U.S. Naval Officers treated to raging multi-day party at the Manila Shangri-La Hotel with prostitutes.

Photo by U.S. Navy A U.S. Navy Admiral and seven others have been charged with corruption in the “Fat Leonard” scandal which involved a raging multi-day party at the Shangri-La Hotel in Manila with a rotating carousel of prostitutes. Among those charged were Rear Adm. Bruce Loveless, a senior Navy intelligence officer, as well as… Continue reading U.S. Naval Officers treated to raging multi-day party at the Manila Shangri-La Hotel with prostitutes.

Trump family trips cost taxpayers $11.3 million

Photo by AFP/Nicholas/Kamm/Getty President Donald Trump’s family trips have cost tax payers $11.3 million dollars in one month, which almost as much as former President Barack Obama’s cost in a year. President Obama’s travel expenses totaled an average of $12.1 million in each of his eight years. In January Eric Trump’s business trip to Uruguay… Continue reading Trump family trips cost taxpayers $11.3 million

Andrew Puzder withdraws nomination for labor secretary after domestic abuse allegations resurface.

Photo by Gage Skidmore/Wikipedia CEO of Hardees/Carl’s Jr. Andrew Puzder has withdrawn his nomination for labor secretary. Pudzer was a controversial choice, having hired an undocumented worker as a housekeeper. As well ads made for HGardees and Carls Jr of scantily clad women eating hamburgers were seen as objectifying women by his opponents.  Puzder, during… Continue reading Andrew Puzder withdraws nomination for labor secretary after domestic abuse allegations resurface.

Flynn in FBI interview denied discussing sanctions with Russian ambassador

Photo by Carolyn Kaster/AP Former national security adviser Michael Flynn denied to FBI agents in an interview last month that he had discussed sanctions on Russia with that country’s ambassador to the United States before President Trump took office. Lying to the FBI is a felony. Any decision to prosecute Flynn would be up to… Continue reading Flynn in FBI interview denied discussing sanctions with Russian ambassador

Sally Yates believed Michael Flynn had misled senior administration officials

Then acting attorney general Sally Yates had warned the Trump White House that Michael Flynn could be vulnerable to Russian blackmail because he misled senior White House officials, including vice-president Mike Pence, about the nature of his phone calls to the Russian ambassador. To read the Washington Post article click here.