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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Welfare Englewood chimp leaves baby at door way

A 24-year-old Englewood woman was charged with abandoning her 1-year-old daughter in a Gresham neighborhood apartment building vestibule.
Johnetta Smith, of the 5800 block of South Wolcott Avenue, is due in court Wednesday.
She's charged with one felony count of child abandonment, according to police.
The child was found over the weekend by two people who said a woman approached them and asked for a cell phone to report a child in the lobby of a building in the 8200 block of South Justine Street.
She left before the pair could get a phone but they found the child.Police said Saturday the baby found alone in an apartment entryway Friday night has been identified, and that they are seeking to identify her mother.
The identity of the girl, 1, has not been released.
Also on the Saturday, the man and woman who said they found the girl said they were notified of her presence by a woman in the neighborhood before finding her next to a bag of clean diapers and a sippy cup on the ground of a two-flat building vestibule.Thomas Freeman, 50, said he was walking down the 8200 block of South Justine Street about 11:30 p.m. on Friday to visit a friend when a young woman who appeared to be in her 20s asked to borrow his cellphone and told him a baby was left in a nearby building.
"I just thought it was strange that she knew … that the baby was in there. You couldn't see the baby standing from the sidewalk," Freeman said.
Freeman said before he could respond to her request for his phone she walked away from him. So Freeman said he went to the friend he was visiting next door, Arleasia Lee, she grabbed a flashlight and the two of them approached the building. After peering through the front door, they saw something that looked like a toy wrapped up in a purple blanket on the ground of the building's entry, with a gas can and a bucket full of rock salt nearby, Freeman said.
"When I looked you couldn't tell that it was a baby, maybe a doll or something like that," Freeman said.
That's when the pair called 911 and discovered the front door to the building was open. When asked by paramedics if the baby was breathing, Lee said she approached the child, pulled the cover from her face and let her hand hover above her mouth and nose. She felt warm breath.
"I could look at her and see her little fat face. It looked like she was well-fed. She looked healthy; she looked like she was just asleep," Lee said, adding "it just pulls my heart out."
Freeman and Lee said they don't know anyone who lives in the two-flat and were unable to reach anyone who lives there last night. Freeman said paramedics took the baby away. And he wonders about the woman he watched walk away.
"It's just probably desperate times. People do desperate things," Freeman said.

Robbins Police Poster's rip on Dart's I can't carry a gun pussy yellow belly ass




Makes a laughing stock of the Crook County Sheriff. I have to ask why do we want this pussy to be our sheriff I will never know. Hey Tom Dart I hear a desk calling you at some law firm pussy ass bitch.





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Mr. Potato Head Quinn fucks Illinois residents without using KY lubricant first

