Clint Richardson interview, Pt. 3 – “CAFR School: Your School District and the Mob (with Brett Veinotte)” #134

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This episode is an interview with Clint Richardson; pt. 3 titled “CAFR School: Your School District and the Mob” and is being released on Sunday, January 15, 2012. My interview with Clint was recorded on Thursday, January 12, 2012.
Today Brett Veinotte re-joins us as co-host for this joint School Sucks Podcast and Gnostic Media co-interview.

Videos that go along with this episode are listed on the website and include:
CAFR School, School Districts and the Lottery (RIM of the World Unified School District Expose), CAFR School: Commingled funds video, as well as Larken Rose’s Tiny Dot, and Agenda 21 videos.

Presidential candidate Clint Richardson is the protégé to Walter Burien at CAFR1.com and has been here twice before – last January to discuss his video The Corporation Nation, part 1, and also in October to discuss his documentary Lethal Injection The Story of Vaccination. Today he’s with us to discuss his most recent film, a film that I personally requested as it focuses on the crimes right here in my own mountain community.

You can find out more about Clint at www.thecorporationnation.com, and at www.clint4p.com, as well as at his blog at http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/

CAFR SCHOOL: RIM of the World Unified School District Expose – shorter version

CAFR School: The California Lottery (video #2)

Agenda 21 – best presentation ever – must watch!!!

CAFR School: What is a Commingled Fund?

Larkin Rose – The Tiny Dot

My interview with Larken Rose: http://www.gnosticmedia.com/larken-rose-interview-dialectic-and-the-demise-of-government-115/

  20 comments for “Clint Richardson interview, Pt. 3 – “CAFR School: Your School District and the Mob (with Brett Veinotte)” #134

  1. phil
    January 17, 2012 at 3:05 am
    • Jan Irvin
      January 17, 2012 at 9:32 am

      Except that one… thanks, Phil.

  2. Martin
    January 17, 2012 at 6:30 pm
    • Phillip
      January 20, 2012 at 12:05 pm

      How much research has Clint done on GLOOG? The first few articles include

      1. an article in praise of Orly Taitz, who is, BTW, a lawyer. Dr. Taitz’s efforts to “expose” the malfeasance of Obama v.a.v. his Kenyan birthplace have had the effect of helping, not hurting the apparently futile attempt to convince the public to do some basic grammar on the documents that the Obama lawyers have released. With enemies like this, who needs friends?

      2. an article containing effusive praise for, wait for it…. Newt Gingrich, and heartily endorsing his presidential campaign. I read the article carefully. Apparently it was not meant to be ironic.

      3. another an article containing effusive praise for, you guessed it, Newt Gingrich, and heartily endorsing his presidential campaign. This article praised his “logic”.

      That aside, thanks, Jan, for bringing us these fantastic podcasts.

      • March 18, 2012 at 12:46 am

        My suggestion would be for you to read “The History Of The American Bar Association”.

        I’m sure some of my views wont suite you either. But that doesn’t necessarily mean all of my writing and jive talking is not well-received, does it? In fact, I seem to remember this kind of response when I tried to open people’s eyes about one Dr. Ron Paul… hmmm… The killing of the messenger commenced without predjudice!

        And by the way, I kinda like Mrs. Taitz too! Oh lord, shunneth the sinner I beith!

  3. Trade Mark
    January 19, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    for checks 10 – 25 thousand they hold checks like five days last time i cashed one that size in 2007 – it bounced so they made me go get another one from the guy who wrote it even though he had since made the deposit – – – some three days later, after it bounced they informed me after I had bounced 16 grand in checks they charged me for im like what no phone call??? – then made me wait five more days after cashing the new check – so they gained interest for some 13 days before i actually had access to the funds directly. Soon I left banks behind December that year for good

    Amish people will only deposit $9.999.00 at a time – im told by a old friend in banking – they say or think banks must send a government report over 1o grand or it used to be, ive been off that shit so long…

    one cog breaks and the rest fail to turn – and the clock stops

    cheers to this pod cast and its merry men

    • March 18, 2012 at 12:37 am

      Note that all transactions are instant and digital.

      So why does the bank hold anyone’s money if it is an instant transaction?

