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South Australian Deputy Premier Vickie Chapman Resigns over Conflict of Interest Allegations
South Australian Deputy Premier Vickie Chapman has resigned and stood aside as Attorney-General and minister while the state ombudsman conducts an investigation into a potential conflict of interest regarding her ...
November 22, 2021
NDAA Amendments Seek to Reform Pentagon’s ‘Revolving Door’
A recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) report found that 14 major military contractors have hired 1,718 former senior ...
September 20, 2021
‘Significant’ Security Concerns: Tory Candidate on Trudeau’s Book Deal With CCP-Controlled Publisher
The 2016 publishing deal with a communist Party-controlled company that printed Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s personal memoir in ...
September 16, 2021
Tories Ask Ethics Watchdog to Confirm Whether Trudeau Disclosed 2016 Book Deal With CCP-Controlled Publisher
The Conservative Party is seeking confirmation from the federal ethics commissioner as to whether clearance was sought on ...
September 14, 2021
Committee’s Recommendations to Protect Against Secret Lobbying ‘Not Strong Enough’: Democracy Advocate
Recommendations in a Commons committee report on the WE Charity scandal to safeguard against secret lobbying and conflicts ...
June 16, 2021
Ethics Commissioner Calls for Suspension of Quebec Economy Minister Over Conflict
Quebec’s ethics commissioner is recommending that Economy Minister Pierre Fitzgibbon be suspended from the provincial legislature over an ...
June 2, 2021
The Canadian Press
RCMP to Examine Awarding of Student Service Grant to WE Charity
The RCMP is “examining” the federal government’s decision to award the now-cancelled Canada Student Service Grant to WE ...
August 20, 2020
Culture of Corruption in Congress Encouraged by Legal ‘Pay-to-Play’ Privileges
WASHINGTON—U.S. senators and representatives can manipulate their elected positions for their own benefit by taking advantage of multiple ...
October 9, 2019
Telecom and Tech Giant Conflict of Interest and Competition Violations: Part 2
Commentary In part 1 of this article, I discussed a conflict of interest between data-driven technology providers such ...
February 1, 2019
Rex M. Lee
Good Government Demands Sunshine on the Palisades
Sunshine A friend involved in NJ politics always tells me, when it comes to political corruption, if you ...
April 26, 2014
Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.
Governor-General Should Not Appoint Australian Prime Minister
Governor-General Quentin Bryce should avoid being involved in deciding which party forms Australia's new government.
August 23, 2010
BMJ Exposes WHO Corruption
Dr. Margaret Chan, the director-general of the WHO, delivered the notice of a flu pandemic, which was wildly ...
June 12, 2010
Dr. John Briffa
Urea Shortage is Putting Pressure on Global Food Prices
Vulnerable, Moderate Dems Breaking With Biden More Frequently as Midterms Approach
The Chinese Regime Is the ‘World’s Biggest Captor of Journalists’: Report
Biden Says Sending Troops to Ukraine ‘Not On The Table’
South African Healthcare CEO: COVID-19 Omicron Cases Are Much Milder so Far
Chinese Omicron Patient: ‘My Lungs Are Burning’
DC Board of Elections Sued for Keeping Voter Data Secret
CCP Increasingly Relies on Economic Coercion to Get What It Wants, Silence Opposition, Experts Say
Suspect Arrested After Setting Christmas Tree Ablaze Outside Fox News HQ: NYPD
Biden Administration Skips Congressional Hearing on Closing Gitmo