Have nothing to do with the [evil] things that people do, things that belong to the darkness. Instead, bring them out to the light... [For] when all things are brought out into the light, then their true nature is clearly revealed...

-Ephesians 5:11-13

Tag Archives: Fraud

Welfare Recipients 3, Taxpayers 2

Say Goodnite America!

Say Goodnite America! (Photo credit: Templar1307)

 

This article first appeared at The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Monday, April 21, 2014:

The Census Bureau, teaming up with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, confirmed what many have long suspected: the United States is a welfare state, and the recipients are gaining on the taxpayers. According to their just-released Current Population Survey, there are nearly 150 million people on the dole compared to fewer than 90 million being squeezed to make the payments. And the longer the game goes on, the worse the score will get.

After Terence Jeffrey, former editor at Human Events and now senior editor at CNSNews, dissected the pages-long survey, he lamented:

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Al Sharpton Adroitly Sidesteps Charges he was an FBI Informant, with the Media’s help

“Reverend” Al Sharpton’s denials have just enough ring of truth about them that the media are accepting them at face value. On Monday The Smoking Gun’s three investigative reporters published their nearly 30-page exposé “Al Sharpton’s Secret Work as FBI Informant” based on documents they obtained from the FBI under the Freedom of Information Act. On Tuesday the media began publishing his denials.

USA Today’s lead read:

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Truth Stranger than Fiction: Anti-gun Senator Arrested for gun Trafficking

English: Leland Yee, Member of the California ...

Leland Yee, Member of the California State Senate from the 8th district (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This article was first published at The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Friday, March 28, 2014:

The headlines are right out of a John Grisham or Tom Clancy novel, only these authors couldn’t have come up with anything like this:

“Senator Charged with Trafficking in Sweeping FBI Probe”

“Senator Released on $500,000 bond, Stripped of Passport”

“Senator’s Arrest casts Light on Corruption case”

“Senator Indicted on Corruption Charges”

In California on Wednesday, the FBI arrested State Senator Leland Yee on seven counts of political corruption and gun trafficking, along with 25 other individuals involved in the schemes. Also snared was Lee’s campaign finance manager, Keith Jackson, and Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, the head of a notorious and vicious Chinese criminal syndicate that

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More Fraud Found by Detroit’s Emergency Manager

This article was first published by The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Monday, February 10, 2014:

It was no surprise to anyone that Kevyn Orr, Detroit’s interim emergency financial manager of the city during its bankruptcy, would uncover a massive fraud dating back to 2005 that helped precipitate the city’s descent into bankruptcy. It’s also no surprise that the two banks and the insurance company involved now want to cut a better deal

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Detroit’s Bankruptcy plan Reveals Fraud in Funding Pensions

Once Kevyn Orr, Detroit’s emergency financial manager during the city’s bankruptcy, presented his “plan of adjustment” – code for compromise in which no one is going to be happy – criticism was most loudly proclaimed by two people who have no financial interest in the outcome:

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Former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife are charged with corruption

Immediately after former Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife Maureen were charged with 14 counts of fraud and conspiracy, McDonnell responded with a 7-minute-long declaration of innocence while his attorneys filed a motion challenging the government’s legal theory used in bringing the charges. The charges stem from a

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Swiss Banks are now Virtual Agents of the IRS

This article first appeared at The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Monday, December 30th, 2013:

Writing from his jail cell, former UBS banker and present whistleblower Brad Birkenfeld took pains to justify himself and his actions:

With the expansion of criminal conduct in the world (including, but not limited to: intelligence agencies, corrupt dictators, drug cartels, arms dealers, corporate malfeasance, individual tax dodgers, etc.) Switzerland was the ideal offshore jurisdiction to

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Swiss banks are now IRS agents

Bloomberg’s note on Monday that Swiss banks were having a hard time complying with the terms of an agreement between the Swiss government and the US Department of Justice hardly caused a ripple of media concern much less outrage. The time for such expressions is long past.

