An EMT checks on a student in the observation area during a pop-up Covid-19 vaccination clinic at James Jordan Middle School in Winnetka, Calif. | Mario Tama/Getty ImagesAn EMT checks on a student in the observation area during a pop-up Covid-19 vaccination clinic at James Jordan Middle School in Winnetka, Calif. | Mario Tama/Getty Images

When poet William Wordsworth wrote, “The child is the father of the man” in 1802, he most likely could not envision a time when children’s innate wisdom would surpass that of their parents. He probably never thought there would come a time when children would be the ones to promote... Read More »

Ivermectin drug

This past week, four inmates at the Washington County Detention Center (WCDC) in Arkansas filed a lawsuit after unknowingly taking Ivermectin, a livestock deworming drug, prescribed to them by the jail as a COVID-19 treatment. The WCDC, under the direction of Washington County Sheriff Tim Helder, hired Karas Correctional Health,... Read More »

U.S. House Select Committee on Jan. 6th Chairman Representative Bennie Thompson (D-MS), with members, including Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), meet to vote on whether Mark Meadows, who served as former President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, should be cited for contempt of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. December 13, 2021. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters

In a statement of just 216 words, the Supreme Court of the United States, in an 8-to-1 decision, denied former President Trump’s request to block the release of National Archive documents to the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capital. In an unsigned... Read More »

football player praying

After every football game, a high school coach in Washington State knelt on the 50-yard line and prayed. He was often joined by a majority of his team. But when the parents of an atheistic player complained, the school district ordered the coach to stop his prayer sessions. He refused... Read More »

Attorney General Dana Nessel

Republicans in seven states submitted Electoral College certificates saying they were the “duly elected and qualified electors” for Donald Trump, who won their state’s 2020 Presidential elections. He did not and they were not. While several states are investigating these falsehoods, Michigan is the first to consider filing criminal charges... Read More »

Kim Kardashian

Digital tokens and mega-celebrity social media plugs led to a class action suit from the Central District of California. Major big-name celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Floyd Mayweather, Jr., NBA star Paul Pierce, and company EthereumMax, are facing the lawsuit for an alleged pump and dump scam. Court documents accuse... Read More »

Kanye west

If a celebrity readily admits guilt to punching someone, what are the repercussions? And, if that celebrity suffers from bipolar disorder, what does that mean for him if he is charged with a battery offense? These questions will be addressed as investigators named Kanye West, 44, now known as Ye,... Read More »

baseball game

A mom, Monica Mayes, went to a ballgame to see her son play. While sitting in a grassy area along the third-base line, she got hit in the face with a ball and suffered serious injuries, including skull fractures and brain damage. Since 1935, California courts have ruled that spectators... Read More »

Navient offices

Tens of thousands of student loan borrowers may be eligible for student loan forgiveness. However, it won't be at the hands of the government as many have longed for. Instead, it will be because of a substantial settlement brought on due to a lawsuit against one of the nation’s biggest... Read More »

New York City council member Ydanis Rodriguez speaks during a rally on the steps of City Hall to allow lawful permanent residents to cast votes in municipal elections on 9 December 2021 in New York. Photograph: Mary Altaffer/AP

Several New York Republicans are taking legal action against a recent New York law that will allow roughly 800,000 non-citizens to vote in local elections. The lawsuit which was filed in Staten Island Supreme Court on Monday asks the courts to block the City Board of Elections and the city’s... Read More »

Screenshot of video released by Jennifer Read, Right: Screenshot of video released by Kyle Carruth attorney David Guinn

A domestic dispute which turned deadly has now sparked a wrongful death lawsuit by the widow of the man shot. At the heart of the lawsuit is the claim that the killing was unjustified and was the result of a child custody dispute between the victim 54-year-old Chad Read, his... Read More »

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