      Simple. The money being held has its face value and is being held for investment purposes. Investment funds for government and banks, etc, are usually based on the “average daily balance” of how much money the fund or accounts are holding. Within that 5 days of holding everyone who deposits checks into that bank, that bank has a daily balance of millions or billions of play money – money it can risk in investments without the depositors ever knowing anything about it.

      PayPal is another good example – it takes two seconds to donate or spend money on PayPal and to come out of your personal bank account as a debit (almost instantaneous), but then it takes 3-5 days to receive that money on the other side of the transaction. Why? It is held and invested, added to the average daily balance until finally paid to the rightful payee. It’s all about investment profit.

      The funny thing… this could be stopped if people stopped participating in banks, government, and PayPal. There would be no daily balance to invest.

  4. robert
    January 29, 2012 at 7:47 pm

    This was an interesting interview. It left me with a few questions.

    Where do the profits made from the invested funds go?

    If the government owns enough stock in all major corporations to determine their board members who in the government is tasked with this duty?

    If the government uses our personal property as collateral in its operations why would the government allow the financial services secter (which it presumably would have ownership contol) to crash the housing market?

    Please forgive me if these subjects were and I missed it.

    • Jan Irvin
      January 29, 2012 at 8:36 pm

      Government is not your friend, it’s there to control you. You’re its slave.

      The money goes into the pension funds. See The Corporation Nation 3: The Great Pension Fund Hoax

    • March 17, 2012 at 11:58 pm

      Good questions.

      1) Some tax-monies are used to build infrastructure, etc, but the extra (Profits or gains) and the gain on investments go back into other funds around the world, building them up in a massive way. Then those funds are used as collateral or “equity” to do any multitude of dirty deals – and of course the debt is again nationalized to the taxpayers. The governments debt is not the governments debt, it is the peoples debt.

      2) The proxy voting rights of the collective shareholders (all government investment funds) are handed over to several private associations, whom then vote on behalf of the collective shareholders – government. This is no different than the entire Republican Party (the people) giving up their voting rights every election to one candidate to run for president. The Republican or Democratic “Party” is a private incorporated association which acts a collector of proxy votes from “delegates”. Shareholders proxy votes are handled in the same way… People don’t make law, a private association does through the power bestowed via the people. People don’t really vote for anything except what suit will fill the office that vote for them. This is the great myth of “democracy”. Search for the term “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE” and a whole new world will be opened up before you. Nothing is as you are taught!

      3) If you read your State constitution, you will find that the concept of “personal property” does not really exist. It was a requirement for each territory to become a state (which is just a federal district = state) it was required for the “people” of the territory to give all lands to the United States (I.E. the corporate structure). You have no personal property. Eminent Domain is proof of that. Also, congressional record states that all people, their property, and land is pledged as collateral for the “Dollar” – the fiat paper currency that we fallaciously call “worthless” and “printed out of thin air”. Our gold was pledged as well, all 236 million ounces – all collateral for the Dollar. The so-called “crashing” of real-estate is just a numbers game. Raise the price, bet short, lower the price, bet high, raise the price, etc. This the same game with the price of oil, pork bellies, corn… you name it. Those who control the market set the price and profit from both ends of the bet. Because don’t forget, when you or any of the gullible good people of America loose money in the stock or housing market, there is always some entity on the other side of your transaction making a profit from your loss. The money doesn’t just disappear!

      Banks don’t loose anything from a foreclosure or if you default on your loan, because remember, “money is CREATED when banks make loans to persons (corporations are persons too). Since the money is created in a bank loan, the bank has not loaned you any of its own money, which is why it needs no reserves to cover the loan. It monetizes your loan application and documents through the FED and then as middleman “loans” you the newly created money. The bank has then got a ZERO BALANCE at the time of the loan!!! You agree via contract to pay the bank – which is all profit, both principle and interest!!! The bank is just helping and scamming you to create the money that technically you could create by being your own bank. It’s a middle man. Why is this important? Because the bank has no interest in seeing you succeed in making your loan payments or keeping your house. It would much rather have you “create” more money for a new loan for which again, it will use none of its own money and yet make you pay more more more! It’s in government’s and the banks best financial interest to “crash” the system every once in a while, usually through artificial scarcity or inflation.

      Loans are just a journal entry. The whole thing is a scam. Most of the money being “played” in the investment markets is this type of equity based money, collateralized by all of our collective selves and our land and property.

