Eric Clanton Arrested

25 May 2017

Eric Clanton is a college professor who is among those who run around with masks and protest and cause damage. He had been evading police for awhile.

2017/05/24 – Berkeley: College professor arrested as assault suspect – East Bay Times

Eric Clanton, 28, was being held on $200,000 bail after he was booked into Berkeley City Jail Wednesday evening. He was arrested on suspicion of use of a firearm during a felony with an enhancement clause and assault with a non-firearm deadly weapon.

Clanton faces a 9 a.m. Friday arraignment hearing at Oakland’s Wiley W. Manuel courthouse.

Here’s why he has been arrested.

2017/05/24 – Police arrest Eric Clanton after bike lock assaults during Berkeley protests – Berkeleyside

Eric Clanton, a former teacher at Diablo Valley College, was arrested by Berkeley police on Wednesday on suspicion of three counts of assault with a deadly weapon identified as a U-lock bike lock, and one of those assaults is alleged to have caused a significant injury.


Private School Invests $15,000… Nets $24 million

6 Mar 2017

Silicon Valley high school makes $24million in the Snapchat IPO five years after a parent convinced it to invest $15,000 in seed moneyUK Daily Mail

A California high school has made millions of dollars from the initial public offering of shares in Snap Inc., the company behind the Snapchat photo messaging application.

The board of the Saint Francis high school in Mountain View agreed to invest $15,000 in seed money in Snap Inc. in 2012, when the company was just getting started.


The school says they sold two-thirds of their 2.1million Class A shares at $17 each, to raise $24 million. The remaining 700,000 shares that they held onto are now worth more than $17million, after the stock closed at $24.48 a share on Thursday.

This is a private Roman Catholic school that decided to do this. The results are extreme, but modest investments could be methods to lower tuition costs for some who may not have the money to attend private schools.


Harvard Admins Stole $110,000 To Purchase Electronics, Sex Gadgets

2 Mar 2017

Former Harvard Admins Accused Of Stealing $110K From Disabled Students To Buy Sex Toys, GadgetsThe Daily Caller

Harvard Law Administrators Accused Of Stealing Money Meant For Students With DisabilitiesCBS Boston

In a criminal complaint the I-Team obtained, Harvard University police allege Meg DeMarco, 33, and Darris Saylors, 32, used the funds to purchase laptops, iPads, DVDs, jewelry, and even a few X-rated items. In all, the police investigation said the women stole about $110,000.


Both DeMarco and Saylors resigned from their positions at the Dean of Students office while a lengthy police investigation ensued.

Apparently this took place in November 2013 and was revealed in an audit.


UC San Francisco: IT Workers Train Foreign Replacements

2 Mar 2017

Public university lays off 79 IT workers after they train outsourced replacementsArs Technica

At the University of California’s San Francisco campus, 79 IT employees lost their jobs this week, some of them after explaining to their replacements at Indian outsourcing firm HCL how to do their jobs.


In its statement on the matter, UCSF says that it was pushed to hire outside contractors due to “increased demand for information technology and escalating costs for these services.” The university says it will save more than $30 million by hiring HCL, after seeing IT costs nearly triple between 2011 and 2016, “driven by the introduction of the electronic medical record and increased digital connectivity.”

Trump has a couple of bills regarding this going through Congress.


Colorado School District Employees Vote To Conceal Carry

16 Dec 2016

Colorado school district votes to allow employees to carry guns

A tiny school district in central Colorado has voted to allow teachers or other employees at its two schools to carry concealed handguns on the job if they volunteer to serve double duty as security officers in case of an emergency.


“We had a board member who introduced the idea back in June who indicated he felt the need for this because of the distance and response time (from law enforcement) as well as all the (potential) trouble from marijuana grows,” McPherson said.

The written resolution, however, says in part that it was drafted “in light of recent events nationally,” apparently in reference to a string of shootings on school campuses.


Chicago: Gender Is Now A Choice Regarding School Bathrooms And Locker Rooms

7 May 2016

New Chicago Schools Bathroom Policy Proves Liberals’ Extreme Agenda

Chicago Public Schools announced on Monday that students and staff must be granted unfettered access to intimate school facilities based on their chosen gender identity.

Put concretely, boys now have the “right” to undress in the girls’ locker room before gym class so long as they say they would feel more comfortable doing so.


But the latest definition, according to Chicago Public Schools, is that sex is merely “a label a person is assigned at birth” and that the reality lies in one’s internal “psychological knowledge” of their own gender “regardless of the[ir] biological sex.”


Under this definition, the only possible way we can know a person’s gender identity is by asking them, and if they consistently answer the same thing, bingo, that’s their gender identity.

Truly demonic stuff here…


Social Security Income Garnished Because of Student Loans

14 Aug 2014

Whether it’s student loans, FHA loans, etc. – please know who you are dealing with when you borrow from the government.

Student Debt Threatens the Safety Net for Elderly Americans – Bloomberg Businessweek

Until his Social Security check arrived nearly $300 lighter last June, Eric Merklein, 67, had no idea that he was carrying outstanding student debt. Merklein eventually learned that the government was taking money from his Social Security payments to repay loans he took out roughly four decades ago;


For older Americans, owing for government-backed student loans can be particularly tough. Unlike other kinds of debt, including private student loans, collectors of federal student loan debt have the power to garnish income, block benefits, and withhold tax rebates. As a result, some older borrowers are seeing part of their Social Security payments seized and their wages cut off just when they are especially vulnerable.