Today a fierce battle over the future of technology is being fought over 5G. A battle in which success will be all about gaining investment capital. Pictured below: Attorney General, William Barr, has been aggressively pushing for investments in Nokia and Ericsson. (Evan Vucci / AP Photo) While the United States government is considering expensive … Continue reading [Draft] Winning the 5G Battle Against China. A Powerful Cost Free Step The US Government Can Take Now
The US government is now considering de-listing China based firms for lack of regulatory oversight. These firms range in size from Alibaba to Luckin Coffee. Clearly President Trump and China's Xi are locked in what amounts to a high stakes card game. And no one is acknowledging that Trump has a "Trump card" yet to … Continue reading Are 401K’s Being Looted by a Brilliant China-Based Pyramid Scheme?
See Previous Post on October 6 for Important Background Information. Photos: Neil Goldschmidt and Gordon Sondand, Below Not since Neil Goldschmidt has a public figure in Oregon wielded so much power on the national stage. While Goldschmidt was a masterful politician and literally the political godfather of the Democratic Party in Oregon, he got very … Continue reading Gordan Sondland Scandal Looks Similar To That Of Neil Goldschmidt, With TPG Again Playing a Key Role
While many are focused upon Gordon Sondland purchasing the ambassadorship to the European Union for a bargain price of $1 million, few understand how he became a successful hotel operator. This is a fascinating story, inspired by Fred Trump, President Trump's father. In the commercial real estate world, few names are more highly regarded than … Continue reading Gordon Sondland – How Fred Trump, Not Donald, Seeded his Success
February 11, 2019 By Luke Harding and Jon Swaine In January the Guardian asked me to review a set of tax facts regarding a prominent couple, not telling me who it was. Later in February I learned that the story involved former Olympic ice dancing champion Tatiana Navka, who is married to Dmitry Peskov, Vladimir … Continue reading The Guardian – Wife of Putin’s spokesman faces questions over US tax affairs
After President Trump fired widely respected Preet Bharara as the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, he then personally interviewed candidates and selected Geoffrey Berman. US Attorney for Southern District of New York, Past and Current Preet Bharara Geoffrey Berman Geoffrey Berman then made two major decisions, the first was to recuse … Continue reading Robert Khuzami Should Recuse Himself From Leading Michael Cohen/Deutsche Bank Criminal Investigation
While the media is sensationalizing Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's recent stock sales as unusual given the recently disclosed security weakness in Intel's chips, a closer look reveals excellent tax planning, to the benefit of the company. One of the key changes in the new tax law, a good one, is to expand the definition of … Continue reading A Closer Look at Intel CEO Stock Sale Reveals Good Tax Planning?
Disclosure: This post is both broad and detailed so that interested analysts and journalists can gather key facts and form their own opinion. Reviewing incredible schemes such as this orchestrated by Robert Mercer and Jim Simons often attract teams of analysts and reporters. This post is original fact checked independent research available free on … Continue reading How Trump Patron Robert Mercer Brilliantly Shifts Assets From The Main Street Economy, Beer Sales, Into What Bloomberg Calls “The Blackest Box in Finance.” Is Mercer indeed, like Trump, under severe financial stress?
By Jon Swaine - November 7, 2017 Leaked documents and newly obtained public filings show how the billionaire Mercer family built a $60m war chest for conservative causes inside their family foundations by using an offshore investment vehicle to avoid US tax. The offshore vehicle was part of a network of companies in the Atlantic … Continue reading The Guardian – Offshore cash helped fund Steve Bannon’s attacks on Hillary Clinton
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