Political News & Social Views

Month: July 2023

Timeline of Feds’ Relationship with Biden Family Business

Law enforcement had knowledge of the Biden family business and alleged wronging for years before the FBI obtained Hunter Biden’s laptop. Despite the warnings of whistleblowers and lawmakers, government agencies appeared uninterested in pursuing any suspicious evidence.

James Comer Raises Concerns of Biden Racketeering

Comer revealed the Biden family business caused six banks to flag over 170 “large” amounts of money in Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) to the treasury for review, 20 more than previously known. SARs “often contain evidence of potential criminal activities, such as money laundering and fraud,” according to a 2020 Senate report.

Hunter Biden, FARA and Unequal Justice

A bad law used against Trump associates now haunts President Biden’s son.

Unequal justice has emerged as a theme in the Hunter Biden plea deal, and one example came last week when Judge Maryellen Noreika asked the prosecution and defense in court if their agreement meant the President’s son could still be prosecuted for violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Hunter’s lawyers said no, but the prosecutor said yes, and Hunter can thank Robert Mueller if he is prosecuted under that statute.

Woke bankers are the 21st century Pharisees

Sadly in 2023, as we now all know, the attitude of the banks toward those embracing socially conservative opinions has become an urgent problem, impinging upon the whole issue of whether or not we live in a democratic society where free thinking is tolerated.

The triumph of oil

Take Norway. It leads the world in the adoption of electric cars, installation of heat pumps and also electricity – 98 per cent of which comes from hydro and other renewables. In those senses it is the country that our government wants us to be. Yet last month the Norwegian government approved an $18 billion investment programme by the state oil company to develop 19 new oil and gas fields.

Hunter Biden’s Judge Declares Court Clerk Off Limits Amid Impersonation Claims

Earlier this week, U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika threatened to sanction the first son’s legal team over allegations that one of his attorneys had misrepresented herself to the court clerk’s office.

In issuing her July 28 order, Judge Noreika noted that another attorney had unwittingly disclosed the personal contact information of a clerk’s office staff member on the public docket.