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Image of the Day: Minorities Prospered Far More Under Trump

In our latest Liberty Update, we highlight how Americans have soured on "Bidenomics" despite Biden supporters' ongoing insistence that voters trust them rather than over three years of actual, real-life experience and hardship.  Well, our friends at the Committee to Unleash Prosperity have highlighted another point that merits emphasis as minorities turn against Biden in his reelection effort.  Namely, they prospered far more under President Trump than President Biden:

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="691"] Minorities Prospered Far More Under Trump Than Biden[/caption]


June 09, 2024 • 10:40 PM

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Home Jester's Courtroom This Lawsuit Is Ridiculous, Bar None
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Tuesday, October 07 2014

A group of law school graduates are suing a Florida software company claiming they experienced stress and anxiety when the computer program through which they were to submit their bar exams online malfunctioned.

ExamSoft Worldwide Inc. apologized for the snafu and said deadlines in all states had been extended. Nonetheless, five law students who say they experienced stress over whether their exams uploaded say it wasn't fair and that's why they are suing.

“You spend two months preparing for the exam, it’s grueling,” Catherine Booher, one of five students suing the company, told news sources. “You relearn everything you learn in law school.”

The problem even triggered two hashtags on social media: #Barmageddon and #Bargazhi.

It's not clear how many exam-takers were affected by the malfunction. The North Carolina Board of Law Examiners confirmed that everyone who took the July exam in North Carolina successfully uploaded their answers.

“The delay in processing did not relate to, or impact, answer content, and we are therefore very confident in the integrity of your state submissions,” a statement from ExamSoft reads. “To accommodate for the delays, we worked with state jurisdictions to extend your upload deadlines as needed and tried our best to communicate those extensions.”

“I think it’s absolutely ridiculous that they’re not issuing refunds,” Booher said, noting the software cost her $125.


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