Voices, The Peoples News No. 2021-07-25

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# Border / Immigration
Border migrants dropped off at bus stations as authorities struggle to cope. Footage captured by Granthshala News in the Rio Grande Valley shows the Border Patrol leaving a bus-load of migrants at McAllen Central Bus Station, where they are given bus tickets to travel out of town after being processed and is released from custody with notice.

DACA court ruling puts weight of immigration reform on Democrats https://thehill.com/latino/564378-daca-court-ruling-puts-weight-of-immigration-reform-on-democrats

# CoronaVirus
Nonprofit Sues HHS to Immediately Stop Emergency Use Authorization of
COVID-19 Vaccines: Lawsuit citing whistleblower’s claim that the true deaths following vaccination are much higher than reported https://www.theepochtimes.com/nonprofit-sues-hhs-to-immediately-stop-emergency-use-authorization-of-covid-19-vaccine_3913266.html

Democrats are confounded by what they see as the GOP’s shifting rhetoric on vaccines, which in their view has changed as the delta variant has swept through unvaccinated populations in disproportionately Republican areas https://thehill.com/homenews/house/564601-gops-shift-on-vaccines-is-source-of-tension-for-democrats

Frustration mounts over vaccine holdouts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OCCWhmll2s

As the Delta variant continues to drive a fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., Biden officials see a booster shot among at least some vaccinated Americans as increasingly likely.

Intranasal Approaches Have Potential As Vaccines & Therapies for
COVID-19: A few select life sciences companies and academic institutions are working on the hypothesis that intranasal vaccines and therapies could be key to stopping COVID-19 in its tracks https://www.biospace.com/article/intranasal-approaches-have-potential-as-vaccines-and-therapies-for-covid-19/

Texas hospital reports its 1st case of lambda COVID-19 variant: A Texas hospital system on Monday confirmed its first case of the COVID-19 lambda variant that was first detected in Peru and has quickly spread throughout South America

Fully vaccinated Stanford students test positive for coronavirus in a week, all are symptomatic: Stanford University officials confirmed breakthrough infections in a letter to students on Thursday. All of the cases were confirmed in the last week and all were symptomatic https://www.stanforddaily.com/2021/07/22/7-fully-vaccinated-students-test-positive-for-covid-19/

Doctors raise awareness on Ivermectin Treatment for COVID-19. Some doctors think they’ve found a cheap, generic drug which treats COVID-19.
So why hasn’t anyone heard of it?

# Economy / Trade
Biden is breaking his tax increase pledge: Biden’s $400K tax hike threshold is complicating his spending plans. Democrats’ bid to raise trillions to fund a host of new spending initiatives is shining a spotlight on Biden’s own vow, adopted during his presidential campaign.

Will Social Security Change the Way it Calculates Raises? Here’s Why It Should https://wacotrib.com/business/investment/personal-finance/will-social-security-change-the-way-it-calculates-raises-heres-why-it-should/article_8fa0345a-bc22-56e1-a923-d1ee853b1996.html

# Employment / Labor
12 Years Since Last Federal Minimum Wage Hike, Blast ‘Starvation’ Pay

Amazon employees petition company to investigate allegations of discrimination. The authors of the petition received a pledge from Amazon Web Services (AWS) CEO Adam Selipsky to launch the outside investigation, Amazon confirmed Friday.

ACLU calling for investigation into Alaska official over controversial tweets. Although the tweets have been deleted, The Guardian reported that the tweets included calls for violence against left-wing groups, execution for those who perform gender reassignment surgeries and summary imprisonment for Black Lives Matter protesters.

Half of US states are now using facial recognition software from this little-known company to vet unemployment claims. Want your unemployment benefits? You may have to submit to facial recognition first https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/23/tech/idme-unemployment-facial-recognition/index.html

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemicals A Lifeline for a Coal Plant Gives Hope to a North Dakota Town. Others See It as a Boondoggle. The politics and economics of the clean energy transition are playing out in a place desperate to retain fossil fuel jobs.

Plan to Save North Dakota Coal Plant Faces Intense Backlash from Minnesotans Who Would Help Pay for It. Utility customers and clean energy advocates say the proposed sale is being rushed through to avoid scrutiny.

Activists Have Shut Down a Memphis-Area Pipeline — But Their Fight Isn’t Over Developers still retain indefinite rights to access privately owned land along the Byhalia Connection’s canceled route.

