Pants on fire

It’s Monday and it’s the shortest day of the year.

There are usually two sides to a story. Here’s the other side of this one.

Taking their talking points from the Trump campaign, news hosts from Fox, OAN and Newsmax made serious allegations about voter fraud, especially about electronic voting systems from Smartmatic and Dominion. But Smartmatic wasn’t even involved in the presidential election and Dominion insists that the allegations are physically impossible. Both have hired high-powered defamation lawyers and now the networks are playing defense while the campaign is under a document preservation order. Let’s see how this plays out.

Will Christmas break Zoom? The company is gearing up for a big day.

Finally, a stimulus bill. Here’s a Q &A on how it will play out for most people. It also includes a corporate meal expense deduction, known as the three martini lunch, designed to help hurting restaurants. Great news for your local pizza place.

And starting this week, cable companies will have one less way to screw you over.

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