Governor Quinn proposes turning what was sold as a temporary, tax hike into a permanent one during his 2015 budget address on Wednesday.
The governor called for keeping the personal income tax rate at five percent.
“This comprehensive tax reform plan would maintain current income tax rates allowing us to balance the budget, properly invest in education, and provide every Illinois homeowner with a guaranteed, 500 dollar property tax refund every year.”
Quinn signed the increase from three to five percent back in January 2011. That’s a 67 percent rise. It was supposed to expire next year.   
Republican State Representative and candidate for State Treasurer Tom Cross says Quinn has broken his word to taxpayers.  Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn today proposed making permanent the temporary income tax increase he signed into law three years ago, fully framing the debate over his fall re-election bid against Republican Bruce Rauner who wants the tax hike rolled back.
Delivering his budget proposal for the fiscal year that begins July 1, Quinn sought to offer some sweeteners for keeping the tax increase—including a doubling of the tax credit for lower-income workers and offering a flat $500 property tax rebate to benefit homeowners.
"As a result of our hard work to restore fiscal stability -- from spending reductions to pension reform to contract savings -- Illinois is in a much stronger financial position than it was five years ago," said Quinn, who took over from impeached and imprisoned Rod Blagojevich in 2009. While the temporary tax boost he signed in 2011 was pitched as a way to pay the state's overdue bills, Quinn framed the permanent extension of the tax increase as an education issue in his speech to lawmakers gathered in the House chamber in Springfield.
"The issue of expiring revenue this year is a real challenge that will require another hard choice," Quinn said. Without the higher income tax, he said, the state will face "extreme cuts...that will starve ou schools."
Quinn said by keeping the income tax increase, "we can stabilize the budget for the long-term, in a way that provides targeted tax relief where it’s needed most: to homeowners and working families raising kids."
But in calling for keeping the tax increase permanent, Quinn played into pre-speech attacks by Rauner, a Winnetka venture capitalist, whose campaign had labeled the Democratic governor’s tenure as a litany of broken promises.
Rauner backs the scheduled January rollback of the personal income tax to 3.75 percent from the current 5 percent. Rauner, however, has not been specific about how he would make up for the estimated $4 billion in lost revenue with the rollback of the tax.
Regardless of Quinn’s speech, the reality of a political year in which the entire Illinois House and one-third of the state Senate are up for election makes it highly questionable whether ruling Democrats will take a vote on extending the tax hike before the Nov. 4 general election. Leaders who oversee hefty Democratic majorities in the General Assembly will draft their own version of a spending plan for the state for a budget year that extends into the first six months of the state’s next governor.
Still, House Speaker Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, said he supported Quinn’s call for making the income tax permanent and expected a vote on it well before the election.
"Well that's why I commend the governor for his political courage and honesty, and unlike previous governors who ...didn't live up to the problems of financing this state, Governor Quinn has come in here today, and he's just, as he said, he told the truth,” Madigan said during an interview with Illinois Public Television. “He laid the cards on the table. If we wish to continue to provide the level of services which we've become accustomed to for education and other purposes then the income tax increase should be extended."
Asked when lawmakers might vote on the tax increase, Madigan said, "My expectation is that we'll resolve this before the end of the spring session, which is the end of May."
State Sen. President John Cullerton, D-Chicago, issued a statement supporting making the tax hike permanent, without saying when a vote should happen.

"Voting to maintain our current tax rate is a responsible action that keeps Illinois’ income taxes among the lowest in the nation.  It will allow us to  honor our obligations, preserve education funding and secure our financial future for generations to come," Cullerton said.
Quinn appeared to acknowledge the political issues surrounding his speech, though not mentioning Rauner by name. The Republican has called for a comprehensive restructuring of the state’s tax system though, without specifics.
Quinn, however, said he was rejecting "any new, unfair taxes," such as broadening the state’s sales tax to include services, or taxing retirement income. Illinois is one of three states that do not tax retirement income.
The Democrat chief executive sought to position his move to keep the income tax as akin to efforts by former Republican Gov. Jim Edgar, who had advocated a shift in funding local grade and high schools toward the income tax while reducing local property tax burdens.
"For too long, Illinois has underfunded its schools and overburdened its property taxpayers,"Quinn said.
The governor’s plan also calls for spending $100 million next year on early childhood programs for children from birth to age 5, as well as adding $50 million to a monetary assistance program for college students in Illinois.
Quinn was also expected to direct more money toward paying down state government's multibillion-dollar backlog of old bills, a longtime nagging problem cited by proponents as one of the main reasons to support the income tax hike. The tax increase was passed during the post-election lame-duck session of the General Assembly in January 2011 entirely on the strength of Democratic votes.
The governor laid out his proposals as part of what he called a comprehensive five-year financial plan and warned that without action "to stabilize our revenue code, extreme and radical cuts will be imposed on education and critical public services -- cuts that will starve our schools and result in mass teacher layoffs, larger class sizes and higher property taxes."
Quinn’s warning was echoed even before he delivered his speech in the ornate House chamber by his political campaign. The Quinn camp said Rauner’s push to have the income tax roll back on schedule "would decimate education funding."
“The truth is, those who are telling you that Illinois can tax less and spend less and still expect to fund education are simply not telling you the truth,” Quinn said in a pointed reference to Rauner, who has sought to appeal to voters as a long-time education advocate.
“Today, I propose that we take the path that is honest and responsible, the path that protects everyday families and invests in their future,” he said.

Rauner, a wealthy first-time office-seeker who spent much of the recently concluded Republican primary campaign attacking Quinn rather than his GOP rivals, called the Democratic governor’s push to make the income tax increase permanent Quinn’s “ultimate broken promise.”

