It tells you something about the chaos engulfing the Trump administration that the U.S. airstrikes on Syria had to jostle for public attention with the voluminous news of the president’s scandals. Friday began with President… Read More
by Richard Spisak There are so many inherent logical flaws in their pleadings. It all seems to me, just too much nonsense. Much like the pleadings of poor little rich boys, accustomed to telling any… Read More
Eight in 10 companies and public-sector bodies pay men more than #women it was revealed, as hundreds of businesses scrambled to report their #gender pay gap before the government’s midnight deadline. Some eight years after… Read More
WASHINGTON — When Kevin Carwile arrived to run the #Justice Department’s death penalty unit in 2010, he had never prosecuted or sat through an entire capital punishment case. He was moved into the job after… Read More
I’ve heard the stories swirling around the President described in a number of ways: “scandalous,” “tawdry,” “unbecoming,” “tabloid trash.” But the word that first comes to my mind is “humiliating.” That the President of the… Read More
#Stormy Daniels‘ attorney asked a federal judge this morning for permission to depose President Donald J. Trump about his knowledge of an agreement to pay the porn star $130,000 a week and a half before… Read More
While many savage it, combined with the visuals it is quite powerful. Worth a click and watch.
The head of Britain’s equality watchdog has warned companies that they could be pursued through the courts if they fail to report their gender pay gap. Issuing a stark warning to the 5,000 companies that… Read More