Congress Should Protect Americans from Unjust Property Seizure

Members of Congress brought renewed attention to a legislative effort to halt efforts by the Department of Justice to restart one of the most controversial civil-forfeiture practices, so-called “adoptive” forfeitures. The practice, part of the equitable sharing program, allows state and local law enforcement to seize property in their jurisdictions and then hand it over to… Please follow and like us:

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US slams World Bank lending to rich countries like China

World Bank lending to countries like China that are rich enough to finance their own development hurts poor countries that need help, a senior US Treasury official said Wednesday. David Malpass, Treasury’s under secretary for International Affairs, cited China as a prime example of the practice, as the World Bank’s biggest borrower with $2.4 billion in… Please follow and like us:

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Fed quietly robbing U.S.?

While politicians and the media kept the country distracted and divided, the American people were robbed of $9 trillion by the Federal Reserve. The inspector general claimed no knowledge of the theft, and could not even speak to whether there had been any investigation to find out where the money went or how it got taken.… Please follow and like us:

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