Sat. Jul 13th, 2024

Category: Politics

Attempted Assassination Donald Trump Shot

Attempted Assassination Donald Trump Shot Gunman Killed at Trump Rally Shooting, Ex-President Wounded in Ear Shooter is killed by Secret Service, and Donald Trump says he felt bullet rip through…

Intel’s New Chip Tech is ‘like going from using horse-drawn carriages to using cars and trucks’

Intel’s claims New interconnect chiplet technology is ‘like going from using horse-drawn carriages to using cars and trucks’ Intel claims its optical interconnect chiplet technology is ‘like going from using…

What Is Jurisdiction? Jurisdition vs Venue?

What Is Jurisdiction? Jurisdition vs Venue? What Is Jurisdiction? Jurisdiction refers in general to a court’s ability and authority to decide a case brought before it. Jurisdiction Over Subject Matter…

Supreme Court Sides With Trump – Rules ex-presidents have broad immunity

Supreme Court Sides With Trump – Rules ex-presidents have broad immunity “Make no mistake,” said Justice Sonia Sotomayor, in a passionate dissent from bench, “the majority gives President Trump all…

AI Learns How to Use Wi-Fi Signals to See People Through Walls

AI can ‘see’ people through walls using WiFi signals ‘This technology may be scaled to monitor the well-being of elderly people or just identify suspicious behaviours at home,’ scientists claim…

Biden Lies Fact Checked Fact Checker

Biden Lies Fact Checked Fact Checker CHECK THE FACTS I ended cancer as we know it. Fact Check: #240 https://thefederalist.com/2022/03/08/heres-the-full-list-of-every-lie-joe-biden-has-told-as-president-part-three/ I almost lost my wife and corvette in a fire…

Historic Chiquita trials — and verdict — bear a big South Florida imprint

Historic Chiquita trials — and verdict — bear a big South Florida imprint This month a federal jury in West Palm Beach handed down a historic verdict. In what’s believed…

federal Judge Tosses Gun Possession Case Against Convicted Felon – United States v. Bullock

Federal Judge Tosses Gun Possession Case Against Convicted Felon United States v. Bullock Being convicted of a felony–even a violent one–is not enough to deprive someone of their Second Amendment…