Monday, August 10, 2020

Tag: Jeffrey Epstein

The false hope of Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest

If history is any guide, Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime partner is unlikely to pay the price for their crimes.

Harvard and Jeffrey Epstein

“Once Epstein was convicted, Harvard should have cut him off from further communication with the [Faculty of Arts and Sciences]. He didn't deserve more.”

MIT professor placed on leave for secretly accepting money from Jeffrey...

“The actions of a senior faculty member have raised new concerns. In keeping with MIT practice on faculty discipline, I have asked his department head to consider any appropriate action."

Mixed messages from MIT Media Lab regarding Epstein money

The director of the M.I.T. Media Lab received at least $1.7 million from Epstein, including $1.2 million for his own outside investment funds.

Jeffrey Epstein is dead. Civil rights lawyer says civil charges against...

Charges and civil suits against Jeffrey Epstein are continuing following the death of the serial sex abuser, who was found dead in...

Epstein: Suicide or murder?

What really happened to Epstein while he was in jail?

The taint on Trump

What has our country become? A country that accepts rapists as their leaders?

Alex Acosta, who helped Jeffrey Epstein escape justice a decade ago,...

Deputy Labor Secretary Patrick Pizzella will now serve as acting secretary.

Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest is the tip of the iceberg: human trafficking...

Experts have drawn parallels between the theoretic constructs of human trafficking to that of intimate partner violence, in terms of power and control.

The man who helped Jeffrey Epstein secure a plea deal is...

US Secretary of labor Alex Acosta oversaw a 'sweetheart deal' for the convicted sex offender.

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Trump just admitted on live television he will ‘terminate’ Social Security and Medicare if...

"We just heard it straight from Trump's own mouth: If reelected, he will destroy Social Security."

A good news storyline: Trump repudiated, Biden steady but insufficient. Enter systemic reformers.

Biden is no FDR. To expect systemic reform from Biden is naive but to envision him as a stepping stone is good progressive strategy.

It could have been different

And keep in mind, when assessing this world I’m going to leave behind to those I hold near and dear, that Covid-19 is hardly the worst of it. Behind that pandemic is something so much worse.

Era of US domination of Latin America coming to an end

As U.S. empire fades, so might the Monroe Doctrine come to an end.

U.S. Cold War China policy will isolate the U.S, not China

The U.S. must stop pursuing its counterproductive effort to undermine China, and instead work with all our neighbors on this small planet.