The secondary debt market is a weird place where people’s debt is bought and sold at pennies on the dollar. Occupy’s Rolling Jubilee program has entered the fray and discharged $15 million in debt for $400,000.
Can endorsements and advertisements from local organizations on police and civic equipment become evidence of bias or partisan law enforcement? Or are they just signs of a regrettable lack of funding?
Clive Berghofer isn’t a man of letters, but his drive toward industry has put him in a position to give some big numbers toward medical research, and encourage others to do the same.
Alleged charity fraudster “Mr. X” managed to raise $100 million on behalf of veterans, but the largest part of that was for his personal use. When caught, he still had almost $1 million in hand, and it took a while to nail down his real identity. Now his demeanor in court might lead one to believe that he is less than fully competent…really?
The controversial move to close down Girl Scout campsites as a cost-saving measure has divided regional constituencies into camps around the camps.
First Nations and the NUIFC will work with urban Native American centers to further build their leadership and management capacities.