prevention is to define the problem. The next step is to define the risks as well as the protective factors. Here are some of the risk factors for children of separation or divorce that Patti reported: Lower levels of involvement by a father have been linked to higher aggression levels. (US Department of Health and Human Services, 2015) Conflict generally remains higher in sole than in shared custody families â&#x20AC;&#x201C; especially if the residential parenting time is not shared. (Neilson, 2013) Children in single-parent homes account for 63% of all teen suicides.(Holstein, 2015) The incarceration risk of a child living with just his or her mother is greatly increased compared to that of a child living with just his or her father which is equal to that of a child living with both parents. It is an even more significant chance of incarceration if there is a step-father or stepfather figure living in the home. (Harper & McLanahan, Center for Research on Child Well-being)
Children in sole custody situations have far more sleep problems, difficulties concentrating, loss of appetite, more frequent headaches, stomachaches, and dizzy spells, and report feelings of depression and general sadness more often than children placed in custody situations where shared-parenting is involved (Bergstrom, 2015) 85% of incarcerated individuals were raised in single parent-homes. (Holstein, 2015) Up to 75% of all teenagers enrolled in chemical and substance abuse programs come from single-parent homes. (Holstein, 2015) A study using a sample of 1409 rural southern adolescents (851 females and 558 males) aged 11 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 18 years, investigated the correlation between father absence and self-reported sexual activity. The results revealed that adolescents in father-absence homes were more likely to report being sexually active compared to adolescents living with their fathers. (Source: Hendricks, C.S., Cesario, S.K., Murdaugh, C., Gibbons, M.E., Servonsky, E.J., Bobadilla, R.V., Hendricks, D.L., Spencer-Morgan, B., & Tavakoli, A. (2005).) 15
Here are some of the protective factors that Patti reports: Children in shared residential custody and those who see their fathers frequently are better off on measures of well-being even when their parents have ongoing conflict. (Neilson, 2013) Children age 10 to 17 living with two biological or adoptive parents were significantly less likely to experience sexual assault, child maltreatment, other types of major violence, and nonvictimization type of adversity, and were less likely to witness violence in their families compared to peers living in single-parent families and stepfamilies. (Source: Heather A. Turner, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Effect of Lifetime Victimization on the Mental Health of Children and Adolescents,â&#x20AC;? Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 62, No. 1, (January 2006), pp. 13-27.) Children whose fathers had been actively involved from birth managed stress better during their school years. (US Department of Health and Human Services, 2015) Adolescents between the ages of 14-19 have higher self-esteem and less depression when they have greater intimacy with their fathers. (US Department of Health and Human Services, 2015) African American boys with married parents were found to have higher self-esteem, self-control, and feelings of personal power compared with boys who had only their mothers in the home, even when income, parental education, and the number of people living in the home were controlled. (US Department of Health and Human Services, 2015)
Research shows that shared parenting would result in fewer cases of truancy, delinquency, gangrelated activity, few juvenile crime, and teen pregnancies. (Holstein, 2015)
(Source: www.phillipwright.co, 2018)
“Is This Too Close to Hell?”
ighting files have been studied and verified for over four decades now. Family court was not around in Abraham Lincoln’s days, nor in Greek Medical Pioneer Hippocrates’ days. But, it is now known that there are many gaps in the old family court journey. Fighting Files can cloak us and our loved ones out of life. For example, opposing interactions like a speeding ticket can code against us forever. Likewise, if certain words like “sex abuser” are used against an opponent in family court, even if it’s compulsive, can be cloned against us forever. Fighting files do not care if those marks or records are in school, work, court, board meetings, politics, governmental departments, or life in general. Opposing interactions and systemics can happen anywhere. Opposing cloaks can happen just as easily weather you’re the victim or a real perpetrator. Only Safety Files protect you and your loved ones. On the following page are top 10 Gaps in family court fighting files. It should be very easy to see how dangerous they are. These are the gaps that helpless children are falling through today. And many doctors and other medical professionals have already warned that these children are in jeopardy. Now we know why.
