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  • Politicians deprive the poor of justice in the courts
    Politicians deprive the poor of justice in the courts
    Amos was a prophet in the Old Testament who had a dire warning to a nation which deprived the poor and trampled them under foot. His words resonate with modern day America. "They trample on the heads of the poor as on the dust of the ground...
  • CA 'zombie' State Senators and the 'Yee-Wright-Calderon ethics contagion'
    CA 'zombie' State Senators and the 'Yee-Wright-Calderon ethics contagion'
    These are difficult days for the California democratic party with current allegations of corruption against several State Senators.Samson Wong writes about it in AsianWeek:"For Democrats, California is a toxic ethical environment with the...
  • Fit China-based Sany company in US business
    Fit China-based Sany company in US business
    News of practices of Chinese companies like Sany could cause United States citizens to wonder how to fit Chinese tactics with American business practices. Some recent examples are suing the U.S. President for blocking a wind farm near a sensitive...
  • Romania and its Healthcare
    Corruption and Romania's healthcare system
    I’ve heard stories from my friends and family about my native country – Romania's – health care system.Recently I’ve witnessed first hand the country’s struggle to reform its public health sector, which has fallen...
  • Abundant life
    Hope for the simple
    Read Proverbs 21If you are working your way through the proverbs, more than once you will ask yourself, “Did I just read that in the last chapter or the last three chapters or four chapters ago?”And the answer is likely to be, &ldquo...
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    Did the Obama administration pay bribes to Muslim Brotherhood leaders?
    Allegations are surfacing that the Egyptian interim government is in possession of a document that could prove damaging to the U.S.The official document is said to have been seized when Morsi was deposed. With the trial of Muslim Brotherhood...
  • Turkey
    The time has come to set the record straight
    After all that has transpired over the past 4 years the time has come to set the record straight as we watch our nation crumble under this massive debt burden amassed over the past 15 years.Our nation is a giving nation, both individuals and...
  • corrupt map
    The most corrupt governments of 2012 have been revealed
    On Wednesday, Transparency International released a list of the most corrupt governments in the world. The organization hopes to draw awareness to the corruption deeply embedded in governments, politics, business, and civil society around the...
  • Avon stock being dumped due to legal trouble
    Avon stock being dumped due to legal trouble
    Co-operative Asset Management Group has sold off all their shares of Avon stock. The decision for Co-Operative Asset Management Group was centered on Avon changing their policy on animal testing. Co-Operative Asset Management Group previously...
  • Cook County employee arrested for taking bribes
    Cook County employee arrested for taking bribes
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced today that Robert Mitchell, 39, whose last known address was 2411 West Flournoy, Chicago, was arrested Tuesday evening. Mr. Mitchell is employed by the Cook County Department of Revenue, whose...
  • energy
    Former D.C. inspectors formally charged
    Joe Parrish and Gregory Scott once worked for the D.C. Department of the Environment (DOE), but now the two men have been charged with soliciting and receiving $20,000 in bribes during 2011.The two men were arrested in August 2011, during an FBI...
  • Pilot Test
    FAA Inspector sold pilot licenses
    November 1, 2011 Federal authorities announced on Thursday that FAA safety inspector RobertHarrington Bishop, 63, admitted that for nearly seven years he received cash in exchange for passing grades, granting pilots FAA certification. The tests...
  • Army Captain Sidarth Handa
    Army officer gets 10 year prison term for soliciting bribes, trafficking heroin
    A U.S. Army Reserve captain, who was a war heroin Afghanistan,will spend the next 10 years in prison for soliciting $1.3 million in bribes from contractors involved in U.S.-funded reconstruction efforts and participating in a conspiracy to traffic...
  • Bribes
    Bribes may influence writers in New Year
    Writers and bribes, bribes and writers, what’s this all about?If it is expected to be a cold night in January and people have not quite recovered from Christmas vacation and you have a meeting for the Western Oklahoma Writers scheduled this...