Orthodontist Indicted for Bribery and Fraud Scheme with Former Arkansas State Senator

An orthodontist who owned several businesses that operated orthodontic clinics in Arkansas was indicted for perpetrating a bribery and fraud scheme involving former Arkansas State Senator Jeremy Hutchinson, announced Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Duane “DAK” Kees for the Western District of Arkansas. Please follow … Read moreOrthodontist Indicted for Bribery and Fraud Scheme with Former Arkansas State Senator

Attorney General William P. Barr Appoints New Leadership Team At The Bureau Of Prisons

Attorney General William P. Barr today announced he will appoint Dr. Kathleen Hawk Sawyer as the Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and Dr. Thomas R. Kane as the Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). Dr. Hawk Sawyer previously served as Director of BOP from 1992 – 2003. Please follow … Read moreAttorney General William P. Barr Appoints New Leadership Team At The Bureau Of Prisons

Tender trouble: Desi companies face ‘unfair conditions’

The commerce and industry ministry has objected to the “restrictive and discriminatory tender conditions” that Indian companies are facing in the massive procurement by various Central govt agencies, and the matter is now being probed by the central vigilance commission. The move is hurting the generation of employment and income in the country, the ministry … Read moreTender trouble: Desi companies face ‘unfair conditions’

I-T returns to have pre-filled MF gains info?

The revenue department is in talks with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) to work out a mechanism under which the long-term and short-term capital gains on mutual funds and shares can be worked out helping millions of retail investors file returns on their own instead of having to approach chartered accountants to … Read moreI-T returns to have pre-filled MF gains info?

Westpac 3Q19 Stressed Assets Rise

Westpac has released their 3Q19 disclosures. Mortgage delinquencies were higher which mirrors other recent bank sector results. They reported an increase in impaired assets over the quarter, up $0.1 bn to $1.9 bn. Stressed assets to total committed exposures rose 10 basis points to 1.20%, of which 1 basis point was from impairments, 3 basis … Read moreWestpac 3Q19 Stressed Assets Rise

Global Dividends Break a New Record But Australian Payouts Quiet

The deceleration in the world economy has begun to make an impact on dividends, according to the latest Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index. The total paid to shareholders broke a new record of $513.8bn in the second quarter, but the rate of increase was the slowest for more than two years. In headline terms, payouts … Read moreGlobal Dividends Break a New Record But Australian Payouts Quiet

Amazon to use Prime Now for food delivery launch

Prime Now, Amazon’s two-hour grocery delivery platform, could be the primary vehicle for its foray into food delivery business in India. Amazon has also held preliminary talks with Ola’s food delivery unit Foodpanda for a potential partnership for this business which could be extended to an acquisition. They have also held talks with Uber Eats. … Read moreAmazon to use Prime Now for food delivery launch

Australia’s apartment construction crisis to cost $6.2 billion in repairs

New research commissioned by the construction union has revealed that Australia’s building and construction crisis will cost $6.2 billion in remediation and associated costs. The independent research, undertaken by Equity Economics and contained in the report ‘Shaky Foundations: The National Construction Crisis’ being launched today, analysed the additional costs to owners of remediating water leaks, … Read moreAustralia’s apartment construction crisis to cost $6.2 billion in repairs

Are Recessions Inevitable?, by Ron Paul

Stocks fell last week following news that the yield curve on Treasury notes had inverted. This means that a short-term Treasury note was paying higher interest rates than long-term Treasury note. An inverted yield curve is widely seen as a sign of an impending recession. Some economic commentators reacted to the inverted yield curve by… … Read moreAre Recessions Inevitable?, by Ron Paul

American Capitalism Is Based On Plunder, by Paul Craig Roberts

American capitalism is based on plunder. With the continental USA plundered, American capitalism hoped to continue enriching itself by plundering Russia as it did under Yeltsin, carefully including the Russian “Atlanticist Integrationists” in the spoils in order to have support from the liberal, progressive forces in Russia for stripping Russia of its assets. But Putin… … Read moreAmerican Capitalism Is Based On Plunder, by Paul Craig Roberts

“National Conservatism” Is Being Co-Opted. Either We Reclaim It—or the Future Is Separatism, by James Kirkpatrick

I argued for “National Conservatism” in 2014, referring to a specific European tradition that puts the unity and cultural survival of the nation-state first. Put bluntly—the economy exists to serve the nation, not the nation the economy. Of course, I am appalled that the Main Stream Media has finally acknowledged “National Conservatism” at the very… … Read more“National Conservatism” Is Being Co-Opted. Either We Reclaim It—or the Future Is Separatism, by James Kirkpatrick

Making News: Breitbart Radio Interview Now On-Line on the Economy & That Yield Curve

I’m pleased to report that the podcast is now on-line of my interview Thursday night on Breitbart News Tonight on the state of the economy and whether or not America is on the verge of a recession. Click here and look for the segment with my name on it for a timely and wide-ranging conversation … Read moreMaking News: Breitbart Radio Interview Now On-Line on the Economy & That Yield Curve

California’s Present, Austin’s Future

Wonder where Austin’s “Let the homeless do whatever they want, wherever they want, except in front of the city council building” plans lead to? Watch this. I won’t stop , the gov of CA and his liberal ideology ruined my business.. I decided to close the doors today. I can’t do it anymore and I’m … Read moreCalifornia’s Present, Austin’s Future

What Can Drivers Do About Low Mileage Rates in Their City?

It’s time for another monthly YouTube Live recap! Every month Harry goes live on YouTube to share all the latest rideshare news and answer questions from current or interested drivers like you. This month’s August live Q and A recapped the Uber Pro expansion, Harry’s thoughts on Uber and Lyft’s major loss report, honest opinions on … Read moreWhat Can Drivers Do About Low Mileage Rates in Their City?