Far too few fraudulent votes to change 2020 election

There were fewer than 475 potential cases of voter fraud in the six battleground states that former President Donald Trump disputed, far too few to change the results of the 2020 presidential election, The Associated Press reported Tuesday after a review of every flagged ballot. President Biden beat Trump in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, …

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A definition of happiness

“Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city”. (George Burns, quoted in Goodreads.com) My comment: Witty this is, but Epicurus would have demurred. He coveted his friendships and liked nothing better than to invite friends and acquaintances round for a simple meal and an intelligent discussion (free of party politics).

Why do men do this?

Along with various inalienable rights and governing principles, the tendency for men to talk over women has now been officially recognised by the US supreme court. Newly introduced rules to the structure of oral arguments are in place to address the issue of male justices and attorneys (extremely regularly) interrupting their female colleagues. Far from …

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Misrepresentation: the world’s great, burgeoning industry

Paper Truths is a weekly newsletter that combs some of the darkest corners of the internet for disinformation and misinformation, analyzing the strategies and tactics, providing the tools needed to fight back against bad actors’ narratives. Every week it focuses on the issues that are at the center of American politics, outlining the facts that …

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“Feminism has driven men to ‘pornography and video games”?

At a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on Competition Policy, Antitrust, and Consumer Rights, competition and consumers on September 21, Josh Hawley (Rep.Missouri) is quoted as opining that “The effort to combat toxic masculinity in the US has led men to consume more pornography and play more video games”. Later, speaking at the National Conservatism Conference …

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