      There is no free country. And you don’t own anything that can be taken away. And in America, everything from your freedom to your land to your very children can be taken by the State. You have no “private property” unless you are willing to fight for it.

      Sadly, Most aren’t.

      -Clint-

      • March 18, 2012 at 12:22 am

        References from above comment…

        Reading from Document No. 43, “Contracts Payable in Gold” written in 1933:

        “The ultimate ownership of all property is in the State; individual so-called “ownership” is only by virtue of government, i.e., law, amounting to mere user; and user must be in accordance with law and subordinate to the necessities of the State.”

        Congressman Patman, speaking from the Congressional Record:

        “The money will be worth 100 cents on the dollar because it is backed by the credit of the Nation. It will represent a mortgage on all the homes and other property of all the people in the Nation.”

        In Colorado’s constitution, it states:

        § 4. Constitutional convention – requirements of constitution… secondly, that the people inhabiting said territory do agree and declare that they forever disclaim all right and title to the unappropriated public lands lying within said territory, and that the same shall be and remain at the sole and entire disposition of the United States; and that the lands belonging to citizens of the United States residing without said state shall never be taxed higher than the lands belonging to residents thereof, and that no taxes shall be imposed by the state on lands or property therein belonging to, or which may hereafter be purchased by the United States.

        In the Utah constitution, it states:

        …Second. That the people inhabiting said proposed State do agree and declare that they forever disclaim all right and title to the unappropriated public lands lying within the boundaries thereof; and to all lands lying within said limits owned or held by any Indian or Indian tribes; and that until the title thereto shall have been extinguished by the United States, the same shall be and remain subject to the disposition of the United States, and said Indian lands shall remain under the absolute jurisdiction and control of the Congress of the United States… Third. That the debts and liabilities of said Territory, under authority of the Legislative Assembly thereof, shall be assumed and paid by said State.

        And finally, read this scenario and it will help you comprehend where all that money goes…

        Government and private sector crime works like this:

        I, as a public officer, contact you as a wealthy investor, and tell you that I want use some creative financing through the use of government fund schemes…

        Step 1) I collect taxpayer money over a long period of time and build it up in my fund scheme to the point that it is enough to do something I want to do. Let’s say I want to buy a condo building in Australia. I can’t let the taxpayers know I’m doing this, so…

        Step 2) I instruct you to open a “dummy” mortgage corporation. You pay $350 to incorporate in Delaware and now “Generic Mortgage Associates” is a new corporation.

        Step 3) I now fund your mortgage corporation by giving you 100 million dollars out of my one or many investment pools (gains and profits). I transfer that (taxpayer) money into your dummy corporation to fund the future real estate loans you will be making. Now “Generic Mortgage Corporation” is ready to loan money…

        Step 4) I then post disinformation that the government doesn’t have enough money to pay for the new sewer system (or other “services”), and tell the people that A bond will be created to fund those services over 15 years. And so, I float a bond for $300 million dollars (part of which will pay the principle and interest on the other loan we just created between ourselves (bond).

        Step 5) I then instruct you to loan to me my own money ($100 million) back to me. I instruct you to make the contract between us to read that: I will pay 8% interest on the loan, at a variable rate that will increase to 15% interest after 7 years, and an amortization (payback schedule) of 30 years.

        Step 6) I purchase the condo in Australia with my own money ($100 million of taxpayer money) loaned to me at interest.

        Step 7) I COLLECT THE DIVIDENDS ON MY OWN MONEY! You collect (profit) from the interest on anything over 7% (per the mortgage contract), which will be at about 8% interest by year 7, for the remaining 21 years.

        Step 8) When year 7 comes around, I instruct my renters (and taxpayers) that I can’t afford the interest payments on the loan, and so each tenant (citizen) must now pay $200 more each month for rent. 200 tenants – $40,000 extra income per month, which I pay as loan payments to myself on my own money that is loaned to myself by you, and of which you profit at 8%.

        Step 9) After 30 years, the loan has been payed off by taxpayer money – all $100 million + interest. I own the condo now free and clear. Not the government. not the taxpayers. Me.