“Layers and Layers of voids and downward momentum” Top 10 Gaps in the Fighting Files of family court that children are falling through: 1. The Versus Void (as in mom versus dad) 2. The Table-less Void (as in no table in court) 3. The No Voice Void (as in no equal voice) 4. The No Representation Void 5. The Intelligence Gaps 6. The Misplaced in Contacts Void (listed with property) 7. The Hidden Rules Wall 8. The No Statistics Swamp 9. No Research and no Studies 10. The Party-less Gap (as in Plaintiff, Defendant, etc.)
Is the best interest of a child dead upon arrival at divorce court? If you believe that the voids in fighting files are safe, then take the Void Challenge. Be the unseen, voiceless, unrepresented, party-less term of two opposing fighting parties. (All rights, responsibilities, & interpretations reserved for specialized Clean Law™)
THE DIFFERENT VACUUMS OF EMPTINESS Oil markets are notoriously suspect for price-fixing on a global scale. The Economist reports that unregulated markets can fall victim to the incentives that they create for themselves. On May 14, 2013 the European Commission’s competition authorities raided companies suspected of “colluding” to distort benchmarks for crude, oil products and biofuel. Other’s co-operated with the commission. If the cost for gas was more for one group than for another, then would you agree with it? GRAIN
A Sought-After Commodity Elevators are needed for the trade and transportation of grain, plus networking the finances. Without oversight from the USDA, the scales at a grain elevator could be as lucrative as its operators desired. Which, on the other side of the scale, would be as empty for the producers.
A Sought-After Commodity Gas Stations are needed for the trade and transportation of fuel, plus networking the finances. Without oversight from the Department of Agriculture, the electronic scales at gas stations could be as lucrative as owners desired. Which, on the other end of the hose, would be as empty for the consumers. CHILDREN A Rare Commodity Biological children of two parents may be the rarest and most important things in their lives. Family courts are needed in divorce for the trade and transportation of children, plus networking finances. With no regulatory oversight though, the scales “measuring the price” per child have been experienced to be as lucrative as desired. Which, on the other end of the check book, is as empty for those parents. Some parents even report that gravity of money for males is more than for females. (Source: https://www.economist.com, 2013)
“If you’re not sure if you are saved for heaven or not, then please read Romans 10:9 for the Bible’s two steps to be saved for heaven.” – Aaron W. Wemple
1 – Confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord. 2 – Believe that God raised Jesus from the dead.
I just had one of the most amazing experiences of my life, and wanted to share it with my family and dearest friends. Here it is: I was driving home from a meeting this evening about 5, stuck in traffic on Colorado Blvd., and my car started to choke and sputter and died. I barely managed to coast, cruising, into a gas station, glad only that I would not be blocking traffic and would have a somewhat warm spot to wait for the tow truck. It wouldn't even turn over. Before I could make the call, I saw a woman walking out of the "quickie mart" building, and it looked like she slipped on some ice and fell into a gas pump! So I got out to see if she was okay. When I got there, it looked more like she had been overcome by sobs than that she had fallen. She was a young woman who looked really haggard with dark circles under her eyes. She dropped something as I helped her up, and I picked it up to give it to her. It was a nickel. At that moment, everything came into focus for me: the crying woman, the ancient Suburban crammed full of stuff with 3 kids in the back (1 in a car seat), and the gas pump reading $4.95. I asked her if she was okay and if she needed help, and she just kept saying "I don't want my kids to see me crying," so we stood on the other side of the pump from her car. She said she was driving to California and that things were very hard for her right now. So, I asked, "And you were praying?" That made her back away from me a little, but I assured her I was not a crazy person and said, "He heard you, and He sent me." I took out my card and swiped it through the card reader on the pump so she could fill up her car completely, and while it was fueling walked to the next door McDonald's and bought 2 big bags of food, some gift certificates for more, and a big cup of coffee. She gave the food to the kids in the car who attacked it like wolves, and we stood by the pump eating fries and talking a little. She told me her name, and that she lived in Kansas City. Her boyfriend left 2 