A family wedding beckoned and so I am experiencing the joys of the TSA and United Airlines, plus something called “cashless highways” in Southern California. Thoughts on those subjects next Tuesday.
MUNICH — He wore dark clothes, sported a baseball cap and would only say he was from Argentina, once home to Nazi murderers Adolf Eichmann and Josef Mengele.
The winning bidder’s name will remain a secret only known to a select circle that includes Wolfgang Hermann, co-owner of the Hermann Historica auction house, where hundreds of WWII items, once owned by mass murderers, were up for bid.
The mystery man used bid number 888.
In Germany it’s illegal to greet anyone with “Heil Hitler.” The number 88 marks “H”, the eighth letter of the alphabet, and is used by sympathizers of the Nazis in salutes.
The Press was refused auction entry, but a reporter from the German publication, Bild, managed to get inside. The room was full of “young couples, elderly men, and muscular guys with shaved heads and tattoos,” Bild said in their report.
UPDATE: (July 23, 2016) Rumors swirling today that Jeb Bush may announce that he will vote for Gary Johnson, joining the smoking car on the Libertarian train to nowhere No word yet from Bush the elder, Bush the brother or mama Bush.
Former Republican Presidential nominee Willard Mitt Romney said recently he would not vote for presumptive nominee Donald Trump in the general election in November and would consider voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson.
Romney’s running mate in 2012, Paul Ryan, has also been described as a Libertarian, although he votes as a Republican. His consideration to vote for Johnson, Romney explained, is because he doesn’t regard Donald Trump as a true conservative. Johnson ran against Romney in 2012 for the nomination.
Here’s what “true conservative” Gary Johnson believes, gleaned from press interviews: Continue reading “Bush & Romney warn they may vote Libertarian for Gary Johnson, recent CEO of Cannabis Sativa, Inc.”
As voters ponder their candidates for President, Bernie Sanders was asked this past week to release more than just one year of tax returns and Donald Trump hasn’t released any recent years’, because of an IRS audit.
However, if you are into examining tax returns, why not review the 2013 Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation IRS filings? Just click on: IRS 990 – December 2013 The 83-page document can be viewed or downloaded.
Earlier years are available here:
The Clinton Foundation is huge, and has been on the Charity Navigator (CN) watch list until December 2015. The charity is currently not rated by CN for the following reason:
We had previously evaluated this organization, but have since determined that this charity’s atypical business model can not be accurately captured in our current rating methodology. Our removal of The Clinton Foundation from our site is neither a condemnation nor an endorsement of this charity. We reserve the right to reinstate a rating for The Clinton Foundation as soon as we identify a rating methodology that appropriately captures its business model, CN explained..
The watchdog group said that in accordance with their policy for removing charities from the CN Watchlist, Charity Navigator removed the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation Continue reading “At Last, Clinton Foundation Tax Return for 2013 allows you to examine how organization operates”