In the New York Post today, Isabel Vincent and Jon Levine describe Hunter Biden’s alleged new career as an abstract artist. From the article:
Last year, a federal watchdog called on the Department of Justice to launch “a full investigation” of Hunter Biden, who they claim did not register under federal Foreign Agent Registration Act rules that govern those lobbying for a foreign entity.
“Hunter Biden’s tangled web of shell companies, LLCs, investment vehicles, and options agreements make it virtually impossible to know where he is getting income from,” said Thomas Anderson, director for the National Legal Policy Center, adding that circumventing the FARA regulations allowed Biden and his associates to operate under the radar.
Selling his abstract artwork to wealthy investors may also be a lucrative way to rake in cash, Anderson said. “We highly doubt, however, a career as an artist will do anything more than … Read More ➡
The National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) is calling upon the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to demand Tony Blinken, Joe Biden’s pick to be Secretary of State, explain anonymous Chinese funding of the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement that Joe Biden established in 2018 with the University of Pennsylvania, where Blinken was Managing Director and other Biden aides from the Obama Administration operated as the government-in-waiting.
The confirmation hearing is scheduled for January 19, 2021 at 2:00 PM.
NLPC filed a major complaint with the Department of Education earlier last year demanding that the University of Pennsylvania and its Penn Biden Center disclose the identity of $22 million in anonymous Chinese donations since 2017, including a single eye-popping donation of $14.5 million given on May 29, 2018, shortly after the opening of the Biden Center in Washington, DC. Altogether, China gave … Read More ➡
According to at least one published report, President Trump is being urged to pardon, or commute the prison sentence of, Dr. Salomon Melgen, currently serving 17 years for Medicare fraud and related crimes.
Letting Melgen off the hook would be a horrible abuse of the pardon and commutation powers invested in the president by the Constitution, arguably worse than Bill Clinton’s pardon of fugitive Marc Rich.
According to testimony at his trial and allegations in civil lawsuits, Melgen performed unnecessary surgeries and injections on unsuspecting elderly people, including some with fake eyes or who were already blind. Others claimed they suffered eye infections after receiving injections of bacteria-laden medicine. Some lost sight in one or both eyes. The contamination stemmed from Melgen dividing up single-use vials of ocular drugs so he could bill Medicare multiple times.
11/25/20- Paul Kamenar, Counsel to the National Legal and Policy Center, is interviewed on One America News Network about the group’s call for Tony Blinken to disclose the source of $22 million in anonymous donations from China to the University of Pennsylvania, home of the Biden Center for Global Engagement and Diplomacy. Biden has announced that he will nominate Blinken to be Secretary of State. Blinken served as managing director of the Biden Center.… Read More ➡
11/24/20- On America’s Voice, Tom Anderson of the National Legal and Policy Center criticizes Joseph Biden’s selection of Anthony Blinken for Secretary of State. He also analyzes Rep. Ilhan Omar’s announcement that she will be cutting ties to her husband’s firm.… Read More ➡
From the Minneapolis Star Tribune by Stephen Montemayor:
U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar has told supporters that her campaign is no longer doing business with her husband’s political consulting firm, a connection that had previously sparked scrutiny and complaints to campaign finance watchdogs.
In an e-mail late Sunday, Omar said her campaign was terminating its contract with the firm to “make sure that anybody who is supporting our campaign with their time or financial support feels there is no perceived issue with that support.”
From the same article:
Omar stopped short of adequately addressing concerns about how the money was spent by E Street Group, said Thomas Anderson, a spokesman for the National Legal and Policy Center, the group that filed the initial complaint. “We feel Congresswoman Omar is attempting to clean up a mess we laid out in our complaint.”
10/29/20- Paul Kamenar, Counsel to the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), is interviewed by Grant Stinchfield about the millions of dollars in contributions from China to the University of Pennsylvania, home of the Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. Kamenar also discusses the failure of James and Hunter Biden to register as foreign agents, despite representing a Chinese company, as detailed by whistleblower Tony Bobulinski.… Read More ➡
10/22/20- Paul Kamenar, Counsel to the the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), is interviewed by Richard Pollock on One America News. NLPC asked that presidential debate moderator Kristen Welker be removed because of bias and for making up quotes in her previous reporting for NBC.… Read More ➡
10/22/20- Paul Kamenar, Counsel to the National Legal and Policy Center, explains the group’s request that the Commission on Presidential Debates withdraw Kristen Welker as moderator for the final Trump/Biden debate.… Read More ➡
NewsMax TV- Tom Anderson of the National Legal and Policy Center discusses why the FBI has failed to act on the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop. Anderson also discusses the recent censorship of the group’s billboard with an image of LeBron James, who is gagged by a Chinese flag, accompanied by the message “Silence is Violence.”… Read More ➡