months ago and she had not been able to make ends meet. She knew she wouldn't have money to pay the rent January 1st, and finally, in desperation, had called her parents, with whom she had not spoken in about 5 years. They lived in California and said she could come live with them and try to get on her feet there. So. she packed up everything she owned in the car. She told the kids they were going to California for Christmas, but not that they were going to live there. I gave her my gloves, a little hug and said a quick prayer with her for safety on the road. As I was walking over to my car, she said, "So, are you like an angel or something?" This definitely made me cry. I said, "Sweetie, at this time of year angels are really busy, so sometimes God uses regular people." It was so incredible to be a part of someone else's miracle. And of course, you guessed it, when I got in my car it started right away and got me home with no problem. I'll put it in the shop tomorrow for a check, but I suspect the mechanic won't find anything wrong. Sometimes the angels fly close enough to you that you can hear the flutter of their wings. "Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and He shall sustain thee. He shall never suffer the righteous to be moved." - Psalms 55:22 ----"Father, I ask You to bless my children, grandchildren, friends, other relatives and all of those who may be suffering in some way right now. Show them a new revelation of your love and power. Holy Spirit, I ask You to minister to their spirit at this very moment. Where there is pain, give them Your peace and mercy. Where there is self doubt, release a renewed confidence through Your grace... In Jesus' precious name. Amen." When Satan is knocking at your door, simply say, "Jesus, could You please get that for me?" Author Unknown (Source: www.inspire21.com, 2018)
(Source: www.archco.ir, 2016-2018)
BOOK PRESS RELEASE Publication Date: Wednesday January 20, 2018 Title: Shushed: The Great Suppression Recovery By Aaron W. Wemple Inspired by acts of God where accounts of the sufferable were pushed beyond the points of death during the impasses of their life to the point of new understanding. Only then does the answer to a more civilized society become clear.
“When all else fails, all else fails.” – Aaron W. Wemple Heroes in the Bible found themselves in dead-end situations. Like Moses and the Pharaoh, or Daniel in the lion’s den. When this ultimate conflict happens, then we are hard or harder pressed to either accept the status quote, or else be like our heroes and suffer the worst. S H U S H E D takes us one a journey into deep suffering from the old art of the deal. It studies those parents in our society who have ended up painted like insane clowns or pencil beat like a rag doll. It then explores a safer scientific way of dealing with people. It’s institutional theories may eliminate the abuse of power and other exploitive disconnects. Shushed will inspire you to reconnect with your loved ones, increase your merit, to strengthen your families, to help at work, and to improve your community. Shushed is independently published by Clean Law™ ISBN 978-0-9975507-4-0 - Available on Amazon for $15.99 Retail About the Author After his first dead-end situation learning the hard, losing a child way, that the scientific law practice he learned in engineering school was different than the unscientific “law” in family court, Aaron W. Wemple had an inkling of taking a stand. Or, a fall, rather. Then, the US Constitution Due Process contradicted court. And then, then he saw false accusations sticking like candy and victims on trial and abused with no representation. These dead-end walls would not be questioned. So, it was time to fall all the way down like a child in the voids of divorce court fighting files. For more information: www.scientificcivics.com 25
Someone asked a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) student why she wants to be an engineering? She smiled and said, “A classical law practice is constructed when families and the community are deconstructed.
But an engineer’s practice is constructed when families and the community are prosperous.” “So,” she said, “ It’s simple logic.”
“Fuel others with positive energy” By Jon Gordon With so many people in the world telling us we can't succeed, we need to hear people telling us we can. I remember my high school English teacher telling me not to apply to Cornell University because they wouldn't accept me and even if they did I wouldn't be able to do the work. (It's funny that I'm a writer now). I almost didn't apply but a few days later I saw Ivan Foldfarb, a former teacher, in the hallway and asked him about Cornell. He said, "If you get in, then you go. You can do it." His words made all the difference. I applied, was accepted and majored in Lacrosse.
