A Kentucky lawyer involved in a half-a-billion-dollar Social Security disability fraud scheme has pleaded guilty.
“Classy” women are sending a giant replica of the female reproductive anatomy stuffed with letters asking President Donald Trump, “Why are you so mean?”
Small businesses are pleading the Trump administration to delay an onerous Obama era regulation requiring calorie labeling on menus, violations of which can carry jail time for mislabeling food.
The University of Arizona is encouraging college students to cry “ouch!” when they hear something offensive, make artwork about race relations, have story time, play four corners, and take a “time out” if they feel uncomfortable.
The Virginia Military Institute, which caused controversy for offering coloring books to cadets for stress, now has mindfulness meditation courses the school calls “Modern Warriorship.”
The Trump administration will end federal involvement with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, according to Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.
Environmental Protection Agency employees are being encouraged to attend another “resist” rally by two agency unions.
The Social Security Administration paid a judge for four years after he was arrested for assault, costing taxpayers $500,000.
Fake professor Melissa Zimdars argued that fat women are a bigger threat to the male patriarchy because they “physically take up more space.”
Fake professor, feminist, and activist Melissa “Mish” Zimdars has deemed the Washington Free Beacon “fake news” on a list that is now being distributed as a media guide by Harvard University.