In accordance with the deal cut back in August 2009 the Department of Justice now has the power to force Swiss banks to

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New York Times Touts New Study to Resolve Mental Health Conflict with the Second Amendment

The front page of Sunday’s New York Times led with “When the Right to Bear Arms Includes the Mentally Ill”, a nearly 5,000-word essay by two journalists amping up the volume in the latest attack on the Second Amendment. The motive was clear from the beginning:

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Contractor behind the Obamacare website is not the only one with problems

Nearly one-quarter of CGI Group’s $1.3 billion in revenues last year came from the United States government which included $90 million to build the Obamacare website, Healthcare.gov. Unfortunately, overruns have taken that number up to $112 million, and could exceed

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The Implosion of the Social Security Disability Ponzi Scheme Accelerates

Fresh data just released by the trustees of the Social Security Administration show that the number of people receiving benefits from the Disability Insurance Trust Fund has exploded over the last five years, reducing the surplus in that fund from $216 billion in 2008 to just over $100 billion in 2013. There were 7.4 million recipients in January 2009, but as of October 2013, there are nearly 9 million beneficiaries, not including

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Obama’s trust and approval ratings drop to the lowest level since his inauguration

Tuesday’s polling results from the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute reflect America’s increasing unhappiness with Obamacare: its rollout, the president’s dissembling, the delays at ObamaCare.gov, and so on. And that unhappiness is consistent across all voters of all ages, including

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NJ’s Governor Christie Spent the Weekend Denying He’s Running for President

This article first appeared at The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Monday, November 11th, 2013:

Fresh from his resounding reelection victory for a second term as New Jersey’s governor, Chris Christie spent the weekend being interviewed on four different TV shows denying that he has any interest in running for president in 2016. He probably would have done another one but he ran out of time.

On ABC’s “This Week,” Christie said:

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Chevron Charges Opposing Attorney with Greenmail in Landmark Lawsuit

After nearly 20 years of defending itself against charges that its drilling operations in the Amazon jungle in Ecuador caused all manner of environmental damage, pollution and disruption and dissolution of the cultures of the natives in the area, Chevron Corporation finally decided to go on the offensive. On Tuesday, October 22nd, Chevron, the eleventh largest corporation in Fortune magazine’s Global 500, sued Steven Donziger, the leading attorney in a series of lawsuits going back to 1993, for fraud and bribery used to

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Delays in the Obamacare Rollout Expose Lies and Deceit

This article first appeared at The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013:

“Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive!” Sir Walter Scott, meet Barack Obama. By trying to hide the real costs – far higher than most expected and way above the savings Obama initially promised – of signing up for Obamacare, Obama ordered his techies to force applicants to

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JP Morgan Buying its Way Out of Legal Troubles

The announcement that a tentative agreement had been reached between the Department of Justice and JPMorgan (JPM) was surprising only in the size of the penalty the country’s largest bank (and second largest in the world) agreed to pay:

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There is no Debt Ceiling in place under the new Law

A closer look at what actually passed late Wednesday night reveals that the limit on the national debt wasn’t raised, it was eliminated altogether, at least until February 7th. What actually happened is that

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US oil output is up 25 percent from just one year ago

If the increase in US oil output continues to increase by 25% every year, as it did from September 2012 to September 2013, total US output would double every three years. It’s a simple case of mathematics, compound interest, and the Rule of 72.

The main thing working to keep that from happening is

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Summers is out, Yellen is in, the Fed rolls on

Just when it appeared that Larry Summers had the nomination for the next Fed chair all wrapped up, Summers called the White House on Sunday and told his good friend, President Obama, that he was withdrawing his name from consideration. He then sent a formal withdrawal letter to the president:

I have reluctantly concluded that any possible confirmation process for me would be acrimonious and would not serve the interest of the Federal Reserve, the Administration or, ultimately, the interests of the nation’s ongoing economic recovery.

The president dutifully responded with the appropriate accolades:

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Jesse Jackson, Jr. to be sentenced on Wednesday

This article was first published at The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Wednesday, August 14th, 2013:

 

At 8:30AM Wednesday morning, a federal judge will sentence former Illinois congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. and his wife Sandra, former Chicago alderman, for using $750,000 of campaign funds for personal purposes and underreporting $600,000 of income to the IRS. He could get up to four years behind bars, while she is facing a maximum of 18 months.

But they do things differently in Chicago. They might just get

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