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August 31, 2022
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# Border / Immigration
Why we should abandon the concept of the ‘climate refugee’: When climate change is used to explain migration, social inequality is naturalised.
Why there’s really no such thing as a ‘climate refugee’: When we use the impacts of climate change to explain migration, we only tell half the story, and obscure how power, race, and social inequalities are at play.
# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
The Rockefeller Foundation Recruits Scientists to Psychoanalyze those who Reject Covid Genic Sera for Growing the Vaccination Worldwide: The Rockefeller Foundation has disclosed that it (along with other non-profits) has been pouring millions of dollars into a behavioural science project meant to understand why large groups of people around the world refuse to take the jab. This is yet another indication that the covid vaccination agenda of globalist institutions did not do quite as well as they had originally hoped.
# Economy / Finance / Trade
Wall Street Is Using Your Money to Buy Virtue; Don’t Let Them: Wall Street elites have been pushing the adoption of corporate metrics, referred to as environmental, social and governance (ESG), to assess how much good or bad a company is bringing to society. Interestingly, only the far-left socialist causes qualify as “good.”
Nearly $30K Vanished From the HOA’s Account. The State Can’t Investigate the Management Company. Community association managers run most of Colorado’s 10,000 homeowners associations, but state regulators no longer have the authority to look into complaints about unexplained price hikes, shadowy elections or fraud. Homeowners pay the price.
Behind the ‘Economic Policy’ Façade, It’s Class War: Insiders discuss how the government should respond to economic problems in ways that boost employers’ profits even if at employees’ or the public’s expense. Insiders express their preferred solutions in that nicely neutered term: ‘policies.’
Climate Costs Are Not ‘Inflation’: Climate disruption will raise prices to consumers. The Fed, seconded by orthodox economists, misunderstands what’s happening, needlessly adding to economic pain. Economists need to fundamentally change the way they comprehend inflation. The reason is climate change. Many items in the household budget, like food, that have been relatively cheap, will become more expensive.
Why Obama-Era Economists Are So Mad About Student Debt Relief: It exposes their failed mortgage debt relief policies after the Great Recession.
59 percent in US living paycheck to paycheck as corporate profits surge to all-time highs: “A large share of consumers are essentially living on the razor’s edge.” Many were unable to afford an emergency expense of $400, all while the country’s corporations enjoy record-shattering profits.
# Education / Schools
Ex-Schools Chief Charged With Kidnapping Two Children: William J. Morrison III lost his superintendent job after cops found crack in his car.
Why Talk about Loans? On island USA, we are debating whether it is unfair and unjust to forgive some college loans. We are oblivious to the rest of the planet, where college education in developed countries is of course free. We have long considered our colleges and universities citadels of freedom, where the rule of reason prevails. Now both the process of freedom and the rule of reason are under attack. At the same time, our colleges are under pressure to collapse their educational standards, in the misguided belief that this would promote “opportunity.”
# Employment / Labor
First Solar says it will spend up to $1.2 billion to expand U.S. production: The solar panel maker will build a factory in the Southeast and expand three Ohio plants, creating nearly 1,000 jobs. Money is a sticking point in climate-change negotiations around the world. As economists warn that limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius will cost many more trillions than anticipated, WSJ looks at how the funds could be spent, and who would pay.
A Tax Credit Was Meant to Help Marginalized Workers Get Permanent Jobs. Instead, it’s Subsidizing Temp Work. The government gives hundreds of millions of dollars in Work Opportunity Tax Credits to temp agencies, even if the jobs they offer don’t lead to permanent employment. Many top recipients of the credit have long records of labor violations.
# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemicals / Global
Russia Shuts Off Nord Stream 1 Pipeline Again: International leaders and energy officials believe that Russia is weaponizing its gas supply in retaliation for European sanctions. Russia has stopped the flow of gas via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline to Europe, citing the need to carry out repairs, in a move that has heightened already acute nervousness over the reliability of winter energy supplies.
# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure Toxic red tide kills ‘uncountable’ numbers of fish in the Bay Area: A harmful algal bloom in the San Francisco Bay is killing fish, sharks and stingrays. Some are washing ashore.
A Crisis Decades in the Making. Jackson, Mississippi, will go without reliable drinking water indefinitely, officials said on Monday, The National Guard was called up to help distribute bottled water as crews work to get the water treatment plant back online, state officials said.
Biden Approves Emergency Declaration over Water Crisis in Jackson, Mississippi:
Biden calls Jackson mayor after approving emergency declaration for water crisis https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.axios.com/2022/08/31/biden-calls-jackson-mayor-approves-emergency-declaration__;!!On18fmf1aQ!x5YMsBQobHM9oaFT45ZbTLpAWG-ry2pwXqhL7Uvn-4hCFWYGfcOvxdyfFPyx9kBaq0GSKX54yhOs_8S7c55pOMO6_1l3mze6$
Texas-Mexico Border Town Approves Air Pollution Monitoring Following ProPublica and Texas Tribune Investigation. Two air monitoring initiatives are moving forward in Laredo after an analysis by the news outlets showed that a plant emitting ethylene oxide elevated the estimated lifetime cancer risk for nearly 130,000 people, including over 37,000 children.