Too often we think it's our role to inject a dose of "reality" into someone's life. We think it's our job to protect people from the pain of failure and defeat. We think we must point out how bad the economy is and how horrible the job market is and how the sky is falling. We think that dreams were meant for others. I say there are enough pessimists and "realists" in the world. The world doesn't need more negativity and impossible thinkers. The world needs more optimists, encouragers, and inspirers. The world needs more people to speak into the hearts of others and say "I believe in you." "Follow your passion and live your purpose." "If you have the desire then you also have the power to make it happen." "Keep working hard." "You're improving and getting better. Keep it up." "The economy is tough but you can still grow your business." "The job market is not great but I believe you'll find the right job for you." "We've hit a lot of obstacles but we'll get the project finished." "Even if you fail it will lead to something even better." "You're learning and growing." When it comes to encouragement I know that every one of us loves working for and with people who bring out the best in us. We love being around people who uplift us and make us feel great. And while we'll always remember the negative people who told us we couldn't accomplish something, we will always cherish and hold a special place in our heart for those who encouraged us. Today I want to encourage you to be an encourager. So often the difference between success and failure is belief. And so often that belief is instilled in us by someone who encouraged us. Today decide to be that person who instills a positive belief in someone who needs to hear your encouraging words. Uplift someone who is feeling down. Fuel your team with your positive energy. Rally others to focus on what is possible rather than what seems impossible. Share encouragement. It matters and we all need it. (Source: www.inspire21.com, 2018)
“Scientific Law Inherently Constructs”
he Good Engineer’s Lead (GEL) shows us the difference between scientific law and unscientific law. The scientific law practice is inherently constructive. The unscientific law practice is inherently deconstructive. One is okay for criminals. The other is not very safe for children. The development of the scientific method connects the most enlightening cultures in history. The scientific method is simple. First we formulate a hypothesis, (or a solution to a problem), second we collect data. Third we test the hypothesis, and for we share a conclusion. The Scientific policy is to begin with a hypothesis, and then if what we thought was right it becomes a theory, and if the theory holds absolute and true, then it becomes law. The Scientific law practice designs and details the construction of things like skyscrapers, smartphones, and bridges. Scientific law is obviously state-of -the-art. Unscientific “law” (which is commonly felt as leverage or pressure) is the opposite by nature. This practice is inherently deconstructive. For example, “law” might start of as “conclude that you did it” or else fight longer and conclude that you did less than before. It starts off with “law,” then backs down to “theory,” and then finally “hypothesis.” And although this might be okay for criminal court. It’s kind of barbaric for the unfortunate children of family court.
“Coding Kids In”
hildren are always fragile. Unfortunately, many are falling through the cracks fast in the old “fighting files” of divorce court. Medical professionals report that these children are not always safe.
When I was a child, Aaron Wemple says, my voice was never heard by the authors of my life. They never saw me. And my value was void times ten unless I violated some policy of there’s. As an adult, after a decade and a half in divorce court, my son was never seen, never heard, and never valued by the authors of his life. Why would anyone do this to one more child? Fighting files are the classical way that divorces are developed at the courthouse. A case starts off as “mom versus dad,” for example. And then it’s followed by mom and dad sitting down at two tables in front of a judge. Somewhere along the line both mom and dad usually talk to or retain an attorney for their respective sides. And so on and so forth as these cases drag on and on. The problem with fighting files is that they are full of voids for those children involved. A case starts off as “mom versus dad” on the file label and leaves out the kids. That’s void number 1. And then it’s followed by their mom and dad sitting down at two tables in front of a judge and leaving out tables for the kids. That’s void number 2. Somewhere along the lines mom and dad usually have an attorney representing their perspective and leaving out representation for the kid’s perspective. That’s void number 3. And so on and so forth as these fighting cases drag on and on. Child safety files, on the other hand, code kids in. The files written by the specialized Clean Law™ practice fills the need of children falling through the cracks. It fills that need by bridging the top 10 voids in fighting file cases. It’s safer for the vulnerable children of divorce court. Being left out hurts. And being rejected for trying to fit in is extremely painful. But being both before you have the vocabulary to explain how this feels can be pain beyond words. A safety plan that includes a child safety file adds relief for the dangerous interactions, hearings, and trials in life.
(Source: www.mazda-elcajon.com, 2018)
Introducing Child Safety Files Child safety files may now help children stay connected with their parents during or following a divorce, trial, separation, or other disconnects.
What can a Safety File do? Well, Madison Clark had a mom and dad who were going through a trying time in family court. And one attorney excessively continued the case witch kept her away from her dad for almost two years. This was like a swampy ditch in her life. She was stuck in the mud.
Madisonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Initiative If Madisonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Initiative finds a state sponsor and gains enough traction to pass that Illinois General Assembly, then other children may not have to fall into that same swampy ditch. It will be a safety bridge for those future children to cross.
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Christian’s Law safely shifts the county’s “versus” device in family court cases to an “and/or device. So, instead of the constantly programming mom “versus” dad, it would be mom “and/or” dad. Opponents say that this little bit of relief would not matter. But Christian’s Law obviously would make cases a compromise and/or a competition. Not strictly a competition. This little bit of relief for those innocent children involved could make a difference if this step is acceptable. And it cleans up the need for manufacturing dirt to tip the scale. The scale starts off level and/or unlevel. Instead of just unlevel like it is.
The Good Father’s Lead Clean Law™ has discovered other safety bridges over voids. A few of them are Christian’s Law, Clean Child Support, and Madison’s Initiative. The Good Father’s Lead (GFL) – The GFL is that careful personal thought and/or actions about a child can be either constructive or deconstructive. While disconnected thoughts and/or actions can only deconstruct that child.
Child Safety Files Unfortunately in divorce court, we have a concentration of voids. “Children are always fragile. We put bicycle lanes next to car lanes, child car seats next to adult car seats, and even happy meals next to value meals. So why wouldn’t we put Child Safety Files next to fighting files?” – A. Wemple
“Safety over Voids” Safer for kids
1. Void 1 Safety Bridge (File in child’s name) 2. Void 2 Safety Bridge (Exclusive table) 3. Void 3 Safety Bridge (Give children a voice) 4. Void 4 Bridge (Safety Representation) 5. Void 5 SB (Connects intelligence differences) 6. Void 6 SB (Correctly places children) 7. Wall Safety (Consoles impasses) 8. Statistics Oh! Maybe I’m not supposed to fall?
9. Research & Studies 10. “Code Kids In” is the new Party!
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“Classical Law & Clean Law™” Can Classical Law & Clean Law™ exist together?
Double law is the cooperation of the scientific law practice with the unscientific law practice. This is like mixing fiber with concrete mix. It gives us a stronger foundation. It’s like treating all people equal and capitalizing children of disconnecting mechanisms. All children involved with family court have fallen through voids in the fighting files of their life. They were never heard by the authors of their life, never seen, and never valued. Many adult children of this are still falling today. How many more must we lose before we smarten up? Double Law helps develops the underseen, the underheard, and the undervalued.
Fighting files can cloak us and our loved ones out. Even opposing interactions can code us out. No matter if those files and records are in school, work, court, boards, politics, governmental departments, or life in general. Opposing interactions can happen anywhere and anytime. Opposing cloaks can happen even when you’re the victim. In fact, that’s where they are more than likely to happen for the superior to save face.
Safety files and ally interactions can now begin anywhere. Safety files can help shield you and your loved ones stay in. And allied interactions can help code you in. Make no mistake, it is psychological warfare out their ladies & gentlemen. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get drained down someone elseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s trick or track. They want competitive advantage. Now your best foot forward can have a say. Stay afloat safe with new Safety Files!
(Source: https://www.babycenter.com, 2018)
Where’s Baby Jesus?