        Step 10) What does this mean? It means that the taxpayers paid for a condo that doesn’t belong to the taxpayers by paying for the loan payments + interest. It means that the “Generic Mortgage Corporation” now has my original $100 million dollar cash advance which I gave to them in the first place. It means that I collected 7% interest profits as well on the 30 year bond/loan. It means that “Generic Mortgage Corporation” made an 8% interest profit on the 30 year loan as well, equaling millions and millions of dollars profit.

        Final Step) The ORIGINAL TAXPAYER MONEY from 30 years ago; the $100 million + gets transferred to another dummy corporation to start the whole investment scheme over again, only this time in Singapore. “Generic Mortgage Corporation” un-incorporates and is never heard of again.

        And finally, the taxpayers call in to vote on American Idol contestants, never knowing that this scenario is playing out with every taxpayer dollar spent, in the trillions and trillions of dollars throughout the world “markets” and “Investment Funds”. And even the activists as they shout and hold up End The Fed signs, are clueless to the real financial embezzlement and organized crime happening around them that far out-surpasses anything the Federal Reserve is allowed to do by the treasury.

        Understand this, and you understand government’s organized crime syndicate and just how massive and unimaginable it really is.

        Hope this helps… and send it on. It will dazzle your friends even more than that pet rock or slinky ever did!!!

        Take care,

        -Clint-

  5. andreas
    February 4, 2012 at 8:48 am

    hi:

    now that the red herring of the federal reserve is partially exposed, it would be great to dwelve into what our Gouvernment really is, and who is really behind it.

    any upcoming shows or research on this subject from the standpoint of the understanding of how pervasive this structure really is ?

    thanks for great work,

    andreas
    >oh, on another subject, would vegetal oils be well preserved on winebottles with a wine vacuum cork (no oxydation) ?
    http://www.webstaurantstore.com/vacu-vin-white-wine-saver-vacuum-pump-set-with-1-stopper/9180854250.html?utm_source=NexTag&utm_medium=cse&utm_campaign=NexTag+Campaign

  6. March 29, 2012 at 9:29 am

    Clint, do you know how the shareholders are for some of these corporations? Or do they all just own stock in each other? I saw in Corporation Nation Florida’s CAFR shows ownership in Oregon.

    After I saw Corporation Nation, suddenly the bank bailouts made a lot more sense.

    • March 29, 2012 at 9:30 am

      That was supposed to be “do you know WHO the shareholders…” Sorry about that.

    • April 26, 2012 at 4:18 pm

      Besides direct stock stock ownership in corporations by government funds, there is also the following investments to consider by the same funds…

      Bonds: When the collective government asked Hershey corporation to move to Mexico in order to be more profitable (cheap labor, tax shelters, no pollution or other environmental regulation, more spider eggs allowed per pound of chocolate, etc.) the board of directors state no way, we are Hershey, Pennsylvania. We are a permanent part of this town. Government as shareholder then offered a virtually interest free bond to the company to relocate (liquidity funding of the company) – an offer it couldn’t refuse for fear of government liquidation of their stock holdings and no more bonds. Now Hershey Pennsylvania is Hershey, Mexico. Bond issuers are also “owners”of the companies they issue bonds (loans) to until that bond is paid back. These bonds represent many trillions in investments into companies (indirect non-stock ownership) by collective government.

      Mutual Funds: Government is also often the main investor (50-75%) in mutual fund companies like State Street, BlackRock, and my personal favorites – The Carlyle group and Warburg investments. This is another indirect ownership of stock, masked in private funds. Blackrock has many different types of funds, but most of them are bond and municipal government funds. So a government like Florida can also be invested in Oregon bonds, or even in the bonds that it issues to itself. Who cares, it’s the taxpayers that pay them back, so why not borrow from yourself through issuance of bonds!?!?!?!

      Parent/subsidiaries: Let’s take Microsoft Corp as an example. Government is a major holder in this company. But what I didn’t cover is the massive investments (including indirect investments) in Microsoft’s wholly owned subsidiary companies. These are listed in the CAFR and SEC FORM 10K. These direct and indirect stock investments in Microsoft’s subsidiary corporations also represent indirect ownership in Microsoft.

