Scandal-plagued HSBC shopped Congress for favorsNo officials offer to return bank's blood moneyBy Steve Peacock, WND (July 29, 2012)The fallout from the HSBC money laundering scandal continues to…Continue
Obama's USAID says information suddenly 'for internal purposes only'U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor, July 19, 2012Publicly available documents revealing the Obama administration’s unwieldy portfolio of…Continue
COVER-UP! Contracting system sanitized of Kenya documentsObama's USAID says information suddenly 'for internal purpose only'By Steve Peacock, WND.com, July 16, 2012Publicly available documents…Continue
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Steve Peacock is a freelance journalist who currently is a regular contributor to WND.com.
He also separately publishes U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor, an independently produced news site featuring unique reporting on U.S. foreign aid, overseas business subsidies, and other taxpayer-funded international ventures.
Peacock formerly covered Capitol Hill for Warren Communications News, the Washington, D.C.-based publisher of Communications Daily, Washington Internet Daily, and several other broadcast- and telecommunications-related investigative journals.
Peacock also is a memoirist, poet, creative writer, actor, and educator. An excerpt from his memoir-in-progress, "Play Dead, Roll Over," was selected as a finalist in Creative Nonfiction magazine's 2001 "Anger & Revenge" contest.
He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two daughters, with whom he is blessed to have nearby while he works from home and helps out with the family's home education program where possible.
My most recent contribution to WND, "Scandal-plagued HSBC shopped Congress for favors -- No officials offer to return bank's blood money" -- provides the big-picture analysis of how the disgraced bank HSBC attempted to influence key members of Congress.
For all of you New Jersey Tea Partyers, if you have not already seen it, check out "…Continue
COVER-UP! Contracting System Sanitized of Kenya Documents
By Steve Peacock, U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor (July 19, 2012)
My latest from U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor (article originally published via WND.com; rights have reverted back to the author, Steve Peacock)
The Obama administration’s solution to public school budget cuts and classroom overcrowding? Infuse millions of extra federal dollars into…Continue