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# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Here’s what you should know about monkeypox in children: 84 children under 18 have been affected around the world to date, including two children in the US. Although there have been at least two cases of monkeypox in kids in the US, public health officials say that they believe the chance of widespread infections in youngsters is remote, even with a new school year just around the corner.
Many California Covid Cases Are Reinfections; BA.2.75 Is Spreading: Officials are keeping a close eye on the latest COVID-19 subvariant. They say Omicron BA.2.75 may be the most contagious variant yet with the ability to bypass previous immunity. So far, it’s been most prevalent in India, although it has shown up in about a dozen countries, including the United States.
Innate immune suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccinations: The role of G-quadruplexes, exosomes, and MicroRNAs. The immune response to the vaccine is very different from that to a SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Exclusive: Woman Feels ‘Like the Walking Dead’ After COVID Vaccine Injuries: In an interview with The Defender, Catherine Parker, who had a complete and fulfilling life before she was injured by a COVID-19 vaccine, said she started a support group for others who are injured and who feel dismissed by doctors.
# Economy / Finance / Trade
The Modern-Day Company Towns of Arkansas Fortune 100 giants Tyson Foods and Walmart have heavy influence over two cities within 20 miles of one another, tucked into the northwest corner of the state.
# Economy / Finance / Trade / Global
Inflation is spiking around the world – not just in the United States: Labor market disruptions, supply chain strains and the war in Ukraine have taken a toll everywhere. According to the latest report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual inflation rate in May was 8.6%, its highest level since 1981, as measured by the consumer price index. Other inflation metrics also have shown significant increases over the past year or so, though not quite to the same extent as the CPI.
Carbon Capture Won’t Work, But It Will Funnel Billions to Corporations: Fossil fuel interests persuaded the government to waste billions on false schemes that don’t solve the climate crisis.
# Education / Schools
City residents who support neighborhood schools are often divided by race and purpose: Different views of gentrification drive divisions that keep school activists separated by race.
Georgia Prof Accused of Gunning Down Freshman in Parking Lot: An 18-year-old girl was allegedly shot and killed by a professor at the Georgia university that she planned to attend in the fall, according to police and local reports.
# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical Price gouging at the pump results in 235% profit jump for Big Oil: “Make no mistake; these profits mark a large transfer of wealth from working- and middle-class people to wealthy oil executives and shareholders,” said Jordan Schreiber of Accountable.US.
# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemicals / Global As Europe faces its worst energy crunch in decades amid the war in Ukraine, national capitals have been scrambling to shore up their gas reserves ahead of the winter. But another fuel could also soon be in short supply: coal.
# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure A fear of gentrification turns clearing lead contamination on Atlanta’s westside into a ‘two-edged sword’ for residents. The EPA says it is working hard to allay communities fears as it works to clean up 2,000 properties on a new Superfund site, but suspicions run deep in a city with a history of displacing Black communities in the name of urban redevelopment.
# General Information / Other News
Trump’s Lawyers Are Preparing Legal Defenses Against Criminal Charges that shifts blame to “fall-guys” that worked for him: “Trump got some terrible advice from attorneys who, some people would argue, should have or must have known better,” a source with knowledge of recent discussions told the outlet. “An ‘advice of counsel’ defense would be a big one.”
# Gov / Politics / Global
China’s military ‘will not sit idly by’ if Nancy Pelosi visits Taiwan: Spokesperson warns visit from US House speaker during Asia tour would have ‘egregious political impact’: News of a possible visit by Pelosi has set off intense speculation about China’s potential diplomatic and military responses. But for Taiwan, the visit, if it occurs, would be merely the latest point of strife in an already tense situation that has shadowed the island democracy for decades.
China Is Issuing The Same “Red Line” Warnings About Taiwan That Russia Issued About Ukraine: This trip, which Beijing perceives as an egregious transgression of Washington’s longstanding one-China policy, is already so incendiary that the Pentagon is now planning to send in fighter jets and other war machinery to protect Pelosi’s plane in case of attacks by the Chinese military. Failing to learn from history is one thing; failing to learn even from the last five months is quite another.
Ukraine wants the US to provide gas without receiving payment for 2 years: Russia blackmails its neighbors with energy. Kyiv needs a solution.
Zelensky and some lawmakers want more U.S. military in Ukraine: After Zelensky’s Address, Lawmakers Call for Military Action. Most members of Congress oppose a no-fly zone, but some reacted to the Ukrainian president’s speech by considering more aggressive measures.
Putin says America is Russia’s main threat as he reveals his navy will be fitted with devastating hypersonic ‘Zircon’ missiles that travel at nine times the speed of sound. Russia boasts the most advanced hypersonic weaponry of any military
Servant of the Corrupt: On the relationship between President Zelensky, Oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky and Washington DC: In 2019, the CIA-run Radio Free Europe reported on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s connection to Ihor Kholomoisky, a Ukrainian oligarch whom the State Department banned from entering the U.S. in March 2021 due to his “significant corruption.”
