Leid Stories Stories and news that affect us all

March 29, 2019  

It's "Free Your Mind Friday" on Leid Stories--which means it's time to clear your head of opinions and ideas you're dying to share.

Here's your chance to go on the record. Call 888-874-4888  your head and free your mind.

March 28, 2019  

Haitian authorities continue their investigation into a group of heavily armed men--including five U.S. citizens, two other foreigners and a Haitian national--who the government said were merceneries it captured while on a mission to get  $80 million in petro cash out of the country.

Trump threatens Russia: "Get your troops out of Venezuela now!" 

The president thought it was a clever move: Get millions of dollars Congress denied him for The Wall by raiding the coffers of several federal agencies. But now the Pentagon, which allocated $1 billion of its budget to help build The Wall is now asking for $2.5 billion more in additional funding to cover the cost of "underfunded priorities."

March 27, 2019  

Continuing with yesterday's discussion, we get real about what we can do about the mess we're in.

March 26, 2019  

The same people who've been messing things up for the rest of us are the ones telling us to trust them to put things right. Should we?

Leid Stories picks up from where we left off yesterday, looking at major problems the nation must now deal with because of dim-witted policies of the Trump administration.

March 25, 2019  

Leid Stories takes a deeper look at news stories and issues that developed over the weekend but will have significant impact or fallout for quite a  long time.

March 22, 2019  

It's "Free Your Mind Friday" on Leid Stories, our weekly open forum for the exchange of information, opinions and ideas.

There's an issue weighing on your mind. You about have a strong point of view about it. Well, let's hear what you're thinking. 

Call 888-874-4888, run it up the flagpole and see who salutes.

March 21, 2019  

Leid Stories listeners offer their analyses of current news issues and developments that are having wide-ranging impact.




March 20, 2019  

Leid Stories asks why President Donald Trump's mental fitness--which continues to be of major concern to a widening circle of mental-health and psychiatric professionals, political and military leaders, foreign heads of state, and Americans--appears now to be a nonissue about which there is no need for national debate or action.

March 19, 2019  

Retired Wall Street banker Charles Ortel for several years has been examining the innards of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation (the Clinton Foundation), concentrating on its financials, corporate structure and various "philanthropic" projects it has undertaken all over the world.

His self-directed investigations have led him to conclude that the foundation, which raked in staggering amounts of money in "donations" to fund foundation projects, not only was a money mill for the Clintons, but is "the largest unprosecuted fraud in U.S. history."

At first it seemed Ortell's investigations were being ignored by authorities. But the meticulousness of his research and the shocking findings it produced soon attracted the attention of investigators and prosecutors worldwide. They quietly started doing their own digging.

Ortel files his latest report and findings on the Clinton Foundation. There is strong evidence, he says, that the curtain is finally descending on the Clintons and their global, multimillion-dollar "charity" schemes.

March 18, 2019  

Burials continue for the released bodies of adults and children who were among 50 killed by a lone gunman who attacked two mosques last Friday in the Christchurch area of New Zealand. Dozens more were wounded.

Brenton  Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian man, has been charged in connection with the attacks; he is due in court on April 5.

Leid Stories has been reporting on the Clinton Foundation and the myriad ways it went deeply afoul of the law with impunity. Retired Wall Street banker Charles Ortel, a retired Wall Street investment banker, for years has been examining the innards of the foundation's financials and corporate structure. He has declared the foundation to be "the largest unprosecuted fraud" in U.S. history.

Ortell, an expert in charity fraud, discusses signs that prosecutors are bringing down the curtain on the foundation and its principals.

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