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William, Kate Portrait Panned By Art Critics:
'Frumpy, Inanimate, Sulky'
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Posted by Harlowe 6/26/2022 12:35:18 AM Post Reply
Prince William and Kate Middleton's first official joint portrait--unveiled on Thursday in Cambridge--has been panned by Britain's leading art critics, suggesting that viewers wanting to see a truer likeness would be "better off going to Madame Tussaud's." (Snip) A.N Wilson, writing for the Daily Mail, reserved his most scathing criticism for the depiction of the duchess, who is shown looking to one side wearing a glamorous green shimmer dress by indie designer The Vampire's Wife.
Gibsons again demand payment of $36 million judgment replies
Posted by Harlowe 6/25/2022 12:05:03 PM Post Reply
Attorneys for Gibson's Bakery and the Gibson family have once again filed documents with the Ohio Supreme Court opposing Oberlin College's request to halt payment of the more than $36 million the college owes the family and their business after losing a lawsuit.(Snip)It's too late for the college to ask the court to rescue it from paying the nearly $32 million in damages and attorney fees Miraldi awarded the Gibsons, plus another $4.5 million in interest and counting, their attorneys wrote. There is no reason for this court to now entertain Oberlin's motion when its own inaction has already directed the outcome in this matter," the Gibsons argued.
Oberlin College asks court to stay Gibson's
judgment while it appeals
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Posted by Harlowe 6/18/2022 11:50:17 AM Post Reply
Oberlin College has asked the Ohio Supreme Court to issue an order halting payment of the $36 million a court has awarded Gibson's Bakery while the college appeals rulings by two lower courts. (Snip) The college also accused the Gibsons of trying to prevent Zurich from filing a response.(Snip)"Even if neither the trial court's stay nor the terms of the bond contemplated that the stay would remain in effect pending the 'exhaustion of all of the Defendants' appeals,'" the Ohio Supreme Court "would have the authority to extend the stay and continue the term of the bond to encompass Oberlin's pending appeal," the college argued.
Left Wing Group “Jane’s Revenge”
Announces “Open Season” on Pro-Life
Pregnancy Centers
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Posted by Harlowe 6/17/2022 10:47:14 PM Post Reply
A shadowy pro-abortion group called “Jane’s Revenge” has issued a statement declaring “open season” on pro-life centers and organizations. They have also claimed credit for related attacks that have already happened.(Snip)This is all based on the leaked opinion about Roe vs. Wade. Radicals are trying to send a message.(Snip) “Through attacking, we find joy, courage, and strip the veneer of impenetrability held by these violent institutions,” it says. Addressing allies of the group, the post says, “Go do one of your own. You are already one of us. Everyone with the urge to paint, to burn, to cut, to jam: now is the time.
The Biden Administration’s Push to Normalize
Drug Use Will Result in More Deaths
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Posted by Harlowe 6/17/2022 12:03:11 AM Post Reply
We have been covering several stories related to the escalation of drug deaths across the country, namely due to fentanyl (now the leading cause of death for young Americans). In a normal world, there would be a push to stem the recreational use of powerful narcotics. However, the Biden administration and progressives across the country are pressing to normalize drug use. For example, we reported that Biden’s Health and Human Services department provided $30 million in funding to dole out crack pipes to drug addicts as part of its ‘Harm Reduction Plan.’
Gibson’s Bakery Moves To Collect On
$36 Million Surety Bond, Oberlin College
Seeks Stay In Ohio Supreme Court
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Posted by Harlowe 6/16/2022 12:35:15 PM Post Reply
The cross-appeals of Oberlin College and Gibson’s Bakery are awaiting decision from the Ohio Supreme Court, which has the discretion whether or not to take either appeal. We covered the latest on June 13, 2022, Gibson’s Bakery Wants Ohio Supreme Court To Restore Full Punitive Damage Verdict Against Oberlin College.(Snip)There is another drama working its way though the courts, namely, Gibson’s Bakery motion to collect on an approximately $36 million Surety Bond of Zurich American Surety Company.(Snip)Oberlin College never sought a stay of the Court of Appeals mandate,
Doctors ‘baffled’ by a ‘mysterious’
new ‘sudden death syndrome’ killing
healthy young people
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Posted by Harlowe 6/14/2022 11:26:55 PM Post Reply
They’re calling it Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, or SADS for short. Just like SIDS – Sudden Infant Death Syndrome – when healthy babies die suddenly(Snip)Except it occurs in adults. And children and teens too, though the name doesn’t reflect that. Yet.(Snip)It’s as though a warp-speed developed, never-before-used on humans, powerfully immune- and gene-modulating injection that hijacks cell machinery to churn out spike proteins (now recognized as the deadliest bit of the COVID-19 coronavirus), still in clinical trials, and linked to lethal inflammatory heart diseases like myocarditis and blood clotting disorders, could not possibly have anything to do with unexplained deaths.
