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China's state-owned enterprises had accumulated total debts of 85.3 trillion (US$12.26 trillion) yuan by the end of September thanks to cradle-to-grave welfare. China's solution: cut it all. China has ordered state firms to smash the decades-old system of providing cradle-to-grave welfare support, known as the country’s “iron rice bowl.”
Companies have been discouraging overtime claims for so long that employees accept it as normal
The most important factor is the US President-elect's praise for Vladimir Putin, since Russia has so much influence over the region
Why did China invest serious resources to snatch the US water drone? Was it political or military?
As Trump Tweets, China Quietly Weighs Options to Retaliate
China’s leaders are biting their tongues as U.S. President-elect Donald Trump uses Twitter to rattle relations between the world’s biggest economies. Trump lashed out at China over the weekend, saying it stole an underwater drone from the U.S. Navy in an “unprecedented act.” Beijing’s response was muted. The state-run China Daily’s English-language edition warned Monday that Trump’s inexperience in diplomacy might lead to confrontations between the two nations, while the Communist Party-affiliated Global Times mocked his demeanor as “lagging far behind the White House spokespersons.”
An historical audit of the evolution of the “Democratic” Party reveals its use of force or terror over time that demonstrates a pattern of the blatant denial of terror tactics, a “reinterpretation” of flagrant acts of terrorism, as well as the outright use of terror for political gains.
How One College Professor Learned to Love Homeschoolers
Professor Ali Gordon believes that the inclination for independent study among the homeschooled transfers seamlessly to the scholarly research environment. Homeschoolers possess the attributes that public schools have tried and failed to instill in students for years.
What to Know About the Fiscal Hawk Trump Chose as Budget Director
President-elect Donald Trump chose one of the most outspoken fiscal conservatives in Congress, Rep. Mick Mulvaney, to be director of the Office of Management and Budget. This co-founder of the House Freedom Caucus has already proven he's not afraid to take on the establishment.
Lynch Shoots Down Podesta Attack on FBI
Loretta Lynch on Sunday morning dismissed the harsh attack by former Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta on the Justice Department and the FBI’s handling of the investigation into the Democratic National Committee hack. The dismissal came during an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “What I can tell you is that this investigation was taken seriously from the beginning,” Lynch told Tapper. “This is an incredibly serious issue. I can’t comment on Mr. Podesta’s sources or where he gets his information or why he has that view, but what I can say is that he’s not involved in the ongoing investigation.”
Climate change expert sentenced to 32 months for fraud, says lying was a 'rush'
The EPA’s highest-paid employee and a leading expert on climate change was sentenced to 32 months in federal prison Wednesday for lying to his bosses and saying he was a CIA spy working in Pakistan so he could avoid doing his real job.
The Rust Belt Is Right to Blame Obama
The risk that regulators pose to business is up 79% from 2010—a burden that falls heavy on industry. Trump voters were right to see the Obama administration and its designated heir, Hillary Clinton, as hostile to industry. Under Mrs. Clinton, regulatory risk would have only increased further. Mr. Trump pledged to reverse course. Voters in manufacturing and agricultural states heard both messages loud and clear.
TRUMP ALERT! U.S. MUSLIM LEADER SEEKS YOUR OVERTHROW
CAIR-L.A. president stokes fires of hysteria about president-elect
Backlog in state’s gun-database hampers tracking of sales
A state firearms database used by law enforcement to track gun sales and aid in investigations is years behind, with officials still entering data from sales in 2014. The state Department of Licensing ended September with a backlog of 327,753 pistol transfers to enter into the database used daily by city, county, state and federal authorities for a variety of investigative purposes.