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Bibi1581 Blog 11-02-2018: Morning Edition

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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets: President Trump


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    Will be going to West Virginia and Indiana today, TWO RALLIES! Don’t tell anyone (big secret), but I will be bringing Coach Bobby Knight to Indiana. He’s been a supporter right from the beginning of the Greatest Political Movement in American History!

  3. 3 hours ago

    Wow! The U.S. added 250,000 Jobs in October – and this was despite the hurricanes. Unemployment at 3.7%. Wages UP! These are incredible numbers. Keep it going, Vote Republican!

  4. 14 hours ago

    I love you Missouri! Under Republican leadership, America is BOOMING, America is THRIVING, and America is WINNING – because we are finally putting AMERICA FIRST. Get out and VOTE Josh for the United States Senate! 🇺🇸

  5. 15 hours ago

    Beautiful evening at a with great American Patriots. Loyal citizens like you helped build this Country and together, we are taking back this Country – returning power to YOU, the AMERICAN PEOPLE. Get out and !

  6. 18 hours ago

    Together, we are Making America Safe and Great Again!


2…………> Yet Another China Spy Case: Taiwan


A federal grand jury indicted a state-owned enterprise of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), a Taiwan company, and three individuals, charging them with crimes related to a conspiracy to steal, convey, and possess stolen trade secrets of an American semiconductor company for the benefit of a company controlled by the PRC government. All of the defendants are charged with a conspiracy to commit economic espionage, among other crimes. Also, the United States filed a civil lawsuit seeking to enjoin the further transfer of the stolen trade secrets and to enjoin certain defendants from exporting to the United States any products manufactured by UMC or Jinhua that were created using the trade secrets at issue.

“I am announcing that a grand jury in San Francisco has returned a multi-defendant indictment alleging economic espionage on the part of a state-owned Chinese company, a Taiwanese company, and three Taiwan individuals for an alleged scheme to steal trade secrets from Micron, an Idaho-based semiconductor company,” said Attorney General Sessions.

“Micron is worth an estimated $100 billion and has a 20 to 25 percent share of the dynamic random access memory industry—a technology not possessed by the Chinese until very recently. As this and other recent cases have shown, Chinese economic espionage against the United States has been increasing—and it has been increasing rapidly. I am here to say that enough is enough. With integrity and professionalism, the Department of Justice will aggressively prosecute such illegal activity.”

According to the indictment, the defendants were engaged in a conspiracy to steal the trade secrets of Micron Technology, Inc. (Micron), a leader in the global semiconductor industry specializing in the advanced research, development, and manufacturing of memory products, including dynamic random-access memory (DRAM).







3…………> “Fat Cat’s Haircut”: Sunoco Tax Skim



The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals issued a precedential opinion today affirming the Court of Federal Claims decision that federal corporate taxpayers may not deduct as a cost of goods sold expense an excise tax expense that was never actually incurred or paid. In Sunoco, Inc. v. United States, No. 2017-1402, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of the Court of Federal Claims and the position of the United States. Sunoco, Inc., a petroleum and petrochemical company, claimed approximately $1 billion in alcohol fuel mixture credits on its federal excise tax returns thereby reducing its federal fuel excise tax liability by the same amount. By including the $1 billion in excise tax expenses in its cost of goods sold, Sunoco, Inc. sought to reduce its federal corporate income taxes with an excise tax expense that was never paid. The Federal Circuit held that the plain language of the Internal Revenue Code precluded Sunoco, Inc.’s attempt to obtain a 300 million dollars “windfall” reduction in tax. The court also stated, “We have already established that Congress does not generally allow taxpayers to receive a tax benefit twice.”





4…………> A Hunger Time Bomb: Africa


A billion angry, underfed, undereducated, and underemployed children and young people could be loitering the open spaces of Africa by 2050, according to a new report published by the “African Report on Child Wellbeing” in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa.

Graca Machel, chair of the Board of Trustees of the African Child Policy Forum (ACPF), an institution set up a decade ago by a decision by African heads of state and government says that the demographic risk is unavoidable, warning “unless governments commit to massive long-term investment in the nutrition, health, and education of their children and young people.”





5…………> “Su Casa Mi Casa”: Dem Beto O’Rourke


New York investigative journalists have dug out a news report about Texas Democrats practically assisting illegal migrants at the US-Mexican border at the taxpayers’ expense, by using of a “prepaid card”   without disclosing it to the campaign management.

Project Veritas, a group known for undercover “sting” videos, has launched footage implicating Jody Casey, a campaign manager for Democrat Rep. Beto O’Rourke in Texas’ closely watched Senate race, and her team allegedly used campaign funds for undocumented caravan immigrants. The footage sports Jody reiterating “no comment” multiple times, while one of the campaign staffers, while Dominic Chacon, expressed determination to pick some immigrants up at the border as well as provide a supply of “food and blankets,” and give rides to Honduran “aliens.”



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1…………> End Of The Romanovs: Evidence


A man wearing a black CHEKA leather jacket read out the verdict loud and clearly: “Nikolai Alexandrovich, your associates’ attempts to save you have failed! And now, at a difficult time for the Soviet Republic…our mission is to wipe out the House of Romanov!”

“My God, what does this all mean?” Nicholas II exclaimed.

In response, the man in the leather jacket took out a revolver and opened fire on the family of the Emperor, writing down a bloody page in the turbulent and violence rich page of Russia history, a page that will always live in infamy and disgust in the memory of all people of faith and conscience to remember the “Red Terror” of Lenin and his stooge Stalin, a recurring terrorist menace that led to the death of at least 20 million people, including my own uncle. 





2…………> Kick In The Pants: Google Fine


The European Commission alleged that Google had used the mobile operating system to illegally “cement its dominant position in general internet search”, giving the firm’s parent Alphabet has been given 90 days to change its business practices or face further penalties of up to 5% of its average daily turnover, and pay a record fine of $5bn, just a kick in the pants for a fat cat sitting on $100 billion in cash.

Google was previously fined $2.8bn over a separate probe into its shopping comparison service – a ruling the tech firm is in the process of appealing against.





3…………> Tariff Casualties: Trump Supporters Hit


According to market reports, a third of all pecans grown in the United States are sold in China, but now the Mr.Trump tariffs are threatening to cause massive damage, leaving farmers to wonder if they can survive the economy of a President that promised to make America not only great but wealthy as well, something that is more and more looking like an obscene lie.

The United States added a 25% tariff on 34 billion U.S. dollars’ worth of Chinese imports, claiming that an additional tariff on 200 billion dollars worth of goods is in the pipeline, forcing Beijing to reciprocate, hitting U.S. products, including pecans.





4………> Russian Lunar Horse: Heavy Rocket


Russia plans to launch a new super-heavy carrier rocket in 2027, Dmitry Rogozin, according to the director general of Russia’s Roscosmos State Space Corporation for Space Activities.

The new vehicle will be used to deliver cargoes to a future lunar station, and
expected to carry payloads of up to 90 tons to low earth orbit and up to 20 tons to lunar orbit.






5…………> The Novichok Killer: On The Loose


The brother of Charlie Rowley, who is in critical condition after being poisoned by the A-234 nerve pathogen, has disclosed that the deceased Dawn Sturgess had sprayed herself with perfume from a small bottle spiked with the so-called Novichok nerve agent, used against former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in neighboring Salisbury.


According to Charlie Rowley,  he could vaguely recollect “there being an odd ammonia-type smell from the perfume.”

The man remembered that he and Dawn had picked up the bottle, but couldn’t tell his brother where exactly it happened. (BBC)

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