Money Laundering

Congressional Democrat Gets 10 Years in Prison for Corruption

by Steve MacDonald March 4, 2017

For some strange reason this was NOT all over the media. The Hill reports: Former Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.) was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Monday on charges of money laundering, bribery and fraud.  Fattah, 60, resigned from the House in June after being convicted on more than 20 counts of corruption. He’ll have to […]

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The Federal Dollars Addiction

by Jane Cormier May 20, 2016

Everyone is talking about the addiction problem here in New Hampshire. It is all the craze – we NEED more and more funding for those who suffer from addiction. While this may be valid, I wish more people would talk about our national addiction problem. You know, the addiction that is killing our Republic under […]

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Democrat Found Guilty of Bribery, Extortion, and Money Laundering

by Steve MacDonald November 30, 2015
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Not unexpectedly, however… Former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has been convicted on federal corruption charges, ending a legendary Albany power broker’s political career and giving a signal victory to Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s campaign to clean up the Capitol.

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Why Did We Need RGGI?

by Steve MacDonald January 4, 2013

With the recent approval of significant electric rate increases that will allow PSNH to recover some $67 million dollars a year in costs related to legislated state energy mandates (NH Renewable Standard and the RGGI tax), having this fall into my in-box could not have been more fortuitous. From the journal Earth System Dynamics billed […]

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