U.S. Has Cut Water Supplies for 7 States During Climate-Induced Drought: Water rights activists have long called for more equitable water distribution in areas with dwindling supply.
The fight to save the last tree standing: There are trees so rare that only a single specimen remains. Scientists protect their seeds like rare jewels, use ladders and brushes to gingerly collect pollen for hand fertilization, and wait years for a single precious flower. But there are more threatened tree species than there are restoration projects. And climate change is altering ecosystems so fundamentally that some trees will never be able to thrive in their natural homes again.
Scorching Death Valley Is Poised to Shatter New Heat Record: Meteorologists say those in or around Las Vegas need to be careful outside, as unbearable heat sweeps the region. Weekend temperatures soared above 120 degrees in Death Valley, shattering a 101 year old record set in 1921.
# Environment / Climate / Global
Warning: Gates-Funded Factory Breeds 30 Million Mosquitoes a Week for Release in 11 Countries: This factory breeds 30 million mosquitoes per week. Here’s why. These mosquitoes are allies in the fight against dengue and other deadly viruses.
What is Cop15 and why does it matter for all life on Earth? Once-in-a-decade plans to protect the natural world and halt its destruction will be decided in Canada in December.
# General Information / Other News
The Decline And Fall Of The Western Empire: Almost everyone sees it, and almost no one wants to discuss it: America and Western Europe are spiraling out of control. And the speed of the descent is crescendoing rapidly.
Trump Is Upset the Feds Took a Pic of Top Secret Docs on His Fancy Carpet: The Aug. 8 raid led to the discovery of 13 more boxes of material at Mar-a-Lago containing 100 classified documents, the DOJ wrote in a filing on Tuesday https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/trump-upset-feds-pics-top-secret-pics-mar-a-lago-carpet-1234584951/__;!!On18fmf1aQ!x5YMsBQobHM9oaFT45ZbTLpAWG-ry2pwXqhL7Uvn-4hCFWYGfcOvxdyfFPyx9kBaq0GSKX54yhOs_8S7c55pOMO6_9FCjHDv$
CNN legal analyst responds to FBI filing on Mar-a-Lago docs: “This is a national security nightmare,” Honig said, “to have documents of this level of sensitivity and classification splayed out on the floor of a hotel, I think the visual is quite visceral, and packs a punch, and really shows you what those agents found.”
‘Time to Hunt’: FBI Facing ‘Unprecedented’ MAGA Threats: After the Mar-a-Lago raid, the FBI is receiving serious threats from some Trump supporters.
Those Nuclear Secrets Became Declassified the Moment I Threw Them Out the Window https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/those-nuclear-secrets-became-declassified-164000914.html__;!!On18fmf1aQ!x5YMsBQobHM9oaFT45ZbTLpAWG-ry2pwXqhL7Uvn-4hCFWYGfcOvxdyfFPyx9kBaq0GSKX54yhOs_8S7c55pOMO6
Walmart Caught Red-Handed Selling Fake Products: According to the article, Fendi accused Wal-Mart of fencing fake Fendi handbags in its Sam’s Club stores for roughly $525. The authentic products retail for about $900. Sam’s Club is selling “handbags, shoulder bags, purses, wallets and key chains” that “imitate the designs of the Fendi products” and carry imitation Fendi trademarks, the complaint says.
# Gov / Politics / US
Biden Wants to Block Another Crimea-Style Russian Land Grab: In 2015, then-Vice President Biden pushed the Obama administration to respond to the Russian takeover of Crimea more sharply. Now President Biden could face his own test.
Republicans turn against the League of Women Voters: The league, known for focusing on voter registration and other fundamentals, more willing to speak boldly during the Trump era. Some on the right are portraying it as a tool of the radical left.
Civil Rights in America: Racial Voting Rights: Taking this into account, the framework recommended that a National Historic Landmarks theme study be prepared to identify sites that may be nationally significant, and that the study be based on provisions of the 1960s civil rights acts. These include the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (covering voting rights, equal employment, public accommodations, and school desegregation enforcement), the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Fair Housing Act of 1968. This specific portion of the study focuses on the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
What Can We Expect From Biden’s Speech on the Rise of Fascism Among Republicans? There is nothing “semi” about the old-school fascism being peddled by Trump from his island of misfit toys in Florida.
What a Second Trump Term Would Mean for the World: Think of his reelection as a pincer movement, an attack on the international order from two sides. A second Trump term would make a lasting impact on the world right when it is at a particularly vulnerable moment. U.S. alliances would likely crumble, the global economy would close, and democracy and human rights would be in rapid retreat.
