Utah hunting guide charged with ‘illegally’ baiting bear which Donald Trump Jr shot

A hunting guide in Utah has been charged with illegally baiting a bear which was shot by Donald Trump Jr during a hunt in the state, a report says.Wade Lemon faces five years behind bars if convicted over the May 2018 killing, and prosecutors say there is no evidence that the former president’s eldest son would have known about the alleged baiting.Mr Trump is not named in court papers but his identity as the shooter was confirmed by the Utah Department of Natural Resources, according to The Utah Investigative Journalism Project and The Salt Lake City Tribune.Davis County Attorney Troy...
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Experts in Bias Still Possess Infinite Biases

All human beings, with no exceptions, possess infinite numbers of biases. There tends to be a misplaced focus on people's actual and perceived biases, rather than on their character and integrity to be impartial. It is unrealistic, unreasonable, and harmful to expect or imply that people can eliminate their biases.
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Herschel Walker left out millions in his financial report

Former Heisman Trophy winner and candidate for US Senate Herschel Walker (R-GA) speaks to supporters of former U.S. President Donald Trump during a rally at the Banks County Dragway on March 26, 2022 in Commerce, Georgia. This event is a part of Trump's Save America Tour around the United States. (Megan Varner/Getty Images)

Binance CEO refutes claims of insider trading as it floods the crypto market

A new Wall Street Journal report points to insider trading problems in the crypto industry. Following the Wall Street Journal expose, Binance CEO CZ states that the exchange has a zero-tolerance policy for insider trading and strives to maintain the highest possible standards. According to an analysis of public data,...

Florida Democratic Party files ethics complaint on Marco Rubio’s Twitter use

The Senator's use of @marcorubio, tweeting official Senate activities, spawns a complaint. The Florida Democratic Party has filed an ethics complaint against Republican Sen. Marco Rubio for allegedly using official U.S. Senate resources on his campaign’s Twitter account — citing the same rule that prompted a complaint against his possible Democratic challenger last year.

Smith outraising Fitzgerald in treasurer's race. Will it matter?

State Senator Roby Smith is on track to outspend State Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald, if the latest reports filed with the Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board are any guide. A news release from the Republican’s campaign boasted that its donations, totaling $213,391.15 so far this election cycle, “have set an...

Court to investigate leaked survey alleging misconduct among judges

WASHINGTON - Federal court officials in D.C. will investigate the public disclosure of a confidential employee survey detailing accusations that some judges subjected staff to gender discrimination, bullying and racial insensitivity. D.C. Circuit Chief Judge Sri Srinivasan informed colleagues of the planned investigation after The Washington Post on Monday published...

National Be A Millionaire Day

May 20th is National Be A Millionaire Day. It's a perfect day to sit back and wonder what your life would be like if you were a millionaire. We've all sat back and wondered what it would be like to live life on your own terms and still earn a comfortable living. Today is the day to sit back and figure out what we would do if we could achieve that.

Jan. 6 investigators want Georgia’s Loudermilk to explain pre-attack U.S. Capitol tour

The U.S. House panel investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol on Thursday asked Republican Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia to appear before the committee to answer questions about a tour of the Capitol that Loudermilk gave the day before the assault. But Loudermilk and the top Republican on the House Administration […] The post Jan. 6 investigators want Georgia’s Loudermilk to explain pre-attack U.S. Capitol tour appeared first on Kansas Reflector.

This is not a review of The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe

This is not a review of The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe. If you clicked on this thinking that it would, in fact, be a review of The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, I’m sorry to disappoint you, but that is not what this is. Unfortunately for me, who agreed to...

'Some leaders only want to hear the good news': politicians tell us how political careers can end

With the election almost upon us, thoughts are more than ever turned to political survival. While getting pre-selected and winning elections are the initial, difficult challenges of a political career, a major ongoing one is surviving in the treacherous galaxy of politics. As part of our study of political leadership, during 2021 we interviewed 13 politicians from across the Australian political spectrum. They included federal and state ministers, senators, federal and state members of parliament, and mayors of local government (for ethics reasons, participants are not named). As part of this, we looked at the complex reasons a leader’s political career...