Thursday, May 19, 2011


U.S. Postal Service Tracking Numbers confirm that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has now received a formal, written and documented request for the IRS to revoke the tax-exempt, public charity status of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) because of its excessive, under-reported and non-reported lobbying activities.  The irrefutable and incriminating Documents that support this request, include, but are not limited to:

  • Extracts from the ASPCA 2008-2009 Tax Returns.
  • Documents downloaded from the ASPCA Website, which include 64 self-incriminating quotes.
  • Documents maintained by State Governments that list the Registered Lobbyists of the ASPCA.
  • Extracts from Documents maintained by the Missouri Ethics Commission that explicitly establish that the ASPCA “directly” contributed $582,241.39 to the Proposition B State Ballot Initiative Campaign in Missouri.  (NOTE:  If the ASPCA directly contributed $582,241.39 in but one State in 2010, “inquiring minds” within the IRS may begin to wonder how much more was directly and indirectly spent on “Lobbying” by the ASPCA in the other 49 States and in Washington DC!!!!!)
  • A Press Release from the State Humane Association of California which announced that it had “filed a complaint with the Office of the (California) Attorney General against the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).  The complaint alleges that ASPCA’s unfair and deceptive fundraising practices harm local humane societies and SPCAs . . . (and that) Ever since the ASPCA began to aggressively fundraise several years ago, humane societies throughout the country have suffered.” 
  • Jaw-Dropping Extracts from a Lawsuit that was filed last year by the Feld Corporation, the Parent Company of the Ringling Brothers Circus.  That Lawsuit named not only the Humane Society of the U.S. (HSUS) as a defendant, but it also named the ASPCA as a defendant.  This is the Lawsuit that alleged that HSUS AND THE ASPCA VIOLATED THE RACKETEER INFLUENCED CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS (RICO) ACT; THAT THE DEFENDANTS CONSPIRED TO CONDUCT THE AFFAIRS OF THE ENTERPRISE THROUGH A PATTERN OF RACKETEERING ACTIVITY; WHICH ACTIVITY INCLUDED MONEY LAUNDERING, OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, MAIL FRAUD, WIRE FRAUD, CONSPIRACY TO HARM A BUSINESS AND A FUNDRAISER HELD IN FURTHERANCE OF THE SCHEMES.
And yes, the Press Release of the State Humane Association of California and Extracts from the Feld Lawsuit were included among the Tabbed Documents submitted to the IRS!!!!
When the IRS reads the 64 quotes from the Documents downloaded from the ASPCA Website, those documents should lead the IRS to the inescapable conclusion that the ASPCA has become “joined at the hip” with the HSUS!!!!  Seventeen of the most illustrative and damning quotes include:
  • “The ASPCA . . . today announced the appointment of Nancy Perry to the “new position of senior vice president of Government Relations.”
  • Ms. Perry will be “responsible for the overall strategic and tactical direction of the ASPCA’s legislative efforts and public policy at the local, state, and federal government levels.”
  •  “Ms. Perry joins the ASPCA from the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) where she served as vice president of Government Affairs and oversaw HSUS’s state and federal legislative efforts, including ballot measure campaigns and nationwide grassroots activities. . .  Nancy has also been a key architect and leader of more than 20 successful state ballot initiative measures.”
  • “ASPCA attorneys and staff also work with legislators to write, sponsor, support and advocate for animal-friendly legislation.”
  •  “ASPCA staff works to pass laws on the state and federal level. . . . .  In 2006, this team helped get 42 bills passed, 41 bills signed into law, and 11 bills defeated around the United States.”
  • “Tuesday was an historic day in America in more ways than one. With resounding victories for California’s Prop 2 and Massachusetts’s Ballot Question 3.”
  •  “The ASPCA wishes to thank our supporters all over the country for helping us advocate for Proposition B to your friends and family in Missouri.”
  •  “The ASPCA is also joining other animal welfare groups in actively supporting the Voter Protection Act, a proposed constitutional amendment to require a three – fourths vote in both houses of the legislature . . . in order to repeal or amend any citizen-passed initiative in Missouri.”
  •  “The ASPCA implores all of our supporters to contact everyone you know in Missouri; ask them to call Governor Nixon to urge him to veto SB 113.”