      * 343 Industries
      * BigPark
      * Carbonated Games
      * Consumers Software
      * Danger (company)
      * Ensemble Studios
      * FASA Studio
      * GIANT Company Software
      * Hotmail
      * Lionhead Studios
      * Massive Incorporated
      * Microsoft India (R & D) Pvt Ltd
      * Microsoft Services Asia
      * ProClarity
      * Rare Ltd.
      * ScreenTonic
      * Turn 10 Studios
      * Twisted Pixel Games
      * Winternals
      * Xbox Live Productions

      And finally, in answer to your question, let’s see who is on the Board of Microsoft and what companies they actually work for:

      Steve Ballmer – CEO

      Bill Gates – Chairman

      Dina Dublon – Former Chief Financial Officer for JP Morgan Chase

      Raymond V. Gilmartin – Former Chairman, President and CEO of Merck & Co Inc

      Reed Hastings – Founder Chairman and CEO of Netflix, Inc

      Maria M. Klawe – President, Harvey Mudd College

      David F Marquardt – General Partner, August Capital

      Charles H. Noski – Vice Chairman, Bank of America Corporation

      Dr. Helmut Panke – Former Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG

      John W. Thompson – CEO of Virtual Instruments

      While these board members don’t have anywhere close to controlling shares (less than 10% total), they have a lot of shares at great value. And they of course sit on other boards. Like a family tree, eventually the board members will all be connected if you spend the time researching.

      And we haven’t covered self-insurance funds like the Joint Powers Authorities mentioned in the school district movie, the commingled funds of each state, and we can’t forget the massive investments of state college funds. Pension funds are just the easiest CAFR’s to read with the most investments, thus they were the subject of my documentary. Unfortunately, showing all of the above mentioned funds and breaking them down would take me years of full-time research.

      Hope this helps…

      -Clint-

  7. Cynthia
    October 17, 2012 at 4:42 pm

    http://www.garynorth.com/public/6369.cfm

    Clint, would you mind addressing this?

    Thank you

    • Clint Richardson
      December 9, 2012 at 2:07 pm

      Hey Cynthia…

      Coincidentally, this older article is making its way again around the websphere.

      http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2012/05/25/california-government-hides-billions-from-taxpayers/

      This was a breakdown of all the funds in the State CAFR.

      Otherwise, I’m not sure what to say to such a fallacious detractor as this. There are no secret CAFR’s, and there are not two sets of books – just one set that is presented in two ways (the budget and the CAFR). If he had questions, it would seem he would ask Walter to explain, instead of attacking him.

      I’ve gotten used to this type of personal attack myself, always without supporting evidence, even despite my over-researched presentations. Bur trust me when I say that when city council members meet with me they are amazed at what I show them. They often know nothing about their own CAFR. My next film will be quite enlightening…

      Let me know if you have specific questions, and I’ll be happy to answer.

      My email is introspector48@yahoo.com

      -Clint-

  8. Noah F
    October 30, 2012 at 8:30 am

    From http://www.icleiusa.org/about-iclei/members/member-list clicking on “America”, the local governments that are members:

    Alabama
    Birmingham
    Huntsville
    Montgomery

    Alaska
    Juneau
    Sitka

    Arizona
    Chandler
    Flagstaff
    Goodyear
    Tempe
    Tucson

    Arkansas
    North Little Rock

    California
    Albany
    Aliso Viejo
    American Canyon
    Antioch
    Arcata
    Belvedere
    Benicia
    Berkeley
    Beverly Hills
    Burlingame
    Carpinteria
    Carlesbad
    Chula Vista
    Cloverdale
    Concord
    Covina
    Culver City
    Cupertino
    Davis
    Del Mar
    Dixon
    Dublin
    East Palo Alto
    El Cerrito
    Emeryville
    Encinitas
    Fairfax
    Fairfield
    Fort Bragg
    Foster City
    Fremont
    Fullerton
    Glendale
    Hayward
    Hermosa Beach
    Hillsborough
    Irvine
    Lafayette
    Lakewood
    Larkspur
    La Mirada
    Livermore
    Los Angeles County
    Los Gatos
    Martinez
    Menlo Park
    Millbrae
    Mill Valley
    Monterey
    Moorpark
    Moraga
    Mountain View
    Napa
    Napa County
    Newark
    Novato
    Oakland
    Oakley
    Orinda
    Pacifica
    Palmdale
    Palm Springs
    Palo Alto
    Pasadena
    Pittsburg
    Portola Valley
    Redwood City
    Riverside
    Rolling Hills Estates
    Ross
    Sacramento County
    Salinas
    San Bruno
    San Diego
    San Francisco
    San Joaquin
    San Jose
    San Leandro
    San Luis Obispo
    San Mateo County
    San Mateo
    San Pablo
    Santa Ana
    Santa Barbara County
    Santa Barbara
    San Buenaventura (Ventura)
    San Carlos
    Santa Clara
    Santa Clara County
    Santa Clarita
    Santa Cruz
    Santa Monica
    Santa Rosa
    Santee
    Seaside
    Solana Beach
    Solano County
    Sonoma City
    Sonoma County
    South Gate
    Tiburon
    Tracy
    Union City
    Ventura County
    Vernon
    Visalia
    Vista
    West Sacramento
    Willits
    Windsor
    Woodside
    Yountville

