US Senate Candidate Alan Grayson Loses Libel Lawsuit

The Second Amended Complaint also alleges that the same content appeared online, alongside other statements that Plaintiff: “used international government travel to drum up business for his hedge fund”; “used Congressional staff to work for the fund” (omitting the fact that the staffer worked for the fund when Plaintiff was not a member of Congress); … Read more

Enchanting Titles for All Ages

Do you know a budding equestrian or a child otherwise fascinated with horses? Have you ever been in the company of a child when passing or driving by a pasture of horses? The awe and wonder these creatures inspire in children is hard to deny. Learning about and caring for these animals can impart lessons … Read more

New York Times Columnist Gail Collins Proposes a ‘Simple Battle’ To ‘Get Rid of the Guns’

If we are “sick of massacres,” says the headline over Gail Collins’ latest New York Times column, we should “get rid of the guns.” Which guns? Collins herself is not sure. Sometimes she seems to be talking about the rifles that politicians call “assault weapons.” She refers a few times to “assault rifles” and mentions … Read more

DHS Investigating Threats To ‘Burn Down’ Supreme Court, Murder Justices If Roe v. Wade Overturned

A memo from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) purportedly shows the government is preparing for a wave of violence should the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wadeincluding threats to “burn down or storm” the building itself and even the murder of Supreme Court Justices. Remarkably, however, the memo reportedly goes on to state that … Read more

Resume Tips for Teachers Leaving the Profession

If you’re a teacher leaving the profession in search of a career that can give you more flexibility, creativity, and autonomy, you’ll need some resume tips for teachers to help you stand out from the crowd. Don’t think of yourself as “just a teacher.” Your experiences and skill set align with many jobs outside of … Read more

Oregon County Suing Voter Integrity Group To Stop Examination Of 2020 Ballots, Admits Systems Can Be Hacked!

In a stunning revelation, legal documents show Oregon elections officials have inadvertently admitted that voting systems are vulnerable to attacks even when not connected to networks. This comes via the confusing legal mess that voter integrity organization Clean Voter Rolls has found themselves in, thanks to their simple request to examine the ballots from the … Read more