Thai PM Yingluck probed over ‘corrupt rice subsidy scheme’ – BBC News

BBC NewsThailand’s official anti-corruption commission says it is investigating Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in connection with the government’s controversial rice subsidy scheme. The policy guarantees Thai rice farmers a much … Read More

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s first day in office – Indian Express

Indian ExpressAn hour after they were administered the oath of office by Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government took charge of the Delhi Secretariat and announced the first … Read More

Chevron Ecuador: Chevron Not Liable For Ecuador Environmental Damage Says The Hague

The latest Chevron Ecuador news is that Chevron is not liable for environmental damage claims made and that stemmed from the operation of an oil production constortium from 1966 to … Read More

Chevron Ecuador | Chevron’s 2011 $96 Million Court Award Confirmed

The latest Chevron Ecuador case news. Chevron’s August 2011 $96 million award by the International Court at The Hague was confirmed today. According to various reports, Washington DC District Judge … Read More

Chevron Ecuador: U.S. Supreme Court Rebuff Not A Loss For Chevron

Chevron Corporation attempted to have the U.S. Supreme Court take on the case of Ecuador plaintiff’s fraudulent lawsuit against the American Oil Company – one that has resulted in a … Read More

Tom Cruise Katie Holmes divorce due to history of family dysfunction?

Since news broke that Katie Holmes filed for divorce from Tom Cruise, there has much speculation about why their highly publicized celebrity marriage ended.  People magazine reported that Holmes had … Read More

Oakland News: Oakland A’s Slide; Blogger VSmoothe Done With Oakland, New Parish Event

A good amount of Oakland News, so let’s get to it. Oakland A’s Slide First, as this is written, the Oakland Athletics are at 22 wins and 29 losses – … Read More

Oakland Coliseum JPA Called Corrupt By Oakland Tribune Reporter

The Oakland Alameda County Coliseum Authority, or “Joint Powers Authority”, or “JPA” is known for its rather clubby politics, at times so much so that it leads many to question … Read More

Chevron Ecuador Judge Nicolas Zambrano Dismissed; Correa Reverses On Media Suit

Nicolas Zambrano, the judge that awarded his own country fraudulently-obtained victory in the long-standing lawsuit against Chevron, was dismissed on Wednesday for the freeing of Cristian Suquisupa. What Zambrano did … Read More

Chevron Ecuador: Permanent Court of Arbitration Blocks Ecuador From $18 Billion

The latest twist in the Chevron Ecuador legal battle has sent Amazon Defense Coalition Spokesperson Karen Hinton into a crazy lather, issuing wild press releases with the angry passion of … Read More

Anti-Michael Arrington TechCrunch Posts Show Insecurity

The news is all over that TechCrunch Founder and Editor Michael Arrington may step down from running the blog not just to operate a new venture capital fund, but because … Read More

Chevron Ecuador: Chevron Awarded $96 Million in Arbitration Claim Against Government of Ecuador

All this blogger can say is “It’s about time” someone recognized just how bass-ackward corrupt the Government of Ecuador is and the efforts it has taken to mask the truth … Read More