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Cherokee Nation wants to send a delegate to the House – it’s an idea older than Congress itself: The right is explicitly laid out in the same treaty that led to the Trail of Tears. “The Treaty of New Echota is a living, valid treaty, and the Delegate provision is intact because it has never been abrogated,” Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin wrote in testimony submitted to the House Committee on Rules on Nov. 16, 2022. “As the Supreme Court has made clear on multiple occasions, and as the landmark McGirt decision reaffirmed, lapse of time cannot divest Indian nations of their treaties and treaty rights.”
White House Announces Public Safety Initiatives Ahead Of Tribal Nations Summit: The Biden administration plans to make new commitments to tribal leaders during the two-day Tribal Nations Summit including new actions meant to strengthen public safety and address the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous people.
Grand Jury Indicts Two For Murder, Evidence Tampering In Oklahoma Indian Country: The following individuals have been charged with violations of United States law in indictments returned by the Grand Jury. The return of an indictment is a method of informing a defendant of alleged violations of federal law, which must be proven in a court of law beyond a reasonable doubt to overcome a defendant’s presumption of innocence.
# Animals / Pets / Alerts / Food Recalls
Purina Recalls Pro Plan Vet Diet Product Due to Mislabeling: You can identify the mislabeled product by the UPC (38100 17599), production code (22581159 L4TR6) and “Best Before Sept 2024” date on the bottom of each can.
Large and mysterious object unearthed on Florida beach: There’s been intense speculation in the local community on just what the object, believed to be between 80 to 100 feet in length, actually is.
# Children / Youth
McDonald’s Franchisee Hit With Child Violations at 13 Stores: The franchisee of the stores had to pay a large fine after breaking labor laws which saw children overworked.
At the McDonald’s location at 100 Davis Boulevard in Pittsburgh, investigators found a violation of child labor standards where a minor under the age of 16 was allowed to operate a deep fryer that was not fitted with a device to automatically lower and raise baskets.
# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Our Next Best COVID Drug Has Been Hiding In Plain Sight: A common liver drug shuts the door on COVID before it can infect our cells.
# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
Buffalo Mass Shooting Victim Patented Hydrogen System for Cars –Beyond his day job, Salter spent the past decade developing a car engine fueled on water: A fuel system is provided for generating hydrogen and oxygen for use in an internal combustion engine to improve combustion efficiency of the engine and to decrease emissions from the engine…It is estimated that the method of utilization of the sludge generated during electrolysis as a fuel increases the efficiency of energy production of electrolysis by approximately 60%.”
# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Global
Indigenous Argentineans Resist Becoming “Sacrifice Zone” for Ecocolonialism: The Global North’s demand for lithium threatens a new chapter of colonial dispossession.
# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure
Fact check: Fossil fuels are No. 1 climate change cause, not animals: The percentage of global emissions produced by animal agriculture is “much smaller” than the percentage produced by fossil fuels
Communism will make the weather better: Oxfordshire County Council, which is run by Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party, secretly decided to divide-up the city of Oxford into six ‘15 minute’ districts in 2021 soon after they were elected to office. None of the councillors declared their intention of imprisoning local residents in their manifestos of course, preferring to make vague claims about how they will ‘improve the environment’ instead.
# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals / Other
A Wisconsin town tried to stop factory farm pollution. Then got sued. A tiny town in Wisconsin faces a lawsuit from an industry heavyweight, a growing trend when citizens try to regulate CAFOs in their backyards.
# Gov / Politics / Global
Russia blames Ukraine for air base attacks and quickly retaliates: The Kremlin accuses Ukraine of striking two air bases and has retaliated with a barrage of missiles in several Ukraine regions. AP reports that the attack has caused mass blackouts and water and heating shortages.
# Gov / Politics / US
Disenchanted NYC Councilman Switches Parties, Turns to GOP: The former Democrat cited rising crime statistics and progressive criminal justice reforms as the biggest reasons behind his decision to leave.
Ukraine Aid and Stealth Bombers: Pentagon Lays Out Consequences if Congress Can’t Pass a Budget Deal – Politico
McConnell Caves to Pelosi, Schumer, Allows JCPA Media Cartel Bailout Bill to Be Included in Defense Package. The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) is a bill to enable further collusion between the media industry and Big Tech. Other congressional leaders acquiesced to lobbyist pressure and agreed to include the JCPA in the base text of the NDAA.
Biden’s decision to grant Saudi crown prince immunity is a profound mistake: After being repeatedly humiliated by Prince Mohammed, Biden continues to appease an autocrat who disdains him. That decision effectively ends one of the last efforts to hold the prince accountable for Khashoggi’s assassination by a Saudi hit team inside the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul in October 2018.
“Military Intervention Will Birth Military Occupation,” Haitian Activist Warns: The previous military occupations of Haiti “all brought disease, hunger, poverty and destruction,” says David Oxygène.
Biden Wants to Block Presidential Primary Challenge From the Left Ahead of 2024: The 2024 Democratic presidential candidate should be chosen by voters, not imposed by the Democratic National Committee.
