Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Tag: economics

Policing for Profit: How Civil Forfeiture Is...

In July, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Department of Justice would reinstate its civil forfeiture policy. Civil forfeiture allows law enforcement officers...

Nigeria and Italy to Improve Diplomatic, Economic...

The Italian Ambassador to Nigeria, Amb. Fulvio Rustico, on Thursday announced plans by Nigeria and Italy to sign fresh agreements that would broaden the...

Will the Real Welfare Queens Please Stand...

Since its inception, many have expressed strong feelings about the welfare system. Many argue that it allows people to freely benefit from the tax...

Director Ric Mathis Explores the Validity of...

By: James Clingman When you die, what will you leave behind, bills or benefits? That’s the main question posed by the upcoming documentary film by Atlanta videographer...

10 Examples of Government Handouts to the...

Federal Subsidies Daniel D. Huff, professor emeritus of social work at Boise State University, published a comprehensive analysis of corporate welfare in 1993. Huff gave a...

11 African Countries You May Not Have...

South Africa Developed out of the white apartheid regime desire to keep the South African Blacks under military repression, the South African arms industry is...

With Over $1 Trillion in Spending Power,...

With so many prominent Black politicians finding success in the Republican Party and years of loyalty by the Black community to the Democratic Party,...

Dr. Anderson Gives One of The Most...

Dr. Claude Anderson shares his thoughts on why Black people struggle around the world. Video by Hidden Colors.

The Sequester Puts Fiscal Cliff to Shame:...

Many Americans haven’t even heard the term “sequester” before but it could possibly pose a greater threat than the fiscal cliff – so why...