Step One Of The EB-5 Process: Questions To Ask, Decisions To Make

Step one of the EB-5 process is often the most challenging for investors because it involves conducting a lot of tedious research and making a lot of careful decisions that carry varying degrees of risks. Despite this, the EB-5 Direct Investment Program and the Regional Center Program are extremely popular pathways for foreign nationals to … Read moreStep One Of The EB-5 Process: Questions To Ask, Decisions To Make

Criminal case to delay state auditor EB-5 report

VT State Auditor of Accounts Doug Hoffer at his office in Montpelier in 2019.  Vermont State Auditor Douglas Hoffer’s effort to find out who knew what when in state government related to the EB-5 scandal in the Northeast Kingdom appears to have hit a speed bump. The Vermont Attorney General’s Office has called on the … Read moreCriminal case to delay state auditor EB-5 report

Mortgage Data To Jun 2019 (APRA) – Mutuals Alert!

APRA released their quarterly property exposures data to Jun 2019 today. We can see some of the moving parts in the Industry, though only at an aggregated levels. At the top level we can see the impact of APRA first imposing restrictions on investment lending in 2015, and later in 2017 on interest only loans. … Read moreMortgage Data To Jun 2019 (APRA) – Mutuals Alert!

Fed Still Working Against President Trump – John Williams

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Economist John Williams says the Fed is still not in President Trump’s corner when it comes to the economy. Williams contends, “The Fed was working against him (President Trump) on the economy, and they still are. Their primary concern is the banking system, and that certainly has to be supported, but … Read moreFed Still Working Against President Trump – John Williams

Las Vegas Tax Return Preparer Indicted for Preparing False Tax Returns, Aggravated Identity Theft and Wire Fraud

A grand jury in Las Vegas, Nevada, returned a superseding indictment today charging a tax return preparer with preparing and filing false tax returns, aggravated identity theft, and wire fraud announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and U.S. Attorney Nicholas A. Trutanich for the District of … Read moreLas Vegas Tax Return Preparer Indicted for Preparing False Tax Returns, Aggravated Identity Theft and Wire Fraud

United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico John C. Anderson Testifies Before the House Committee on Natural Resources, Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States

Chairman Gallego, Ranking Member Cook, and Members of the Subcommittee: Thank you for the opportunity to provide insight into the Department of Justice’s work in responding to the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women. We appreciate your attention to this important issue, and your efforts to understand the work being done at an interagency … Read moreUnited States Attorney for the District of New Mexico John C. Anderson Testifies Before the House Committee on Natural Resources, Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States

Congress is Back. Let the TIVSA Debate Begin!

Congress is back in DC, everybody! {media_1} They just got back, and some of them are already ranting about stuff that makes them sound like loons. But soon they’ll be wrestling with legit important, must-pass spending bills like the National Defense Authorization Act. And there’s all kinds of stuff in that bill! Will the NDAA … Read moreCongress is Back. Let the TIVSA Debate Begin!

Uber, Ola a factor in slow auto sales: FM

“There are multiple factors impacting slowdown. Some buyers want to wait for BS6. We also understand that millennials don’t want to lock themselves up with EMIs on auto loans and hence prefer Ola or Uber or Metro (trains). We are listening to everyone,” finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman said amidst a slowdown in the auto sector … Read moreUber, Ola a factor in slow auto sales: FM

COBA CEOs remind MPs, don’t lose sight of competition

More than 30 CEOs and Directors from customer owned banking institutions will arrive in Canberra today to remind Members of Parliament to keep competition in mind as the Financial Services Royal Commission recommendations are implemented. The leaders of Australia’s customer owned banking institutions and the Customer Owned Banking Association will urge MPs to adopt the … Read moreCOBA CEOs remind MPs, don’t lose sight of competition

Post-study work visa in UK extended by 2 years

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the return of the two-year post-study work visa for international students in a move that will impact thousands of Indian students. Currently, most international students reading bachelor’s and master’s degrees can stay and work for only four months and those at 27 universities on a pilot scheme get six … Read morePost-study work visa in UK extended by 2 years

US-China trade war may not be such a bad thing: S Jaishankar

S Jaishankar has said the ongoing trade war between the US and China “may not be such a bad thing” if it results in fairer market access all over the world. The minister’s remark came in the context of India-China economic relationship, which is in focus as the clock runs down on the Regional Comprehensive … Read moreUS-China trade war may not be such a bad thing: S Jaishankar

U.S. Department of Labor Awards Dislocated Worker Grant to Connecticut for Jobs and Employment Services in Response to Opioid Crisis

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced an opioid-crisis Dislocated Worker Grant (DWG) to the Connecticut Department of Labor for up to $4,757,845, with $1,585,948 released initially. This grant will provide disaster-relief jobs and employment services to eligible individuals in Connecticut affected by the health and economic effects of widespread opioid use, … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Awards Dislocated Worker Grant to Connecticut for Jobs and Employment Services in Response to Opioid Crisis

SAALT Statement on the Rise of Hindu Nationalism

September 10, 2019 SAALT is deeply concerned by the actions of the Narendra Modi government of India and the impact of its Hindu nationalist agenda. Those actions affect not just communities living in the region but also South Asian Americans living here in the U.S.   The recent actions in Kashmir, in Assam, and against Dalits … Read moreSAALT Statement on the Rise of Hindu Nationalism

