How Evergrande Became Too Big To Fail And Why Beijing Will Have To Bail It Out While the world is obsessing with the fate of Evergrande, and more importantly when, or if, Beijing will bail it out, another just as interesting question is how did the company many call “China’s Lehman” get to the point… Continue reading How Evergrande Became Too Big To Fail And Why Beijing Will Have To Bail It Out
One amendment would require that tampons be available in all federal buildings’ ladies’ rooms. Another would mandate a study of whether ticks that the Pentagon might have been experimenting with as disease-carrying weapons ever got released into the wild. Then come the hot-button issues: workplace training for racial diversity, vaccine requirements, gender transition surgery and… Continue reading From tampons to ticks, it’s the defense bill, of course
France Won’t Let Go Of Submarine Dispute “Crisis” – Threatens To Torpedo EU-Australia Trade Talks Over the weekend France’s top diplomat continued calling out the United States and Australia over their “duplicity, contempt and lies” after “no warnings” were given ahead of the AUKUS pact, which led Australia to scrap a French submarine order for… Continue reading France Won’t Let Go Of Submarine Dispute “Crisis” – Threatens To Torpedo EU-Australia Trade Talks
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Indonesian security forces have neutralized the leader of a local affiliate of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) known for beheading and mutilating Christians, the Jakarta Globe reported Monday.
UN Warns Artificial Intelligence May Pose “Negative, Even Catastrophic” Threat To Human Rights Authored by Katabella Roberts via The Epoch Times, The United Nations has warned that artificial intelligence (AI) systems may pose a “negative, even catastrophic” threat to human rights and called for AI applications that are not used in compliance with human rights to be banned. U.N.… Continue reading UN Warns Artificial Intelligence May Pose “Negative, Even Catastrophic” Threat To Human Rights
The Government Accountability Office on Monday faulted the Pentagon for not doing enough to root out fraud in defense contracts that are vulnerable to ripoffs and accounted for $420 billion of federal spending in 2020. The report cited gaps in oversight, an understaffed fraud reduction task force and insufficient reporting …
“If You Come To US Illegally, You Will Be Returned” – Homeland Security Secretary To Travel To Mexico Border Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas plans to travel to the U.S.–Mexico border amid the illegal immigration crisis there. “I will be traveling to the border myself,” Mayorkas said on CNN on Sunday.… Continue reading “If You Come To US Illegally, You Will Be Returned” – Homeland Security Secretary To Travel To Mexico Border
The following article, Report: Majority of Del Rio Migrant Army to be Given Conditional Residency, Tentative Court Date, was first published on Big League Politics. Customs and Border Patrol personnel have admitted that more than half of the migrants to arrive at the Del Rio International Bridge in Texas will be granted conditional residency in… Continue reading Report: Majority of Del Rio Migrant Army to be Given Conditional Residency, Tentative Court Date
A 51-year-old Riverside Army Veteran was arrested and charged with kidnapping three women in Aliso Viejo, California, after being connected to additional crimes. Robert Daniel Yucas, a cargo pilot for Kalitta Air, was on a return flight from China when he was arrested in Anchorage, Alaska on Sept. 16, for allegedly sexually assaulting two women… Continue reading Suspect Arrested in Connection with Assaults of Women in Aliso Viejo