Author: Tim Meads

‘It’d Be Cheaper To Buy Cocaine And Just Run Everywhere’: Louisiana’s John Kennedy Delivers A Classic Line About Biden’s High Gas Prices

Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) has a reputation for telling it like it is, and the Oxford scholar delivered a classic line on Tuesday about the nation’s record-high gas prices. Kennedy joined Fox News’ Jesse Watters to discuss soaring inflation and the Biden administration’s dismal response to the economic woes that plague the country. “I don’t …

As Gas Prices Break Records, Energy Secretary Reads Poetry And Blasts Conservative State Legislatures In Pride Flag Ceremony

On Wednesday, a gallon of gasoline cost drivers more than $5.00 in 16 states plus Washington, D.C., but President Joe Biden’s Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm might not have seen that coming. Granholm was too busy bashing conservative state legislatures, bragging about the number of Department of Energy (DOE) political appointees who identify as …

The Rise and Fall of Michael Avenatti

Any time Tucker Carlson labels you as the Creepy Porn Lawyer (CPL) right to your face on the Fox News Channel, it is safe to say that for a large chunk of people in the court of public opinion, your reputation has gone down the drain.  Unfortunately for disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti — who is the …

‘Clear Material Breach Of Twitter’s Obligations’: Elon Musk Demands Answers About Fake Twitter Accounts, Threatens To Exercise ‘Right’ To Cancel Deal

Elon Musk’s legal team is accusing Twitter of violating its deal with the richest man on earth by withholding information about the number of bots on the platform, claiming that Musk is within his rights to terminate the agreement if the company does not provide the requested data. In late April, Twitter and Musk agreed …

Special Olympics Drops COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate In Violation of Florida Law After DeSantis Threatens $27.5 Million Fine

The Special Olympics has dropped its COVID-19 vaccine requirement ahead of its games in Orlando, Florida, after the state sent a letter to the organization threatening to fine it $27.5 million for violating state law. On Friday, the Special Olympics announced that athletes and other participants would no longer have to show proof of COVID-19 …