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by Dixie Burkhart

  • Author: Dixie Burkhart
  • ISBN: 1606933361
  • ISBN13: 978-1606933367
  • ePub: 1938 kb | FB2: 1998 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Eloquent Books (October 30, 2008)
  • Pages: 264
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 870
  • Format: mbr docx doc lit
Facts Don't Matter ePub download

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Facts Don't Matter book. Through the abuse of judicial discretion, the judge violated her right. Details (if other): Cancel.

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Under the guise of judicial discretion, the judge’s erroneous opinion was nothing less than court-assisted business fraud. When we allow our judges to ignore the facts in evidence and the law to make rulings by opinion, it opens the door for political favor and judicial corruption. When a judge’s opinion defies common sense and the law, one can only wonder what motivated that opinion. Strategic Book Publishing, 20 нояб.

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Burkhart was born in Santa Clarita, California and took up writing at an early age. He has always been fascinated with the human psyche and seeks to create stories that challenge perceptions of the world around us. He is an avid fan of horror and was strongly influenced by Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Clive Barker.

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Americans are indeed loaded with facts about the country, but it turns out even they don't know some of the oddest truths that lie outside a history book. Nope, July 2nd was the day that Congress voted to free us from British rule

Americans are indeed loaded with facts about the country, but it turns out even they don't know some of the oddest truths that lie outside a history book. Nope, July 2nd was the day that Congress voted to free us from British rule.

The Facts Don’t Matter. There's what happened, and there's the story that gets told about what happened. Sometimes the two things don't match up very well. This week, two case examples-ripped, as they say, from today's headlines-of the story that's told becoming the truth, even though the facts don't back it up. Download. Chris Neary tells the story of how a bungled Nazi sabotage operation from the early days of World War II has become the legal foundation for the Bush administration's current push to try . citizens in military tribunals.

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Through the abuse of judicial discretion, the judge violated her right to a fair and impartial trial. In order to reach the outcome she wanted, the facts were ignored and she refused to rule on laws that were violated. Under the guise of judicial discretion the judge's erroneous opinion was nothing less than court-assisted business fraud. When judges are allowed to ignore the facts in evidence and the law, to make rulings by opinion, it opens the door for political favor and judicial corruption. When a judge's opinion defies common sense and the law, one can only wonder what motivated that opinion. Dixie Burkart was born, raised and continues to live in Southwest Iowa with her second husband. She has children, grandchildren, and an extended family. She was a state bureaucrat for seventeen years, worked in the financial services for more than twenty years, was involved with a radio station actively for five years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Iowa Wesleyan College, a Master of Science from The American College, and a PHD from Walden University. She also holds several professional designations including Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant.
Atineda
Facts Don't Matter is based on true events that happened to author Dixie Burkhart. A lot can be learned from what happened to Mrs. Burkhart. The biggest lesson is that even the law...the same law we trust to uphold the truth and make sure the bad guys get the punishment they deserve, can let us down and ignore the facts.

After the death of Dixie's first husband, she came into a lot of money. She figured she would invest some of it into KILJ, a sinking community radio station. It seemed like a solid investment; even her attorney saw no problems other than the usual risks with any investment. So Dixie became a stock holder in MediaComm, the company that Mike Stoffregen created in order to purchase the radio station from Mr. and Mrs. Dennison. Dixie, Mike, John Kuhens and Steve all became partners. Mike the president of MediaComm and John as executive vice president.

Things were going alright for KILJ but the station wasn't bringing in the big bucks like everyone was hoping. It wasn't till years later when Dixie received a phone call from Fred, the attorney for MediaComm. He told Dixie that he had proof that Mike was embezzling from MediaComm. To make a long story short, Mike admitted to the charges against him and made a deal to pay back most of the money and leave town. Mike wasn't the worst person. It was John and the Dennison's. They were cooking up a plan of their own to force Dixie out. What they did was illegal, because if it hadn't been illegal than Dixie won't have went to court and this book probably won't exist.

I feel so sorry for Mrs. Burkhart and what she had to go through. No one deserves what happened to her. The judge proceeding over the case was one minded and didn't want to review or listen to all the facts. This is a shame because the facts told the truth, even if there was a lot to go through. I applaud Dixie for standing up for herself and fighting back. She was in the right. Facts Don't Matter is a very informative book.
Brialelis
Being a former Iowa native I found the book interesting and a good read. I was extremely disappointed in the way the judicial system ignored all the facts in this case, even with prove of corporate documents, legal letters, prove of payments made, etc. I was shocked that the then Governor Thomas J. Vilsack (now the Secretary of Agriculture) wrote a affidavit defending these crooked people. One would think that the "Governor of Iowa" would have more pressing matters to take care of then get involved in a Civil Court case. That's our tax dollars at work. I also found the actual court documents in the back of the book very interesting to read and they supported many of the facts in this case. I am not sure what the judge was thinking throughout this court proceeding but these people trusted her to be fair, unbiased and honest what a huge disappointment all the way up to the top.
There are many good laws on the books, but unfortunately there are people that choose not to inforce those laws. It just goes to show that you can have all your I's dotted and all your T's crossed, and still "The Facts Don't Matter".

Final Note: I found the book to be well written and easy to follow. It kept me reading and wanting to turn the next page.

s crossed and all your I's dotted and in the end "The Facts Don't Matter".
Benn
I just finished reading Facts Don't Matter by Dixie Burkhart and found it to be well written and thoroughly documented.

It is easy to appreciate Mrs. Burkhart's frustration with the legal system, especially the involvement of former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack and his ties to the presiding judge and the defendant in the case. It is hard to image how a sitting Governor can justify getting involved in this type of situation. The dubious triangle created by Vilsack, the District Court Judge, and the defendant was troubling to me.

Mrs. Burkhart does an excellent job of describing the sequence of events leading up to the court proceedings and does so in an interesting and informative manner. She also makes several good points to ponder for those considering entering into a small business partnership:

1. Know those who will be your partners and conduct thorough background checks on these individuals.
2. Make certain that there are adequate checks and balances to monitor the actions of those who are in charge of finances and day to day operations.
3. Make certain that you know the corporate by-laws and take steps to ensure that they are adhered to.
4. Always remember that you should not place an overly amount of trust in others in a business relationship.
5. No matter how good a deal or prospectus looks on paper, it can easily "head south" on you, especially when dealing with unscrupulous people.

I highly recommend Facts Don't Matter as a compelling tale of deception in the world of small business partnerships.
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