From our friends at AEI, a wonderful capture of the difference between the Obama/Biden jobs "recovery…
CFIF on Twitter CFIF on YouTube
Image(s) of the Day: The Obama/Biden Jobs "Recovery" Versus Trump's

From our friends at AEI, a wonderful capture of the difference between the Obama/Biden jobs "recovery," which was the worst in recorded U.S. history (as the graph shows, they promised that unemployment wouldn't surpass 8% under their wasteful spending "stimulus," but instead it exceeded 8% for a record uninterrupted stretch), versus the sharp recovery under President Trump:

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="557"] The Obama/Biden Jobs "Recovery"[/caption]

 

 

 

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="557"] The Trump Actual Jobs Recovery[/caption]…[more]

September 25, 2020 • 10:07 AM

Liberty Update

CFIFs latest news, commentary and alerts delivered to your inbox.
Jester's CourtroomLegal tales stranger than stranger than fiction: Ridiculous and sometimes funny lawsuits plaguing our courts.
Home Jester's Courtroom A Frightening Lawsuit
A Frightening Lawsuit Print
Wednesday, October 29 2014

A Virginia woman is suing Busch Gardens, claiming she was trampled by other patrons during the Williamsburg, Virginia, amusement park's annual October Howl-O-Scream event.

According to news sources, Brittany Lipscomb, who was pregnant at the time, says she was "exercising due care for her own safety" and "all of a sudden and without warning at least two patrons were being chased through the park by the defendants' employees and agents with chain saws and in costumes." The chain saws were fake, but Lipscomb claims her injuries were real, causing her to "suffer concern, worry and emotional distress for the well being and safety of her unborn child."

Lipscomb's attorney confirmed that she has fully recovered from her "severe personal injuries" and her baby, now about 1-1/2 years old, is healthy. A Busch Gardens spokesman wrote in an email that the company does not comment on pending legal issues.

Source: hamptonroads.com (Virginia)

Question of the Week   
Who was first President to nominate a woman to the U.S. Supreme Court?
More Questions
Quote of the Day   
 
"Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham hinted more than a week ago that more bombshell information regarding the FBI's handling of its probe into President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia was about to be public. He was right because it was Graham's committee that discovered the information.In a bombshell letter released a letter Thursday night by Graham's committee from Justice…[more]
 
 
—Sara A. Carter, National and International Award Winning Investigative Reporter
— Sara A. Carter, National and International Award Winning Investigative Reporter
 
Liberty Poll   

From which political party are you seeing the most concentrated voter registration efforts in your area?