McAuliffe's Shady Business Past 'What China Threat?' the Chinese Ask Press Wars?
National Review's Byron York takes on DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe, accusing him of shady business dealings: "In the late 1990s, some of McAuliffe's business ventures came under investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor, which filed suit against two labor-union officials, both of them with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers pension fund, for entering into questionable business arrangements with McAuliffe. Both officials later agreed to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in penalties for their actions, and the union itself had to reimburse its pension fund by nearly $5 million."
According to China's government-sponsored China Daily, Chinese officials denounced a report issued to Congress by The U.S.-China Security Review Commission, claiming it had "very evil motives."
The Forward's Washington correspondent, Eli Kintisch, writes about getting booted from a panel discussion on "American Muslims in the Media."
'What China Threat?' the Chinese Ask