Fukushima Forever: Food Safety and Government Failings

On Saturday June 18, the Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPO) which operates the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plants, released a new report admitting the plant was grossly unprepared for the disaster. The report states workers had to borrow air compressors, batteries, and cables from local contractors all the while scavenge for protective gear and emergency manuals […]

Ghosts of War Crimes Past, Present and Future Haunt Retired Politicians

On April 24, 2010, lured to Malaysia and Singapore by a hefty £350,000 speaking fee, Tony Blair, the former prime minister of Britain, carefully hid from protestors armed with slippers to throw at him, as well as from a posse of delegates charged with serving Blair an indictment for war crimes.[1] In March Blair’s lucrative […]

High-ranking DIA official placed on leave after asking questions about a $1 billion airport renovation plan

Chief Financial Officer Stan Koniz said that he is being unfairly targeted after asking about Denver’s airport renovation plan.  Koniz says that he was told to quit or be put on investigatory leave.  He refused to quit and is now on leave, however, the police have also stated that he is not under investigation with […]