The American Civil Liberties Union

They declare themselves as being nonpartisan, willing and able to defend anyone who is having their legal rights of free speech trampled upon. They exhibit this by actively vouching for people who have all sorts of views—everything from politically correct views to politically incorrect views.

The interesting thing is that even if they legally vouch for people with politically incorrect views, they will still outwardly condemn those people. A perfect example is the rally that happened in Charlottesville to keep the the statue of Robert E. Lee.

The people who organized the event had a hard time getting a permit due to the fact that their cause was considered to be politically incorrect.

Because it was illegal to deny someone a permit based upon their views being disagreeable, the ACLU hopped in to expedite the process of getting a permit. Later on, though, the ACLU openly condemned the rally and everyone there as being “hateful” and having “evil” ideologies.

Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund

This organization keeps exciting, up to date news pertaining to immigrants and racial minorities—especially undocumented immigrants and people from Hispanic countries. Read more: Jim Larkin |

The news headlines mainly pertain to DACA, DREAMERs, how the current presidential administration is so flawed, the pros of having immigrants in the country and information about Sheriff Arpaio and why he is bad.

The Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League

The Anti-Defamation league and the Southern Poverty Law Center are two separate organizations. However they have some very big similarities that are important to discuss in one paragraph. Larkin and Lacey both go by the philosophy that any viewpoint that is pro-white, or points out the struggles of the white race, is inherently wrong.

As a result, both organizations have lists on their websites of organizations, people and groups that are categorized as “extremist.” The info that is provided is actually pretty thought provoking and intriguing.

However, no matter how intriguing the information is on their websites,you have take into account the fact that the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center have their own political views and agendas.

The people and groups who are listed as “hateful” or “extremist” are included on the lists compiled by the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center even when they are not particularly unsuitable for society.  Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey:

Basically, anyone who espouses views that the the Anti-Defamation League and Southern Poverty Law Center don’t agree with are at risk for being listed online as “haters” and “hate groups” for everyone in the world to see.

Some people and organizations who are on the lists consider this be an attempt on the part of the Anti-Defamation League and Southern Poverty Law Center to blackmail and silence anyone who has any view that deviates from those of the SPLC and the ADL. Read more: Michael Lacey | Facebook and Phoenix New Times | Wikipedia

There is also fear that the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League are trying to do this so that people with leftist and racially charged views go after those individuals and organizations listed on the websites.

Goettl Air Conditioning Does’t Miss a Step When it Comes to Customer Care

When Ken Goodrich purchased Goettl Air Conditioning in 2013 he knew he was buying a good company. Even though the company was going through a difficult time, he was confident that everything was going to work out. Goodrich has a history of taking companies that are on their deathbed and resurrecting them to a profitable condition.

Goettl had been purchased by a large national management company and that was exactly the wrong formula for a service company that stretched out over two states and the three major cities of Phoenix, Arizona, Tucson, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada. Customer service was nearly non-existent and employees were very frustrated about being micromanaged from afar.

What Goodrich saw was no profits and total discouragement both from the standpoint of customers and employees. Many customers were leaving so Goodrich moved into action. The very first thing he did was to institute a 100 percent money-back guarantee on all new sales, installations, parts and anything else the customer’s purchase. For more details visit LinkedIn to know more

Then Goodrich began to schedule meetings with customers and employees, assuring each that the company would turn around under the new ownership and he told them how he was going to do it. He took out ads in the local papers and peppered television and radio with ads. Slowly but surely things began to turn around. He told the employees that they would have to buy into the concept that Goettl was going to put the customer first in a very courteous way. Customers first and the revenue will come, was the message.

Today customer service at Goettl is at its peak and the annual revenue of the company tops $50 million. What Ken Goodrich has done was turn a company around that was going south in a hurry, and he did it by sheer will and lots of help from customers and employees.

According to BizJournalsa there is another piece that was very influential on the turnaround of Goettl. Goodrich’s decision to acquire Walton’s Heating and Air in Southern California was a major factor. Ken Longbrake, former owner of Walton’s had built and expanded his company as much as he could, but had run out of ideas and the company was growing stagnant.

Longbrake was kept on during the acquisition and was named Company Sales Manager and field supervisor. Goodrich has high regard for Longbrake due to his experience and knowledge in the air conditioning field. The new territory in California has added greatly to the overall profitability of Goettl. Look for their Vimeo account to know more

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