Bank of America settled 16 lawsuits, which were initiated by whistleblowers, for nearly $17 billion, and the whistleblowers will share more than $170 million.
Protesters who called for the death of cops just over a week ago have now, sadly, gotten their wish: Two NYC police officers were shot dead Saturday — execution style — in what the killer described as an act of “revenge” for the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
The big tax-exempt foundations, government agencies, and unions are funding the rent-a-mob rioters and the professional revolutionaries (and their youthful acolytes) who are rioting, looting, and burning our cities.
The women were granted “abortions" — but they weren’t really pregnant. And now the abortionist some call the Kermit Gosnell of Oklahoma may finally be out of business.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney and CIA Director Michael Hayden have been out front in the media defending the torture methods used by the CIA in the past decade in the wake of the Senate Intelligence Committee's torture report, and the language of the federal statute on felony torture may help explain why. It's quite possible that Cheney, Hayden, and other Bush-era officials who ordered the torture techniques will face criminal convictions on felony torture charges if they do not generate enough political pressure to prevent a wave of indictments. by Thomas R. Eddlem