Trump vs Deep State in Historic Battle – Kevin Shipp

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Former CIA Officer and whistleblower Kevin Shipp says what is going on in Washington D.C. with the “treason” against Trump is unlike anything we have ever faced as a nation. Shipp explains, “This is an historic battle between the President of the United States and what I call the ‘Shadow Government.’ … Read moreTrump vs Deep State in Historic Battle – Kevin Shipp

Business Executive Pleads Guilty to Foreign Bribery Charges in Connection with Venezuela Bribery Scheme

A dual U.S.-Venezuelan citizen who controlled multiple U.S.-based companies pleaded guilty today for his role in the Petroleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) foreign bribery scheme. The case involves bribes paid to PDVSA officials – Venezuela’s state-owned and state-controlled energy company – and its Houston, Texas-based subsidiary Citgo Petroleum Corporation (Citgo), to corruptly secure and retain … Read moreBusiness Executive Pleads Guilty to Foreign Bribery Charges in Connection with Venezuela Bribery Scheme

Justice Department Announces Sixth Settlement Under the Civil Rights Division’s Protecting U.S. Workers Initiative

The Department of Justice today reached a settlement agreement with El Expreso Bus Company (El Expreso), a company that provides intercity passenger bus service, headquartered in Houston, Texas. The agreement resolves the Department of Justice’s investigation into whether El Expreso unlawfully denied employment to qualified and available U.S. workers because it preferred to hire temporary … Read moreJustice Department Announces Sixth Settlement Under the Civil Rights Division’s Protecting U.S. Workers Initiative

Houston Patient Recruiter Sentenced to 188 Months in Prison for Role in $20 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

A Houston, Texas patient recruiter was sentenced to 188 months in prison today for her role in a $20 million scheme to pay illegal health care kickbacks to physicians and Medicare beneficiaries in order to fraudulently bill for medically unnecessary home health services, and to launder the proceeds. Please follow and like us:

Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III Makes Statement on Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election

Two years ago, the Acting Attorney General asked me to serve as Special Counsel, and he created the Special Counsel’s Office. The appointment order directed the office to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.  This included investigating any links or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump campaign. Please … Read moreSpecial Counsel Robert S. Mueller III Makes Statement on Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election

Lesson of the S-Curve: Doing More of What’s Failed Will Fail Spectacularly

That nothing is truly “free” will be another lesson of the S-Curve. I often refer to the S-Curve because Nature so often tracks this curve of ignition, rapid expansion, stagnation and decline. One lesson of the S-Curve is that the human bias to keep doing more of what worked so well in the past leads to doing … Read moreLesson of the S-Curve: Doing More of What’s Failed Will Fail Spectacularly

CBA reports post-election spike in mortgage applications

The number of home loan applications received by the major bank in the week following the federal election hit a six-month high, according to CEO Matt Comyn, via The Adviser. Following his address to the Trans-Tasman Business Circle, CEO of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) Matt Comyn revealed that the bank experienced a surge … Read moreCBA reports post-election spike in mortgage applications

Petition Processing Times Report Change, RC List Updates

The USCIS page to Check Case Processing Times, which updates at irregular intervals, has just published dramatic new time estimates for EB-5 forms. I-526 Processing: Estimated time range of 29 to 45.5 months (the previous update gave a range of 22 to 28.5 months) I-829 Processing: Estimated time range of 25.5 to 40.5 months (the … Read morePetition Processing Times Report Change, RC List Updates

Govt may use acquisition route for general insurers

The government is exploring the option of acquisition among the three public sector general insurance companies as part of a consolidation exercise, and a final call will be taken by the new government, sources said on Tuesday. Finance minister Arun Jaitley in his 2018-19 budget speech had said that three public sector general insurance companies … Read moreGovt may use acquisition route for general insurers

S’pore topples Mauritius as India’s top FDI source

Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows from Singapore were twice that from Mauritius during the last financial year as companies opted to route funds into the country via the southeast Asian city-state, instead of the island nation, the otherwise most preferred route for overseas flows so far. In 2018-19, inflows from Singapore were estimated at $16.2 … Read moreS’pore topples Mauritius as India’s top FDI source

RBNZ Says Financial Risks Remain Elevated

The New Zealand Reserve Bank has released its May Financial Stability Report The New Zealand financial system remains resilient to a broad range of economic risks. However, financial system risks remain elevated, and ongoing effort is necessary to bolster system soundness and efficiency.  Domestically, debt levels are high in the household and dairy sectors, leaving … Read moreRBNZ Says Financial Risks Remain Elevated

Former spelling bee champion wins 2019 National Geographic Bee

NRI Pulse Staff Report Atlanta, GA, May 28, 2019: Texas eighth grader Nihar Janga beat out 53 other geobee state champions to win the title of National Geographic Bee Champion Wednesday. This was his second bee championship win. Back in 2016, as an 11-year-old, Janga became the youngest competitor ever to win the Scripps National … Read moreFormer spelling bee champion wins 2019 National Geographic Bee

New govt to decide on Jet’s SFIO probe

The government will decide on whether to refer the grounded Jet Airways to the Serious Fraud Investigation Office after a new minister takes charge later this week as an inspection by the registrar of companies showed alleged irregularities. Sources said that the inspection has suggested diversion of funds and added that the investments into Jet … Read moreNew govt to decide on Jet’s SFIO probe

Conflicting Emotions on a Cross-Country Bus Ride with Asylum Seekers

Over the years, I have seen many seemingly contradictory moments on immigration in my old home state of Arizona. There the illegal immigrant population swelled from an estimated 88,000 in 1990 to 330,000 in 2000, on its way to a peak of 560,000 in 2008. Much of the public was disturbed by the massive increase. … Read moreConflicting Emotions on a Cross-Country Bus Ride with Asylum Seekers

Im-Politic: Why the Crucial Abortion Debates are (Long) Over

If only most of the major challenges facing Americans were as easy to meet as arriving at a satisfactory compromise over abortion. In fact, in the key respects, the challenge has already been met, as a general consensus is staring the nation in its collective face, has been in place literally for decades, and looks … Read moreIm-Politic: Why the Crucial Abortion Debates are (Long) Over

Denmark’s Mainstream Parties Embrace Low-Immigration, Win Big

Mainstream parties did poorly in this weekend’s elections for the European Parliament — except in Denmark. The difference? Both the center-right Liberals and the center-left Social Democrats have embraced reductions in immigration and promotion of integration. Mark Krikorian May 28, 2019 – 1:33pm Matthew Sussis Please follow and like us: