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  • Dominion Voting Systems seeks to preserve posts from Fox News, others ahead of lawsuits

    02/05/2021 10:12:20 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 18 replies
    Al-Reuters ^ | February 4, 2021 11:19 PM | Helen Coster
    Dominion Voting Systems said on Thursday it had asked Facebook and other social media platforms to preserve posts and data from several conservative-leaning networks including Fox News as it pursues defamation claims that it rigged the 2020 presidential election. Lawyers for Dominion’s parent company sent letters to Facebook, YouTube, Parler and Twitter stating that the posts and data from Fox, Newsmax, One America News Network (OANN), former President Donald Trump and others are relevant to Dominion’s pending and forthcoming claims. Last month, Dominion filed defamation lawsuits against Trump’s lawyer Rudolph Giuliani and his former lawyer Sidney Powell. The company has...
  • Voting company sues Fox, Giuliani over election fraud claims [Smartmatic]

    02/04/2021 10:35:00 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 27 replies
    Dissociated Presstitutes ^ | February 4, 2021 | Joshua Goodman
    A voting technology company is suing Fox News, three of its top hosts and two former lawyers for former President Donald Trump — Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell — for $2.7 billion, charging that the defendants conspired to spread false claims that the company helped “steal” the U.S. presidential election. The 285-page complaint filed Thursday in New York state court by Florida-based Smartmatic USA is one of the largest libel suits ever undertaken. On Jan. 25, a rival election-technology company — Dominion Voting Systems, which was also ensnared in Trump’s baseless effort to overturn the election — sued Guiliani and...
  • Dominion sues pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell for defamation

    01/09/2021 6:38:49 PM PST · by E. Pluribus Unum · 43 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | JANUARY 08, 2021 | Alex Swoyer
    Dominion Voting Systems announced Friday it sued pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell, claiming she damaged the company’s reputation in her election lawsuits where she claimed votes in several swing-states were manipulated in favor of President-elect Joseph R. Biden. “Lies were told about government election officials, elections workers, and Dominion Voting Systems. Those lies have consequences. They have served to diminish the credibility of U.S. elections. They have subjected officials and Dominion employees to harassment and death threats. And they have severely damaged the reputation of our company,” said John Poulos, CEO of Dominion. “Today is the first step to restore our...
  • Trump campaign told to preserve all documents related to Sidney Powell and Dominion Voting Systems

    12/20/2020 3:42:54 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 65 replies
    CNN via MSN ^ | 12/20/2020 | Kaitlan Collins, Kevin Liptak and Pamela Brown
    President Donald Trump's campaign legal team sent a memo to dozens of staffers Saturday instructing them to preserve all documents related to Dominion Voting Systems and Sidney Powell in anticipation of potential litigation by the company against the pro-Trump attorney. The memo, viewed by CNN, references a letter Dominion sent to Powell this week demanding she publicly retract her accusations and instructs campaign staff not to alter, destroy or discard records that could be relevant. A serious internal divide has formed within Trump's campaign following the election with tensions at their highest between the campaign's general counsel, Matt Morgan, who...
  • JUST IN: Third Circuit Court of Appeals Grants Expedited Review For Team Trump’s Appeal in Pennsylvania

    11/24/2020 6:38:11 AM PST · by Candor7 · 25 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | 23 November 2020-1:01 pm | Cristina Laila
    The Third Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday granted an expedited review for Team Trump’s appeal in Pennsylvania. The Trump team’s legal brief must be filed on or before 4:00 PM today. ( photo of docket via article link )
  • ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Introduces First-Ever Non-Binary And Trans Characters With Blu Del Barrio And Ian Alexander

    09/02/2020 11:26:00 AM PDT · by EdnaMode · 81 replies
    Deadline ^ | September 2, 2020 | Dino-Ray Ramos
    The final frontier is continuing to bring audiences inclusive characters played by members of underrepresented communities in Hollywood. The third season of CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery will introduce the first non-binary and transgender characters in Gene Roddenberry’s iconic franchise that celebrates diversity via a sci-fi lens. Blu del Barrio will make their screen acting debut as the non-binary character Adira, who is highly intelligent with a confidence and self-assurance well beyond their years. They will find a new home on the USS Discovery and form an unexpected bond with Lt. Commander Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp) and Dr. Hugh...
  • Mysterious 5000 year-old sword discovered...