Half of jobs at listed companies in just 2 sectors

Even as the government pushes the ‘Make in India’ initiative to develop manufacturing in the country, IT & financial services have turned out to be the biggest employers — both account for half of the jobs among all listed companies. Incidentally, these two sectors are also the biggest hirers of women. Please follow and like … Read moreHalf of jobs at listed companies in just 2 sectors

Philip Ruckers Create Suckers

Tue, Sep 10th 2019 @ 6:12 pm EDT  by  Andrew Good Beltway-gossip isn’t the concern to NumbersUSA, but our Media Standards Program continues to fret over the ongoing transformation of journalism from a gritty pursuit of fact-gathering to the promotion of preferred narratives. This devolution has resulted in a loss of the public trust. Please … Read morePhilip Ruckers Create Suckers

‘Yemen Was Called the Forgotten War, but Activists Are Refusing to Forget’ – CounterSpin interview with Hassan El-Tayyab on US out of Yemen

Janine Jackson interviewed the Friends Committee on National Legislation’s Hassan El-Tayyab about US war crimes in Yemen for the September 6, 2019, episode of CounterSpin. This is a lightly edited transcript. Play Stop pop out X MP3 Link Janine Jackson: When observers who have spent years in war-rocked places describe events as “staggering,” you know … Read more‘Yemen Was Called the Forgotten War, but Activists Are Refusing to Forget’ – CounterSpin interview with Hassan El-Tayyab on US out of Yemen

Spotlight on Commerce: David Ziaya, Chief Administrative Officer U.S. Census Bureau

Spotlight on Commerce: David Ziaya, Chief Administrative Officer U.S. Census Bureau September 10, 2019 KCPullen@doc.gov Tue, 09/10/2019 – 17:32 2020 Census David Ziaya, Chief Administrative Officer U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Census Bureau Ed. note: This post is part of the very first Spotlight on Commerce series highlighting the contributions of Department of Commerce employees who … Read moreSpotlight on Commerce: David Ziaya, Chief Administrative Officer U.S. Census Bureau

Presidential Proclamation on Minority Enterprise Development Week, 2019

Presidential Proclamation on Minority Enterprise Development Week, 2019 KCPullen@doc.gov Tue, 09/10/2019 – 17:22 Minority business growth Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Office of Public Affairs (202) 482-4883 publicaffairs@doc.gov The following is a cross-post from the White House During Minority Enterprise Development Week, our Nation celebrates the success of minority-owned businesses and recognizes their significant role in … Read morePresidential Proclamation on Minority Enterprise Development Week, 2019

Some of the Many Things Most Americans Never Heard About 9/11, by Paul Craig Roberts

The “Dancing Israelis” who turned out to be Israeli Mossad agents caught filming and celebrating the destruction of the twin towers. Arrested by police and released without investigation, they were not mentioned in the 911 Commission Report. Later on Israeli TV they said they were sent to New York to film the destruction of the… … Read moreSome of the Many Things Most Americans Never Heard About 9/11, by Paul Craig Roberts

Connections CSP Will Pay $550,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Suit

Connections CSP, Inc., a Delaware corporation that provides services in Delaware’s correctional facilities and other state institutions, will pay $550,000 and furnish signif­icant equitable relief to resolve a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today. Please follow and like us:

When Americans Fell for the 9/11 Deception They Lost Their Country, by Paul Craig Roberts

Today is the 18 anniversary of 9/11, an event that has turned a once free America into a domestic police state and an international warmonger during the 21st century. America’s reputation has been shattered along with the Constitution, international law, and seven nations in whole or part. The massive crimes against the Bill of Rights… … Read moreWhen Americans Fell for the 9/11 Deception They Lost Their Country, by Paul Craig Roberts

More Americans Questioning Official 9/11 Story As New Evidence Contradicts Official Narrative, by Whitney Webb

Evidence continues to mount that the official narrative itself is the irrational narrative of September 11, and it becomes ever more clear that the media remains committed to preventing legitimate questions about that day from receiving the scrutiny they deserve. Today the event that defined the United States’ foreign policy in the 21st century, and… … Read moreMore Americans Questioning Official 9/11 Story As New Evidence Contradicts Official Narrative, by Whitney Webb

Special Solari Report: Truth Telling 9/11 with Dr. Niels Harrit & Thomas Meyer

“All wars are based on deception.” ~ Dr. Niels Harrit By Catherine Austin Fitts When I was in Copenhagen this spring, I joined Thomas Meyer for his discussion with Danish scientist and retired associate professor of chemistry Dr. Niels Harrit. Dr. Harrit skyrocketed into global consciousness in 2009 when he published a peer reviewed paper … Read moreSpecial Solari Report: Truth Telling 9/11 with Dr. Niels Harrit & Thomas Meyer

Making News: Talking Recession Gloom-Mongering on Breitbart Radio Tonight…& More!

I’m pleased to announce that I’m scheduled to return to Breitbart News Tonight to talk about evidence that President Trump’s opponents are trying to talk the U.S. economy into recession.  The segment is slated to begin at 9:40 PM EST, and if you’re not already a SiriusXM Patriot radio subscriber, you can get a free trial … Read moreMaking News: Talking Recession Gloom-Mongering on Breitbart Radio Tonight…& More!