# Gov / Politics / US
Republicans’ next big play is to ‘scare the hell out of Washington’ by rewriting the Constitution. And they’re willing to play the long game to win. The conservative movement isn’t done reshaping the Constitution from the ground up. Conservatives are now pushing an unprecedented convention to re-write the US bedrock text since 1788. So far, 19 GOP states have joined a rapidly-growing conservative movement to call a new convention.
Why Biden’s global hypocrisy starts at home.
Biden’s Green Hypocrisy: The president’s attempt to lift the federal gas tax exposes the hollowness of climate-change rhetoric. The spiraling price at the pump—brought on by Biden’s cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline, his suspension of new gas and oil leases, his renewable energy mandates, and U.S. sanctions on Russia—is a de facto carbon tax. Allowed to operate unimpeded, this supply-driven price hike would lower the generation of greenhouse gases
American Diplomacy as a Tragic Drama: As in a Greek tragedy whose protagonist brings about precisely the fate that he has sought to avoid, the US/NATO confrontation with Russia in Ukraine is achieving just the opposite of America’s aim of preventing China, Russia, and their allies from acting independently of U.S. control over their trade and investment policy.
Americans generally support On Tuesday, Kansans are slated to vote on a constitutional amendment that would take away the right to abortion and open the door to a total ban. On Tuesday, Kansans are slated to vote on a constitutional amendment that would take away the right to abortion and open the door to a total ban.
The All-American Lie Factory: American and Russian soldiers will soon likely be shooting at each other. Government and the media work together to promote war on Russia. The President of Serbia and columnists like Pat Buchanan and Tulsi Gabbard believe that we are already de facto in World War 3 and one has to wonder how the White House is getting away with ignoring the War Powers mandates in the US Constitution.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is planning to visit Taiwan, with meetings scheduled with government officials on the self-ruled island that China claims as its own, according to a person familiar with the matter, raising the prospect of increased tensions between the U.S. and China.
The modern-day Civil War that has erupted in America, How and will this modern day Civil War end? We have reached a point in our history in which there are opposing elements and factions that no longer can work together, cannot even meet in the middle, for the common good, and are working against each other in very harmful, destructive ways. On the one
side: Trump, Republicans, red states, QAnon, the Oath Keepers, the Proud Boys, and other ultra-radical groups. On the other: Decent, normal Americans, blue states, the rule of law, the nation’s democracy, and the US Constitution
Calling out Sen. Pat Toomey by name, Sen. Bernie Sanders said Republicans blocking a bill aimed at providing care to veterans exposed to toxic chemicals overseas should not have voted to fund the wars that created the health nightmare for millions of people. “Taking care of our veterans is the cost of war, period,” Sanders added. “End of discussion.”
# Legal / DOJ
Names Of Election Worker Witnesses Found On Oath Keeper Suspect’s ‘Death List’: Alleged Oath Keeper Thomas Caldwell had a ‘death list’ including the name of an election official and their family. His lawyers say it’s a ‘doodle pad.’
Trump Must Be Charged for ‘Crimes’ or They’ll Be Repeated: Trump’s actions were being looked into as part of that probe. Meanwhile, the House select committee investigating last year’s Capitol riot has held eight publicly televised hearings laying out what many analysts view as damning evidence and testimony against the ex-president.
John Pilger: The U.S. Is “Close To Getting Its Hands On Julian Assange”: ‘There is a revolution coming. It will not be like revolutions of the past.”
Trump-Appointed DHS Watchdog Dropped Efforts to Recover Deleted Jan. 6 Texts. A plan was in the works to collect phones and retrieve missing data, then suddenly dropped
Meet the Neo-Confederate 9/11 Truther Maryland GOP Voters Picked for Attorney General: Michael Peroutka spread the unfounded, debunked conspiracy theory that the World Trade Center was brought down by controlled demolition
Republican states sue to let schools block LGBTQ children from getting meals, the lawsuit is part of the right’s escalating attacks on LGBTQ peoples’ right to exist in the U.S: Twenty-two states sued the Biden administration over a rule that would cut federal meal funding for schools that don’t include LGBT-friendly policies.
An Illinois Bakery Planned a Drag Show, and the Town Lost It: The event at Uprising Bakery and Cafe was not only derailed by smashed windows and vandalism. Now, town officials are threatening to ruin the business.
# Medical / Health
A Rare Outbreak of Hepatitis in Children Has Doctors Baffled: Is it caused by a new virus? COVID lockdowns? Scientists aren’t sure yet.
1 in 30 American children have autism, diagnoses up nearly 52% since 2017: Study authors did not discuss potential causes for the stark rise, though many experts have attributed the increase to greater awareness of the condition among parents and doctors.