“After five years of Pat Quinn’s failed leadership, we have record tax hikes, outrageously high unemployment, massive cuts in education, and there’s still a giant budget mess in Springfield,” Rauner said in a statement today. “It’s now or never to save Illinois.  We can balance the budget without more tax increases, if we create a growth economy, and restructure and reform our broken government.”

Republican Rep. Patti Bellock of Hinsdale, among the leaders of the opposition to the temporary tax hike, said Quinn’s plan undercuts the “No. 1 issue” of restoring the state’s economy and luring businesses.

“And I think the people of Illinois were assured (by Democrats) when that was put in that it would be taken out,” Bellock said. “And I think we need to be responsible to the people of Illinois to roll back that…. They were reassured that it was going to go away.”

Bellock said the lawmakers will have to work to hold spending to within the amount of money that would be generated with the lower income tax rate due to take effect Jan. 1. “I definitely think that there’s more money in this budget” than what Quinn portrays, Bellock said.

She called budget negotiations a “challenge” but that she expected House lawmakers working on social issue to act in a bipartisan manner.

Sen. Heather Steans, a Chicago Democrat who chairs an appropriations committee, called for a vote in the spring session to keep the income tax increase.

“It’s encouraging that Gov. Quinn is investing in education and services to protect the neediest,” Steans said. “It’s not easy to be talking about maintaining revenues in an election cycle. I think there is honor in being honest about what we need to do.”

As he exited the House chamber, Quinn was asked if he hoped to pass his plans this spring and replied “Of course.”

Asked how, Quinn said: "Hope for the best and work for it."

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard says NO

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard says NO Muslims who want to live under Islamic Sharia law were told on Wednesday to get out of Australia, as the government targeted radicals in a bid to head off potential terror attacks. 

Separately, Gillard angered some Australian Muslims onWednesday by saying she supported spy agencies monitoring the nation's mosques:
 
Quote:

'IMMIGRANTS, NOT AUSTRALIANS, MUST ADAPT... Take It Or Leave It. I am tired of this nation worrying about whether we are offending some individual or their culture.
 Since the terrorist attacks on Bali, we have experienced a surge in patriotism by the majority of Australians.' 

'This culture has been developed over two centuries of struggles, trials and victories by millions of men and women who have sought freedom.' 


'We speak mainly ENGLISH, not Spanish, Lebanese, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian or any other language. Therefore, if you wish to become part of our society, learn the language!' 


'Most Australians believe in God.
 This is not some Christian, right wing, political push, but a fact, because Christian men and women, on Christian principles, founded this nation and this is clearly documented. It is certainly appropriate to display it on the walls of our schools. If God offends you, then I suggest you consider another part of the world as your new home, because God is part of our culture.' 

'We will accept your beliefs and will not question why. All we ask is that you accept ours and live in harmony and peaceful enjoyment with us.' 


'This is OUR COUNTRY, OUR LAND, OUR LIFESTYLE and we will allow you every opportunity to enjoy all this. But once you are done complaining, whining and griping about Our Flag, Our Pledge, Our Christian beliefs
 or Our Way of Life, I highly encourage you take advantage of one other great Australian freedom, 'THE RIGHT TO LEAVE'.' 

'If you aren't happy here then LEAVE.
 We didn't force you to come here. You asked to be here. So accept the country that accepted you.' 

Thursday, March 20, 2014

President Obama honors last WWI veteran

President Obama ordered all U.S. and state flags to be at half-staff today in honor of Frank W. Buckles, the last American veteran of World War I, according to the office of Gov. Neil Abercrombie.

Buckles is being buried today with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery.

Buckles enlisted in the Army at 16 after lying about his age. He died last month at his home in Charles Town, W.Va, at age 110.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Another scandal under a Non American Born President named OBAMA King shit head

