Oh, wait, there’s more. We have now learned that the supposedly highly principled American Civil Liberties Union apparently is in favor of banning books that don’t conform to the accepted views of at least one of its lawyers, a transgender man named Chase Strangio. The ACLU and Mr. Strangio’s discontent involves a book by Abigail Shrier called “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters.” In it, she makes the case that while adults should have the freedom to undergo medical transition, teenagers are a different matter. … [Read more...] about The left’s turn against freedom: Curb speech, ban books, make an ‘enemies list’
Author asks why his book was wrapped in plastic
Stephanopoulos, who was Bill Clinton’s communications director in the 1990s, was heavily criticized for the interview, both because of his aggressiveness with Schweizer and because he failed to disclose that he has donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation in recent years. … [Read more...] about Did Clinton Campaign Collude With George Stephanopoulos On Interview With ‘Clinton Cash’ Author?
It's in marked contrast to her coverage of the Trump White House, where she has asked President Trump whether he was a racist or thought slavery was wrong. She also accused him of fomenting a race war in the United States, and her pinned tweet thread on her Twitter page explains why she does not show "objectivity" in covering the current administration. … [Read more...] about April Ryan gushes over ‘brilliance’ of Obama in his latest stop on friendly book tour
All listed companies will have to publicly disclose its diversity statistics within one year of the SEC approving the rule. Companies that do not meet the requirements will not be subjected to delisting if they provide a public explanation of why they cannot meet those objectives. … [Read more...] about Nasdaq asks SEC for authority to require more diversity on boards of listed companies
THE LEGAL DREAM TEAM Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr., Simpson’s flamboyant lead attorney, died of brain cancer in 2005 at 68. His refrain to jurors that “If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit” sought to underscore that the bloody gloves found at Simpson’s home and the crime scene were too small for the football legend when he tried them on in court. After the trial, that line became a national catchphrase. Following the trial Cochran expanded his law firm to 15 states and frequently appeared on television. He also became the inspiration for bombastic lawyer Jackie Chiles on the TV sitcom “Seinfeld.” … [Read more...] about O.J. Simpson murder trial key players: Where are they now?