As Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha ended a press conference yesterday, he picked up a bottle of alcohol disinfectant and sprayed the journalists in attendance. According to The Guardian, "He walked away from the lectern after evading a question about a possible cabinet reshuffle."
The Biden administration announced today that it will restore healthcare protections for gay and transgender people, reversing a Trump policy that excluded them from sex discrimination rules. … the Biden administration policy will bring HHS into line with a landmark 6-3 Supreme Court decision last year in a workplace discrimination case, which established that federal… READ THE REST
This scathing 9-minute look at the life Ted Cruz can be summed up in a quote by Craig Mazin, creator of the five-part miniseries Chernobyl and Ted Cruz's college roommate at Princeton: "Ted Cruz is a nightmare of a human being. I have plenty of problems with his politics, but truthfully, his personality is so awful… READ THE REST
In a barefaced, spiteful opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal, Ted Cruz told corporations who support Georgia's anti-democratic election laws that he will no longer accept their bribes in exchange for ignoring their malfeasance: This time, we won't look the other way on Coca-Cola's $12 billion in back taxes owed. This time, when Major… READ THE REST
A company's CEO is its true leader, heading up every move a firm makes. As befitting their position at the head of the table, CEOs reap the benefits when new projects and ideas succeed — and take the ultimate responsibility when they don't. But just as in every organization, success and failure have many contributors.… READ THE REST
You can have a house packed to the rafters with smart home technology. But if you don't have a quality router poised and ready to handle the load of a modern household, all those tech toys are…well, just that. Toys. Obviously, spotty Wi-Fi these days is unacceptable, so employing a top-notch piece of equipment like… READ THE REST
You can practically feel the excitement building. After more than a year locked up in our homes and trapped in our own isolated biospheres, vaccinations are happening, COVID restrictions are easing, and Americans seem poised and ready to take advantage of the world's imminent reopening. With summer right on our doorstep, that newfound exhilaration should… READ THE REST