As many as 30 senior enlisted sailors at the Navy's Charleston, S.C., nuclear propulsion school are accused of cheating on written tests that qualify them to supervise students learning to operate nuclear reactors used to power Navy vessels.
Chief Naval Officer, Adm. Jonathan Greenert, and the head of the U.S. Navy's nuclear propulsion programs, Adm. John Richardson, briefed Pentagon reporters Tuesday on the emerging scandal, calling it a "disappointment," "contrary to all of our core values."  Both men insisted this was not representative of a broader cultural problem within the Navy.
Yet the accusations closely resemble recent problems within the Air Force, where nearly 100 nuclear missiliers are being investigated for widespread cheating on qualification tests, while others in the same nuclear force are being questioned for drug abuse.
The 30 sailors implicated in the Charleston investigation have been denied access to the training site while the Navy's Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) evaluates each case separately. Richardson said if the accusations are proven to be true punishment could include dismissal from the Navy.
Richardson said they learned about the allegations from a sailor who came forward to say he was offered the answers to a test so that he could cheat.  Richardson also said the tests on which sailors allegedly cheated included classified information.
"We expect more from our sailors -- especially our senior sailors," Greenert said.

American personnel were killed in Benghazi attack would surprise even you

American personnel on the ground in Benghazi the night of the 2012 terror attack are outraged after learning that the CIA's inspector general never conducted an investigation into what happened -- despite two CIA workers being killed in the attack and despite at least two complaints being filed by CIA employees.
Former Ambassador Chris Stevens, another State official and two ex-Navy SEALs working for the CIA were killed in that attack.
Many in the agency were told, or were under the impression, that an investigation was in the works, but that is not the case.
One person close to the issue told Fox News: "They should be doing an investigation to see what the chief of base in Benghazi and station chief in Tripoli did that night. If they did, they'd find out there were some major mistakes."
This source claimed an investigation would likely uncover a lot of details the public does not know.
Asked why such a probe has not been launched, a CIA spokesman said: "CIA's Office of the Inspector General (OIG) always reviews carefully every matter that is brought to its attention, and takes appropriate action based on a variety of factors."
Still, at least two complaints were filed by CIA employees concerned about the attack, which began at the U.S. compound and eventually spread to the CIA annex one mile away. There is no question that CIA personnel saved a lot of lives; those on the ground that night continue to herald the heroism of the individuals who responded to try and help Stevens and others under attack.
Yet questions remain about the overall decision-making, possible destruction of evidence and warnings of an impending attack.
"There needs to be a CIA investigation ... there was a lot of things done wrong," one special operator said.
But a CIA spokesman said the OIG has already "explained fully" to the agency's congressional oversight committees "why it did not open an investigation into Benghazi-related issues."
"That decision was based on a determination that the concerns raised fell under the purview of the State Department's Accountability Review Board, and that a separate OIG action could unnecessarily disrupt the FBI's criminal investigation into the Benghazi attacks," the spokesman said.
The Accountability Review Board probe was ordered by the State Department, and the board reported its findings in December 2012.
But separate investigations haven't stopped the OIG from investigating issues before. Why they held back in this instance is a question starting to filter through the agents at the CIA. Fox News has been told some of the investigators initially assigned to review the Benghazi complaints are "very upset and very frustrated" that they were told to stop the process.
Some members of the Senate Intelligence Committee expressed some of these same concerns in their review of the Benghazi attacks. On page 15 of the Republican response on Jan. 15, it states: "... the committee has learned that the CIA Inspector General did not investigate complaints relating to the Benghazi attacks from CIA whistle blowers. Whether these complaints are ultimately substantiated or dismissed is irrelevant. On a matter of this magnitude involving the deaths of four Americans, the Inspector General has a singular obligation to take seriously and fully investigate any allegation of wrongdoing. His failure to do so raises significant questions that we believe the Committee must explore more fully." 
Fox News has also learned that the Senate Committee was told by the CIA that the investigation did not take place because it would interfere with the State Department Accountability Review Board, which was conducted to "examine the facts and circumstances of the attacks." While that review contained major criticism aimed at State Department officials in Washington, it didn't directly mention the CIA.
"Since when does the CIA defer to State? The ARB is in a total different agency anyway," one special operator said.
Former U.S. United Nations spokesman Richard Grenell also is critical of the CIA actions. "It's puzzling that the Obama administration is so reluctant to do a real investigation of the facts surrounding the Benghazi attack," he said. "The ARB conveniently never interviewed Hillary Clinton or her political team about what they knew in the lead up or how they reacted during the crisis. And now we learn that the CIA wasn't interested in conducting a real investigation either." 
The frustration within the agency is building over the fact that many see the CIA inspector general as their last line of defense internally. While the internal complaints are classified, Fox News has learned that besides questioning the actions of the station chief and chief of base, the complaints also question dealings with the Libyan security forces -- and include questions about the reliance on a group of local volunteer militiamen called the February 17 Martyrs Brigade for security and their likely participation in the attack.

