Daily Archives: May 24, 2014

DealBook – A Ruling’s Chilling Effect On Corporate Litigation – 24 May 2014

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By STEVEN M. DAVIDOFF

In the clubby world of corporate litigators, the hysteria over a change to corporate bylaws that would shift responsibility over legal fees is perhaps one of the more recent strange events.

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 892 – Michael Maharrey Delivers Good News About the Nullify NSA Campaign – 24 May 2014

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Michael Maharrey of the The Tenth Amendment Center‘s Nullify The NSA campaign joins us to discuss the latest campaign success: the passage of a bill in the California state Senate that would end state cooperation or support with the illegal collection of electronic data or metadata. We also discuss the status of similar campaigns across the United States and the passage of a new law in Minnesota that bans warrantless cellphone tracking. Continue reading

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Fed Laundering, Nazi Royals, GMO Ban – New World Next Week – 24 May 2014

Welcome to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Continue reading

Aisha North – A Short Update On The Energies – 24 May 2014

AishaNorthLet us begin this missive by saying that these alternating currents you are currently being exposed to may cause many of you to falter at the moment. That is only natural, for in this phase of the proceedings, you are not only being reconnected to much of the underlying structures that constitutes your real base, you are also being disconnected from earlier, more temporary measures. And so, you will in many instances be left feeling as if untethered from it all, hanging in a void, or suspended in such a way you will have a hard time finding your bearings. We know this will cause more than a little confusion, anxiety and stress in some of you, but we ask you all not to fall into the old patterns of reactions because of this. You see, this is as always just a temporary thing, and as soon as you move on to the next level, all that seemed to have vanished will be replaced by something that is much more fundamental and complete than what you have been before. Continue reading

Breaking News – At Least 3 Dead In Shooting Near Jewish Museum In Brussels – 24 May 2014

RT logoThree people were killed in a shooting near the Jewish Museum in Brussels, Belgian officials said.

According to the emergency services, another person was seriously injured in the attack.

The shooting in the Belgian capital broke out at about 3:50pm local time (13:50 GMT), Belgian media reports.

Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders, who was one of the first to arrive at the scene, wrote on Twitter he was shocked by the attack.

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China To Become Russia’s Biggest Gas Consumer If Western Route Developed – 24 May 2014

RT logoChina could replace Germany as Russia’s biggest gas consumer, if Moscow and Beijing agree to add a route from Russia’s Western Siberia to the one already agreed under a $400 billion contract, President Putin said at a meeting with media in St. Petersburg.

Germany now consumes 40 billion cubic meters of Russian gas annually, and China will start buying even more if the western route is agreed on, Putin said.

“The next step [in Russia-China gas cooperation] is a possibility to make a similar deal on a so-called western route,” President said commenting on a Russia-China megadeal signed Wednesday in Shanghai.

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CommonDreams – IRS Delays New Rules For Dark Money Groups – 24 May 2014

common-dreamsIRS Delays New Rules for Dark Money Groups

The agency has pushed back indefinitely a hearing on new regulations for social welfare nonprofits that spend money on politics.
by Theodoric Meyer

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After intense criticism from both ends of the political spectrum, the Internal Revenue Service has delayed indefinitely proposed rules that would have imposed new limits on social welfare nonprofits, which have pumped hundreds of millions of dollars from anonymous donors into recent elections. Continue reading