Common Medications May Increase the Dangers of Heat Waves: Heat waves can be deadly. And experts worry that certain medications may make the danger even greater.
Medical Journals are Funded by the Pharmaceutical Industry: With differing opinions about best treatment options, the final say often comes down to what clinical research shows, with documentation in peer-reviewed medical journals being the gold standard. The entangled relationship between pharmaceutical companies and medical journals is growing and it is skewing results in favor of pharmaceutical product use.
Young woman injured by Gardasil HPV vaccine sues Merck, alleging the drugmaker fraudulently concealed the risks of its Gardasil human papillomavirus vaccine: ‘I Don’t Want This Pain for Other Kids’
3 Cancer Patients to Face Off Against Monsanto in New Roundup Weedkiller Trial: Jury selection begins today, as three cancer patients face off against Monsanto in the company’s former hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, alleging exposure to the company’s Roundup weedkiller caused their illnesses.
# Military / DOD
How the Pentagon Uses a Secretive Program to Wage Proxy Wars: Basic information about these missions — where they are conducted, their frequency and targets, and the foreign forces the U.S. relies on to carry them out — are unknown even to most members of relevant congressional committees and key State Department personnel.
# Military / Global
Putin announces new naval doctrine expanding the Russian Navy’s scope of action: Russia aims to boost the strategic positions of its navy on the Black Sea and seek to maintain an Atlantic and Mediterranean presence, according its latest naval doctrine which has been revised over NATO’s “inadmissible” expansion.
Pfizer accused of pandemic profiteering as profits double: Pfizer sold the vaccine to African countries at $3 to $10 a shot. It indicated that a non-profit dose costs just $6.75, or £4.98, to produce, but has reportedly charged the NHS £18 a dose for the first 100m jabs bought and £22 a dose for the next 89m, totalling £3.76bn, amounting to an eye-watering 299% mark-up.
Medicare could’ve saved $3.6 billion by buying drugs at same prices as Mark Cuban’s online pharmacy, according to a new study: Researchers compared 2020 Medicare spending for a total of 89 drugs, to their prices at Cost Plus Drug Co. in February. They estimate that Medicare overpaid for 77 generic drugs, spending $8.1 billion compared with $4.5 billion if the federal agency had purchased at the same prices as Cost Plus Drug Co. charges.
This Is How Big Pharma Wins: On September 19, 2019, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced the Elijah Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act. The bill would allow the federal government to negotiate drug prices on behalf of Medicare, a right assumed by the governments of every other major economy. In 2021, the industry reported spending $124 million on a fleet of 846 lobbyists, roughly two for every member of Congress. Sixty-five percent were former government employees.
Big Pharma Is Hijacking the Information Doctors Need Most: Why have so many smart, well-trained doctors stood by as American healthcare descended into a state of profound dysfunction? The answer lies in the gradual, nearly invisible commercial takeover of the medical “knowledge” that doctors are trained to trust. The drug companies own that data and keep it confidential. Reviewers must rely on brief data summaries.
Part I: Carey Gillam, Reporter turned organic propagandist who twists science in campaign to discredit biotechnology and conventional agriculture
Part II: Web of Disinformers: Carey Gillam, the network of anti-crop biotechnology activists, and the funders behind their campaigns. What is the matrix of organizations behind these disinformation campaigns: Center for Food Safety, US Right to Know, Organic Consumers Association and the Church of Scientology?
Who Are We and What Does It Mean to Be Human Anymore? Neanderthals and Denisovans in our genes, sentient mollusks, and speaking cats and bats. We are not what we thought we were. Nor were other human species, we have been discovering over the last 20 years.
The hapless male Y chromosome finally has a purpose: Men missing the Y in some of their white blood cells face heightened health risks. That was a mere association a few years ago, but now appears to be causal, according to results of an investigation in Science from researchers at Uppsala University. The research combines clues from mouse studies and epidemiological data from the UK Biobank.
He deals with gun violence every day, so he wrote a poem about it, and became a Pulitzer winner: This Black Teen Deals With Gun Violence Every Day, So He Wrote A Gut-Wrenching Poem About It, And Won The Top Prize “It’s very essential for people to understand that it only takes a few seconds for someone to make that choice and ruin a person’s life.”
# Space / UFO Disclosure / Other
Russia’s withdrawal from the International Space Station could mean the early demise of the orbital lab – and sever another Russian link with the West
Twitter Investor Sues Elon Musk in a Bid to Force Through $44 Billion Takeover: Luigi Crispo’s suit accuses Musk of breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty to Twitter’s shareholders, according to Bloomberg. It claims he offered feeble “rationales for reneging on his contract.” Two “corporate acquisition entities” connected to the deal are also named as defendants.
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