Solution Performance Over Promises


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Contains Proven Personal Results for USSR Demise (1984 - 1989), Welfare Reform (April 1995), Also Medicare/ Medicaid/Healthcare (In works April 9, 2001 - Present), Elderly Rights to life and tax saving/Terri Schiavo (August 27,2004), Social Security, Tort Reform, Sexual Predators (May 23, 2005), Illegal Imigrants (April 7, 2006), Suicide Bombers (April 22, 2007), Greenhouse Gases, Population, Education, Ethanol Hoax, Religion Compatibilities (January 4, 2008)

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USSR Demise

Welfare Reform

Medicare/ Medicaid/ Healthcare

Elderly Rights to Life & Taxes

Social Security, Tort Reform, Sexual Predators

Illegal Immigrants

Suicide Bombers/Iraq

I Sued 22 Lawyers and WON!

Population, Greenhse. Gasses, Education, & Religion

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I sued 22 lawyers and WON!

These Solutions were sent to all governors, The President, and Congress.

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I sued a prestigious Southwest law firm for Legal Malpractice.  They were 22 law

partners and owners.  I represented myself because other lawyers wouldn't touch it. 

They explained that if they took the case, then other law firms would reciprocally sue 

them for legal malpractice.  It is a self-interest them-against-us reasoning designed 

to protect the members of their profession.  


I don't tend to sue anyone, but these people deserved it.  I justified 9 figures of damages

plus triple RICO (Federal Racketeering) damages.  It was 3 months before the end of

discovery when they decided to settle.  We were about to take depositions.  They settled! 

I am not a lawyer.  My degree is in physics.  The lawsuit was filed at the Superior Court 

level.  I was the Plaintiff.  It was just me.  I had no staff.  The "Defendants' table" had 

the 22 legal partners and owners plus up to eight partners of the insurance 

company's law firm plus all the background law firm associates and staff.


This law firm is a Limited Liability Partnership, and they tried to exclude the individual 

partners and owners from being individually named because they alleged that they were

protected under the LLP.  If that were allowed to do this,  

then I would only have 3 direct contacts and the partnership company named on the 

lawsuit.  This would be very bad because Limited Liability Partnerships tend to be 

shell companies with minimal assets.  It could have been a hallow victory.  I found 

loopholes, and the Limited Liability Partnership protection was denied.  They were 

treated like a General Partnership for this lawsuit.  I was told that means any judgment 

against them could be collected from all of them individually.  They would be 

individually liable.  I could collect on a judgment from any of them individually or in 

groups as I had the opportunity.


When I filed my legal briefs, I had to identify myself as "Plaintiff Pro Se".  I 

understand  that means that I am representing myself.  It was a fun, easy experience.  

I feel that because I have a certain amount of reason and logic, that is all that is 

necessary.  There are the common sense clearly written Rules of Civil Procedure, 

which must be followed.  They don't have to be memorized.  I just looked up the area 

that I was working on, such as interrogatories or production of documents or 

subpoenas.  These rules are surprisingly brief and well written.  The judge is out to 

see that a fair trial takes place, so he was very helpful to see that I wouldn't miss the 

few required deadlines for response.  Each state's Rules of Civil Procedure are laid out

much the same way  with minor changes added on a state-by-state basis.  For example I

found that California's Rules of Civil Procedures looks similar to the Federal Rules of Civil 

Procedure, which in turn looks familiar to California Family Court Rules of Civil 



I subtly gave the 22 sued lawyers the opportunity to think that they could get away with

committing perjury on their declarations, and they allegedly proceeded to do so.  Then I

used evidence they did not know I had to prove their repeated alleged committed fraud

on several instances.  This allegedly fit right in with violation of the federal racketeering 

laws, and they therefore became liable for triple damages.  When they realized that I 

could allegedly justify 9 figures for damages and triple RICO violation damages, they 

decided to settle rather than drag this out with judgments and appeals possibly 

lasting 15 years.  I also let them know that I expected a 15-year litigation, so they 

could  not count on my being anxious about the time it was taking.  It was just a 

matter of dollars and cents and psychology.  Lawyers and insurance companies like 

to think in terms of risk/reward, and I gave them plenty to think about.  So they settled 

3 months before discovery had ended.  


Weighing it out, it was a good idea not to hire lawyers to represent me in this legal 

malpractice suit.  What I would pay lawyers for this representation would come out of 

any settlement funds or judgment; therefore I would feel a lot of pressure to keep my 

legal costs down.  This could provide less-than-desirable results.  Why should I pay 

anyone a number of dollars to represent me in a legal malpractice case?  It would 

cost me dearly for their fees.  If I won I could only get back statutory legal fees (maybe 

less than 1%).  Our system of judgment is set up so everyone pays for their own legal 

fees.  I know lawyers like to say that if you represent yourself in court, you have a fool 

for a client.  I totally disagree.  If I did not represent myself in court, I fell that I WOULD 

BE A BIG FOOL.  I ignored what lawyers told me as being self-serving advice. If I

was a fool, what does that make this prestigious law firm?


I found that I could subscribe to or some other case law computer 

look up service for just the few months I needed them.  I could pay them a little extra 

and got them to do my case law look ups on a personal basis.  They became my 

research staff.  Then I could just cut and paste directly into my briefs what they found 

and sent to my computer.  It was truly easy. My total costs were around $15,000 primarily

for copying a lot of production of documents that I requested from defendants.


All lawsuits are public record when they are filed.  I could look up other suits and use 

them as a pattern of how the paperwork is to be structured.  Also the briefs coming 

from the other side was a great training tool.  I used's omnipage pro 

software to read in (scan) the defendants briefs in word processing format so that I 

could interject my arguments throughout in bold face and underlined thereby using defendants'

input as an exhibit with immediate interjected arguments against what Defendants wrote.  

That was very effective because the judge had both sides' arguments and 

counter-arguments in one document.  It was obviously a very effective approach.


Solving social problems is much like solving physical problems.   I list all the 

parameters (considerations) and weight them in importance of impact on the 

problem.  Then I come up with the best overall solution.  It is easy for me.  



I have been asked why I don't run for President.  The answer is I don't have 100 million 

dollars.  I have been married to my darling wife for 47 years, and we have one child 

(born in the back seat of our car) and one grand child.  My age is 69 years, but my 

Mom and Dad lived for 89 and 91 years, respectively.  I have a proven record of 

bringing solutions together and convincing sufficient numbers to support them.  I am 

tenacious and tireless in this effort.  After working up to 17 hours a day, 7 days a 

week, I have enough funds to live on the rest of my life from age 50.  At that point I 

semi-retired, and I have been giving of myself by solving social problems. 


My thoughts are to form a non-profit corporation so any money spent or collected 

toward the support of social solutions will be tax deductible.  The money would be 

very efficiently utilized to support a candidate that will be best suited to solving this 

country's problems in the future whether it is Rudy Giuliani, John Edwards, Hillary

Clinton, John McCain, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee or someone


Where are the solutions these career politicians have contributed while

in office?  Promises alone are empty.  Is it just one or two leadership accomplishments

over the past 20 years or is it on-going? The Presidency isn't for people who have

a lot of experience doing very little. I am not in office and have verifiably solved quite

a few national and international problems and gotten both parties to implement them.

Isn't that what true leadership of our government is all about?