A revitalization committee had just finished a beautification project of the local park for the Christmas Season. All of the decoration and bells were in place and around the scenery. On the altar of a nativity scene was placed figures of Mary, Joseph, all the animals, and in the manger lay the Baby Jesus. Pleased with their work, the members of the committee left for home. The park remained beautiful and inspirational for the season and for Christmas Day. The day after Christmas, a visitor arrived at the park rather late, having visited those in the hospital on Christmas Day. He walked into the park, and again looked at all the beautiful work the people had done, but noticed that the Baby Jesus was missing. He couldn't imagine what the trouble was. He was told that baby Jesus had been laying safely in the mange. He looked everywhere, wondering what could have happened, but could not find Him. He raised his head and gazed around the park, and there, in the courtyard, was little Tommy. Tommy was pulling a shiny, new, red wagon - and inside the wagon, there He was the Baby Jesus! The visitor went out and spoke to Tommy. "I noticed that baby Jesus was missing from the manger, Tommy," He said, "and now I see that you have him in your wagon. Would you please explain to me why you removed him from the park?" "Well," Tommy said, "before Christmas I prayed to the Lord for a shiny, new, red wagon, and I promised Him that he saw fit to get me one, then I would give Him a ride. I had to keep my promise because He keeps His promises to me. I will put Him back in His manger now; he has had a long ride." The visitor smiled and said “Thank you Tommy. When our heart is missing, then sometimes we have to find it. But I’m glad that a good kid like you was enjoying the gift that God gave you!” Luke 18:17 Jesus said, "Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child shall in no wise enter therein.“
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amily court fatigue has become a chronic national problem. In fact, over the past decade and a half thousands of groups have sprung up all over the nation to try and protect themselves. This is ironic because family courts have only been in existence in American for roughly three decades according to Wikipedia. From one group called the Father’s Rights Movement which boasts nearly 500,000 members according to Facebook statistics, to another group called parentalrights.org which boasts nearly 100,000, the cries for justice are on the rise. It’s no secret that winning in the family court game takes money. The more money spent, the better the odds. But it also takes more than money. It takes being shushed. The world says, “I see your loss, and I’ll raise you double lost.” But Jesus says, “I came to save the lost.” So, what if we could change the code to benefit those children involved with family court instead of the job security code? Would safety files tame the political law industries? The Engineer’s Lead says that scientific law inherently constructs whereas unscientific law inherently deconstructs. So, with children caught in the middle of a divorce and in the middle of two opposing deconstructive laws in fighting files through no fault of their own, then it seems warranted to include scientific law into the atmosphere. It seems that the stages of humanity should be free to advance and not bound to be shushed.
As we’ve seen throughout this magazine, Clean Law™’s safety files are a new and innovative way to value children. They have thankfully been designed for maximum child safety and maximum public safety. The struggle has been, what to do with it? And the answer is to use it to break the mold of the status quot. Recover humanity from the great suppression. In the parable of the talents in Matthew chapter 25, one servant buried the blessing that his master gave him and he was labelled forevermore as the wicked and lazy servant. On the other hand, two other servants who were blessed with talents doubled their talents. And they are forevermore known as good and faithful servants. To see more about Clean Law™ Safety Files, then please visit their business launch booth at the Business Expo in the Civic Center in Decatur, Illinois on May 3, 2018. 38
Is Packaging Important? A young man was getting ready to graduate from college. For many months he had admired a beautiful sports car in a dealer's showroom, and knowing his father could well afford it, he told him that was all he wanted. As Graduation Day approached, the young man awaited signs that his father had purchased the car. Finally, on the morning of his graduation, his father called him into his private study. His father told him how proud he was to have such a fine son, and told him how much he loved him. He handed his son a beautiful wrapped gift box. Curious, but somewhat disappointed, the young man opened the box and found a lovely, leather-bound Bible, with the young man's name embossed in gold. Angrily, he raised his voice to his father and said, "With all your money you give me a Bible?" He then stormed out of the house, leaving the Bible. Many years passed and the young man was very successful in business. He had a beautiful home and a wonderful family, but realizing his father was very old, he thought perhaps he should go to see him. He had not seen him since that graduation day. Before he could make the arrangements, he received a telegram telling him his father had passed away, and willed all of his possessions to his son. He needed to come home immediately and take care of things. When he arrived at his father's house, sudden sadness and regret filled his heart. He began to search through his father's important papers and saw the still new Bible, just as he had left it years ago. With tears, he opened the Bible and began to turn the pages. As he was reading, a car key dropped from the back of the Bible. It had a tag with the dealer's name, the same dealer who had the sports car he had desired. On the tag was the date of his graduation, and the words... "PAID IN FULL". How many times do we miss blessings because they are not packaged as we expected? I trust you enjoyed this. Pass it on to others. Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; but remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for. Author Unknown (Source: www.inspire21.com, 2018)
