Is the Thrill Already Gone?
A new CNN poll shows that support for Joe Biden’s has dropped from 39 percent in April down to 32 percent in their latest survey that was released last Tuesday.
Now Biden has put his campaign into a tailspin
On Thursday, Biden tasted the wrath of the SJW Twitter mob for his support of the Hyde Amendment which barred the use of federal funds to pay for abortions except in certain cases like rape or incest. Via Reuters, “Biden reverses position on federal funding for abortion”:
Where will the moderate Democrats go when every one of their candidates abandons them to join up with the unhinged Left?
The U.S. Catholic Church spent $10.6 million on lobbyists to prevent victims of clerical sex abuse from suing for damages.
According to a new report, the money was doled out from 2011 through 2018 in eight northeastern states where bills to reform statute of limitations laws were either in the works or being considered.
“This report lays out what we have known all along — that the Catholic Church refuses to take responsibility for the decades of abuse that took place knowingly under its watch,” said attorney Stephen Weiss, who works for one of the law firms that commissioned the study.
There Will Always Be A Price To Pay
For Oberlin College, that price is at least $11.2 million and possibly more. For daring to object to Persons of Color shoplifting wine, Gibson’s Bakery was targeted by the progressive moonbats in the small college town of Oberlin. The social justice warrior students were sent out to protest like a swarm of flying locust in an attempt to drive the bakery out of business for being “racist.”
Oberlin College in Ohio will have to pay a nearby bakery more than $11 million in damages because it libeled the store, tagging it as racist, and interfered with its business, a jury said on Friday. The jury found the school and Oberlin’s vice president and dean of students, Meredith Raimondo, guilty of libel after Raimondo allegedly helped pass out flyers claiming that the bakery was “racist” and had a history of “racial profiling and discrimination.
”The worst part for Oberlin has yet to come, on Tuesday there will be a separate punitive damages hearing which could increase the award from $11 million to $33 million.