Gibson’s Bakery Wants Ohio Supreme
Court To Restore Full Punitive Damage
Verdict Against Oberlin College
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Posted by Harlowe 6/13/2022 11:38:34 PM Post Reply
Gibson’s Bakery filed today its response to Oberlin College’s request that the Ohio Supreme Court exercise its discretion to hear the college’s appeal from the $32 million judgment (which includes attorney’s fees and costs). That judgment resulted from the $11 million compensatory and $33 million punitive damage awards totalling $44 million, reduced by the trial court under Ohio tort reform law to $25 million. The bulk of that reduction was that over $10 million in punitive damages were eliminated by punitive damage caps.
Trump Pentagon first offered National
Guard to Capitol four days before Jan.
6 riots, memo shows
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Posted by Harlowe 6/9/2022 9:51:19 AM Post Reply
The Pentagon first raised the possibility of sending National Guard troops to the U.S. Capitol four days before the Jan. 6 riots, setting in motion a series of rejections by Capitol Police and Democrats that left Congress vulnerable as threats of violence were rising, according to government memos that validate Trump administration officials' long-held claims. An official timeline of the Jan. 6 tragedy assembled by Capitol Police shows that a Defense Department official reached out to a Capitol Police deputy chief, Sean Gallagher, on Jan. 2, 2021 to see if a request for troops was forthcoming, but the offer was quickly rejected after a consultation with then-Chief Steve Sund.
Queen Elizabeth Platinum Jubilee: What
to know about historic royal event
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Posted by Harlowe 6/1/2022 11:30:20 AM Post Reply
Queen Elizabeth II became the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee earlier this year after marking 70 years of service to the people of the United Kingdom, Realms and the Commonwealth. (Snip)Buckingham Palace shared that the queen’s attendance at events throughout the Platinum Jubilee weekend will likely only be confirmed on "the day itself," and Prince William and wife Kate Middleton were tapped to lead the Jubilee celebrations as the most senior members of the royal family. (Snip)The palace confirmed that only working senior members will appear on the balcony, which means Prince Andrew, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, won’t be present.
Gibsons to court: Make Oberlin College
pay $36 million judgment
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Posted by Harlowe 5/28/2022 9:49:38 AM Post Reply
Attorneys for Gibson's Bakery in Oberlin have asked a Lorain County judge to order their clients be paid a $36 million-plus judgment they're owed by Oberlin College after the college failed to file an appropriate motion with a state appeals court.(Snip) As a result, the college should pay what a jury and court determined was owed the family bakery and its owners from a 2019 civil trial--plus interest, attorneys for the Gibsons argued.(Snip)"The bakery continues to labor under the effects of the stigma created" by Oberlin College and Raimondo, the Gibsons' attorneys wrote, "but without the relief awarded by the jury."
Oops – Gibson’s Bakery Seeks To Execute
On $36 Million Appeal Bond Since Oberlin
College Failed To Obtain Stay Of Appeals
Court Mandate
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Posted by Harlowe 5/27/2022 8:00:32 PM Post Reply
As posted recently, Oberlin College is seeking to have the Ohio Supreme Court hear an appeal from the massive $32 million judgment entered after jury trial in the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas as affirmed by the 9th District Court of Appeals. There has been an appeal bond place since trial issued by Zurich American Insurance Company securing the judgment plus future interest in the amount of $36 million, as a condition of a stay of judgment issued by the trial court.