Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim Delivers Remarks at the 7th Bill Kovacic Antitrust Salon

Good evening. Thank you, Professor Kovacic, for the very kind introduction, and thank you to Nicolas Charbit, Ariel Salvaro, and the rest of the organizers of this “Antitrust Salon” for inviting me to be with you tonight. It’s always great to be back at G.W. Law School, and to see so many friends and colleagues … Read moreAssistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim Delivers Remarks at the 7th Bill Kovacic Antitrust Salon

Justice Department Files Lawsuit Against Massachusetts Landlord and Employee Who Subjected Women to Sexual Harassment

The Department of Justice today filed a lawsuit in the District of Massachusetts alleging that female tenants of residential rental properties in Worcester were subjected to sexual harassment and retaliation, in violation of the federal Fair Housing Act. This is the 11th lawsuit alleging a pattern or practice of sexual harassment in housing filed since … Read moreJustice Department Files Lawsuit Against Massachusetts Landlord and Employee Who Subjected Women to Sexual Harassment

Director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance Jon Adler Delivers Remarks at the 2019 National Public Safety Partnership Symposium

Thank you. It’s a privilege to be here in the great city of Memphis. I bring greetings from all my colleagues at the Office of Justice Programs, including Katie Sullivan, the Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General in charge of OJP. She asked that I convey her appreciation to all of you for your participation in … Read moreDirector of the Bureau of Justice Assistance Jon Adler Delivers Remarks at the 2019 National Public Safety Partnership Symposium

Attorney General William P. Barr Delivers Remarks at the Medal of Valor and Heroic Commendation Ceremony

Good morning everybody, and thank you for joining us today. I’d like to thank President Trump for hosting this ceremony. And let me say that it is an honor to serve under a President who is so strongly a supporter of law enforcement and has the back of police officers and other first responders. Thank … Read moreAttorney General William P. Barr Delivers Remarks at the Medal of Valor and Heroic Commendation Ceremony

How Deep Is the Rot in America’s Institutions?

Either we root out every last source of rot by investigating, indicting and jailing every wrong-doer and everyone who conspired to protect the guilty in the Epstein case, or America will have sealed its final fall. When you discover rot in an apparently sound structure, the first question is: how far has the rot penetrated? If … Read moreHow Deep Is the Rot in America’s Institutions?

When the Computer Wore a Skirt – Americans: Tell Your Senators to #Stop S386

American women were at the forefront of computer programming. Why are we importing workers from India for these jobs? Rather, India should hire Americans to make their space program successful. Margaret Hamilton, lead Apollo flight software engineer, in the Apollo Command Module, NASA. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Hamilton_(software_engineer) Americans: It is urgent to call your Senators to Oppose S386. … Read moreWhen the Computer Wore a Skirt – Americans: Tell Your Senators to #Stop S386

Thanks to Tech Totalitarians, U.S. ALREADY Has A China-Style “Social Credit System.”, by James Kirkpatrick

While protesters in Hong Kong fly American flags and rip down security cameras, an even more insidious Chinese-style “social credit” system is solidifying in the United States [Hong Kong Protesters Wave U.S. Flags, Urge Trump to Take Action, by Owen Franks, Bloomberg, August 31, 2019]. The Trump Administration is considering an alliance with Big Tech… … Read moreThanks to Tech Totalitarians, U.S. ALREADY Has A China-Style “Social Credit System.”, by James Kirkpatrick

Both Israel and Hezbollah Imagined a Horrid Black Hole, and Stopped, by Andre Vltchek

There are rare moments in history, when even the most determined enemies can suddenly recognize the futility of battle. Sometimes, just for a moment or two. Sometimes, for longer. Such moments of sanity may save thousands, even millions human lives. And, such moments are not expressions of weakness or cowardice; on the contrary; they are… … Read moreBoth Israel and Hezbollah Imagined a Horrid Black Hole, and Stopped, by Andre Vltchek

How Zionist Israel Is Robbing America Blind!, by Gilad Atzmon

The fact that America is funding Israeli expansionism is not new, however, in this must watch episode Jake Morphonios delves into the scale of that broad daylight plunder of Americans’ taxpayers’ money. I highly advise Americans and everyone else to watch to this superb work of investigative journalism: Blackstone Intelligence Network writes: “It doesn’t matter… … Read moreHow Zionist Israel Is Robbing America Blind!, by Gilad Atzmon

