December 1, 2021

Roku: Google’s Decision to Pull Apps from Roku Another Case of ‘Monopoly Conduct’

Roku said Friday that Google exhibited its “monopoly conduct” by deciding to pull its apps from the Roku platform. Google announced that it would pull its YouTube and YouTubeTV apps from the Roku platforms on December 9. This is the latest battle in the brewing war between the search giant and Roku, a smaller technology…

Police: Arizona Democrat Arrested for Alleged Sexual Conduct with Minor

Democrat Arizona state Sen. Tony Navarrete has been arrested and accused of sexual conduct involving a minor, police announced Friday. Fox 10 reported that Navarrete, 35, was accused of abusing a boy he was living with for several years, according to court documents. “The boy, now 16, told detectives that Navarrete touched his genitals with…

DOJ: China Military Member Lied to Secure J-1 Visa, Conduct Research at Stanford University

A member of the Chinese military lied to federal immigration officials to secure a visa to the United States so she could conduct research at Stanford University in California, a federal indictment states. A federal grand jury has issued a superseding indictment against Chinese national Chen Song, 39-years-old, for allegedly fraudulently securing a J-1 visa…

“Unlawful conduct” — New allegations against Mueller investigation call it out for the sham it is.

(Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) Have you ever been involved in something that was just a disaster, a nightmare, right from the get-go? Ever been embroiled in an endeavor that was doomed to failure, even though there were those who tried to make it a valiant effort? Ever seen a time when someone watched their […]

New York Times: Germany Should Close Borders, Conduct Mass Deportations, AND Merkel Must Resign

From the New York Times: ON New Year’s Eve, in the shadow of Cologne’s cathedral, crowds of North African and Middle Eastern men accosted women out for the night’s festivities. They surrounded them, groped them, robbed them. Two women were reportedly raped. Though there were similar incidents from Hamburg to Helsinki, the authorities at first […]

Clinton’s Top Aide Reportedly Investigated For ‘Potential Criminal Conduct’

The State Department’s inspector general completed an investigation of “potential criminal conduct” earlier this year involving tens of thousands of dollars in “unused” leave payments made to Huma Abedin, the top State Department aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, according to Senate Judiciary chairman Chuck Grassley. The Iowa Republican sent letters Thursday to […]

The Clinton Emails: Will DOJ Conduct a Real Investigation?

The debate over the revelation of the referral to the Justice Department of Hillary Clinton’s email activities as Secretary of State missed several important points, particularly the preferential treatment she has been given so far. Any other federal employee found to have discussed high-level, sensitive government business in her personal emails, including possibly classified materials, […]

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