Colorado’s Innovative “Portable” Background Check Law Fails to Deliver for Renters

Denver, CO — In an effort to streamline the housing application process and reduce costs for renters, Colorado implemented a law in 2021 allowing for the portability of rental background checks. However, the initiative appears to have fallen short of its objectives, with many renters and landlords continuing to navigate an inefficient and expensive system. Under the law, a renter can use one background check for multiple rental applications within a 30-day period. Proponents argued that this system would reduce redundant checks, saving time and money for prospective tenants. However, nearly two years later, significant … Read more

Trump’s $60 Bible Sales Soar as Biden Fails to Embrace Faith

Washington, D.C. – As the 2024 presidential election approaches, a question arises for patriotic American voters: How many $60 Bibles has Joe Biden sold? The answer is surprising – zero. Unlike former President Donald Trump, who proudly promotes and profits from the sale of endorsed Bibles, Biden’s apparent lack of involvement with such religious merchandise raises doubts about his faith. Trump’s endorsement of the “God Bless the USA” Bible, which may be bound in real leather, exemplifies the marriage between faith and capitalism that has made America great again in the eyes of many Christians. … Read more

Lack of New Laws Fails to Prevent Rampant IP Infringement in NFTs, US Gov Report Reveals

Washington, D.C. – In a recent report, the U.S. government stated that intellectual property (IP) infringement is widespread in the booming market of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). However, contrary to popular belief, the report suggests that new laws may not be necessary to address this issue. NFTs have gained significant attention in the art and digital asset industry, with high-profile sales grabbing headlines. However, concerns have been raised about the potential for IP infringement within this market. A comprehensive examination conducted by the U.S. government explored the prevalence of such infringements and the potential need for … Read more

Justice Denied: Mississippi Grand Jury Fails to Press New Charges in the Infamous Emmett Till Murder Case

Tallahassee, Florida – On February 23rd, a grand jury in Mississippi chose not to bring any new charges in relation to the 1955 killing of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African American boy. Despite recent efforts to reopen the case, the decision reaffirms the lack of justice for Till’s brutal murder, which played a significant role in the civil rights movement. Till was visiting relatives in Money, Mississippi, when he was accused of whistling at a white woman. This alleged interaction led to his abduction, torture, and eventual murder. Despite overwhelming evidence against them, Till’s two … Read more