Women Leaders Faring Better Than Men—How COVID-19 Could Be a Revolutionary Opportunity for Women

By: Katie Wotherspoon The coronavirus pandemic turned the world upside down—but could this shift be an incredible opportunity for women? There are numerous COVID-19 concerns that disenfranchise women, yet there may be a glimmer of hope stemming from leaders who are successfully battling various COVID-19 concerns. Although women are disadvantaged by the coronavirus because of … Continue reading Women Leaders Faring Better Than Men—How COVID-19 Could Be a Revolutionary Opportunity for Women

The Danger of Fake “Fake News”: How Donald Trump’s Improvisation Set about the Destruction of Fact in Society

By:  Ridgeway Woulfe           "You’re fake news” the president-elect stated, pointing a finger at the journalist probing him in August 2017.  The statement appeared improvised, and President Trump has since claimed he invented the term.  Immediately, much of society saw the Idiocracy-level absurdity in the statement, yielding a tidal wave of … Continue reading The Danger of Fake “Fake News”: How Donald Trump’s Improvisation Set about the Destruction of Fact in Society

Trump Voter Fraud Commission Decommissioned

By: Ridgeway Woulfe          As PIAC’s own Voter Fraud Series has started detailing, the insistence of a voter fraud epidemic by President Trump (and others) has been drastically overblown.  With his decision to disband his Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity early this year[1] after only 2 meetings, Trump is ending his … Continue reading Trump Voter Fraud Commission Decommissioned