Georgia New Governor Kemp Sworn In & 1st Agenda is to Protect GA Politicians from their Sexual Assault Crimes

By WXIA Staff via 11alive – Critics warn that new rules passed in the State Senate will make it harder, not easier, for victims of sexual harassment to come forward. Stopping sexual harassment is already a focus for Georgia’s new governor and state legislature, with the intent to prevent state legislators and employees from victimizing others. But, critics warn that a new set of rules … Continue reading Georgia New Governor Kemp Sworn In & 1st Agenda is to Protect GA Politicians from their Sexual Assault Crimes

The Supreme Court has Never had a Sealed Argument Until Now

By Katelyn Polantz via CNN: An unnamed, foreign government-owned company in a mystery court case is asking the Supreme Court to pause a grand jury subpoena it received related to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. The Supreme Court appeal comes after a federal appeals court ruling that ordered the company to comply with the subpoena, which required it to turn over “information” about its commercial … Continue reading The Supreme Court has Never had a Sealed Argument Until Now

Racist Anti-Immigrant Former Georgia Governor Candidate Charged with Insurance Fraud

By Joshua Sharpe & Greg Bluestein via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: State Sen. Michael Williams, who waged a controversial campaign for governor this year, was charged this week with making a false report that computer servers were stolen from his campaign office shortly before his last-place finish in the May primary. The indictment, obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, accuses the Forysth County Republican of insurance fraud, … Continue reading Racist Anti-Immigrant Former Georgia Governor Candidate Charged with Insurance Fraud

T-Day; The Day Trump Learned How to Tweet

By Ben Schreckinger via Politico: The content of the tweet @RealDonaldTrump posted on the night of Feb. 5, 2013, was bland: a simple thank you to the actress Sherri Shepherd for flattering comments she’d made about Trump on television. When Trump’s young social media manager saw the tweet, he was perplexed. He typically typed and sent Trump’s tweets for the boss, but in this case … Continue reading T-Day; The Day Trump Learned How to Tweet

It Appears, Jeffrey Epstein & Pro-Trump Lawyer Alan Dershowitz Both Accused of Human Trafficking

By Stephen Rex Brown via New York Daily News: A second alleged trafficking victim of Jeffrey Epstein says the billionaire pedophile “directed” her to have sex with Alan Dershowitz — a claim the prominent attorney adamantly denies. The revelation regarding Sarah Ransome’s allegations against the 80-year-old lawyer who represented the notorious sex offender is included in a public transcript available in Manhattan Federal Court.   … Continue reading It Appears, Jeffrey Epstein & Pro-Trump Lawyer Alan Dershowitz Both Accused of Human Trafficking

Pro-Trump Pastor Jerry Falwell Gave Hot Young Pool Boy $1.8 Million & Flew Him First Class on Personal Vacations While Promoting Anti-Gay “Christian Values” as Liberty University President

By Aram Roston via Buzzfeed: The prominent evangelical leader Jerry Falwell Jr. has for the first time acknowledged putting up $1.8 million for a business venture managed by a young pool attendant whom he and his wife befriended during a stay at a luxury hotel in 2012. BuzzFeed News first reported in May on a lawsuit that claimed the Falwells had developed a “friendly relationship” … Continue reading Pro-Trump Pastor Jerry Falwell Gave Hot Young Pool Boy $1.8 Million & Flew Him First Class on Personal Vacations While Promoting Anti-Gay “Christian Values” as Liberty University President

Only the Law is Above the Law

By Christal Hayes via USA TODAY: WASHINGTON – More than 80 ethics complaints filed about Brett Kavanaugh were dismissed Tuesday because his confirmation as a Supreme Court Justice means he’s no longer under the jurisdiction of the court’s disciplinary system. The 83 complaints varied but generally alleged that Kavanaugh lied during his confirmation hearings to the D.C. Circuit court in 2004 and 2006, more than a decade before … Continue reading Only the Law is Above the Law