Former California Rep. Randall “Duke” Cunningham Randy “Duke” Cunningham left Congress in 2005 as a disgraced felon after pleading guilty to a slew of charges, including tax evasion, mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit bribery. He served seven years behind bars for accepting at least $2.4 million in bribes, at one point reportedly even using a “bribe menu” showing the exact sums he would require to deliver a contract. … [Read more...] about Trump Pardons Cronies and Celebs Hours Before Leaving D.C.
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“I feel like I was basically following my president. I was following what we were called to do. He asked us to fly there. He asked us to be there. So I was doing what he asked us to do,” said Jenna Ryan, a Dallas-area real-estate agent who took a private jet to the January 6 rally and ensuing riot to disrupt the certification of the election of President-elect Joe Biden. … [Read more...] about Capitol Rioters Were Among Those Who Held Out Hope For A Trump Pardon And Didn’t Get It
Hair Stylist, Manicure, Pedicure, Specialist: Equivalent of a visit Barber: Haircut & shave equivalent or a gift Massage Therapist: Session equivalent or a gift Personal Trainer, Yoga, or Pilates Instructor: Some personal trainers may be offended by a monetary holiday tip, while others are not. Review their regular fees, and determine if you want to offer a monetary tip, a handwritten card, or a verbal thanks. Consider a gift or value of one session, or a week, depending on your frequency. Avoid unhealthy food gifts such as cheese or wine. Salon/Spas: Tipping may be prohibited at some all-inclusive salons or spas. Lifeguards/Swim Coaches: Some aquatic facilities prohibit tips. For example, a lifeguard may be required to decline a tip three times before they accept. Golf or Tennis Pro: Depending on the club or facility culture, many of these salaried employees don’t expect a tip. Some may be offended, others not so much. They regularly receive tips and holiday bonuses from … [Read more...] about Ultimate Holiday Tipping Guide In The Age Of COVID-19
Patrick Edward McCaughey III, 23, was charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers or employees, civil disorder, and violent entry or disorderly conduct for his role in the insurrection, according to the Department of Justice. He’s among hundreds of rioters who have been charged since Jan. 6, including a Texas real-estate agent who flew to the nation’s capital on a private plane and several members of far-right extremist groups. … [Read more...] about Feds Charge Capitol Rioter With ‘Barbaric’ Assault on D.C. Cop Using Police Shield
Gary Evan Hendler – President Trump granted a full pardon to Gary Evan Hendler. This pardon is supported by former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and the Office of the Pardon Attorney. In 1984, Mr. Hendler was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and dispense controlled substances and served 3 years’ probation for his crime. He is remorseful and has taken full responsibility for his criminal actions. In the 40 years since his conviction, Mr. Hendler has lived a law-abiding life and has positively contributed to his community. He is financially stable and owns a successful real estate business. Most notably, he has helped others recover from addiction. Since 1982, he has organized and led weekly AA meetings. He also has mentored many individuals on their journey to sobriety with his radio broadcasts. His former probation officer noted that Mr. Hendler had become “integral” in the lives of many members of the community who were dealing with substance … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Announces Pardons and Commutations for 143 People in Last Hours of Presidency