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The Covington High School Student, Nicholas Sandmann, Will Likely Lose His Lawsuit Against The Washington Post and CNN

Nicholas Sandmann, a 16-year-old student who attended Covington High School in Kentucky, participated in a trip to Washington DC with some of his fellow students to look at historical sites. Many of the students had purchased red “Make America Great Again” (“MAGA) hats to express their conservative views and on January 18th of this year, the group found themselves at the Lincoln Memorial. Just before arriving at the Lincoln site, the group had been confronted by a militant and foul-mouthed group identified as the…

Imane Fadil, an Italian model, 34, died on March 1st in a Milan hospital: Was she poisoned by Former Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi?

Imane Fadil, an Italian model, 34, died on March 1st in a Milan hospital, a month after being admitted with stomach pains. At the time she said she had been poisoned. Former Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi who was famous for throwing sex parties (called “Bunga Bunga”) is a suspect. Some think she was murdered with a radioactive substance. Berlusconi has denied any wrongdoing. In 2012, Fadil had told reporters that she feared for her safety after telling prosecutors investigating possible witness tampering in the…

We recognize that a rising number of individuals are expressing and acting out on white supremacist ideals

President Donald Trump has downplayed the notion white nationalism was a growing threat. The president instead suggested white nationalists were "a small group of people." The extemporaneous comment came when the President was discussing his veto of the border resolution. Critics of the President were quick to respond. Rep. Bennie Thompson (Dem. Miss), sent a tweet that said, "Contrary to your misguided belief, @POTUS, white nationalism is very much a growing threat." Thompson’s tweet included a link to a…

Paul Manafort was sentenced just over six years in Second Federal Case; State Prosecutors Indict Him Today

Judge Amy Berman Jackson sentenced Paul Manafort to 73 months or just over six years. He was previously sentenced in Virginia to 47 months or just under four years. Jackson ordered that that part of her sentence is to run concurrently with the Virginia sentence. Brett Hume  had a different take on the spectacle. He said that Manafort is guilty “But there’s one thing that’s also true. None of this, none of this whole prosecution of him and the alleged crimes of obstruction of justice that he committed during the …

The Ivy League College Scandal: The universities are not victims here. “You can’t cheat an honest man.” – W.C. Fields.

Over 50 people were charged or indicted in a bribery college admission case. The defendants consist of many wealthy individuals including prominent actresses. For a list of who has been charged in this case, read here. OUR FREE OPINION We asked a couple of our lawyer friends to respond to the spectacle with a critical eye towards the colleges. A sample of the responses is noted below. “What’s really surprising is that the admissions scandal was based on exploiting an admissions preference for…

Figures from the Motion Picture Association of America Show that almost 70 Percent of the studios’ annual revenue from box office now comes…

Television executives from around the world arrived in Jerusalem on Monday for the kickoff of the annual Keshet INTV conference, the Jerusalem Post reported. Executives from Netflix, CNN, CBS, Amazon Studios and more “took part in interviews and panel discussions during the first day of the sixth annual conference at the YMCA in the capital.” They all agreed that international content (foreign productions) are hot items. Cindy Holland, vice president of original content at Netflix said, "We're trying to program for…

A Kansas doctor, Steven R. Henson, 57,  was sentenced to life in prison Friday after a federal jury found him guilty of causing the death of…

A Kansas doctor, Steven R. Henson, 57,  was sentenced to life in prison Friday after a federal jury found him guilty of causing the death of Nick McGovern in 2015. Henson was determined to have unlawfully prescribed the anti-anxiety drug alprazolam and methadone. The feds have  increased  prosecutions of doctors who allegedly are overprescribing opioids. OUR FREE OPINION According to the CDC overdose cases are on the increase. The agency notes the following: From 1999 to 2017, more than 700,000 people have…