3rd district refuses to lock up an individual who violates trespass order









 It has come to our attention that the Chicago Police Department District 3 is not upholding the law. Under(720 ILCS 5/21-3) (from Ch. 38, par. 21-3) Is for real property such as apartment buildings and residential property. The Officer's state that a landlord can not prohibit someone from visiting a relative or friend but CHA Security and Police did this all day long was lock people up for trespassing on State Supported land including a few of Chicago's finest were arrested because they were not supposed to be on the land. However the 3rd district compares this Orange to the bag of Apples.Under (720 ILCS 5/21-5) (from Ch. 38, par. 21-5)is were CHA security and police made arrests. Under 720 ILCS 5/21-3 clearly states 

(a) A person commits criminal trespass to real property when he or she: 
        (1) knowingly and without lawful authority enters or
    
remains within or on a building;
        (2) enters upon the land of another, after receiving,
    
prior to the entry, notice from the owner or occupant that the entry is forbidden;
        (3) remains upon the land of another, after receiving
    
notice from the owner or occupant to depart;
        (3.5) presents false documents or falsely represents
    
his or her identity orally to the owner or occupant of a building or land in order to obtain permission from the owner or occupant to enter or remain in the building or on the land;
        (3.7) intentionally removes a notice posted on
    
residential real estate as required by subsection (l) of Section 15-1505.8 of Article XV of the Code of Civil Procedure before the date and time set forth in the notice; or
        (4) enters a field used or capable of being used for
    
growing crops, an enclosed area containing livestock, an agricultural building containing livestock, or an orchard in or on a motor vehicle (including an off-road vehicle, motorcycle, moped, or any other powered two-wheel vehicle) after receiving, prior to the entry, notice from the owner or occupant that the entry is forbidden or remains upon or in the area after receiving notice from the owner or occupant to depart.

There for under the law a person(s) is subject to arrest without warrant and under section for trespassing on residential or commercial. So I don't know where the officer's get off saying they will not lock up anyone. We can only imagine that these cops wont do their job is because they are either A) getting a kick back from this guy or B) feel that their job is in jeopardy because the man's uncle has some type of power over the 3rd District. I suggest the 3rd District start doing their job or they can find them selves on the unemployment line as this site will be following this and communicating the problems with 35th Street and the elected officials until the officer's are stripped of their police power's.   

Chicago policeman and owner of Mc Nally's makes an asset of himself while intoxicated

February 24, 2014

Let’s cut right to the chase, the title says it all. Mike Cummings, the owner of McNally’s (11136 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL) and a Chicago Police Officer, in a drunken rant had the audacity to openly state, “there are too many black people in here” referring to Sunday (Feb. 23, 2014) morning at approximately 12:03am.

Have you ever walked into a room and knew that all eyes were on you? Well, I have experienced that many times in my life. As a young black well-educated, professional male, I have seen my share of uncomfortable situations; however, Saturday, February 22, 2014 is definitely one that will be remembered. I have been in Catholic school most of my life and an active participant in the performing arts. As a result, I have experienced being one of few blacks in a group. This is why I was comfortable agreeing to be the only black member of a band of great musicians. It was the music that drew us together and therefore we all agreed that race would not be an issue. This changed dramatically for all parties involved when we booked a gig at McNally’s.

“Reprieve Blues Band“ is a new and exciting Chicago Blues Band. The McNally’s booking marked only my second engagement with the band. Understandably, I invited family, friends and members of various organizations with which I am affiliated to come support me, hear some great music, and have a good time. The other members of the band did the same. We were scheduled for a 10pm-1am block. The place was already full by 9:15pm. By 10:30, the place was packed. People of all social, economic and racial classes were shoulder-to-shoulder enjoying a cold cocktail and live music. Just after midnight we finished our second of three sets. It was during this break that I was informed that we would be packing up and going home. The owner, who was visibly inebriated at the bar, explained that he was shutting down our performance because there were  in the bar. He handed over our compensation and made it clear that he was shutting it down.

