Could Pricey Urban Meccas become Crime-Ridden Ghost Towns?

As the exodus gathers momentum, all the reasons people clung so rabidly to urban meccas decay. If there is any trend that’s viewed as permanent, it’s the enduring attraction of coastal urban meccas: despite the insane rents and housing costs, that’s where the jobs, the opportunities and the desirable urban culture are. Nice, but like many … Read moreCould Pricey Urban Meccas become Crime-Ridden Ghost Towns?

RBA Cuts Yet Again!

At its meeting today, the Board decided to lower the cash rate by 25 basis points to 0.75 per cent. While the outlook for the global economy remains reasonable, the risks are tilted to the downside. The US–China trade and technology disputes are affecting international trade flows and investment as businesses scale back spending plans because of the … Read moreRBA Cuts Yet Again!

The Department of Veterans Affairs – Office of Inspector General and Department of Justice Announce Veterans Affairs Health Care Fraud Task Force

The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General (VA-OIG) and the Department of Justice today announced the establishment of the VA Health Care Fraud Task Force to combat fraud in VA’s expanding health care programs. Please follow and like us:

Justice Department Files Lawsuit Against Coahoma County, Mississippi, to Enforce the Rights of a United States Army Reservist

The Department of Justice announced that it filed a complaint yesterday in federal court in the Northern District of Mississippi against Coahoma County, Mississippi (Coahoma County), to protect the employment rights of an Army Reservist, Staff Sergeant First Class (SSG) Jason Sims Sr.   Please follow and like us:

Donald Trump’s Disastrous Relationship with the Questionable Kazakh Business World (Bayrock-Arif, Sater, Sapir, Russia, Trump Soho, Trump Fort Lauderdale, etc.)

Mining Awareness + From TheBlackSea.eu Football Leaks Series: “Donald Trump’s disastrous relationship with the dodgy Kazakh business world, by MICHAEL BIRD / 2016-12-16 Bayrock wanted to enter the top tier of the US property boom and expand into the dynamic Russian real estate sector. But it needed a big name The President-elect of the USA … Read moreDonald Trump’s Disastrous Relationship with the Questionable Kazakh Business World (Bayrock-Arif, Sater, Sapir, Russia, Trump Soho, Trump Fort Lauderdale, etc.)

Football Leaks Whistleblower in Portuguese Jail Following Complaint by Secretive Kazakh Family with Trump Links (Bayrock-Trump Soho-Sater)

According to Germany’s Der Speigel: “Football Leaks Lawyer: ‘In Germany, Pinto Never Would Have Been Sent to Jail’ Rui Pinto is the whistleblower behind Football Leaks and has been in jail in Portugal for months. In an interview, his lawyer William Bourdon talks about how his client is doing and what he is doing to … Read moreFootball Leaks Whistleblower in Portuguese Jail Following Complaint by Secretive Kazakh Family with Trump Links (Bayrock-Trump Soho-Sater)

First Sitting Congressman to Endorse Trump – Trump Transition Liaison to Congress: Chris Collins Resigns; Expected to Plead Guilty to Insider Trading Charges

Republican Congressman Chris Collins was the first sitting Congressman to endorse Trump for President. He served as Congressional liaison between Congress and the Trump Transition team. He has reportedly resigned and is expected to plead guilty to insider trading charges. He could get decades in prison, as could his son “Sep 30, 2019 Press Release … Read moreFirst Sitting Congressman to Endorse Trump – Trump Transition Liaison to Congress: Chris Collins Resigns; Expected to Plead Guilty to Insider Trading Charges

Rachel Mondl Named Chief of Staff for the U.S. Department of Labor

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced Rachel Mondl as the new Chief of Staff. “Rachel is an outstanding public servant with a tremendous dedication to helping America’s workers,” U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia said. “Rachel will play a key role in the Department’s efforts to help America’s workforce gain access … Read moreRachel Mondl Named Chief of Staff for the U.S. Department of Labor

A Primer on Weather and Climate Intervention for Economists

By Scott Knowles and Mark Skidmore Abstract There is limited public discourse and understanding about the history and science of weather and climate intervention, though scientists have researched, tested and implemented numerous methods of weather modification for six decades. Also, climate-related geoengineering is steadily gaining support as a means of combatting rising global temperatures. With … Read moreA Primer on Weather and Climate Intervention for Economists

Westpac Revises Broker Remuneration Policy

Westpac Group has announced that it will remove the claim process for upfront commissions paid on post-settlement drawdowns on broker-originated home loans, via InvestorDaily.   For all subsequent upfront commissions payable from 1 January 2020, brokers and third-party introducers will automatically receive remuneration. Westpac revealed that subsequent upfront commission will remain payable for each eligible … Read moreWestpac Revises Broker Remuneration Policy

U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia Sworn into Office

WASHINGTON, DC – Following a White House swearing-in event today led by President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia released the following statement. “I am deeply honored to have the opportunity to serve in President Trump’s Administration and to lead this great Department where I worked nearly … Read moreU.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia Sworn into Office

U.S. Department of Labor Announces Awards of Grants To Help Women Affected by the Opioid Crisis Re-enter Workforce

