# National news
Journalism: The Difference Between Entertainment Publishing and News
What was it like to be a journalist before computers and social media?. Some readers are young enough that they might not realize that yes, there was a time when reporters didn't have the internet, and this was the not-so-distant past. If you were born after the advent of the internet, you might be under the mistaken impression that the internet is what journalists use to do their job. Surprise! It's not our primary tool.
Fox News is Being Sued Again This Time by Election Company Smartmatic and It's a Hard Lesson in Facts vs Punditry
On March 8th of this year, a judge determined that the Smartmatic lawsuit filed initially in 2021 could move forward, as with the Dominion lawsuit already in progress. This marks the second election company to sue Rupert Murdoch's Fox News in a larger, which is a more expansive lawsuit than the in-progress suit Dominion filed against Fox News. Smartmatic's suit claim amount? $2.7 Billion. This is almost twice that of the Dominion suit, whose claim sits at $1.6 Billion. Punitive damages, however, might result in a much larger award to Dominion should it win its suit against Fox News and owner Rupert Murdoch. The same could happen in Smartmatic's suit.
Abraham Lincoln on Enemies and Friends - Taking Guidance in Difficult Times from the 16th President of the U.S.
While the bumpy state of the times we're living through might have all of us feeling as if we're old enough to have lived during US president Abraham Lincoln's tenure, we need to look back 30 times in the US presidential history to position No.16 of 46. The advice that No.16 gave his young country's population was arguably wise and is still valid in our own times.
Objects 2, 3, 4 Shot Down Over North America Last Week by US Navy and NORAD Called 'Not Chinese' by US President Biden
US National security often requires that the intelligence community withhold details when events involving military action occur in North America so as not to advertise to US non-allies what the US knows and what actions it is taking to protect itself or gather intelligence about its adversaries. This is common in many first-world countries.
News About a Costly Judgement, Rude Congresspersons, Greenspace and ...now Soylent Green?
#5Do liberal cities burn fetuses to power their streetlamps and homes?According to this one Congressional Witness they do:. Like any good fictional theater, the House GOP got to hear testimony during a Congressional hearing on abortion access.
Baker Who Refused to Bake Cake for Lesbian Couple Wins Court Case
While a Colorado baker continues to challenge a ruling over violating state anti-discrimination laws by refusing to make a cake for a gender transition, a California baker has just had her court case ruled in her favor. Cathy Miller is the owner of Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield, California, and the lawsuit stemmed from Miller's refusal to make a cake for a lesbian couple's wedding. This case has been in and out of court since 2018.