The big winner in Ukraine scandal? Russia — just as it always wanted

The following article is from my colleague Paul Roderick Gregory in The Hill Vladimir Putin’s nightmare is a prosperous, rule-of-law Ukraine integrated into the affluent West on Russia’s border. Such a Ukrainian success story would trace back to its popular revolution on Maidan Square in February 2004. Might Ukraine not … Read more → Please … Read moreThe big winner in Ukraine scandal? Russia — just as it always wanted

Victor Davis Hanson: Socialism guarantees failure and suffering – So why do so many Americans support it?

Victor Davis Hanson // Fox News Multiple forms of socialism, from hard Stalinism to European redistribution, continue to fail. Russia and China are still struggling with the legacy of genocidal communism. Eastern Europe still suffers after decades of Soviet-imposed socialist chaos. Cuba, Nicaragua, North Korea and Venezuelaare unfree, poor and failed states. Baathism … Read more → Please … Read moreVictor Davis Hanson: Socialism guarantees failure and suffering – So why do so many Americans support it?

Only Donald Trump Can Save American Democracy and Only with Our Support

Only Donald Trump Can Save American Democracy and Only with Our Support Paul Craig Roberts Now that the “quid pro quo gate” hoax has collapsed, like the Russiagate hoax, the presstitutes are inventing a new quid pro quo hoax. It wasn’t money that Trump dangled before the Ukrainian president in exchange for an investigation of … Read moreOnly Donald Trump Can Save American Democracy and Only with Our Support

Suzuki set to go slow on third plant in Gujarat

The slowdown in the car market and pressure on Maruti’s sales is prompting its Japanese parent Suzuki to go slow in its India expansion. After setting up its independent manufacturing factory in Gujarat, Suzuki is understood to have slowed the construction of a third plant, which was to begin production in the fourth quarter of … Read moreSuzuki set to go slow on third plant in Gujarat

Chinese banks sue Anil Ambani over default

Three Chinese banks are suing Reliance Group chairman Anil Ambani in a London court for failing to pay back $680 million in defaulted loans. The Mumbai branch of ICBC, China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China agreed to loan $925 million to Anil Ambani’s firm RCom in 2012 on the condition that he … Read moreChinese banks sue Anil Ambani over default

10/29 Kendall remarks forIIUSA

The USCIS website has published Immigrant Investor Program Office 2019 IIUSA EB-5 Industry Forum Sarah M. Kendall Remarks October 29, 2019. (I also recorded the remarks, but my recording adds nothing of significance. Kendall followed the script.)  This post highlights what I did and did not learn from Kendall’s remarks. I-924A Tips Kendall helpfully offered … Read more10/29 Kendall remarks forIIUSA

IDBI Bank reports its 12th successive quarterly loss

IDBI Bank on Friday reported its 12th successive quarterly loss of Rs 3,458 crore for the quarter ended September 2019, marginally lower than the loss of Rs 3,602 crore in the corresponding quarter of the previous year, and a loss of Rs 3,800 crore in the preceding quarter ended June 2019. Please follow and like … Read moreIDBI Bank reports its 12th successive quarterly loss

Qatar – Education as a Weapon, by Andre Vltchek

There seems to be no limit to Qataris tossing around their wealth. This tiny kingdom with 2.6 million inhabitants is full of ridiculously lavish gold-plated palaces, most of them built with terrible taste. It is overflowing with Lamborghini racing cars and Rolls Royce limousines, and now, even with ludicrously wasteful air-conditioned sidewalks (cold air blows… … Read moreQatar – Education as a Weapon, by Andre Vltchek

For Progressives, Capturing the Democratic Party Is More Important Than Beating Trump, by Ted Rall

Nothing, leading Democrats say, matters more than beating Donald Trump. 2020, they argue, is the most important election of our lifetimes (OK, they always say that). It’s not true. If you’re a progressive voter, taking back control of the Democratic Party from the Democratic Leadership Council-Clinton-Biden centrist cabal is more important than defeating the incumbent…. … Read moreFor Progressives, Capturing the Democratic Party Is More Important Than Beating Trump, by Ted Rall

Durbin: American Families Must ‘Accommodate the World’s Ambition’ to Be Part of America

American families must “accommodate the world’s ambition to be part of the future of America,” Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) told a pro-migration group on Thursday.  “There has to be an orderly process here, a process that really accommodates the world’s ambition to be part of the future of America,” he said, although “we cannot open … Read moreDurbin: American Families Must ‘Accommodate the World’s Ambition’ to Be Part of America

U.S. Department of Labor Provides Scheduling List for Federal Contractors Subject to Reviews for Compliance with Vietnam Veterans Era Laws

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) today released its first scheduling list solely for reviews focused on compliance with the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974. These reviews will be similar in scope to reviews OFCCP began earlier in 2019 focused on compliance with … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Provides Scheduling List for Federal Contractors Subject to Reviews for Compliance with Vietnam Veterans Era Laws

$10.00 Fee for H-1B Electronic Registration

Caterina Cappellari focuses her practice on employment-based immigration as well as nonimmigrant work and investor visas, including: H-1B “specialty occupations” visas; TN Professionals Under the North American Free Trade Agreement visas; E-2 investor visas; L-1A visas for executives and managers; L-1B visas for workers with specialized knowledge; O visas for “extraordinary ability;” and R-1 Temporary … Read more$10.00 Fee for H-1B Electronic Registration

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Directive Promoting Employment of Military Spouses

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) today released a directive renewing its commitment to military spouses. The directive encourages contractors to recruit, hire and retain the spouses of veterans and active duty military. Directive 2020-01, “Spouses of Protected Veterans,” will require OFCCP compliance officers to inquire … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Issues Directive Promoting Employment of Military Spouses

H4 EAD Lawsuit – Court Judgement Summary – Save Jobs Wins

As many of you have been waiting for the H4 EAD Lawsuit News updates, court has given their judgment earlier today. In short, the judgement says that Save Jobs has standing, and the case is sent back to the district court for further consideration.  We have summarized the key points from the court judgement documents … Read moreH4 EAD Lawsuit – Court Judgement Summary – Save Jobs Wins

(What’s Left of) Our Economy: Trump-Like China Trade War Advice – from China!

When I first entered the trade and manufacturing world, I worked for a fellow named Clyde V. Prestowitz, Jr., who was shaking up American attitudes on international economic policy (in a good way) with sharp critiques of the prevailing dogma and often ingenious ideas for reform and even transformation. (The most complete statement of his … Read more(What’s Left of) Our Economy: Trump-Like China Trade War Advice – from China!