College reverses professor's policy of inflating women's grades

A college professor emailed his female students on Monday with what he thought was good news for them and society. He was inflating their grade "one level or two". Dr. Liu was hoping to encourage more women to major in information sciences. He thought he was helping society by preventing women from flunking his class. By Wednesday, his employer reversed his policy.

Google, others invested $256 million into CrowdStrike so Democrats can use FBI wiretap data to regain Congress

Google and others invested $256 million into CrowdStrike, an IT company and FBI contractor. CrowdStrike was given illegal access to the FBI's data, files, and surveillance information, according to a FISA Court ruling. The data is being used by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to regain control of Congress in November. The data was also used in the Hillary Clinton Campaign for President.

Hillary for President Campaign laundered $85 million says Bernie's Campaign, FEC law suit

The Hillary Clinton Campaign for President laundered $84,880,278.20 leaving $400,000, less than one per cent, for its primary beneficiaries, State Democratic Political Party Committees. The scam was made public by the Bernie Sanders Campaign for President. A lawsuit was filed Monday to the Federal Election Commission. It included a financial report of every penny collected by the Hillary Campaign.

Clinton e-mail probe Chief Investigator, Peter Kadzik, next in line for prosecution?

Kadzik told Congress that he was in charge of the Clinton e-mail probe for the Justice Department. Kadzik "led the successful effort to confirm Loretta Lynch and Sally Yates" to run the Justice Dept. and was a “fantastic lawyer” who “kept me out of jail” said John Podesta. Kadzik also rewrote FISA applicants that were rejected by the court and FISA warrant extensions. Podesta was Presidential Campaign Manager for Hillary Clinton and was Chief of Staff, for her husband, President Bill Clinton.

China is lowering tariffs because of President Trump

China "will considerably reduce automobile import tariffs" this year, said its President,  Xi Jinping yesterday. Last week, China had threatened to double taxes on imported American cars from 25 to 50 per cent. According to Forbes, President Trump is the reason China is lowering tariffs on cars shipped from the U.S.