    Colorado
    Arvada
    Aspen
    Breckenridge
    Carbondale
    Commerce City
    Denver
    Durango
    Fort Collins
    Golden
    Gunnison County
    La Plata County
    Manitou Springs
    San Miguel County

    Connecticut
    Branford
    Bridgeport
    Essex
    Groton
    New Haven
    New London
    Ridgefield
    Stamford
    Windsor

    Delaware
    Lewes

    District of Columbia
    Washington, DC

    Florida
    Boynton Beach
    Broward County
    Coconut Creek
    Collier County
    Cutler Bay
    Davie
    Delray Beach
    Fort Lauderdale
    Fort Myers
    Gainesville
    Key West
    Lake Worth
    Lee County
    Leon County
    Maitland
    Marathon
    Miami
    Miami-Dade County
    Miami Gardens
    Monroe County
    North Miami
    North Port
    Orange County
    Orlando
    Palm Bay
    Palm Beach County
    Pinecrest
    Seminole County
    South Daytona
    South Miami
    Tallahassee
    Tamarac
    West Palm Beach
    Winter Park, FL

    Georgia
    Athens-Clarke County
    Atlanta
    Chatham County
    Decatur
    Fulton County
    Savannah
    Tybee Island

    Hawaii
    Hawaii County

    Idaho
    Blaine County
    Hailey

    Illinois
    Algonquin
    Brookfield
    Champaign
    Chicago
    Edwardsville
    Elgin
    Elmhurst
    Glen Carbon
    La Grange Park
    Lake Forest
    Madison County
    Northbrook
    Oak Park
    Oswego
    Rock Island
    Rockford
    Springfield
    Urbana

    Indiana
    Bloomington
    Muncie
    South Bend

    Iowa
    Decorah
    Des Moines
    Dubuque
    Fairfield
    Iowa City
    Johnson County
    North Liberty
    Shueyville

    Kansas
    Johnson County
    Lawrence
    Mission
    Prairie Village
    Wyandotte County/Kansas City

    Kentucky
    Berea
    Frankfort
    Lexington-Fayette County

    Louisiana
    New Orleans
    Shreveport
    Maine
    Falmouth
    Portland
    South Portland
    Yarmouth
    York

    Maryland
    Baltimore
    Bowie
    Chevy Chase
    College Park
    Gaithersburg
    Greenbelt
    Harford County
    Howard County
    Hyattsville
    Rockville
    Salisbury
    Takoma Park

    Massachusetts
    Acton
    Amesbury
    Amherst
    Belmont
    Boston
    Brookline
    Cambridge
    Chelmsford
    Concord
    Dedham
    Devens
    Hingham
    Ipswich
    Kingston
    Lexington
    Marshfield
    Medford
    Milton
    Natick
    Nantucket
    Newton
    Northampton
    Salem
    Tewksbury
    Tyngsborough
    Wellesley
    Wellfleet
    Winchester
    Worcester

    Michigan
    Ann Arbor
    Dearborn
    Flint
    Grand Rapids
    Traverse City

    Minnesota
    Blue Earth County
    Duluth
    Edina
    Golden Valley
    Hennepin County
    Minneapolis
    Oakdale
    Rochester
    Roseville
    Saint Paul
    Virginia
    Woodbury

    Missouri
    Clayton
    Columbia
    Creve Coeur
    Kansas City
    Kirkwood
    Lee’s Summit
    Riverside
    Saint Louis
    Saint Louis County
    Town & Country
    University City

