A prosecutor says a judicial watchdog agency is investigating a north Georgia judge for allegedly pre-signing warrants for law enforcement officials.Read more »
Reality Check: Fast and Furious Operation Was Really About U.S. Supporting A Drug Cartel?Read more »
"In their appeal to the high court, his attorneys pointed to a psychological test conducted in 2004 that pegged Wilson's IQ at 61, below the generally accepted minimum competency standard of 70."Read more »
Should Congress and the President be in jail? According to the NDAA they should.
Watch as Ben Swann points out how Congress and the President approved funding for Syrian rebels. Problem is: The rebels have direct ties to Al-Qaeda, and the NDAA explicitly states that assisting Al-Qaeda in any way is a criminal offense.
So, how about it? Should the President and most of Congress be in orange jump suits rotting away in Guantanamo Bay for assisting Al-Qaeda?Read more »
Lou Pritchett a former P & G executive, an acclaimed author, a dynamic teacher, and one of the world's most highly rated speakers.
It was he who changed the way America does business by creating an audacious concept that came to be known as "Partnering".
You may remember a previous letter he wrote in 2009 to Obama and the New York Times which went viral.
As Senate Republicans block the DISCLOSE Act, legislation that would unmask anonymous campaign donors, we look at Sheldon Adelson, a major donor behind Republican campaigns. Adelson has pledged to donate $100 million to defeat President Obama but is now coming under new scrutiny for possible violations of federal anti-bribery law and ties to Chinese organized crime stemming from efforts to build casinos and other projects in Macau.Read more »
The abuse of power by the Venezuelan government under President Hugo Chavez has increased over the past four years, according to Human Rights Watch. Legislation limiting free speech and the removal of institutional safeguards give the government free rein to censor and intimidate critics, the group says. In 2008, Venezuela expelled HRW representatives, accusing them of interfering in the country's affairs. This latest report comes in the midst of Venezuela's election campaign.Read more »
Amidst a series of recent scandals that have rocked the global banking system, journalist Chris Hayes joins us to discuss his new book, "Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy." The book examines how Wall Street and other major institutions, from Congress to the Catholic Church to Major League Baseball, have been crippled by corruption and incompetence. Hayes is host of the MSNBC weekend show, "Up with Chris Hayes," and is editor-at-large of The Nation magazine.Read more »
The Food and Drug Administration has been found to have launched a massive surveillance campaign targeting its own scientists for writing letters to journalists, members of Congress and President Obama. The scientists were expressing their concern over the FDA’s approval of medical imaging devices for colonoscopies and mammograms that could endanger patients with high levels of radiation.Read more »
he Peruvian government has declared a state of emergency in the mountain region of Cajamarca where thousands have gathered in recent days to protest the expansion of a gold mine owned by the U.S.-based Newmont Mining that is already the largest in South America. Using live ammunition against the protesters, police have killed five people this week alone. In a dramatic video broadcast nationally on Peruvian television, police severely beat Marco Arana, a former Roman Catholic priest, who had rallied protesters despite emergency measures restricting freedom of assembly.Read more »
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