Florida Schools Forced To Display ‘In God We Trust’

Public schools in Florida must display the national motto, “In God We Trust,” starting this week. According to the Orlando Sentinel, public schools must display the motto in “a conspicuous place” under legislation sponsored by state Rep. Kimberly Daniels (D), who also leads a Christian…

The Omarosa zeitgeist is just a new spin on the same old distraction

In this week’s episode of “As The Donald Distracts,” our ongoing made-for-media drama produced and directed by the Trump White House, erstwhile sycophantic supporter Omarosa Manigault Newman has turned from trusted inner-circle advisor to fired-and-feared administration antagonist as she peddles her self-serving memoir, “Unhinged.” “I will…

The Importance of NEPA Review for Infrastructure Projects

In June 2017, President Donald Trump stood before a crowd at the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to discuss the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and declared, “Instead of rebuilding our country, Washington has spent decades building a dense thicket of rules, regulations and red…

Trump singles out his critics, threatens to use power of the state against them

In a strikingly authoritarian move, President Trump announced on Wednesday that he has stripped former CIA Director John Brennan’s security clearance, and is considering taking the same action against a group of current and former officials who have nothing in common beyond being some of…

Medicaid work requirements to cause over 5,000 low-income Arkansans to lose health care

In Arkansas, residents on Medicaid need to report 80-hours-a-month of work or service online to keep their health insurance under new requirements. So far, more than 5,000 people have failed to do so, jeopardizing their continuous coverage. About 5,426 people who qualify for the public…

UAW bribery predated 2009, lawyer for former Fiat Chrysler executive tells court

In a sentencing memorandum, the lawyer for Alphons Iacobelli asserted that the bribery of UAW officials dates back “many years” earlier than has so far been charged by federal prosecutors, and involves many more officials. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

Maryland accepts ‘legal and moral responsibility’ for ‘mistakes’ that led to football player’s death

In a stunning press conference on Tuesday afternoon, the president of the University of Maryland’s flagship campus said the school accepts “accepts legal and moral responsibility for the mistakes that our training staff made on the fateful workout day of May 29,” mistakes which led directly…

Government releases plan to reunite separated families but puts ACLU in charge

In a late night court filing Thursday, the Trump administration finally filed its “plan” to reunite deported immigrant parents with children taken from them at the U.S.-Mexico border under President Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy — hours after a court-imposed deadline to do so had already passed….