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Planned Parenthood spent millions on ‘blowout’ parties, travel, salaries

I say defund them all. There’s other places women can go, to get medical care. Why waste taxpayer dollars on killers? Planned Parenthood and its affiliates have spent millions in recent years on “blowout” parties, first-class travel and “lucrative” salaries, according to a report from the chairman of the House oversight committee. 340 more words

Current Events

Wall Street expects a bonus bonanza for M&A bankers in 2015

Not even a down market will put a hold on seven figure payouts for some Wall Street bankers this year.

Wall Street bonuses won’t be paid until the beginning of 2016, but the people who track them are already predicting a windfall for the investment bankers who advise companies on corporate combinations. 749 more words


Hundreds of disillusioned jihadists abandon ISIS as money dries out and salaries are cut

Hundreds of jihadis are leaving Islamic State for other extremist organisations after being forced to take a pay cut of almost U$200 by chiefs, it was claimed last night. 176 more words

Global Agenda

Report: ESPN's highest-paid on-air employee is Jon Gruden

If there’s such thing as an ESPN expert it’s James Andrew Miller, who co-authored the excellent and definitive history of the network — Those Guys Have All The Fun: Inside The World of ESPN… 631 more words


Maritime workers threaten strike over non -payment of salaries

For the umpteenth time, maritime workers have threatened to ground the nation’s ports by this weekend if the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) does not pay the salary arrears and other emoluments of tally clerks (TCs) and Onboard securitymen. 183 more words


Fraudulent evasion of income tax

Over the years I have come across a few people who have been worrying about whether their employer was paying PAYE/NIC to HM Revenue and Customs, and the impact on them. 231 more words

Hawaii still one of the worst states for public school teachers

The personal finance website WalletHub followed up on last year’s analysis of the best and worst states for public school teachers, and Hawaii is still considered one of the worst. 218 more words