Is Exposing Scientific Research Fraud Considered Defamation?

Recently, I covered the case of Francesca Gino, a researcher specializing in dishonesty, who faced allegations of systematic data manipulation in several papers she co-authored. Harvard Business School placed her on administrative leave after these allegations surfaced, with some instances of data manipulation appearing quite overt. Upon examining Microsoft Excel version control, discrepancies in the…

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The Persistent Predicament with Dianne Feinstein in the Democratic Party

Throughout the spring season, Senator Dianne Feinstein faced relentless criticism due to her prolonged absence, which resulted in a lack of crucial votes for advancing judges within the Senate Judiciary Committee. This absence, coupled with concerns about her mental fitness for the job, prompted several Democratic lawmakers, including Representative Ro Khanna (D-CA), to demand her…

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