    Montana
    Bozeman
    Helena
    Missoula

    Nebraska
    Lincoln
    Omaha

    Nevada
    Clark County
    Las Vegas
    North Las Vegas
    Washoe County

    New Hampshire
    Keene
    Nashua
    Portsmouth
    Wolfeboro

    New Jersey
    Belmar
    Clifton
    Eatontown
    Hamilton
    Maplewood
    Marlboro
    Newark

    New Mexico
    Cimarron
    Las Cruces
    Los Alamos County
    Silver City
    Taos

    New York
    Albany
    Babylon
    Bedford
    Binghamton
    Brighton
    Brookhaven
    Cayuga County
    Clarkstown
    Cooperstown
    Cortlandt
    Croton on Hudson
    DeWitt
    Dobbs Ferry
    Dryden
    Eastchester
    Geneva
    Greenburgh
    Hastings on Hudson
    Hunter
    Ithaca (City)
    Ithaca (Town)
    Kingston
    Larchmont
    Madison County
    Mamaroneck (Town)
    Mamaroneck (Village)
    Mount Kisco
    Nassau County
    New Castle
    New Paltz (Town)
    New Rochelle
    New York (cont.)
    New York City
    North Castle
    North Hempstead
    Ogdensburg
    Onondaga County
    Orangetown
    Ossining (Town)
    Ossining (Village)
    Oswego (City)
    Oswego County
    Peekskill
    Pound Ridge
    Preble
    Red Hook
    Rochester
    Rosendale
    Rye
    Saratoga Springs
    Saugerties
    Schenectady County
    Skaneateles
    Somers
    Southampton (Town)
    Southampton (Village)
    Syracuse
    Tarrytown
    Tompkins County
    Tuckahoe
    Victor
    Woodstock
    Yonkers

    North Carolina
    Carrboro
    Cary
    Chapel Hill
    Charlotte
    Durham
    Fayetteville
    Orange County
    Raleigh
    Winston-Salem

    North Dakota
    Grand Forks

    Ohio
    Akron
    Alliance
    Athens
    Cincinnati
    Cleveland
    Oberlin
    Youngstown

    Oklahoma
    Tulsa

    Oregon
    Ashland
    Beaverton
    Corvallis
    Hillsboro
    Lake Oswego
    Lincoln City
    McMinnville
    Milwaukie
    Portland

    Pennsylvania
    Allegheny County
    Falls Township
    Haverford
    Lower Southampton
    Meadville
    Middletown
    Montgomery Township
    Mt. Lebanon
    Nether Providence
    Penn Hills
    Philadelphia
    Pittsburgh
    Warwick Township
    West Chester

    South Carolina
    Charleston
    Columbia
    Greenville
    Spartanburg

    South Dakota
    Brookings
    Oglala
    Sioux Falls
    Tennessee
    Chattanooga
    Cookeville
    Franklin
    Hamilton County
    Knoxville
    Oak Ridge
    Shelby County
    Signal Mountain

    Texas
    Austin
    Coppell
    Dallas
    Denton
    El Paso
    Grapevine
    Houston
    Laguna Vista
    Richardson
    San Antonio
    San Marcos
    South Padre Island

    Utah
    Park City
    Summit County
    Salt Lake City

    Vermont
    Brattleboro
    Burlington
    South Burlington

    Virginia
    Alexandria
    Arlington County
    Blacksburg
    Charlottesville
    Dumfries
    Falls Church
    Lynchburg
    Norfolk
    Richmond
    Roanoke County
    Roanoke
    Staunton

    Washington
    Auburn
    Bellevue
    Bellingham
    Bothell
    Coupeville
    Edmonds
    Everett
    Island County
    Issaquah
    King County
    Kirkland
    Lacey
    Lynnwood
    Mercer Island
    Oak Harbor
    Olympia
    Port Townsend
    Redmond
    Renton
    Sammamish
    SeaTac
    Seattle
    Sequim
    Shoreline
    Snohomish County
    Snoqualmie
    Spokane
    Tacoma
    Tumwater

    West Virginia
    Fairmont
    Glenville

    Wisconsin
    Dane County
    Fitchburg
    Madison
    Marshfield
    Milwaukee
    Oshkosh

  9. Jan Irvin
    January 16, 2012 at 11:47 pm

    I do believe everything is already posted above in the show notes.

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