You may recall, a number of years ago an admiral was testifying before Congress about the need to put more military personnel on an island in the Pacific. A congressman, in all seriousness (perhaps after having a bad night), asked the admiral if he was concerned that...read more
Abuse of Government Control over Banks Can Happen in U.S. Pitfalls of the Corporate Transparency Act and Illicit Cash Act
Thirty years ago this past Saturday, the Berlin Wall fell. That act and subsequent events freed hundreds of millions of people in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Unfortunately, there has been a partial rollback in Russia. Opposition leaders who are...read more
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