Thursday, October 29, 2009
A phony FaceBook account that was apparently created by an officer of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools was shut down today by NAAS DEIA Agents, with the assistance of FaceBook Inc. Leonard Paul, an officer of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, was the public signer on the account. He is suspected of creating a phony FaceBook account on October 8th, 2009, nearly 2 months after the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office suggested that the use of the NAAS label by his company was fraudulent and infringed upon the rights of National Academy of American Scholars.
Despite a CEASE AND DESIST letter sent via certified U.S. mail to David Steadman, despite a formal rejection by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, despite being dropped by Boise State University, and numerous others persons who respect and obey U.S. federal laws, and despite their repeated failures to censor the NAAS NEWS Media reports, officials from Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, and their die-hard Russian affiliates, Communist sympathizers, and Aryan worshippers tied to the Idaho State Dept. of Education still have not quite grasped that their credibility and integrity is about as high as child molester and kidnapper Phillip Garrido.
The entire state government apparatus of Idaho must be on the Russian payroll. Lack of respect for U.S. federal laws is typically a definite early warning sign of traitors, spys, and Russian sympathizers. Certainly one can suspect Nick Smith, Tom Luna, and Richard Bauscher as potential moles or agents of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools. After all, NAAS Media Reports have not been contested by either person.
What about the daughters and sons of David Steadman?? They signed on to the phony FaceBook account. Are we to surmise that fraud, indecency, stupidity, and perversity is a family affair for the Steadman family?
Thank you for reading.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
NAAS c/o Merit Committee,
1249 S. Diamond Bar Blvd. PMB #325.
Diamond Bar, CA 91765-4122
For a current NAAS mailing address, please refer to NAAS Home page.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Copy of notice sent to falsely accredited 'NAAS' schools affiliated with the education departments of Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Utah, Montana, Alaska, and Idaho.
cc:Association of Christian
Schools International (ACSI)
This electronic correspondence is being sent pursuant to NAAS EAS/N2 Rules.
This communication is authorized by public NAAS EAS/N2 Rules and represents a confirmation of that schools falsely claiming or using the NAAS label will be billed for both past and present use of the NAAS lable. Also, we announce a third defeat of Northwest Assocation of Accredited Schools, Inc.
A civil and criminal investigation of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools,
Inc, and fraudulent users of the NAAS label is ongoing. Such schools and entities that violate NAAS EAS/N2 Rules AND U.S. Trademark/Copyright laws have no legal credibility and lack general integrity. Schools and entities that have been publicly determined to be illegally using the NAAS label without authorization, or legal license, will be billed for both past unauthorized use and present usage fees.
On July 27, 2009, the United States Patent and Trademark Office officially refused
registration of the application submitted by Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc, and its corporate alter ego (Idaho State Dept. of Education). The U.S. Government agreed with the legal assessment by NAAS DEIA Agents that Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., the Idaho State Dept. of Education, and all entities falsely claiming 'NAAS' accreditiation do so without legal authority.
Foreign schools and non-U.S. citizen students using the NAAS label without consent will be subject to both public and private complaints filed with federal agencies, including the Dept. of Homeland Security since Diploma Mills and Accreditation schemes have been linked to recruiting tactics used by terrorists.
Religious schools claiming affiliation with "Jesus Christ" and adhering to so-called "Christian principles", but illegally using the NAAS label without consent will be subject to both private and public complaint letters, and formal attempts to revoke their tax-exemption status by lodging public complaints to the Internal Revenue Service for violation of Internal Revenue Codes.
Special NAAS DEIA agents have compiled a complete and accurate list of all partners,
agents, affiliates, and schools, claiming affiliation and/or accreditaton via Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. Those schools and entites will be billed for both past and present usage of the NAAS label pursuant to public NAAS EAS/N2 Rules, and pursuant to prior case authority. A collection agency will be used if necessary to collect on accounts.
Attempts by Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., and their band of illegal 'NAAS' affiliates to deprive the public from factual and accurate NAAS Media Reports concerning the unauthorized use of the NAAS label, and their associated attempts to deprive from the general public the facts and circumstances why the federal government refused to accept a perjured trademark application implicates all falsely accredited 'NAAS' entities.
These facts will continue to be reported, as well as facts concerning the naked disrespect of the U.S. Trademark Act by an alleged 'accrediting organization (i.e., Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc.), and their attempts to otherwise censor the NAAS.ORG websites from revealing these facts.
Claims that your school or organization has secured 'NAAS' Accreditation are false, untrue, worthless, and fraudulent. Your false claims will be contradicted and disputed on the Iternet, via post-cards, radio, via U.S. mail, person-to-person, and as many means and ways that are lawfully possible. Please refer to trademark laws and case authority cited in federal records against Northwest.Association of Accredited Schools.
Special NAAS User Fees are being assessed against unauthorized users of the NAAS trademark for the amount indicated in the previous invoice. Our records indicate that you were sent a billing notice for past and/or current usage of the NAAS label. As of today's date, we have not received evidence of your compliance with the terms required of unauthorized users.
We must therefore assume that your failure to address your legal responsibility is a direct admission of the public allegations posted on the NAAS News channels, and elsewhere. Thus, your school, business, or organization, will be subject to continuing legal claims and legal procedures, including, but not limited to, the classification of your entity as a Diploma Mill per NAAS EAS/N2 Rule 749.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Message Received from NAAS.ORG Hosting company:
We regret to inform that there was a short recurrence of a network service interruption this morning (10/6) at about 9:05 AM ET.
The interruption was caused by a failure of a Start Logic hosting company core routers, which caused an overload on our network. This would have affected some services such as CGI, FTP, Mail, or MySQL. We were able to temporarily fix the issue and restore all services at around 9:45 AM ET. However, we do expect to have a small degradation of services while we continue to make further adjustments to our Network.
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this time. Please continue to check this important system notice for the most up to date information regarding this alert.
To counter inconsistent service and reliability from third-party hosting companies, and to ensure NAAS clients receive the same superior service they have received over 25 years, NAAS Staff has begun the process of developing appropriate plans and security measures to counter such unscheduled downtimes. This plan began 24 hours ago, and will be implemented within 72 hours of todays date. As one website is no longer available, the same website will appear seamlessly without interruption to service.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
On October 1st, 2009. at around 1600 hours, the NAAS.ORG website was temporarily down due to a central database server undergoing routine maintenance. The NAAS.ORG website, and numerous other websites not related to National Academy of American Scholars, were similarly affected.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused our clients, subscribers, and others who rely upon NAAS products and services was affected by the same issues.
We want to make it clear, however, that issues related to servers and hosting are beyond the control of NAAS Staff. We lease servers from companies deemed to be reputable, and host the NAAS.ORG on those servers. If, or when those servers, become dysfunctional, or being serviced for maintenance, it is possible that the NAAS.ORG website is temporarily inaccessible.
Technicians we have spoken to assert that the issue should be completed repaired by noon, the next day (Oct., 2nd, 2009).
Thank you for your patience and understanding.