The internet has banded together to universally condemn now widely recognized moron/Deadspin writer Carron J. Phillips after he attempted to cancel a Native American child for wearing face paint and a headdress to a Chiefs game.
On Black Friday, Nov. 24, one of the busiest days of the year, workers at Amazon fulfillment centers and warehouses located at multiple locations across Europe walked out in protest against the U.S. e-commerce giant's labor practices.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is forcing students and faculty to take a training course titled “LGBTQ+ 101” that pushes radical claims such as that it’s an “act of violence” to use the birth name of an individual who identifies as transgender.
Two expulsion resolutions — one from Democrats and another from Republicans — were made “privileged” on Tuesday, compelling the chamber to schedule a vote within 48 hours, after the release of a House Ethics Committee report heavily criticizing Santos.
Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti led a coalition of 17 Republican attorneys general to press the Biden administration over a proposed Health and Human Services rule that they say could compel foster care providers to facilitate transgender procedures on minors.
As expected, Q3 Real GDP was revised upwards to 5.2% annualized. Of course, this shatters JKP’s talking points that Biden inherited a train wreck of an economy from Trump. Q3 2020 Real GDP grew at over 30%.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has initiated a thorough investigation into the stabbing of Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, at an Arizona state prison, authorities confirmed Tuesday.
The former general registrar of Prince William County, Virginia, Michele White, has been indicted on three grand jury charges related to allegedly altering election results during the 2020 election. The charges stem from her alleged violation of the law between August and December 2020. White’s trial is set to begin on January 16, 2024, and could last up to January 26.
White resigned abruptly in 2021 without an explanation. The Virginia attorney general’s office announced the indictments last year, but details regarding the alleged actions were not provided. Just the News obtained documents from the Prince William County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office, which provided additional information about the charges against White. The lawyer stated that the Attorney General’s office alleges that White altered election results within the state reporting system, VERIS, and that her alterations resulted in the false reporting of the election results from Prince William County.
The court ordered the unsealing of the November 2020 election records later in March for both the prosecution and defense to inspect and copy. The defendant’s notice and motion for a bill of particulars also filed in March, claiming that the indictment against White “does not provide enough information for undersigned counsel to identify with particularity the criminal conduct alleged by the Commonwealth in each of the three indictments.” The alleged willful neglect of duty and corrupt conduct occurred between Aug. 1, 2020, and Dec. 31, 2020, according to the grand jury indictments.
Sandy Hook families who won nearly $1.5 billion in legal judgments against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for calling the 2012 Connecticut school shooting a hoax have offered to settle that debt for only pennies on the dollar — at least $85 million over 10 years.
The offer was made in Jones' personal bankruptcy case in Houston last week. In a legal filing, lawyers for the families said they believed the proposal was a viable way to help resolve the bankruptcy reorganization cases of both Jones and his company, Free Speech Systems.
But in the sharply worded document, the attorneys continued to accuse the Infowars host of failing to curb his personal spending and “extravagant lifestyle,” failing to preserve the value of his holdings, refusing to sell assets and failing to produce certain financial documents.
In its last two quarterly reports to the Arizona state legislature, the Secretary of State’s office reported that over 78,000 individuals have been identified on our state’s voter rolls as noncitizens or nonresidents. This number includes:
Over 53,200 individuals who were reported to have been issued a driver’s license or the equivalent of an Arizona nonoperating license ID in another state.
Over 1,300 individuals who admitted to not being a U.S. citizen on a jury questionnaire.
Over 23,600 individuals who admitted to not being a resident of a county on a jury questionnaire.