Trump Ordered to Pay $355+ Million and Barred from NY Business

New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron handed Donald J. Trump a crushing defeat in his civil fraud case, finding the former president liable for conspiring to manipulate his net worth and ordering him to pay a penalty of $355 million that could wipe out his entire stockpile of cash.  He also can’t operate in NYC for 3 years.

Trump Has No Immunity From Jan. 6 Prosecution, Appeals Court Rules

A federal appeals court has unanimously ruled that Donald Trump can be put on trial for trying to stay in power after losing the 2020 election, rejecting Trump’s sweeping claim of presidential immunity as dangerous and unsupported by the Constitution.

What the 14th Amendment says about whether Trump can be on the ballot

This article looks at the relevant parts of the 14th Amendment and breaks down what Trump has said about why those who would use the amendment to keep him off the ballot are wrong, what the Colorado courts have said, and what past cases say that may inform the Supreme Court’s ruling.

Jury Orders Trump to Pay Carroll $83.3 Million After Years of Insults

The ex-president was found liable for sexually abusing E. Jean Carroll, but called her a liar. The award was “a huge defeat for every bully who has tried to keep a woman down,” she said.

If Trump Wins- A Warning

The staff of the Atlantic writes on the threat a second Trump term poses to American democracy.



Special Counsel Asks Supreme Court to Decide if Trump Is Immune From Prosecution

The special counsel, Jack Smith, urged the justices to move with exceptional speed, and they quickly agreed to fast-track the first phase of the case.  Click here.

Newsom Appoints Laphonza Butler to Complete Senator Feinstein’s Term in the U.S. Senate

Governor Gavin Newsom announced the selection of Laphonza Butler, President of EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest organization dedicated to electing women, to complete the United States Senate term of the late Senator Dianne Feinstein, which runs through 2024.

Trump Booked at Fulton County Jail

For the fourth time this year, Donald Trump turned himself in to authorities after being indicted on criminal charges — but it was the first time the former president was required to pose for a mug shot.

Trump, 18 Allies Charged in Georgia Probe

Former president, Guiliani, Meadows and others accused of crimes related to efforts to overturn election results.


Maui Strong

The Office of the Governor of Hawaii is directing all donors toward the Maui Strong fund of the Hawai’i Community Foundation, stating that “the fund is being used to support communities affected by the wildfires on Maui”

Click here to donate to Maui Strong