Power Corrupts - Co-operate With Criminals
Former top banker in China pleads guilty to US$12 million corruption after being caught in Xi Jinping’s sweep
Hu Huaibang, former party secretary and chairman of the China Development Bank, used status and resources to receive millions illegally over 10 years
More than 1 million officials have been punished in President Xi’s crackdown on corruption
A former top banker in China pleaded guilty on Thursday to illegally receiving more than US$12 million after being caught last year
in President Xi Jinping’s sweeping campaign against corruption
Memphis Democrat accused of stealing $600K
The U.S. Department of Justice has charged state Sen. Katrina Robinson (D-Memphis) with theft and embezzlement after she allegedly spent more than $600,000 from a federal grant on personal items.
The charges were announced by Michael Dunavant, U.S. attorney for the Western District of Tennessee, who said the money came from $2.2 million in federal grants to The Healthcare Institute, a for-profit health care training business operated by Robinson.
Trudeau Family Paid Hundreds Of Thousands By WE Organization
Members of the Trudeau family were paid hundreds of thousands of dollars by the WE organization for speeches between 2016 and 2020, WE Charity tells Canadaland in a statement. Most of the fees were covered by ME to WE Social Enterprise, a for-profit entity adjacent to the charity, but $64,000 was paid directly by WE Charity, in what the organization describes as a “billing error.”
Teachers’ Unions, Socialist Groups Demand More Funding, End to ‘Systemic Racism’
Teachers’ unions in cities throughout the country joined with socialist organizations to demand more funding for government schools and an end to “systemic racism” before they agree to in-school instruction.
The groups dubbed Monday a “National Day of Resistance,” as they demonstrated in cities such as Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles.
New legislation would force Alberta employees to opt-in to have union dues spent on political causes
Alberta is set to become the first jurisdiction in Canada to require employees to opt-in if they want their union dues to go towards political parties or causes.
Bill 32, the Restoring Balance in Alberta’s Workplaces Act, tabled in the legislative assembly on Tuesday, still requires union members pay dues for what the government considers “core union activities” but mandates that employees opt-in if they want to pay dues towards political parties or causes.
Minneapolis Police Department Tells Residents to Cooperate with Criminals, ‘Do as They Say – Give Up Your Wallet, Purse and Cell Phone’
This is what life is like under Democrat rule.
The Minneapolis Police Department circulated a series of tips for residents in response to a spike in carjackings and robberies.
Be prepared to give up your wallet, purse and cell phone, says the Minneapolis PD. Do not put up a fight, do as they say.
Robert Freberg named Saskatchewan’s next chief firearms officer
A longtime volunteer and board member of the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation (SWF) has been named Saskatchewan’s next chief firearms officer (CFO).
Corrections and Policing Minister Christine Tell said Robert Freberg will take over the position after an exhaustive and competitive process.