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Sen. Landrieu attempts to clarify the record but doesn’t

USA - September 10 2014 On Sunday, in Lafayette, LA, The Advertiser printed an opinion from Sen. Mary Landrieu entitled, "Sanctions, as written, will hurt La. workers."...

Bizarre sanctions battle brews in the Bayou

USA - September 6 2014 With the calendar turning to September, Sen. Mary Landrieu will be displayed prominently in election media coverage as an incumbent in the proverbial...

The auto sound and the OFAC fury

USA - August 4 2014 OFAC announced that it assessed a $4,073,000 penalty against California-based Epsilon Electronics Inc. Epsilon sells, among other things, audio and...

Robert Clifton Burns.

Mugabe’s Scottish castle in the sky

United Kingdom - July 24 2014 The Herald, a Mugabe mouthpiece owned by the Zimbabwean government, recently criticized former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in two articles for...

OFAC gores Red Bull for skateboarding in Havana

USA, Cuba - July 2 2014 Last Friday, OFAC announced that Red Bull North America, Inc. ("RBNA" or, when we're feeling informal, "Red Bull") agreed to pay $89,775 to settle...

Robert Clifton Burns.