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FTC Restricts Debt Settlement Industry

Today, the Federal Trade Commission announced new restrictions for for-profit companies that consolidate, reduce and eliminate debt on consumers’
Jul 31, 2020

FTC Restricts Debt Settlement Industry

FTC Restricts Debt Settlement Industry

Today, the Federal Trade Commission announced new restrictions for for-profit companies that consolidate, reduce and eliminate debt on consumers’
Today, the Federal Trade Commission announced new restrictions for for-profit companies that consolidate, reduce and eliminate debt on consumers’
Jul 31, 2020

Lansing city clerk calls for investigation of pot for votes scandal

Lansing city clerk calls for investigation of pot for votes scandal

Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope says he has sent letters to the Lansing Police, City Attorney and Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings III seeking a thorough investigation of a pot for votes scandal that erupted in the city on Wednesday.
Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope says he has sent letters to the Lansing Police, City Attorney and Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings III seeking a thorough investigation of a pot for votes scandal that erupted in the city on Wednesday.
Jul 31, 2020

Gary Bauer: Ft. Hood Suspect Was ‘Sleeper’ Agent

Gary Bauer: Ft. Hood Suspect Was ‘Sleeper’ Agent

Add another conservative activist to the ranks of people blaming the Ft. Hood massacre on Islam. Here’s Gary Bauer, in his end-of-day email sent to supporters,
Add another conservative activist to the ranks of people blaming the Ft. Hood massacre on Islam. Here’s Gary Bauer, in his end-of-day email sent to supporters,
Jul 31, 2020

U.S. House hearing on al-Shabaab leaves out testimony from Minneapolis Somalis

U.S. House hearing on al-Shabaab leaves out testimony from Minneapolis Somalis

In the third controversial congressional hearing on Muslim extremism Wednesday, Chair Peter King pointed directly at Minneapolis connections to al-Shabaab as a threat to United States security, although no Minnesota Somali-Americans were invited to testify. In his opening statement, King said al-Shabaab should not be viewed as a threat to only Somalia: ”With al-Shabaab’s large cadre of American jihadis and unquestionable ties to al-Qaeda, particularly its alliance with AQAP, we must face the reality that al-Shabaab is a growing threat to our homeland.” More than 20 Somali-Americans from Minneapolis have been recruited to al-Shabaab in recent years, according to law enforcement. King pointed to a guilty plea by an al-Shabaab recruiter and a very public scuffle in the state’s largest mosque as evidence that “jihadi sympathizers” are active in the Minneapolis community
In the third controversial congressional hearing on Muslim extremism Wednesday, Chair Peter King pointed directly at Minneapolis connections to al-Shabaab as a threat to United States security, although no Minnesota Somali-Americans were invited to testify. In his opening statement, King said al-Shabaab should not be viewed as a threat to only Somalia: ”With al-Shabaab’s large cadre of American jihadis and unquestionable ties to al-Qaeda, particularly its alliance with AQAP, we must face the reality that al-Shabaab is a growing threat to our homeland.” More than 20 Somali-Americans from Minneapolis have been recruited to al-Shabaab in recent years, according to law enforcement. King pointed to a guilty plea by an al-Shabaab recruiter and a very public scuffle in the state’s largest mosque as evidence that “jihadi sympathizers” are active in the Minneapolis community
Jul 31, 2020
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