Report: Facebook under investigation for ‘systemic’ racial discrimination practices

The United States government is reportedly investigating Facebook for racially discriminatory hiring and promotion practices.The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the government agency tasked with protecting the civil rights of employees, is leading the investigation, Reuters reported.What are the details?Lawyers representing Facebook operations manager Oscar Veneszee and three others who were denied jobs at the social media giant revealed the...

45 Law Enforcement Officers Shot in 2 Months…

2020 was a pretty rough year, pretty much for everyone and everything. And we all chalked it up to just that... a lousy year. We couldn't wait for it to be over and to get on with our lives, forgetting about the pain and misery left in...

ebay Bans The Resale Of Six Dr. Suess Books

After Suess Enterprises announced they would stop the publication of six Dr. Suess titles, prices exploded on eBay for vintage copies of the book. New copies were no longer available through major retailers such as Barnes & Nobles and Amazon, who warned buyers that four of the...

Biden Swims With Sharks and Gets Slaughtered by Democrats on Immigration

Joe Biden is slowly turning into a lone ranger as he keeps pushing executive orders and regulations that have no legislative support. He loves his executive pen so much that he just cannot stop dictating directives. It is the one source of power that he has to...

Aaron Rodgers takes a swipe at Gov. Newsom over coronavirus lockdown

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared to take a swipe at California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) over the pandemic lockdown on Thursday. Rodgers was being interviewed via Instagram video on the Zenith Watches account when he mentioned what he was doing to help businesses damaged by the lockdown. "I'm recently engaged, so I've been enjoying that part of my life....

Dr. Seuss books dominate Amazon bestseller list after some of late author’s works canceled

Dr. Seuss Enterprises' decision to stop publishing six of the late author's books over concerns of racism appears to have paid off. Amid the controversy over their action, Dr. Seuss books absolutely dominated Amazon's top 20 bestsellers list on Friday.What are the details?On Tuesday, the business in charge of the beloved author's estate put out a statement on Seuss's...

Three professors placed on leave over student petition against ‘casual racism’ in a 2014 Halloween photo

Three professors at the University of South Alabama were placed on leave after students began a petition to have them fired over "casual racism" displayed in a photograph from Halloween in 2014. University of South Alabama president Tony Waldrop said on Friday that there would be an independent investigation into the photograph that has since been deleted from the university's...

NY legislature passes bill stripping Cuomo of emergency powers, sending it to his desk to sign

The New York legislature officially passed a bill revoking Gov. Andrew Cuomo's (D) emergency powers on Friday, sending it to his desk for a signature. What are the details?CNN reported that all Democrats in both chambers voted for the measure, but all Republican members rejected it arguing that it "does not go far enough to curtail Cuomo's power." The...

Pastor under fire for sermon telling wives to ‘lose weight’ and look ‘hot,’ not ‘like a butch’

A Missouri pastor has taken a leave of absence from his church amid backlash after he went viral for a sermon where he made controversial comments telling married women how to keep up their looks, warning that otherwise their husbands might stray.Stewart-Allen Clark told the wives of his congregation that he doesn't expect them to look like former First...

Texas school district removes assignment about ‘chivalry’ after parents object to the rules imposed on female students

School district officials in Texas removed a lesson meant to teach students the rules of "chivalry" after parents expressed their outrage over the rules imposed on girls. The assignment was given to students of a Shallowater ISD high school classroom near Lubbock. The story went viral when a copy of the lesson was posted on Twitter on Wednesday. The...