OIG Audit Results That You Never Knew Occurred
From Oct. 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018, The IG found the following: The Office of Audit issued 23 final and interim reports that resulted in 105 recommendations and $14.5 million in questioned/unsupported costs or funds to be put to better use. Our Office of Investigations reported 217 arrests, 280 indictments, and 272 convictions, as well as $84.9 million in recoveries and restitutions. IN A 6 MONTH PERIOD!
Strzok Wanted To Hunt Down Trump Ties Using FBI “Steele Dossier” Report Leaked To CNN
Uncovered text messages reveal that FBI agent Peter Strzok wanted to use CNN’s “bombshell” report about the infamous “Steele Dossier” to interview witnesses in the Trump-Russia probe CNN used leaked knowledge that Comey briefed Trump on the dossier as a trigger to publish. The FBI knew of CNN’s plans to publish, confirming a dialogue between the FBI and CNN. This is particularly damning in light of revelations of FBI-MSM collusion against the Trump campaign. Newly revealed text messages between former FBI agent Peter Strzok and former FBI attorney Lisa Page reveal that Strzok wanted to use CNN’s report on the infamous “Steele Dossier” to justify interviewing people in the Trump-Russia investigation, reports CNN.
G20 trade ministers say WTO reform ‘urgent’
German Deputy Economy Minister Oliver Wittke said the joint declaration sent a powerful signal about the importance of strengthening WTO “especially in times of ‘America first’ and increasing global protectionism,” with next steps to follow when G20 leaders meet in Argentina at the end of November.
Could the Palestinian refugees’ right of return be solved after all?
The Trump administration in the last month has welcomed Israeli restraint with regard to settlement activity but called “unsustainable” the growing number of people who are officially considered Palestinian refugees. The sudden sea change in rhetoric is seen as part of the administration’s preparation for the unveiling of the “deal of the century” in which it hopes to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Zimbabwe cholera outbreak: Anger at crowdfunding scheme
Zimbabwe has launched a crowdfunding campaign to deal with an outbreak of cholera that has so far killed 25 people, mostly in the capital, Harare. New Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube sent an appeal on Twitter, sharing a mobile payment account number. An emergency has been declared and public gatherings banned in Harare to prevent the spread of infection.
Typhoon Mangkhut: First Philippines’ deaths confirmed
At least two people have died after a massive storm brought destruction to the northern Philippines. Typhoon Mangkhut ripped through the Philippines’ main island of Luzon, and is now moving west towards China. Almost all buildings in the city of Tuguegarao sustained some damage, a government official said, and communications were down in places.
Russian Orthodox Church cuts ties with Constantinople over Ukraine
The Russian Orthodox Church has effectively cut diplomatic relations with the Patriarchate of Constantinople, which has authority over the world’s 300 million Orthodox Christians. It follows signs that Constantinople’s Patriarch Bartholomew will recognise Ukraine’s Church as independent from Moscow Patriarch, Kirill.
Google China Prototype Links Searches to Phone Numbers
Google built a prototype of a censored search engine for China that links users’ searches to their personal phone numbers, thus making it easier for the Chinese government to monitor people’s queries… The search engine, codenamed Dragonfly…would remove content deemed sensitive by China’s ruling Communist Party regime, such as information about political dissidents, free speech, democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest.
Report: US to halt Last source of American aid to the Palestinians
The Trump administration will halt funding for the last aiding source beneficial for the Palestinians, the New York Times reported Friday. US officials said Conflict Management and Mitigation Program would not receive further funding in addition to the aid which was already approved and is expected to end in September.
Bill would put brakes on U.S. states’ rush to tax internet sales
The ability of states to quickly cash in on a June U.S. Supreme Court ruling that lifted restrictions on their ability to tax all internet sales would be restrained under federal legislation announced on Friday. U.S. Representative Jim Sensenbrenner, a Wisconsin Republican, said the bill he introduced this week will clarify interstate sales tax collection requirements.
‘Life-Threatening Storm Surges’: Hurricane Florence Slams Into North Carolina
Hurricane Florence made landfall at Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina Friday morning. The Category 1 hurricane brought 90-mile-per-hour winds, heavy rain and storm surge. Rescuers have saved hundreds trapped by the storm and nearly half a million people are without electricity.
Project Veritas Unveils New Investigation Targeting Deep State
The undercover all-stars at Project Veritas have put the Deep State on notice, warning their next series of investigations aim to unmask the shadowy figures working against the Trump administration.
The Mueller Investigation Is Sending People to Jail – But Not For Collusion
The belief that George Papadopoulos, Michael Cohen, and Paul Manafort would turn over evidence of collusion with Russia got ahead of reality.
Lawmakers Demand Answers from Google Over Chinese Censorship Project
“Google should not be helping China crack down on free speech and political dissent,” Cicilline wrote. “I just sent this letter with some of my Republican and Democratic colleagues raising our serious concerns and questions about what they’re doing.”
State Run Swedish Kindergarten Bans Words “He,” “She,” Makes Boys Wear Dresses
Asks children as young as two to talk about ‘boys falling in love with boys and girls falling in love with girls’
Cardinal Wuerl: ‘I Intend’ to Meet with Pope About Resignation
Cardinal Donald Wuerl, who heads the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. and has recently come under fire for allegedly shuffling a predator-priest around to different parishes, told his D.C. priests in a letter on Tuesday that he intends to go to Rome and speak with Pope Francis about his resignation.
World survey indicates more people unhappy in 2017
A global survey published this week by Gallup indicates negative emotions surged worldwide in 2017, hitting their highest level since researchers began looking at the data more than a decade ago.
Sen Richard Black Claims that British Intelligence Is Preparing to Stage Another Syrian False Flag Attack
In increasing numbers, the number of Americans that have habituated on the increasing volume of false flag attacks has increased exponentially. Even some of the politicians are beginning to “get it”. What was it that Abraham Lincoln said about not being able to fool all the people all the time?
Epic rainfall from Hurricane Florence could burst dams in Virginia, warn state officials
As of Wednesday afternoon, Florence was still several hundred miles off the coast of North and South Carolina, with forecasters saying she could make landfall in 24-36 hours. That’s not much time for officials who are scrambling to inspect the integrity of dams and other installations that could be overwhelmed by an expected rainfall of 20-45 inches, depending on who you believe.
Why Is the EU Increasing the Size of Their Military by 700%?
The European Union, until just recently when Trump threatened to cut off their NATO funding, claimed they were dead broke. The EU claimed that Trump’s austerity program was leaving them defenseless. At least that was the case until recently. The EU has just announced that they are increasing the size of their military by a whopping 700%!
Pope Francis Commissioned Report to Attack Sex Abuse Victims While Archbishop of Buenos Aires
Pope Francis commissioned a four-book study in 2010 as archbishop of the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires attacking sexual abuse victims and defending a priest convicted of molesting a teenage boy.