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Black Lives Matter Bought $32 Million in Stocks

Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) has filed its long-awaited tax return for 2020, when it says it raised $90 million. The big question was what happened to...

Elitist JPMorgan Chase Board Confronted Over China, Paris Agreement

On Tuesday, National Legal and Policy Center presented a resolution at JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s annual shareholder meeting that would require the company take steps to...

USA TODAY: NLPC in ‘Long Overdue’ Fight Against Corporate Wokeness

In a front-page article (pay wall) published on Friday, May 13 by USA Today, reporter Jessica Guynn writes about conservative groups increasing their involvement at annual...

Verizon Slammed for Pushing CRT on Employees, Funding Extremists

On Thursday, National Legal and Policy Center presented a resolution at Verizon Communications Inc’s annual shareholder meeting that would require greater transparency and...

NLPC Targets Oil Giant ConocoPhillips over Carbon Tax Advocacy

On Tuesday, National Legal and Policy Center presented a resolution at ConocoPhillips Company’s annual shareholder meeting that would require greater transparency and itemization...

What Will Veterans Groups Do About the Charmain Bogue Scandal?

On March 24, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Inspector General released a report on violations of ethics rules by Charmain Bogue, a high department official, who resigned...

NLPC to Colgate-Palmolive: Stop Funding Al Sharpton’s Demogoguery

This morning National Legal and Policy Center presented a resolution at Colgate-Palmolive Company’s annual shareholder meeting that would require greater transparency and...

NLPC Chairman Confronts Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

Peter Flaherty, chairman of National Legal and Policy Center, presented the organization's shareholder proposal to separate the roles of chairman and CEO at the annual meeting of...

Shareholder Activist Wants Warren Buffett to ‘Save’ Capitalism

Peter Flaherty, Chairman of the National Legal and Policy Center, will today present a shareholder proposal to separate the roles of Chairman and CEO at the Berkshire Hathaway...

WV Treasurer Calls on Unilever to End Ben & Jerry’s Israel Boycott

West Virginia Treasurer Riley Moore (pictured above) on Wednesday called on Unilever to end the boycott against Israel currently being conducted by its subsidiary Ben &...

NLPC Highlights 1993 – 2021

2021- NLPC exposed that Hunter Biden’s art dealer received an inordinate amount of COVID “loans” after Biden became president.

 

2021- Following NLPC’s exposé that Black Lives Matter (BLM) cofounder Patrisse Cullors owned four homes, she was forced to resign from the group.

 

2020- NLPC exposed that the University of Pennsylvania, home of the Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, received $67 million in donations from China, including $22 million that were anonymous, which the University failed to disclose.

 

2019- NLPC alleged in a Federal Election Commission Complaint that Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) directed most of her campaign spending to a political consultant she would soon marry, and used campaign funds for personal travel.

 

2019In a Complaint to the Internal Revenue Service, NLPC detailed how a nonprofit headed by Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, wife of Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), served as conduit for private benefits of the Cummings. Mrs. Cummings lost the election to replace her husband following his death.

 

2019- NLPC filed a Complaint with the Federal Election Commission, currently pending, alleging that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) secretly funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to Congressional candidates to circumvent disclosure.

 

2018 – NLPC initiated a constitutional challenge to Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Rejected by U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, the suit nonetheless raised questions about Mueller’s actions and legitimacy.

 

2016- NLPC exposed five instances of “pay to play” involving the State Department and the Clinton Foundation, including one that was the basis for a front-page Washington Post story.

 

2013-2016- Through dozens of stories in the New York Post, New York Times and New York Daily News, NLPC exposed New York corruption, resulting in the prosecution of three state senators, including two former state Senate presidents, and several other politicians.

 

2015- In New York, ex-Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and ex-Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, were convicted on corruption charges. The prosecutions resulted from the disbanding of the “Moreland Commission,” established in response to NLPC-generated headlines.

 

2015- Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) was indicted as a result of info exposed through a front-page New York Times story, provided by NLPC on an exclusive basis.

 

2014- In response to NLPC’s request, General Motors recalled 1.3 million vehicles with a power steering defect.

 

2010- Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) was censured by the entire House of Representatives. NLPC exposed his failure to report or disclose rental income from his beach house in the Dominican Republic, which led to a more far-reaching scrutiny of his finances.

 

2010- Rangel resigned as Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee after he was admonished by the House Ethics Committee for leading a Caribbean junket in violation of House rules. The Committee’s action was based on NLPC’s photographs and audio recordings made by Peter Flaherty, an univited observer on the trip.

 

2009- Al Sharpton was fined $285,000 by the Federal Election Commission as a result of an NLPC Complaint for running an “off the books” presidential campaign.

 

2007- Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) sold back land to a developer a day after NLPC alleged in a Complaint to the Senate Ethics Committee that the original sale was a “sweetheart” deal.

 

2006-2010- NLPC exposed cozy financial dealings between Rep. Alan Mollohan (D-WV) and recipients of his earmarks. Mollohan resigned as Chairman of the Ethics Committee. In May 2010, Mollohan lost re-election in the Democratic primary.

 

2005– The New York Stock Exchange ended its support for Jesse Jackson’s groups after NLPC protests.

 

2004– Two PACs associated with Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) were fined $21,000 as a result of an NLPC Complaint to the FEC.

 

2004– As a result of NLPC Complaints filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC), Al Sharpton was fined $5,500 and forced to return $100,000 in presidential campaign matching funds.

 

2003– NLPC exposed the Boeing Tanker Deal Scandal, eventually sending two Boeing executives to jail, and saving taxpayers at least $4 billion.

 

1999– NLPC broke a scandal involving the taxpayer-funded Legal Services Corporation (LSC), which was grossly inflating the number of cases it claimed to handle.

 

1996– NLPC exposed then-FDA Commissioner David Kessler for overbilling on his expense reimbursements. Kessler resigned soon after. In his 2001 book, Kessler said NLPC “brought me as close to despair as I have ever been.”

 

1993– NLPC successfully sued Hillary Rodham Clinton’s secret health care task force to open its meetings and records. In their 2003 books, both Hillary and Sidney Blumenthal acknowledged NLPC’s role in sinking her plan.