There are so many things inherently wrong in this story. First, a member of the Chicago Police Department (Michael Cummings, McNally’s owner) spread this hatred. It is offensive that this type of blatant bigotry is still on display in 2014. It is offensive that a business owner would be visibly inebriated and insulting paying customers while the doors of his business are still open. It is offensive that such disrespect would be shown to the band that filled the establishment with paying customers on a Saturday night, this further demonstrates Michael Cummings’ hubris. Notwithstanding these offenses, it is most offensive that some people would pretend that this is an isolated issue that does not demand attention.  This owner thought there were too many black people in his bar. This same owner has been charged with the duty to serve and protect ALL people. It is clear that these type of people do not deserve the honor to serve this city or this country. Where does this bigotry end if we do not stand up and demand what is right for ALL people? How can we sit back or do nothing? What happened to me Saturday night could happen to you or someone you love. Telling  not to support this establishment is exactly what he wants so we have to do one better. We have to spread the word and pass this message along to everyone we know.  We have to expose Mike Cummings for the racist he is and let everyone know what McNally’s is really about. Will you be part of the problem or the solution?

Illinois crys broke but can afford 2.4 million to over haul the county hospital

Finding a new use for the old Cook County Hospital is back on the drawing board after the County Board voted Wednesday to spend $2.4 million to study ways to reuse the shuttered building, shift functions from other buildings into nearby Stroger Hospital and redevelop the surrounding area.

The 100-year-old hospital was boarded up more than 11 years ago, when patients and staff made the move to Stroger. It was originally slated for demolition, but an outcry from architectural preservationists started a long line of efforts to find new uses for the building.

At least $1.4 million already has been spent on those efforts. Three years ago, plans were laid to spend $126 million to put office space in the structure for use by the vast Cook County Health and Hospitals System. But that plan fizzled.

Backers of the latest study say the time is ripe to do something with the old hospital with the Illinois Medical District making plans to develop property at 2020 W. Ogden Ave. nearby, the CTA looking to redevelop a nearby Blue Line rapid-transit stop and the health system searching for ways to be more efficient.

"The county wants to be at the table as these redevelopment opportunities take place," said John Cooke, who is in charge of the county's capital planning.

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle said she has faith that Chicago Consultants Studio Inc., which will be the lead agency on the planning effort and also is doing work for the Illinois Medical District, will come up with a viable plan.

"Just because there have been efforts in the past to look at the Stroger Hospital campus that didn't lead anywhere doesn't mean that this one won't lead anywhere," Preckwinkle said. "We've got a lot of land there, and the question is how does it make sense to develop and redevelop that land."

Chicago Consultants Studio will look not only at possible reuses for the old hospital, but also at whether administrative and medical functions at two nearby buildings should be moved into Stroger. The study also hopes to come up with a blueprint for the entire 10 acres of county-owned land.

The goal is to come up with a "strategic road map" in 90 days, solicit proposals by fall and sign an agreement by spring 2015, according to county documents.

Those documents indicate that much of the subcontracting work will go to minority- and female-owned firms, although some are familiar names around City Hall and the County Building.

Lobbying for the plan will be a law firm whose founding partner is Homero Tristan, a former Chicago human resources commissioner who resigned in the wake of allegations that he lied during a probe of city hiring.

A law firm whose lead partner is Langdon Neal, chairman of the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners, will work on zoning issues. And the Target Group consulting firm, owned by Joe Williams, a longtime associate of former Metra Chairman Larry Huggins, will help with community engagement in the planning process.

Monday, March 3, 2014

CCW WAS DENIED TO A ARMED GUARD WHO HAS CARRIED A GUN SINCE 1998


Today we were informed by the NRA that a Illinois resident who filed for concealed carry was denied. So we ask the court of public opinion would you give this man a gun to protect himself, you and or others. Below is his documents. You make the call. If you think the way I do we encourage our readers and followers to call ISP and demand that they give this man a ccw.

Illinois law says they can deny you if you are a threat to your self or the public. and since none of the licenses below were revoked or had any disciplinary action against him then why deny a ccw.
This is the ISP web site showing you the DENY in red lettering 

P.A. Concealed carry still valid

Utah Concealed Carry still Valid

Valid FCC for uniform 



Plan Cloths FCC Valid