Someone in St. James, N.Y., converted their front yard into a sprawling, cursed shrine to Donald Trump: there's a large "TRU P" sign on the roof; a mailbox with a blonde wig, MAGA hat and Trump's face glued to the front; full-sized cardboard cutouts of the former president and wife Melania; and political signage galore.
Ex-president Donald Trump pulled one of his usual moves when he held a rally in Albuquerque, NM in 2019 – he stiffed the city with a whopping bill of $200,000. Staying in a downtown hotel, Trump's high bill included security costs, such as "blocking off parts of downtown, paying police officers overtime and covering the… READ THE REST
Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow and a loyal Trump supporter, went on Steve Bannon's podcast to declare in no uncertain terms that his god-emperor-in-exile will retake his rightful place in the oval office in August. "Donald Trump will be back in office in August," Lindell said, gesticulating at a video camera. "What I'm talking… READ THE REST
Audio of Trump's pathetic six-minute call to Frances Watson, Georgia's chief investigator of election fraud, trying to convince her that "something bad happened," has just been released. The call, made in December, was reported on all over the media in early January, but the audio hasn't been available to the public until now. "Something bad… READ THE REST
Skewers are about as primal an instrument as man has ever devised. In fact, a stick with a fashioned tip for just that type of open-flame cooking was found at a campsite believed to date back over 300,000 years. With all that research and development time, it would be easy to imagine that pretty much… READ THE REST
Even in this new age of home offices and remote employment, we still haven't really advanced the state of desk decor much, have we? The walls around you may have changed and your boss may have to Zoom you rather than casually eyeball your productivity during a judgmental walk-by, but the immediate desktop environment probably… READ THE REST
STEM jobs are expected to increase to more than 9 million next year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. With job markets still recovering from the COVID shutdowns and seismic shifts in scores of industries over the past year, it's no wonder that many parents are getting smart and deciding to get their… READ THE REST