“Coding Merit In”
Many disadvantaged parents need all of the help that they can get being coded into life, into their children’s life, into their child’s school, into family court, and into most other arenas. Parental safety files fill that need. Safety Files are a service of specialized clean Law™. Like a filter on a fish tank keeping the tank, water, and baby fish clean, Clean Law™ helps clean up our life along the way. Because children are always fragile and may want to see clean. Entrepreneur at Clean Law™, Aaron W. Wemple, says that among many similar experiences, he was going to school and was a straight ‘A’ student but was rejected from that college and didn’t know why. “I feel like it was because I simply questioned a copyright issue.” But, he says, “I really will never know why. They wouldn’t communicate that straight with me.” The day that this magazine was written, Aaron had a Dean’s Hold at Millikin University that was preventing his admission. Which means that he could not finish his education there. Which also meant that there was a cap on his education world-wide because this prevents the grades that he earned from being transferred. “From many cases that we’ve studied at CLU,” Wemple says, “it could just be because I raised my hand and voiced a complaint about something.” Aaron’s children were fragile all along. Aaron continues, “I’ve experienced decades of this vacuum in divorce court. Practicing the constructive scientific law that I was taught in engineering school is a ticket to hell. An iron curtain, if you will, that destroyed my life and my family many times over. But I guess that some people are just that mean. Or, they are just so self-righteous that nothing else matters to them except either agreeing with whatever they think, or else the vacuum gets turned on high. For decades,” exclaims Wemple, “it just never stops..” For over two decades, Aaron’s children were fragile all along. 40
â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Franchise of Safetyâ&#x20AC;?
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We all need help staying clean and safe from dirty accusations, records written in fear, and from fighting files. And, unfortunately, this is not something that we can do equally well on our own. Students bullied out at school by other students or teachers need a safety file. Children voided out of value at family court with fighting files need safety files. Parents unrepresented or underrepresented in divorce court need safety files. People coded out at work, cloned into impasses in a divorce, or cloaked out by a an organization need safety files. In classical punitive systems, gaps play in favor of the powerful. While the weak canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be included and feel like they are just along for the ride. But with benevolence, the powerful and the weak can reconnect and grow together with newfound energy. Not only do many disadvantaged parents in family court need all of the help that they can get to be coded in for safety, but many students need coded in for safety, many professionals need coded in for safety, and many people in many places at many times in there lives need coded in for safety. One spot of dirt can cloak us all. Pioneers can now make a difference. (See page 45 for more details about the Platinum Resiliency Plan).
“A State-of-the-art Decatur” If family issues were in-and-out speedy more like McDonalds instead of go-here-go-there slow for monster money, then would you be more inclined to opt it?
Clean Law™ vs. The Bar Association (Judges & attorneys) Safety Files vs. Fighting Files Positive Coding vs. Negative Coding Freedom Trials vs. Expensive Trials
In 2017, the Decatur Bar Association processed nearly 450 divorce cases in Macon County, Illinois and Clean Law™ helped in a some of those cases. But what about a healing “Half-throttle justice” for those families who choose not to go to court’s “Full-throttle justice?” (Unless it’s a last alternative). What about adding healing to the civic table of society? Grounds for Fair Competition Cutting the cords of marriage should obviously be done in the cleanest, most accurate, and the safest environment possible. Not in a known mud throwing contest of psychological warfare that’s literally forced to stick in fresh wounds. Like surgery, the intellectual, emotional, physical, and financial cords of divisions need to be done in a surgical environment. Court, its counselors, county board members, and even government representatives know that a bop bag (a child’s punching toy) is an innocent parent who does not have the free right to counsel like criminals do when they can’t afford. Fair competition will help prevent parents from being bop bags. Today, many of us are freely painted like clowns. Some people, unfortunately, never get back up. 43