  • “Action Needed Now” concerned two Federal Bills and 16 Bills pending in State Legislatures in 13 different States.
  • “In-depth background information on the animal issues the ASPCA’s lobbyists most often tackle.”
  •  “Lobbying 101.”
  •  “Check out our multi-part primer on lobbying for animals at any government level.”
  •  “Working with Your Elected Officials.   Ready to dive into the world of political lobbying?  Read this first!”
  •  “By joining the ASPCA Advocacy Brigade, you can be a part of the legislative process
  • “Service provided by the ASPCA that allows you to “click and send” communications to your lawmakers on proposed legislation affecting animals.
  •   “Please email your representative in the U.S. House today and ask him or her to support and cosponsor the PUPS Act!  To learn more about this issue, please visit”
I do anticipate that the IRS will assign a Tax Fraud Case File Number for the ASPCA before the end of June!!!!!  Although the “Wheels of Justice” grind slowly, once they begin to move, they sometimes turn into “Grist Mills!!!!!”

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

A CALL TO ACTION! By Frank Losey

For over two-and-one-half-years a series of actions have been set into motion for the ultimate purpose of laying the foundation upon which the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) would launch an “Investigation” of the Lobbying Activities of the HSUS, and quite possibly not only revoke the tax-exempt, public charity status of the HSUS, but also assess back taxes, penalties and interests against the HSUS which could cumulatively total $50-100 Million or more!  Were this to occur, the HSUS not only would see its fundraising capability severely crippled, but it would lose substantial credibility in the State Legislatures and in the Halls of the U.S. Congress as it attempts to persuade legislators to support and co-sponsor Legislation such as the PUPS Bill.
The IRS, of necessity, must move cautiously and slowly to ensure that it does not unfairly jeopardize the activities of “legitimate” public charities.  So it is with the on-going investigations of the HSUS, and its subsidiaries and affiliated organizations (Humane Society Legislative Fund, Humane USA PAC, the Doris Day Animal League and the Fund for Animals).   Yes, there are now four separate IRS Tax Fraud Case File Numbers!!!
The HSUS Roadmap “Journey” to the IRS Slaughter House began in the summer of 2008 with research and the subsequent, multiple submissions of incriminating and irrefutable documents that cumulatively now total 1,551 pages.  In December 2008, the IRS assigned the Tax Fraud Case File Number of 29-92012 to the HSUS.  By early 2010 over 6,000 citizens from all 50 states had submitted written requests to the IRS that asked the IRS to investigate the HSUS Lobbying Activities.  Then in March of 2010, Congressman Luetkemeyer (MO) made a specific, documented, written request to the IRS, which request asked the IRS to examine the Lobbying Activities of the HSUS.  By April of 2011, several thousand E-Mails, Faxes, Letters, and Calls were received by the Treasury’s IG Hotline, all of which asked for an expedited IRS investigation of the HSUS.  And then, by letter dated April 18, 2011, Six Members of Congress (Five from Missouri and One From Alaska) sent a written letter to the Inspector General (IG) of the Department of the Treasury.  This letter specifically stated:  “request investigations by the Inspector General into HSUS’s apparent improper activities and its tax-exempt status.” 
1.     Log onto
2.     Fill in your state and ZIP Code on the prompt that appears.
3.     Add your name, address and E-Mail address on E-Mail Form for your U.S. Representative; and on the Subject Line add: Request the IRS Investigate the HSUS; and then add the following message:

“In a Joint Letter dated April 18, 2011, which was addressed to the Inspector General of the Treasury Department, Six of your Colleagues in the House (Congresswomen Hartzler and Emerson, and Congressmen Luetkemeyer, Graves and Long from Missouri, and Congressman Young from Alaska stated: “we write to request investigations by the Inspector General into HSUS’s (the Humane Society of the U.S.)  apparent improper activities and its tax-exempt status.”  Would you please send a similar letter on my behalf to the Inspector General of the Department of the Treasury?”
NOTE:  If your U.S. Representative is either Representative Hartzler, Emerson, Luetkemeyer, Graves or Long from MO, or Representative Young from AK, your E-Mail Message should be: “THANK YOU!!!!!”