Guidance on Recognizing Activity that May be Associated with Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking, Financial Red Flags

Advisory Information FIN-2014-A008.pdf1015.29 KB FIN-2014-A008 Issued Date September 11, 2014 Subject Guidance on Recognizing Activity that May be Associated with Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking — Financial Red Flags To support law enforcement efforts to fight human smuggling and human trafficking, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) seeks to advise financial institutions on how to … More Guidance on Recognizing Activity that May be Associated with Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking, Financial Red Flags

McConnell Advances Six Judicial Nominees, Base and Republicans Push for More

Oct 28, 2017 by Ken Klukowski   WASHINGTON, D.C. —- Senate Republicans confirmed one federal judge on Thursday and set the stage to confirm five more judges next week, including to federal appeals courts across the nation. While these are victories for President Donald Trump, conservatives caution senators that this week’s developments are a good start, but not … More McConnell Advances Six Judicial Nominees, Base and Republicans Push for More

Judge Denies Request by States to Force Trump Administration to Continue ObamaCare Payments

Oct 26, 2017 by  Warren Mass   On October 25, U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria of the Northern District of California denied a request for an emergency ruling that would have forced the Trump administration to continue making payments to health insurers under the Affordable Care Act, informally known as ObamaCare. The injunction request was made … More Judge Denies Request by States to Force Trump Administration to Continue ObamaCare Payments

Clinton Lawyer Under Fire After Disclosure That The Clinton Campaign Paid For Russian Dossier On Trump

October 25, 2017 jonathanturley Clinton campaign lawyer Marc Elias is under fire today after the Washington Post ran an extensive story on how the Clinton Campaign and Democratic National Committee hired controversial research firm Fusion GPS to dig up dirt on Donald Trump in Russia in the “Russian Dossier” matter.  Reporters at the New York Times have accused Elias … More Clinton Lawyer Under Fire After Disclosure That The Clinton Campaign Paid For Russian Dossier On Trump

Sessions Authorizes Feds to Go After MS-13 Gang, Using Tactics Like Those That Took Down Al Capone

Oct 24, 2017 by  Warren Mass   During an address to the International Association of Chiefs of Police in Philadelphia on October 23, 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he has designated the brutal MS-13 gang as a priority for the Justice Department’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces. Explaining how this will play out, Sessions said: … More Sessions Authorizes Feds to Go After MS-13 Gang, Using Tactics Like Those That Took Down Al Capone

Federal Court Rules WWI Memorial “Unconstitutional”

Oct 23, 2017 by  Dave Bohon   A federal appeals court has ruled that a 92-year-old cross-shaped memorial to soldiers who perished in World War I represents an unconstitutional promotion of religious sentiment and must be removed. The 40-foot-tall memorial in Bladensburg, Maryland, known locally as the “Peace Cross,” was erected in 1925 by the American … More Federal Court Rules WWI Memorial “Unconstitutional”

Judges Rule Against Trump Travel Ban for Third Time

Oct 19, 2017  by  Warren Mass   Federal judges Derrick Watson and Theodore Chuang are at it again: Apparently, neither of them can stand the idea of President Trump imposing restrictions on citizens from eight mostly Muslim countries from entering the United States. On October 17, U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson of Hawaii granted the state … More Judges Rule Against Trump Travel Ban for Third Time

Early Voting Disadvantages Seem to Outweigh Benefits

Oct 16, 2017 by Hans von Spakovsky   Early voting —- opening a limited number of locations where people can cast their ballots prior to Election Day —- is a “reform” that states should reconsider. Its disadvantages seem to outweigh its benefits. Until the 1980s, states offered Americans only two ways to vote: in person on Election Day, or … More Early Voting Disadvantages Seem to Outweigh Benefits

VIDEO Project Veritas Videos Continue to Expose New York Times Liberal Bias

Oct 17, 2017 by  C. Mitchell Shaw   With the release of the third in a series of Project Veritas “American Pravda” videos exposing the New York Times, the “newspaper of record” may soon find itself in very real trouble. And while the Times may not be in immediate danger of dying from that exposure, the damage … More VIDEO Project Veritas Videos Continue to Expose New York Times Liberal Bias