    03/26/2020 5:37:04 AM PDT · by SMARTY · 35 replies
    Fox ^ | March 25, 2020 | James Rogers
    "A doctoral student in Italy discovered an ancient 5,000-year-old sword in a Venetian monastery..."
  • Star Trek's Jason Isaacs is blocked by Captain Kirk

    11/27/2017 8:53:02 AM PST · by DFG · 50 replies
    Digital Spy via Yahoo ^ | 11/27/2017 | Rianne Houghton
    We have a lot of love for Star Trek: Discovery's Captain Gabriel Lorca. He's mysterious, stylish and brave enough to keep a Tribble on his desk – what's not to like? Unfortunately, that's a sentiment that Captain James T Kirk himself doesn't appear to agree with, as William Shatner has unceremoniously blocked Jason Isaacs on Twitter. Ouch.
  • Early Humans Sailed to Islands

    10/29/2019 7:24:08 AM PDT · by fishtank · 33 replies
    Creation Evolution Headlines ^ | 10-28-19 | David F. Coppedge
    Early Humans Sailed to Islands October 28, 2019 | David F. Coppedge Stone tools and bones on islands show that Neanderthals and other “archaic Homo” individuals must have sailed there. Paleoanthropologists have been wiping egg of their faces for years now, after continual findings reinforce the fact that Neanderthals were just as smart and capable as we are (29 April 2019), not dumb caveman brutes like evolutionists had portrayed for a century.
  • The First Special Counsel Case Moves Toward Trial(This will be fun to watch)

    05/10/2018 10:45:17 AM PDT · by sickoflibs · 13 replies
    RedState ^ | streiff | May 10, 2018
    Last week I posted on the humiliation special counsel Robert Mueller’s crack team suffered in federal court in Virginia. In February, Mueller indicted three Russian companies and thirteen individual Russians…who may or may not exist…for various crimes in connection with the 2016 campaign. The indictment looked to be bullsh** from the beginning as it makes running an anonymous Facebook page during an election a federal crime. More to the point, the indictment was a public affairs gimmick. Mueller had been under criticism for his indictments having zero to do with investigating Russian collusion. They were either existing financial crimes that...
  • A Phoenician Fortress in Oklahoma?

    06/02/2019 12:11:47 AM PDT · by vannrox · 20 replies
    www.anarchaeology.com/ ^ | Unspecified | David Campbell
    A Phoenician Fortress in Oklahoma? The following pages of this website are the photographic documentation of various unusual phenomena my wife, Sue, and I have found in southern Oklahoma and north Texas. What you see is what we saw and with the exception of some graphic arrows in one of the photos, no manipulation of the visual facts has been done. The original seven pages of photos began back on September 10, 2000. My wife publishes a community newspaper called TGIF, the weekend bandit. Most simply refer to it as the Bandit. It is distributed in six counties in Oklahoma...
  • 99-Million-Year-Old Ammonite Found in Burmese Amber

    05/20/2019 4:53:10 AM PDT · by vannrox · 47 replies
    Sci-News ^ | May 14, 2019 | by Natali Anderson
    An international team of paleontologists has found a piece of amber containing the beautifully preserved ammonite, several marine and land organisms that lived 99 million years ago (Cretaceous period).The 99-million-year-old piece of amber from northern Myanmar. Image credit: Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology.
  • Mastodon Bones Have Been Discovered by Sewer Workers in Indiana

    05/12/2019 3:36:40 AM PDT · by vannrox · 12 replies
    Mentalfloss ^ | April 19, 2019 | BY Jake Rossen
    Thomas Quine, Flickr // CC BY 2.0 When something unexpected happens during a sewer system project, the news is not usually pleasant. But when workers installing pipes in Seymour, Indiana stopped due to an unforeseen occurrence, it was because they had inadvertently dug up a few pieces of history: mastodon bones.According to the Louisville Courier Journal, workers fiddling with pipes running through a vacant, privately owned farm in Jackson County happened across the animal bones during their excavation of the property. The fossils—part of a jaw, a partial tusk, two leg bones, a vertebrae, a joint, some teeth, and...
  • World War two guns laid buried under the ground for 80 years, and now are found all over Russia.

    05/08/2019 4:44:52 AM PDT · by vannrox · 41 replies
    EnglishRussia.com ^ | 29jan17 | tim
    A selection of World War 2 guns that stayed in the ground for tens of years and now being dug out by Russian enthusiasts. The search for the old guns became very popular in Russia lately, so popular that a law was passed that abolished such kind of searches in Russian forests. Now if you going to be caught with a metal detector you can face charges. Still people go on this treasure hunt as the stock of the metal laying down in the ground since WW2 is immense. Photos and videos are here: –nextpage– –nextpage– And a video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTKz8BRTpxU
  • Christopher Columbus brought measles to the New World. It was a disaster for Native Americans.

