Book Review: McCarthy, Monmouth, and the Deep State by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell

“His record needs to be set over against that of his opponents, from Tydings and the State Department to Joe Welch and Stevens-Adams. On that kind of balance sheet, it’s plain that McCarthy was far more sinned against than sinning, and that on the central issues he was chiefly right and his opponents chiefly in … Read moreBook Review: McCarthy, Monmouth, and the Deep State by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell

Greatest Crash in History Coming in 2019 – Bo Polny

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Financial analyst Bo Polny made a huge contrarian call on election night 2018. He predicted the stock markets would not rally but sell off by the end of the year. He was right, the DOW was down nearly 20%. What is he predicting now? Polny says, “The reason … Read moreGreatest Crash in History Coming in 2019 – Bo Polny

US CPI Is Understated

From Zerohedge. The “muzzle” on reported inflation has policymakers and analysts perplexed. As Joseph Carson, former director of economic research at Alliance Bernstein writes in his follow up to a “New Working Theory on Inflation“, numerous economic explanations and theories have been offered, and policymakers are considering making changes to their operating price-targeting framework. Yet, … Read moreUS CPI Is Understated

8 New Jersey Indians Make it to 2019 National Spelling Bee Preliminaries

Eight New Jersey Indian kids are among the 565 vying for 2019 Spelling Bee Championship to be held in Washington DC from May 27-30. A total of 16 kids from New Jersey are competing for the 2019 national Spelling Bee championship. And, eight out of 16 kids representing the state of New Jersey are Indian-Americans. … Read more8 New Jersey Indians Make it to 2019 National Spelling Bee Preliminaries

Hundreds of immigrant laborers in the US lose jobs after Social Security Administration move

Washington, May 25 (IANS) Hundreds of immigrant laborers in the USA who can’t prove their legal status are being forced to quit after their employers received ‘no-match letters’ from the Social Security Administration (SSA), according to media reports. ‘No-match letters’ are sent out when the SSA detects discrepancies between its records and the information provided by … Read moreHundreds of immigrant laborers in the US lose jobs after Social Security Administration move

Press Mention: Huawei’s Yearslong Rise Is Littered With Accusations of Theft and Dubious Ethics

Excerpt: “Fear of making waves also led senior management at Sunnyvale, Calif.-based optical networking firm Infinera Corp. to pull back from a plan to file a trade case seeking U.S. tariffs to penalize Huawei, says Jeff Ferry, a former executive at the firm. Mr. Ferry says he had compiled evidence a decade ago showing that … Read morePress Mention: Huawei’s Yearslong Rise Is Littered With Accusations of Theft and Dubious Ethics

Anil, Tina Ambani meet Rishi Kapoor in New York

New York, May 25 (IANS) Reliance Group Chairman Anil Ambani and his wife Tina Ambani visited veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who is undergoing medical treatment here since last year. The 66-year-old actor posted a photograph of himself along with Anil and Tina, whom he has worked with in the 1980 film “Karz”.  He captioned the image: … Read moreAnil, Tina Ambani meet Rishi Kapoor in New York

Trump urges greater Japanese investment in US, knocks trade advantage

US President Donald Trump urged Japanese business leaders on Saturday to increase their investment in the United States while gently knocking Japan for having a “substantial edge” on trade that negotiators were trying to even out in a bilateral deal. Trump told the business leaders that there had never been a better time to invest … Read moreTrump urges greater Japanese investment in US, knocks trade advantage

Hotel starts construction in 70-acre mixed-use development near The Woodlands

Hyatt House Metropark Shenandoah/The Woodlands is slated to open November 2020. Sam Moon Group is the developer of Metropark Square and the hotel. Arlington, Texas-based Type-Six Architecture designed the project, and the general contractor is VCC, a construction firm with a Houston office. Construction is underway on a hotel at Metropark Square, a long-awaited mixed-use district … Read moreHotel starts construction in 70-acre mixed-use development near The Woodlands

Vt. Financial Regulation Commissioner: Charges In EB-5 Case Propel ‘Healing Process’

Vermont Department of Financial Regulation Commissioner Michael Pieciak, pictured here in 2016, said criminal charges filed this week are a move toward closure in the EB-5 scandal in the Northeast Kingdom. Criminal fraud charges filed this week against four defendants over their involvement in an EB-5 investment scheme in the Northeast Kingdom are a step … Read moreVt. Financial Regulation Commissioner: Charges In EB-5 Case Propel ‘Healing Process’

New bullet train model ‘Supreme’ hits record speed in test run

The N700s, the suffix stands for ‘supreme’,is the first new model of bullet train on Japan’s busiest line for almost a decade. The train is lighter and uses less energy than current designs, as well as boasting additional safety features in case of earthquakes. The train will enter service ahead of Tokyo Olympics and hit … Read moreNew bullet train model ‘Supreme’ hits record speed in test run