Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-07-22

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# Indigenous
What Indigenous leaders think about co-managing Bears Ears with the feds: Native advocates share their hopes and relief after decades of fighting for their ancestral lands.

# Animals / Pets / Alerts / Food Recalls Congressional panel asks EPA to take Seresto flea collars off market
again: In a 22-page report that heavily cites reporting and documents published by Investigate Midwest and USA TODAY, as well as never-before-released information, the subcommittee reveals new details about how Seresto “may be the most dangerous flea and tick product on the market” and that the EPA knew it.

# Border / Immigration
U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Allow Biden’s Shift on Immigration Enforcement: The justices on a 5-4 vote denied the Biden administration’s request to block a federal judge’s ruling that had prevented immigration officials from carrying out the enforcement guidelines while litigation over the legality of the policy continues.

U.S. Supreme Court hands Texas another legal victory on Biden’s immigration policies: The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday handed Texas another legal win in an ongoing lawsuit over the Department of Homeland Security’s deportation policy.

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
New Challenge to FDA on 12-15-Year-Old Children Covid Injections:  Icandecide.org ICAN has filed a Citizen Petition with the FDA calling on the agency to reverse its reckless course on Covid-19 injections for teenagers. The Petition demands that the FDA revoke its emergency use authorization (EUA) for Pfizer’s product in children aged 12 through 15

New clues help explain why the SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant is so transmissible: A team of researchers with members from the Gladstone Institute and Curative Inc. has uncovered new attributes of the SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant that could explain why it is so much more transmissible than other variants of the virus.

Study suggests SARS-CoV-2 virus enters the brain by using cells in the nose to make nanotube tunnels: A team of researchers at Institut Pasteur reports evidence that suggests the SARS-CoV-2 virus is able to enter the brain by using nose cells to make nanotube tunnels. The group describes their study of the virus behavior when infecting certain types of cells and using high-powered microscopes to study its movement.

A novel COVID-19 vaccine using modified bacterial DNA: Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, with colleagues elsewhere, describe a different way to build a COVID-19 vaccine, one that would, in theory, remain effective against new and emerging variants and could be taken as a pill, by inhalation or other delivery methods.

New clinical symptoms identified in largest international case series of confirmed monkeypox cases: The study identifies new clinical symptoms of monkeypox infection, which will aid future diagnosis and help to slow the spread of infection.

As if COVID, monkeypox and triple-digit heat indices aren’t enough to make you consider sealing yourself inside an air-conditioned hazmat suit, the announcement by Florida’s health department that confirmed the first locally transmitted case of dengue in Miami-Dade County might be enough to get you asking about measurements for such a suit.

# Economy / Finance / Trade
Republicans on Senate Banking Committee criticized the SEC chairman’s lack of transparency

# Education / Schools
Florida’s Repressive Laws Are Exacerbating a Growing National Teacher Shortage: A hostile climate toward educators, particularly around LGBTQ+ issues and race, is pushing people out of the profession  in droves.

# Employment / Labor
Auto factory in Alabama busted hiring 12-yr-old kids: “Consumers should be outraged,” said a former U.S. assistant secretary of labor for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. SMART Alabama had three children from a Guatemalan migrant family working at the plant, a 14-year-old girl and her two brothers, ages 15 and 12. The children did not attend school.

Why workers are turning to unions: Besides fighting for better wages and working conditions, unions confront favoritism and discrimination when no one else will.  A short answer to the headline might be, “The same reason laborers invented unions in the first place: they are tired of being screwed by management and know the only hope of changing that is working together.”
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# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical The Gulf of Mexico is set to have its first offshore wind farms along the coasts of Texas and Louisiana

Feds want to help build massive wind farm larger than the City of Houston off the coast of Galveston. Federal officials said Wednesday they are looking into leasing a massive amount of offshore land for wind projects about 24 nautical miles off the coast of Galveston.

Texan politicians won’t say this, but solar is saving their tushies right now: There has been an enormous increase in solar investment, and technological advancements have made solar power astonishingly cheap.

# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure The most fascinating birds will be the first to go extinct: The biodiversity crisis will most directly affect distinctive members of the avian family. The giant ibis, along with other physically distinctive birds of extreme shapes and sizes, is more likely to be lost in the current biodiversity crisis

Bob Bullard interview: Supreme Court’s climate change ruling places ‘uneven burdens on overburdened communities’: Curbing federal authority over carbon emissions reductions and increasing heat waves will have a cascading effect on the most vulnerable communities

Hidden hazards in urban soils at risk of being unleashed by rise in
flooding: For decades in Houston, where resident Bryan “Lucas” Parras grew up near the city’s shipping channel, neighborhoods have faced the cumulative impacts of toxic emissions. The area is crammed with industrial facilities, chemical plants and oil refineries. Pollution has become such an ingrained part of life, Parras said, that residents on the city’s East End automatically adjust to the health threats: limiting time outdoors, filtering their water and making sure to carry their inhalers in case of asthma attacks.

Chomsky: U.S. Government’s Nonresponse to Climate Crisis Has HistoricalPrecedent: Combating the climate crisis must be a common effort, everywhere, says Noam Chomsky.

# Environment / Climate / Global
Congo peat swamps store three years of global carbon emissions, imminent oil drilling could release it: When we overlayed our new map of the peatland on a map of oil concessions, we discovered that the upcoming sale of rights to explore for fossil fuels includes close to 1 million hectares of peat swamp forest. If destroyed by the construction of roads, pipelines and other infrastructure needed to extract the oil, we estimate that up to 6 billion tonnes of CO₂ could be released, equivalent to 14 years’ worth of current UK greenhouse gas emissions.

Inside a glacier, a biologist finds an incredibly rare ice dragon: The Patagonian ice dragon lives on glaciers and is believed to have natural anti-freeze in its blood. This rare creature is endangered because its habitat is melting away

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals / Global
Russia and Ukraine are set to agree on a grain shipment deal on Friday. The two countries are slated to approve a UN proposal that will allow Ukraine to export 22 million tons of grain and other agricultural products internationally. Previously, Russia’s invasion had halted shipments from leaving Black Sea ports.

Russia and Ukraine have blamed each other for the shipment hiatus.  During this standoff, wheat and barley prices skyrocketed, and dangerous food shortages have affected up to 181 million people worldwide, according to AP.

Why China’s embrace of GMO wheat and soy will change policies in South Africa and the rest of the continent Chinese National Crop Variety Approval Committee released two standards that clear the path for cultivating genetically modified (GM) crops in the country — wheat and soy

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals / Other This Company Has Developed Vegan Oysters, With Biodegradable ‘Shells’ to Come: Pearlita Foods, a cell-cultured seafood startup, has revealed its vegan prototype for oysters made from ingredients like mushrooms and seaweed. The plant-based oysters will even come served in a no-shucking-necessary shell that is biodegradable.

# General Information / Other News
How a 1989 poster became a fixture on the front lines in the battle over abortion rights: Barbara Kruger’s ‘Untitled (Your body is a battleground)’ has seamlessly transitioned to social media, inspiring a new generation of media-savvy artists and activists.

# Gov / Politics / Global
“The Moment Of Truth Is Coming In The Russia-Ukraine War”: Steve Forbes Shares Insights On Putin’s Attack This episode of What’s Ahead sounds the alarm over what’s unfolding in the Ukraine war. Despite embarrassing setbacks and enormous casualties, Putin believes he can still win.

# Gov / Politics / US
The Good, the Bad, and the Omitted in the Electoral Count Act: The bill introduced yesterday fixes many problems, but doesn’t really safeguard Americans’ right to vote.

Former President Donald Trump went on a massive tirade late Thursday night after the House select committee on the Jan 6th riot concluded their latest public hearing, with Trump ending his night by trashing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as a “disloyal sleaze bag!”

Why won’t Republicans investigate white supremacists in uniform? We know why, every House Republican, including Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, voted to ignore far-right extremists in uniform. The current Republican Party and the larger white right have been willing to amplify such voices, bringing them into the highest levels of government and power and, through “narrative laundering,” into the mainstream of American society and politics. Trumpism and American neofascism are at once a reflection, a cause and a symptom of growing racial authoritarianism and outright white supremacy, both in the United States and around the world.

Trump’s inner circle is secretly making plans to fire thousands government employees if he wins in 2024, report says. The plan would be to replace them with people loyal to Trump, the report said.

Austin City Council approves resolution to decriminalize abortion: The Austin City Council approved legislation on Thursday aimed at protecting abortion rights, even as the state of Texas moves to make it tougher to get the procedure.

Nearly every House Republican votes against codifying right to contraception: “If they had the chance they would ban it,” said Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.)

# Law Enforcement
Missing Footage Fuels Questions About Shooting of Black Teen: New video of an incident that left a 13-year-old paralyzed has a glaring omission:  the footage from the cop as he fired.

