Donald Trump considers himself a kingmaker, if not a king, who is destined to become U.S. President, though he appears willing to accept the governorship of New York as a consolation prize. However, he is being dogged with a little scandal that looms on the horizon, that surrounding wrongfully accused Republican superlobbyist Jack Abramoff, whom his associates set up for criminal prosecution for wholly political and commercial reasons, that will prevent him from ever holding public office. Continue reading
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe is apparently upset that tribal members came forward with claims of alleged IndIan child kidnappings stemming from their tribe’s social welfare office, which I had a moral and legal obligation to report. Such abuses, if true, cannot continue unchecked. Continue reading
Republicans have done an excellent job at exposing the abuses of power within the Obama Administration, most recently with IRS Exempt Organizations Division Director Lois G. Lerner who apparently misused the power of her position to target conservative nonprofit groups, like Crossroads GPS. Continue reading
The Rockefellers are used to getting what they want and have done since the patriarch and founder of the Standard Oil fortunes, John D. Rockefeller, leaped onto the scene to corner the oil market. The Rockefeller oil men and their corporate allies at General Motors and other major corporations have been working with and through the government ever since, corrupting everything they touch as they try to coerce the government into shoveling taxpayer dollars and crony contracts their way. Politicians who become embroiled in high stakes cronyism, like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, find themselves suddenly embroiled in scandal, with their integrity impugned and career in tatters or at least slightly frayed at the edges. Continue reading
In its latest effort to hasten globalist designs for a new world order and diminish U.S. exceptionalism, the Obama Administration announced last week that it would relinquish control of the organization tasked with overseeing domain names, assigning Internet addresses, among other functions to the “Global Internet Community.” Continue reading
A picture, it has been said, is worth a thousand words, but often it only tells a part of the story, leaving the rest at the mercy of media spin. This was clearly the case concerning the photograph of an empty room of a “diversity outreach” program at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) which went viral. Continue reading
Reflecting an auspicious trend in criminal justice, New York Attorney General Eric Scheniderman has proposed a bill, The Unjust Imprisonment Act, that would eliminate barriers preventing those wrongfully convicted in the state from recovering damages.
The bill will be introduced by Democratic Assemblyman Joseph Lentol, which, if passed, would allow those who falsely confessed or pleaded guilty to a crime they did not commit to pursue damages from the states while increasing the statute of limitations for wrongful conviction claims to three years. Continue reading