An Estimated 2 Million Ballot Images from the 2020 Election Were Illegally Erased in Georgia

An estimated 2 million original ballot images from the 2020 Election were destroyed illegally in Georgia since the election. This is illegal and yet no one has been arrested or held accountable. Back in November, 2021, VoterGA, an election integrity group based in Georgia, reported that 74 counties in Georgia couldn’t produce their original 2020 … Read more

Introducing Airlink: South Africa’s Largest Airline

Despite operating aircraft with no more than 98 seats, Airlink is South Africa’s largest airline by fleet and flights. It is also the third-largest carrier in Africa, with more flights in February than Royal Air Maroc and Kenya Airways. Airlink has benefited from its independence from South African Airways (SAA) while launching multiple new routes … Read more

Improve Compliance Training With SMART Goals

5 ways to improve your compliance training The idea behind SMART goals isn’t just to seem “trivial” and…smart. It is to improve the entire goal setting system. It takes training goals from the realm of routine to actual effectiveness. You don’t just want courses that eat up your last minute budget. And you don’t want … Read more

Retaliation Against Jan 6 Prisoners at DC Gitmo- CORRECTIONS OFFICER CALLED OUT BY NAME! Shame on Them!

Nate DeGrave before January 6th and pretrial detention at DC Jail. We first published Political Prisoner Nate DeGrave’s letter last October. It has since gone viral around the world and attracted the attention of politicians like Newsmax Host Greg Kelly and Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX). In the follow-up letter below, Nate calls out Corrections Officers … Read more

Iraqi Airways Boeing 767 Damaged In Baghdad Rocket Attack

At least six rockets were fired at Baghdad International Airport (BGW) on Friday morning near sunrise. The attack has caused damage to, among other things, an Iraqi Airways Boeing 767 aircraft. Thankfully, no consequence have been reported. This morning, an Iraqi Airways Boeing 767 was severely damaged during a rocket attack on Baghdad’s civilian airport. … Read more

Universal basic income on California campuses?

Scott Myers-Lipton, a professor of sociology at San Jose State University, was dismayed to hear the same stories from his students semester after semester: students were routinely struggling financially; some were sleeping in their cars, “scared out of their minds” about their safety. Others were even spending nights in the campus library or the student … Read more

Qatar Airways Pilots Accuse Airline Of Faking Crew Hours

Qatar Airways has come under fire amid accusations that it is overburdening its pilots and ignoring complaints of fatigue. The pilots raised the alarm in anonymous testimony, citing safety breaches that could ultimately endanger the lives of passengers. Separately, employees accuse Qatar Airways of “silencing their mouths” on the Internet, as some fear any publicity … Read more

Congressional House Republicans are still in the Jan. 6 spotlight

Kurt Anderson/Atlantic: THE ANTI-VACCINE RIGHT BROUGHT HUMAN SACRIFICE TO AMERICA Since last summer, the conservative campaign against vaccination has claimed thousands of lives for no ethically justifiable purpose. One big difference between then and now is the probability of death. In sacrificial spectacles hundreds and thousands of years ago, almost all of those decided to … Read more