Georgia Breaks Voting Records in Senate Runoff Election: The election between Warnock and Walker has seen a record number of early votes, especially in communities of color.
# Law Enforcement
Texas Man Pleads Guilty After Plotting School Bombing: The twisted wannabe-killer was only caught because neighbors called the cops after he blew up an Xbox in his backyard last summer.
Racism, gruesome errors, and botched executions; Inside America’s four-person, 48-hour execution spree: Even for the US, one of few countries that still uses the death penalty, last week was exceptionally violent, with four executions planned in the span of 48 hours. The killings were marred with errors, accusations of racism and discrimination, and claims of innocence. “Mental health is not a political issue. There are people on both sides of the aisle who can identify with loved ones suffering from mental health issues,” she said. “We can address why our death row has 110 people on it, starting with mental health.”
# Legal / DOJ
Trump Had Hidden $19.8 Million Loan From North Korea-Linked Company As President: The loan from Daewoo, a company with ties to North Korea, should have been reported in public financial disclosures
Musk’s ‘Twitter Files,’ Revealing Censorship of Hunter Biden Laptop Story, Is a ‘Distraction,’ White House Says
Disgraced lawyer Avenatti gets 14 years in the slammer for stealing millions: The disgraced attorney was also ordered to pay more $7 million in restitution to his victims in a ruling that comes nearly six months after he pleaded guilty to fraud charges.
FBI hero paying the price for exposing unjust ‘persecution’ of conservative Americans: In his whistleblower complaint to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz … Friend lays out multiple violations of FBI policy involving J6 investigations in which he was involved. He says he was removed from active investigations into child sexual exploitation and human trafficking to work on J6 cases sent from DC. As a result, he believes his child exploitation investigations were harmed.
Twelve-person jury returns guilty verdict against former president’s company after being sent out on Monday to deliberate. Jury finds Trump Organization guilty of tax fraud on all counts: The company was convicted of providing untaxed perks to some executives.
A Judge In Texas Is Using A Recent Supreme Court Ruling To Say Domestic Abusers Can Keep Their Guns:
On Nov. 10, 2022, a judge in the Western District of Texas struck down the federal law that prohibits access to guns for people subject to domestic violence protection orders.
Angola Will Remain a Slave Plantation: Billy Sinclair, who spent 40 years in the Louisiana prison system, reflects on the state’s recent failure to pass a constitutional amendment that would have banned involuntary servitude and slavery.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in a redistricting case, and it is no arcane dispute about district lines or partisan balance. North Carolina Republicans have asked the court to embrace a fringe legal theory with no basis in American history that would upend American democracy, eviscerate voting rights, make combating partisan gerrymandering impossible and empower anti-democratic election subverters. It argues that the Elections Clause of the U.S. Constitution provides state legislatures the sole authority to set the “time, place, and manner” of federal elections.
Texas Just Re-Elected My Trans Son’s Worst Bullies: Parents of trans kids, like myself, need our neighbors to help us stand up to the GOP politicians imposing policies that would tear our families apart. Their recent victories gave them a mandate to double down on their cruelty, and I’m terrified.
Anti-LGBTQ Hate Is Forcing Drag Queen Events To Prepare For Attacks: After the mass shooting at Club Q, family-friendly drag events across the U.S. are on high alert.
Al Jazeera Sues Israeli Forces at the International Criminal Court: The lawsuit comes after an investigation that Al Jazeera uncovers new evidence in the death of Shireen Abu Akleh.
# Medical / Health
Policing Pregnancy: Wisconsin’s ‘Fetal Protection’ Law Forces Women Into Treatment or Jail: Officials investigate about 400 pregnant people a year for alleged ‘unborn child abuse’ under Act 292 in Wisconsin. Critics say that can do more harm than good.
# Military / DOD
U.S. Altered Rocket Launchers It Gave to Ukraine: The Pentagon reportedly modified its Himars rocket launchers so Ukrainian forces would be unable to fire into Russia and risk escalating the conflict.
Air Force clears hurdle with 1st hypersonic weapon amid ‘new arms race’ with Russia, China: The weapon, called the Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon, or ARRW, is an air-to-ground missile powered by a rocket motor that can travel as fast as Mach 8, or eight times the speed of sound. It’s built to be carried by the B-52 Stratofortress.
# Military / Global
Shock as Nuclear Airbase Just 150 Miles From Moscow Is Hit: Deadly explosions rocked two bases deep inside Russia in a blistering new setback for Putin, who is already sustaining huge losses on Ukrainian territory.
The Israeli-made Lanius is a tiny racing drone that could scout and kill enemies while using artificial intelligence: After being sent into battle, Lanius’s algorithm can make a map of the scene and scan people, differentiating enemies from allies, feeding all that data back to soldiers who can then simply push a button to attack or kill whom they want. For weapons critics, that represents a nightmare scenario
Alzheimer’s tied to cholesterol, abnormal nerve insulation: Researchers found evidence that the Alzheimer’s-related gene APOE4 disrupts cholesterol management in the brain and weakens insulation around nerve fibers.
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