Former senator discusses the hushed efforts to change the US Constitution: “It’s time to blow the whistle on it,” says former Sen. Feingold. There is a new strategy that far-right activists are using to attempt to weaken the foundations of our democracy: something called the “convention provision” in the Constitution, according to a former senator.
# Law Enforcement
Insider-Only Hiring of Police Chiefs May Violate Civil Rights Law, Officials Say: Responding to our investigation of a Boston suburb that prohibits hiring outside candidates for police chief, two senators and a prosecutor said such rules may make it harder for women and people of color to attain leadership positions.
Alabama Hides the Horrors of Its Executions by Classifying Them as Homicides: The recent state-sanctioned murder of Joe James may be the longest execution in U.S. history, but it’s not an outlier. In response to horrifying spectacles, states have drawn up new execution protocols that only allow witnesses in once the IV line has been set. People condemned to die by lethal injection are now effectively executed twice: first the torturous procedure behind closed doors, then the theatrical performance for witnesses.
Outrage After Ohio Cop Kills Unarmed Black Man Donovan Lewis in Bed: “Columbus police think that they are the judge, jury, and executioner,” said one activist in response to the 20-year-old’s killing. “It’s time that this police department is held accountable.”
# Legal / DOJ
DOJ’s Scathing Response: Trump Brought This on Himself: The former president shouldn’t be able to get back records that aren’t even his, the department said in a filing late Tuesday, adding that he also can’t ask for a special master.
DOJ Cracks Down on Employees’ Political Involvement Ahead of Midterms: Non-career appointees will now be unable to attend any partisan fundraisers or campaign events, even if they have close family members running for office.
Court Strikes Down State Law That Gave Millions in Tax Breaks to Casinos: A Superior Court judge in New Jersey has thrown out a state law granting Atlantic City’s casinos tens of millions of dollars in tax breaks, saying that the measure was passed on dubious grounds and violated the state Constitution.
DOJ Is Right to Resist a Special Master in Trump Probe: It’s a completely unnecessary obstacle to holding the former president accountable.
Feds Release Photo of Secret Documents at Mar-a-Lago: Five of the folders are marked Top Secret.
# Medical / Health
Is ‘Juliet’ unwittingly poisoned in today’s environment? What could connect such disquieting and disparate health concerns as early onset puberty, female depression, and fatty liver disease? Examining the dangers of endocrine disrupting chemicals
Breakthrough results in developing an oral insulin tablet: A team of University of British Columbia researchers working on developing oral insulin tablets as a replacement for daily insulin injections have made a game-changing discovery. Researchers have discovered that insulin from the latest version of their oral tablets is absorbed in the same way that injected insulin is.
Genetic discovery could improve treatment of colorectal cancer: EPFL scientists have discovered a rare gene in the tumors of some colorectal cancer patients. This finding could lead to more accurate diagnoses and, eventually, personalized treatments that target the protein expressed by the gene.
Real Money, Fake Musicians: Inside a Million-Dollar Instagram Verification Scheme: A jeweler. A plastic surgeon. An OnlyFans Model. They and others received a blue check in likely the biggest Instagram verification scheme revealed to date. After ProPublica started asking questions, Meta removed badges from over 300 accounts.
Dr. Oz Says Abortion Is ‘Murder’ at Any Stage of Pregnancy: Exclusive audio reveals that Dr. Oz said during a tele-town hall earlier this year that abortion is “still murder” at any point after conception.
First U.S. patient receives autologous stem cell therapy to treat dry AMD: Dry AMD is a leading cause of vision loss among older Americans. This surgery is the culmination of 10 years of research and development at the NEI
# Military / Global
The Ukraine military is using a fleet of decoy rockets that look like advanced US rocket systems to trick Russia into firing and wasting its expensive weaponry. Russia has fired at least 10 cruise missiles at these wooden replicas over recent weeks.
Inspectors from the UN nuclear watchdog agency are on their way to the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant “in the hopes of helping resolve technical problems that pose radiation risks,” but an adviser to President Zelensky said Russian forces seemed to have deliberately shelled the routes they might take across the front line to get there.
Study reveals fentanyl’s effects on the brain: Fentanyl is used to supplement sedation and to relieve severe pain during and after surgery, but it’s also one of the deadliest drugs of the opioid epidemic. In research revealed fentanyl’s effects over time and indicated that the drug stops people’s breathing before other noticeable changes and before they lose consciousness. Fentanyl produces a specific EEG signature, which could allow clinicians to monitor its effects to enable safer, more personalized administration during and after surgery
Molecular brain changes linked to APOE4, the main susceptibility gene for Alzheimer’s disease: Recent breakthroughs have revealed a great deal about Alzheimer’s disease, but researchers have yet to paint a complete picture of how genetic risk for the illness causes the brain damage that ultimately leads to memory loss and cognitive decline.
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