Would a good parent let the old way stand unchallenged? Would anyone with common sense at least let these co-exist? Freedom Trials
The Classical Law Bar Associations
1. U. S. Constitution Bill of Rights Due Process
Adversarial Competition (Psychological Warfare)
2. Can follow the way, the truth, and the life
Not allowed to follow the truth of Due Process
3. Safety for all
Survival of the fittest side & extinction to the weakest side
4. Aims to heal, free & bless innocent parents
Aims to legally hurt & bind innocent parents
5. Capitalizes Children
Defects are a burn notice to children
Freedom Trials will save lives, be safer for around 270 children in Macon County, IL, leave a legacy of positivity, and enable healing to many broken hearts & many broken homes. Family trials today are under fire all over our nation. So, trial diversity like this is a smart move for a safer community & to protect our tax dollars. Even smart investors will understand this diversity. Freedom Trials are a contemporary “divorce.” The process includes a cooling off period first, a look at reunions, divorce & separations second, a certified “Moses” divorce third, and then a surgical family & property separation agreement fourth (any two parties can make and sign a contract) if it goes that far. And finally, the classical family court or a breach of contract venue is still available if that’s needed. The freedom way is benevolent while the classical way is punitive. The five stages of Freedom Trials are safer, smarter, & much less expensive than just classical divorce court alone. A better community, better finances, smarter people, and safer children will prevail. (All rights reserved)
(Source: www.clkr.com, 2012)
Bronze Resiliency Plan – Positive Personal Coding A Safety File & Assessment A Constructive IM Journal (#CodeMeritIn!) Compete through any voids or deconstructive coding #CodesKidsIn Silver Resiliency Plan – Positive Interactions Coding A Safety File & Assessment A Constructive IM Journal Interactions positively documented by a third party Relieves being deconstructively “file cloned” Gold Resiliency Plan – Positive Institutional Coding A Safety File & Assessment A Constructive IM Journal Professional interactions positively documented by a third party Institutional experiences professionally documented Prevents being deconstructively “group cloaked” out (Free CLU support & encouragement for all plans where available.)
60 day guarantee (Not intended for civil court or criminal matters.) The Platinum Resiliency Plan – A Franchise of Safety Includes the Gold Plan & exclusive hub area Training Your own franchise Pioneers receive Affiliation Royalties™ for all subscribers from their hub area to host a CLU reuniting ministry for free in their community. (Subject to terms and conditions) All subscribers can earn Affiliation Royalties™ for new affiliates. “…Good & Faithful…” Matthew 25:23 Like those credit monitoring services are to our credit, Clean Law™ safety plans are to victims of bullies, sabotaging authors, and unfairly disconnected situations. Benevolent materials and assistance are also available if a plan is needed. They teach how to safely bridge across these trying experiences in our lives. Discern for yourself how to protect you and your loved ones. 45
A cowboy named Buff was overseeing his herd in a remote dessert in California when suddenly a brand-new BMW advanced toward him out of a cloud of dust. The driver, a young man in a Brioni suit, Gucci shoes, Ray Ban sunglasses and YSL tie, leaned out the window and asked the cowboy, "If I tell you exactly how many cows and calves you have in your herd, Will you give me a calf?" Buff looks at the man, obviously a wimp, then looks at his peacefully grazing herd and calmly answers, "Sure, Why not?" The yuppie parks his car, whips out his Dell notebook computer, connects it to his smart phone, and surfs to a NASA page on the Internet, where he calls up a GPS satellite to get an exact fix on his location which he then feeds to another NASA satellite that scans the area in an ultrahigh-resolution photo. The young man then opens the digital photo in Photoshop and exports it to an image processing facility in Hamburg, Germany . Within seconds, he receives an email on his Palm Pilot that the image has been processed and the data stored. He then accesses an MS-SQL database through an ODBC connected Excel spreadsheet with email on his Blackberry and, after a few minutes, receives a response.
Finally, he prints out a full-color, 150-page report on his hi-tech, miniaturized HP LaserJet printer, turns to the cowboy and says, "You have exactly 1,586 cows and calves." "That's right. Well, I guess you can take one of my calves," says Buff. He watches the young man select one of the animals and looks on with amusement as the young man stuffs it into the trunk of his car. Then Buff says to the young man, "Hey, if I can tell you exactly what your business is, will you give me back my calf?" The young man thinks about it for a second and then says, "Okay, why not?" "You're a representative for the government", says Buff. "Wow! That's correct," says the yuppie, "but how did you guess that?" "No guessing required." answered the cowboy. "You showed up here even though nobody called you; you want to get paid for an answer I already knew, to a question I never asked. You used millions of dollars worth of equipment trying to show me how much smarter than me you are; and you don't know a thing about how working people make a living - or about cows, for that matter. This is a herd of sheep. .... Now give me back my dog. Author Unknown (Source: www.inspire21.com, 2018)