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor has announced the awards of nearly $2.5 million in grant funding to organizations in five states to help women affected by the opioid crisis to re-enter the workforce. The 2019 Re-Employment, Support, and Training for the Opioid Related Epidemic (RESTORE) grants are intended to foster cooperative relationships … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Announces Awards of Grants To Help Women Affected by the Opioid Crisis Re-enter Workforce

U.S. Department of Labor Awards Contract to Assist Veterans In Transition to Civilian Workforce

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Veterans’ Employment & Training Services (VETS) today announced a Transition Assistance Program (TAP) contract to provide employment-related transition services, such as classroom instruction, personalized career transition assistance and apprenticeship placement services to approximately 200,000 transitioning service members annually at military installations worldwide. “Service members transitioning into the … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Awards Contract to Assist Veterans In Transition to Civilian Workforce

New consuming class: Teenagers over 60 years

‘Senagers’ — 60-plus seniors, who in a lot of ways behave like teenagers — are a growing consuming class in India. After a good career run of a few decades, today’s urban-centric senagers have a disposable income and are spending, be it on lifestyle products, eating out or investing in financial products. ​ Please follow … Read moreNew consuming class: Teenagers over 60 years

U.S. Department of Labor Awards Workforce Development Demonstration Grants of $29.2 Million to 18 Organizations in Appalachian and Delta Regions

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration today awarded $29,175,000 in demonstration grant funds to expand the impact of workforce development efforts in the Appalachian and Delta regions through the Workforce Opportunity for Rural Communities (WORC) grant initiative.  These grant funds, awarded in collaboration with the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Awards Workforce Development Demonstration Grants of $29.2 Million to 18 Organizations in Appalachian and Delta Regions

Reauthorization, Country Caps, S.2540, Visa Bulletin

Since last writing, Congress gave the regional center program another short authorization, the Fairness for High-skilled Immigrants Act nearly passed the Senate, Senators Grassley and Leahy introduced a new piece of EB-5 legislation, and the Visa Bulletin offered a surprise window for Indians and Vietnamese to file I-485 regardless of priority date. I’ve had to … Read moreReauthorization, Country Caps, S.2540, Visa Bulletin

Giuliani Subpoenaed for Ukraine Documents as Next Step in Impeachment Inquiry

Finally. May Giuliani rot in jail – no pardons and no bumping off. We fear that Giuliani’s days are numbered, however, especially with his Sam Kislin connection (see post bottom). This sounds like the beginning of a great unraveling. US House Intel Committee: “Giuliani Subpoenaed for Ukraine Documents as Next Step in Impeachment Inquiry Committees … Read moreGiuliani Subpoenaed for Ukraine Documents as Next Step in Impeachment Inquiry

Swedish Women Experience Mass Rape By Immigrant Invaders, by Paul Craig Roberts

The mass rape of German Women in the aftermath of WW II is now the plight of Swedish women Remember: the same Swedish authorities who do not want to hear rape charges against immigrant invaders made by white Swedish women are the authorities who launched accusations of rape against Julian Assange for consensual relations with… … Read moreSwedish Women Experience Mass Rape By Immigrant Invaders, by Paul Craig Roberts

Homeless In Seattle, Part 1: High-Tech & the Homeless, by Ilana Mercer

To expatiate on the subject of homelessness in Seattle, Tucker Carlson regularly invites on his Fox News show a Republican liberal who broadcasts out of Seattle. Aside from a pastiche of liberal ideas, Sleepy in Seattle has nothing remotely perceptive or probative to say about homelessness in the Emerald City. Eventually, this young know-nothing will… … Read moreHomeless In Seattle, Part 1: High-Tech & the Homeless, by Ilana Mercer

‘Heartbroken’ Pelosi Fast-Tracks Impeachment, by Pat Buchanan

“This is a very sad time for our country. There is no joy in this,” said Nancy Pelosi Saturday. “We must be somber. We must be prayerful. … I’m heartbroken about it.” Thus did the speaker profess her anguish — just four days after announcing that her Democratic House would conduct an impeachment inquiry of… … Read more‘Heartbroken’ Pelosi Fast-Tracks Impeachment, by Pat Buchanan

Where Are the Indictments of Those Implicated in the Coup Attempt Against Trump?, by Paul Craig Roberts

In the 1970s Irving Kristol declared Republicans to be the “stupid party.” How correct he has proven to be. Russiagate and now this latest coup attempt to overthrow the elected president of the United States are acts of sedition. There is no evidence whatsoever for the charges with which the Democrats and US media, parroted… … Read moreWhere Are the Indictments of Those Implicated in the Coup Attempt Against Trump?, by Paul Craig Roberts

Indian ICE detainee released after 70-day hunger strike

NRI Pulse Staff Report Atlanta, GA, September 30, 2019: Ajay Kumar, 33, an Indian immigrant who went on a 70-day hunger strike over the rejection of his asylum claim won temporary release September 26. He had spent a year in ICE detention, reports AP. Kumar bowed with his hands as he walked away from a … Read moreIndian ICE detainee released after 70-day hunger strike