    05/06/2019 6:15:09 AM PDT · by artichokegrower · 120 replies
    San Jose Mercury ^ | May 6, 2019 | Michael S. Rosenwald
    In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue, bringing to the New World a bounty of wonder: coffee, horses, turnips, grapes, wine. But Columbus and his fellow explorers, in addition to importing crops and animals we now take for granted, were also the Typhoid Marys of their time. The New World before Columbus: no typhoid, no flu, no smallpox, no measles. The New World after Columbus: epidemics of death.
  • Researchers find icy corridor on Saturn’s giant moon

    05/06/2019 6:20:46 AM PDT · by vannrox · 73 replies
    earthSky ^ | 5may19 | Eleanor Imster
    While searching for the source of methane on Saturn’s large moon Titan, researchers found a completely unexpected corridor of methane ice wrapping nearly halfway around the moon. Three orientations of Titan’s globe. The icy corridor is mapped in blue. Image via Caitlin Griffith/UA Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.A research team has discovered huge ice feature on Titan while trying to understand where Saturn’s largest moon gets all of its methane. Like Earth, Titan has rain, seas and a surface of eroding organic material. However, on Titan it is methane, not water, that makes up the raindrops and fills the lakes.A team...
  • Rescuing a Russian World War II bomber that was preserved in the mud of a swamp (my title)

    04/28/2019 1:44:19 AM PDT · by vannrox · 15 replies
    EnglishRussia.com ^ | 14mar18 | tim
    Already two years history enthusiasts try to rescue pieces of evidence and remains from the WW2 plane crash. It crashed into swamps which makes it much harder to access it. This year they got advanced and found a pilot body, one of the two. They found his personal belongings including the driver license which helped to identify the pilot. The WW2 parachute raised from the swamp – in an almost perfect condition. Pilot’s hat spent 76 years in a swamp. His medical bag. And a bag with papers and a map. This is an actual place where they make...
  • An Albanian Adventure: A Cold War Treasure Trove of Dakotas & Mig’s

    04/23/2019 4:35:36 AM PDT · by vannrox · 12 replies
    War History Online - Guest ^ | 13apr19 | Hans Wiesman
    An Albanian Adventure: A Cold War Treasure Trove of Dakotas & Mig’s GUEST BLOGGERSApr 13, 2019 Hans Wiesman  .inad{min-height:250px}.inad:before{content: "Advertisement";font-size: 11px;line-height: 11px;display: block}   SHARE:FacebookTwitter This bunker is a type of time capsule from the Cold War whose like you will rarely see anymore, it is a weird War-Art Museum without a ticket box.In 2016, I rode out with a friend on our Harleys to the ex-Yugoslavian war fields. After a long ride from Holland, we cruised over the most peaceful and scenic coastal roads along the Mediterranean, from Trieste in Italy all the way south-east into Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia,...
  • Nile Shipwreck Discovery Proves Herodotus Right

    03/23/2019 3:53:54 PM PDT · by wildbill · 36 replies
    The Guardian ^ | 2/23/1918 | Staff
    In the fifth century BC, the Greek historian Herodotus visited Egypt and wrote of unusual river boats on the Nile. Twenty-three lines of his Historia, the ancient world’s first great narrative history, are devoted to the intricate description of the construction of a “baris”. For centuries, scholars have argued over his account because there was no archaeological evidence that such ships ever existed. Now there is. A “fabulously preserved” wreck in the waters around the sunken port city of Thonis-Heracleion has revealed just how accurate the historian was.
  • Found: A Ship Once Described By Herodotus

    03/23/2019 5:34:39 AM PDT · by vannrox · 35 replies
    Atas Obscura ^ | 19mar19 | by Jonathan Carey
    A wreck discovered in the Nile suggests the ancient Greek historian’s description was spot on. by Jonathan CareyMarch 19, 2019 Found: A Ship Once Described By Herodotus The wooden hull of ship 17. Christoph Gerigk@Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation Herodotus is known as the father of history, but some of his writings have created more questions than answers. In his account of a fifth-century B.C. trip to Egypt, included in his most important work The Histories, the ancient Greek historian describes seeing unusual boats called baris sailing down the Nile. However, no physical evidence was discovered of the ships until now.A team...