Bill Dudley’s Noble Lie, by Ron Paul

Former Federal Reserve official Bill Dudley’s recent op-ed calling for the Federal Reserve to implement policies that will damage President Trump’s reelection campaign states that such action would be unprecedented. Dudley claims the Federal Reserve bases its policies solely on an objective evaluation of economic conditions. This is an example of a so-called noble lie… … Read moreBill Dudley’s Noble Lie, by Ron Paul

9/11 After 18 Years, by Paul Craig Roberts

I would appreciate hearing from readers whether they have come across a report in the print, TV, or NPR media of the highly professional four-year investigation of WTC Building 7’s demise. The international team of civil engineers concluded that the official story of Building 7’s destruction is entirely false. I reported their findings here: I… … Read more9/11 After 18 Years, by Paul Craig Roberts

ED begins probe against Rolls Royce in bribery case

The ED has initiated a probe under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act against Rolls Royce of UK on alleged bribery charges in its contract with Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) and other public sector undertakings, including ONGC and GAIL. At least 100 purchase orders were placed by HAL during 2005-2013 with Rolls Royce where the … Read moreED begins probe against Rolls Royce in bribery case

Exclusive Excerpt — Michelle Malkin: ‘Open Borders, Inc: Who’s Funding America’s Destruction?’

*** The Illegal Alien Shelter Network Operating in Plain Sight from Central America, across Mexico, and into the U.S. To fully appreciate the manufacturing of the 2018–2019 invasions of our southern border, you must first understand this: Pueblo Sin Fronteras is just one cog in the well-oiled, illegal-alien caravan-generating machine. Let’s start with what open-borders … Read moreExclusive Excerpt — Michelle Malkin: ‘Open Borders, Inc: Who’s Funding America’s Destruction?’

Exclusive Excerpt — Michelle Malkin: ‘Open Borders, Inc: Who’s Funding America’s Destruction?’

published 2019-09-08 16:26:22 by Michelle Malkin *** The Illegal Alien Shelter Network Operating in Plain Sight from Central America, across Mexico, and into the U.S. To fully appreciate the manufacturing of the 2018–2019 invasions of our southern border, you must first understand this: Pueblo Sin Fronteras is just one cog in the well-oiled, illegal-alien caravan-generating … Read moreExclusive Excerpt — Michelle Malkin: ‘Open Borders, Inc: Who’s Funding America’s Destruction?’

(What’s Left of) Our Economy: The New Jobs Report’s Wage Details are Mixed, Too – Economically and Politically

The latest U.S. government report on the nation’s employment picture (for August) produced unusually mixed jobs results. (See, e.g., this report.) Maybe that’s why analysts seem to have missed one of its more encouraging takeaways: Hourly wages in the manufacturing sector, which have remained weak throughout the current economic expansion and into the Trump era, … Read more(What’s Left of) Our Economy: The New Jobs Report’s Wage Details are Mixed, Too – Economically and Politically

Soon, car insurance premium may depend on how you drive

How you drive and how many accidents you are involved in could soon be a factor for insurance companies to decide the premium you need to pay to insure your vehicle. Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, the insurance regulator, has set up a panel to recommend the implementation framework and the methodology to link insurance … Read moreSoon, car insurance premium may depend on how you drive

MIT Media Lab Epstein Scandal Prompts Director Resignation

Instapundit likes to note that America has the worst elites in its history, and the scandal engulfing MIT’s Media Lab is an example of the systematic rot. On Friday, a Ronan Farrow piece in The New Yorker revealed that not only was MIT’s Media Lab accepting money from convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, but was … Read moreMIT Media Lab Epstein Scandal Prompts Director Resignation

Hear our voices, tell our stories: Kashmiri Pandits tell Washington Post

New Delhi, Sep 7 (IANS) An overseas Kashmiri Pandit body on Saturday held a protest outside the office of the Washington Post newspaper in the US capital over its “biased” and one-sided articles following the abrogation of Article 370 and 35A in Jammu and Kashmir. The Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora (GKPD) organised a protest march outside … Read moreHear our voices, tell our stories: Kashmiri Pandits tell Washington Post

Kamala Harris apologizes after ‘laughing’ at remark on Trump

San Francisco, Sep 8 (IANS) California Senator Kamala Harris has apologised following criticism that the Democrat presidential candidate laughed at an offensive remark about President Donald Trump. “When my staff played the video from my town hall yesterday (Friday), it was upsetting. I didn’t hear the words the man used in that moment, but if I … Read moreKamala Harris apologizes after ‘laughing’ at remark on Trump