Chuck Grassley votes ‘no’ on Ketanji Brown Jackson for Supreme Court

US Sen. Chuck Grassley voted against Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s US Supreme Court nomination Monday, saying she is soft on crime and has a history of judicial overreach. “Having carefully studied her record, unfortunately, I think she and I have fundamentally different views on the role judges should play in our system of government,” he … Read more

Canada will soon offer doctor-assisted death to the mentally ill. Who should be eligible?

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canada Canada is still determining who should be eligible for MAID for mental illness, but some experts say it could become the most permissive jurisdiction in the world Publishing date: Apr 04, 2022  •  1 hour ago  •  14 minute read  •  345 Comments In March 2023, Canada will become one … Read more

Exxon Flags Huge Profit Jump While Lawmakers Target Dividends

(Bloomberg) — Exxon Mobil Corp. signaled its highest profit since 2008 Russia’s war in Ukraine upended global commodity markets. Most Read from Bloomberg Exxon’s announcement that first-quarter results may have reached almost $11 billion augurs booming profits across the oil industry as trade sanctions, shipping disruptions and surging demand strain supply lines. The windfall doesn’t … Read more

Celebrate World Health Day with Us.

Dear Colleague… Please take a moment from your very busy schedule to join me in commemoration of World Health Day, coming up on Thursday, April 7, 2022, as annually designated by the World Health Organization (WHO). World Health Day this year takes on added significance, given the current humanitarian crisis unfolding in Eastern Europe, where … Read more

Bucha massacre tests Europe’s ‘red lines’ on Russian energy

Every barrel of oil and ton of gas is “soaked in the blood” of those killed, the speaker of Ukraine’s parliament said. Lithuania’s foreign minister warned other EU countries not to become “accomplices.” With scenes of the devastation splashed across newspapers, French President Emmanuel Macron said Monday that indications of “war crimes” in Ukraine warranted … Read more