Facebook Slapped With Discrimination Against Americans Lawsuit

Anyone who knows people in tech companies hears the stories: companies hire people from overseas all the time in large part to keep from having to pay the high price for American talent. No matter what is said under oath in the Kabuki Theater known as Congressional hearings, it doesContinue Reading

Ohio AG Takes Aim At Google With Major Lawsuit

Government oversight can be a rather sticky wicket to undo when the need for it is finished, but in the case of internet and social media giants, an argument can be made for its necessity to protect freedoms guaranteed in our founding documents. Google, the most pervasive of all ofContinue Reading

Biden's Small Business Admin Sued

Discrimination happens every day, although not always due to race. Deciding factors could be schools attended, clothes worn, religion, any number of things regardless of the race hustlers telling us that only people of color ever suffer discrimination. Well, a white man with a Hispanic wife is suing the BidenContinue Reading

Unlike years past, presbyterian minister Patrick Mahoney will not be holding a Good Friday vigil on the west terrace of the U.S. Capitol. The Capitol police rejected his request. An email from Capitol Police to Mahoney obtained by Fox News said that the area where the minister wanted to holdContinue Reading

Mississippi Democrat With TDS

The January 6 invasion of the Capitol Building certainly is going to keep lawyers busy. Not only have lawyers been retained, and now released, regarding the impeachment of President Donald Trump over the incident, but now more lawyers are going to be needed as the first civil suit following theContinue Reading

This week, when the State of Texas filed suit against the States of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Georgia for changing their election laws illegally, little did so many on the fruited plain realize that this would be the case that almost a score of other states would sign on andContinue Reading

Utilizing a little known or used provision in Article III of the United States Constitution, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed suit against the states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, and Wisconsin in the U.S. Supreme Court for installing election rules and law unconstitutionally. The overriding law – the ConstitutionContinue Reading