# Legal / DOJ
‘He chose not to act’: Jan. 6 panel details Trump’s actions during Capitol riot: Lawmakers on Thursday broke down the former president’s 187 minutes of inaction as a riot engulfed the Capitol, promising more hearings on the way.

“Donald Trump ignored and disregarded the desperate pleas of his own family, including Ivanka and Don Jr. He could not be moved.” “There can be no doubt that there was a coordinated, multi-step effort to overturn an election overseen and directed by Donald Trump.” January 6 Committee Chair Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.)

When Trump Finally Told His Mob to Go Home: It was only when it became clear that the January 6th coup wouldn’t succeed that Trump told his insurrectionists to stand down.

Secret Service erased text messages sent before and during the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Secret Service text messages from around the time of the attack on the U.S. Capitol were deleted despite requests from Congress and federal investigators that they be preserved, the agency confirmed in response to a subpoena from the House Jan. 6 committee.

Why Donald Trump can’t be prosecuted for ‘dereliction of duty’ for his inaction on Jan. 6: With the exception of a few states, dereliction of a duty is mostly used in military law and does not apply to citizens, including US presidents.

Bannon trial live updates: Bannon chose ‘allegiance’ to Trump, prosecutor says: The defendant chose allegiance to Donald Trump over compliance with the law,” Gaston said. “He has contempt for our system of government and he does not think he needs to play by its rules,” she added.

# Marijuana / Hemp / CBD Oil
Senate Democrats unveil bill to legalize, tax and regulate cannabis, opposition from Republicans and some Democrats is expected to pose a challenge to passing the measure.

# Medical / Health Global
In Post-Roe America, A Grave Miscarriage of Justice Proliferates: Post-Roe America Will Lead to Increased Criminalization of Pregnant Women. These laws grant state lawmakers and prosecutors jurisdiction to criminalize women in cases of illegal abortions, miscarriages and many other instances of so-called child abuse.

# Medical / Health
Birth-Control Access Bill Passed by House: Contraception legislation follows effort to protect same-sex and interracial marriage

‘We are bearing witness’: Reproductive-health researchers are scrambling to track the effects of the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the federally protected right to an abortion. Recent studies have shown that:
* Maternal deaths could rise by an estimated 29% in some of the states expected to ban the procedure
* Pregnant people who visited two hospitals in Texas — where there are strict laws against abortion — with potentially deadly complications were significantly more likely to experience serious effects than people in states who could choose termination

Mississippi judge sets hearing on challenge to abortion law

# Military / DOD
Weather as a Force Multiplier, Owning the Weather in 2025: The report starts out stating, “The purpose of this paper is to outline a strategy for the use of a future weather-modification system to achieve military objectives.” The full report lists a wide variety of weather modification and weather weapon capabilities. As the report has disappeared from the USAF website, you can find a copy here.

HAARP: Weather Control: Is the HAARP Project a Weather Control Weapon? “It isn’t just conspiracy theorists who are concerned about HAARP. The European Union called the project a global concern and passed a resolution calling for more information on its health and environmental risks. Despite those concerns, officials at HAARP insist the project is nothing more sinister than a radio science research facility.” From documentary on HAARP weather control capabilities by Canada’s CBC

Tsunami Bomb Weapon Reported in New Zealand’s Top Newspaper: All of the deepest research on these projects is classified for reasons of “national security.” They don’t want the public to know about the very disturbing and damaging capabilities they have developed. Many researchers suspect those who control these technologies can influence and even trigger major events like earthquakes, hurricanes, and tsunamis

# Military / Global
What Putin Can Do With His Deadly New Gift from Iran: A shiny, and dangerous, army of drones will soon fall into Russian hands. Will it turn the tide for Moscow?

How the Chinese military is absorbing the lessons of Russia’s war in Ukraine. “This Is Far More Complex Than They Might Have Imagined”

# Pharmaceuticals
Abortion Pill Maker Moves to Challenge Mississippi Trigger Law: The company is currently challenging a Mississippi law that effectively banned telehealth abortions by making patients see doctors in person.

# Security
Surveillance is pervasive: Yes, you are being watched, even if no one is looking for you: It’s increasingly difficult to move about, both in the physical world and online, without being tracked. Most Americans are aware of video surveillance of public spaces. Likewise, most people know about online tracking – and want Congress to do something about it. But as a researcher who studies digital culture and secret communications, I believe that to understand how pervasive surveillance is, it’s important to recognize how physical and digital tracking work together.

# Space / UFO Disclosure / Other
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