Gay advocate Gregory Angelo was part of the movement to get corporations involved in social justice.
The practice of corporations weighing in on social and political controversies, almost always on the side of the Left, is commonplace — and drawing plenty of controversy. Today, a confession from someone who says he helped start the trend and now wants to say, "I’m sorry." Gregory Angelo: I think right there in a nutshell […]
The following is from Gallup News. Americans’ already negative assessments of the U.S. economy have become slightly worse in September, both in their perception of current economic conditions and their outlook for the economy’s direction. In this month’s update, 20% of U.S. adults say economic conditions are “excellent” or “good,” while 32% call them “only […]
The following information is from Judicial Watch.org. Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Justice for all records in the possession of FBI Supervisory Intelligence Analyst Brian Auten regarding an August 6, 2020, briefing provided to members of the U.S. Senate. Senators Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) and Chuck […]
The following is from The Defender. An industry lobbying group paid health professionals to promote aspartame on social media to counter the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recent assessment that the artificial sweetener is “possibly carcinogenic” and ineffective for weight loss. The payments, made as part of the American Beverage Association’s “Safety of Aspartame” campaign, represent a new tactic by the […]
Congress has until Saturday to enact a spending bill that would prevent a partial shutdown of the federal government. Forty percent (40%) of voters would rather have Congress avoid a partial government shutdown by authorizing government spending at a higher level. That's according to the latest Rasmussen Reports. Forty-eight percent (48%) would prefer a partial government […]
In light of National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) recent failure to detect or prevent misuse of grant funding, Health and Oversight Subcommittee Republicans are requesting that the Government Accountability Office (GAO) study NIH's effectiveness in overseeing such funding. At issue is taxpayer money awarded to the controversial nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance, which engaged in risky partnerships […]
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and 45 of his Republican colleagues are calling on the Democrat leder of the Senate, Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to reverse his recent decision to loosen Senate dress code rules. Schumer recently announced that the chamber’s Sergeant-at-Arms, which acts as the Senate’s official clothing police, will no longer enforce a dress code […]