# Environment / Climate / Interior
Why chemical pollution is turning into a third great planetary crisis:
Thousands of synthetic substances have leaked into ecosystems everywhere, and we are only just beginning to realise the devastating consequences https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg25133440-700-why-chemical-pollution-is-turning-into-a-third-great-planetary-crisis/

Wildfire smoke blowing across the U.S. is more toxic than we thought.
Wildfires are threatening homes on the West Coast and in Canada, but their smoke is polluting air as far away as New York. Wildfire smoke can increase hazardous toxic metals in air, study finds. Lead levels increased to 50 times above normal average at site near Camp fire in California, researchers found https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jul/21/wildfire-smoke-air-hazardous-toxic-metals-study-california

# Global Politics and other news
What Russia, China, Iran Want in Afghanistan When U.S. Troops Leave https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/what-russia-china-iran-want-in-afghanistan-when-u-s-troops-leave/ar-AAMtRxF?ocid=winp1taskbar

How Putin could jam up Biden’s post-Afghanistan plans. The U.S. is looking at basing troops in Central Asia to help ensure Kabul doesn’t fall. But Moscow is working to complicate the withdrawal.

Social media has given voice to the Cuban awakening. While the perils of social platforms, including censorship, are being hashed out in the global public square, American social media companies are catalyzing much-needed change around the world.

Deposed Burmese Leaders Are Now Changing Their Tune on Human Rights of Rohingya. Leaders issued public declarations promoting Rohingya human rights — a historic move amid decades-long persecution.

Cuba protests continue; U.S. imposes new sanctions on Cuban officials.
The United States imposed sanctions on a Cuban security minister and an interior ministry special forces unit for alleged human rights abuses in a crackdown on anti-government protests earlier this month.

Putin says Russian navy can carry out ‘unpreventable strike’ if needed https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/putin-says-russian-navy-can-carry-out-unpreventable-strike-if-needed-2021-07-25/

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador proposed on Saturday replacing the Washington-based Organization of American States with what he called a more independent institution.

# Gov / Politics
President Biden has authorized up to $100 million in additional aid for Afghan refugees and those impacted by ongoing violence between the Taliban and Afghan forces as the U.S. nears completion of its goal to remove all its troops from the country.

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is under increasing pressure to run for reelection as Democrats look to turn around their recent struggles in Iowa next year.

‘Sore loser’ Trump reaps fruits of election lies in Arizona:
Ex-President Donald Trump’s big lie came full circle on Saturday as he traveled to Arizona to dangerously seize on the false fruits of a sham election “audit” precipitated by his own discredited claims the 2020 election was stolen.

# Law Enforcement
FBI Was Behind Plot to Kidnap Michigan Governor. The government has documented at least 12 confidential informants who assisted in the sprawling investigation.

The FBI Allegedly Used at Least 12 Informants In the Michigan Kidnapping Case. Defense attorneys said they will argue that the FBI ‘induced or persuaded’ the defendants to go along with the violent scheme.

Former Alabama Correctional Supervisor Convicted for Allowing Inmate Abuse. After a three-day trial, a federal jury convicted former Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) shift commander Willie Burks, 42, of failing to stop an officer under his command from assaulting an inmate at ADOC’s Elmore Correctional Facility.

Telecom Vendors Used End of Prison Visits During COVID to Profit Off Phone Calls Prison telecom corporations capitalized on the pandemic to rake in cash on the backs of struggling families.

# Medical / Health
Colorado plague: 10-year-old dies as health officials warn of plague activity 10-year-old resident of La Plata County “died from causes associated with plague,” the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said in a news release Thursday.

Medicare for All Rallies in 50 Cities Show Big Support for Universal Health Care The common strategic thread for success is building a strong, popular social movement demanding health care for all.

Fungal “superbug” causes concern among U.S. health officials. Since January, there have been more than 100 reported cases of a fungal “superbug” in both Dallas and Washington, D.C. The fungus, known as Candida auris, attacks people with weakened immune systems and can be drug-resistant https://www.cbsnews.com/video/fungal-superbug-causes-concern-among-us-health-officials/

Court sides with voters, thwarts GOP plan to stop working people from getting health care https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/court-sides-with-voters-thwarts-gop-plan-to-stop-working-people-from-getting-health-care/ar-AAMuzUm?ocid=winp1taskbar

# Military / DOD
U.S. to Announce Troop Drawdown From Iraq: U.S. and Iraqi officials are finalizing a shift in the U.S. military mission in Iraq to a purely advisory role by the end of the year, marking the official end of the U.S. combat mission in the country

# Other News
The Tokyo Olympian who ran a man over andlLeft him for dead. While world-class Canadian weightlifter Boady Santavy basks in the glory of his first Olympic run in Tokyo, the man he ran over, left for dead and impaired for life, struggles to even get out of bed in the morning.

Bumble Date Turns in Alleged Rioter Who Hit Cops With a Whip. Texas man Andrew Taake is accused of attacking police officers on Jan. 6 with a metal whip and pepper spray, then bragging about it on Bumble.

# Science
Brain-repair discovery could lead to new epilepsy treatments.
Researchers have discovered a previously unknown repair process in the brain that they hope could be harnessed and enhanced to treat seizure-related brain injuries.

# Tips, Tricks and How To’s
Off-Grid Homesteading: How To Create Free Heating and Air Conditioning

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