Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-09-16

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September 16, 2022
Published by Jedi Selman Since March 2000 To Inform and Educate

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# Indigenous / Global
I am the land: Native islander uses ancestral wisdom to help return Puerto Rico to its Indigenous roots.

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
The Lancet Commission on lessons for the future from the COVID-19 pandemic: Covid’s staggering death toll is both a profound tragedy and a massive global failure at multiplelevels. Too many governments have failed to adhere to basic norms of institutional rationality and transparency, too many people, often influenced by misinformation, have disrespected and protested against basic public health precautions, and the world’s major powers have failed to collaborate to control the pandemic.

Exclusive: Woman Injured by J&J Vaccine Has ‘Never Seen Such Meanness’: After she was injured by the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, Sheila Bath said doctors screamed at her and told her she was “nuts” for thinking the vaccine caused her injuries.

CDC Reports 5,300 Errors in Vaccine Doses Given to Kids, as Latest VAERS Data Show 155 Reports of Deaths in Children 6 Months to 17 Years Old

Major COVID Report Suggests Virus Could Have Leaked From a U.S. Lab: The Defender’s COVID NewsWatch provides a roundup of the latest headlines related to the SARS CoV-2 virus, including its origins and COVID vaccines.

# Education / Schools
State Investigation Reveals Racial Disparities in Student Discipline and Police Involvement: The Illinois civil rights probe of the state’s largest high school district comes after ProPublica and the Chicago Tribune documented thousands of police tickets issued to students for minor infractions.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical After oil industry leaders fail to show up for a hearing, Congressional Democrats use research and expert testimony to expose oil companies’
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Biden Admin Reinstates Nearly $190 Million in Gulf Drilling Leases: The move was one of the compromises struck between Democratic party leaders and pro-fossil-fuel Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia in exchange for his support of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the most significant climate legislation in U.S. history to date.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemicals / Global Europe, More Than Putin, Must Shoulder the Blame for the Energy Crisis: Europe’s arrogant, self-righteous posturing over Russian gas supplies, divorced from any discernible geopolitical reality, reflects precisely the same foolhardy mindset that helped provoke Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine in the first place.

# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure Utah’s youth climate activists held a funeral for the Great Salt Lake: ‘Even though we’re the ones speaking up, the only landscape we know is something dead.’

Utah youths hold ‘die-in’ for Great Salt Lake, challenge elected leaders to take bolder action: With the lake receding most of their lives, Wasatch Front students call out policymakers for leaving the burden of its fallout on their shoulders.

Hungry bears are getting desperate in Montana. Why? A poor berry crop is driving black bears into Missoula. A hot summer might be to blame. Hungry black bears are flooding neighborhoods, the university campus and even downtown streets in Missoula, Montana. Regional wildlife experts say the animals are looking for food thanks to a lack of berries in the nearby hills and mountains.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals / Other New EWG Testing Reveals Fruit Leather’s Secret Toxic Ingredient: Fruit leather is generally considered a healthy snack to grab on your way to the cash register or toss in your child’s lunchbox. But a new report from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) released Thursday revealed that these dried-fruit pancakes have a secret ingredient: pesticides. The environmental and public-health watchdog tested 37 organic and conventional fruit leathers from 10 brands including 365 Whole Foods Market, Bear, Bob Snail, Good & Gather, Stretch Island, That’s It and Trader Joe’s and found that all 26 conventional leathers tested positive for pesticide residues.

# General Information / Other News
For Donald Trump, Information Has Always Been Power: People have wondered why the former president collected classified intel, speculating that he is just a packrat. But he has a long history of gathering and wielding sensitive info to help himself.

# Gov / Politics / Global
Putin’s Allies Are Now Slamming the War Right to His Face: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made clear to Vladimir Putin in a meeting that he is not confident in Russia’s decisions about the war in Ukraine.

# Gov / Politics / US
New Voting Restrictions Could Make It Harder for 1 in 5 Americans to Vote: Across the country, from California to Georgia, people like Olivia Coley-Pearson and Faye Combs are working through stigma and increased restrictions as they help people who struggle to read exercise their right to vote.

Biden’s New Edict Will “Predictably Program Biology” & “Write Circuitry For Cell”: The order refers to a bioeconomy as an “economic activity derived from the life sciences, particularly in the areas of biotechnology and biomanufacturing, including industries, products, services, and the workforce.” Most shocking, the order directs multiple federal agencies to work with the private sector to develop genetic engineering technologies to “write circuitry for cells” and to “predictably program biology.” according to a report by Natural News.

A Disability Program Promised to Lift People From Poverty. Instead, It Left Many Homeless.

The ‘Sleeper’ Senate Battleground Dems Are Overlooking: It could turn out to be the closest Senate race in the nation, and the one that could determine control of the chamber.

Multiple Pro-Russian Officials Killed in Single Day Across Ukraine: Multiple Russian-installed officials have been killed in a single day across Ukraine, with Kyiv ramping up efforts to recapture territory that was seized by Russian forces during the course of the war.

‘Tear apart’ DOJ and FBI: Devin Nunes implores Republicans to act on John Durham bombshell: The alleged source is Igor Danchenko, a U.S.-based Russian lawyer who is charged with five counts of making false statements tied to what he told the bureau about the dossier.

Scandal-Dogged Ex–Federal Reserve Governor Manufactures Consent for Rate Hikes: Richard Clarida, now a TV talking head, is doing all he can to kill jobs and cut wages.

# Law Enforcement
For Helping Voters Who Can’t Read, She’s Been Criminally Charged, Twice. That Hasn’t Stopped Her. Olivia Coley-Pearson offered help to voters who struggle to read. For taking on one of America’s oldest forms of voter suppression, she got threats, a trip to jail and a reminder of the nation’s long legacy of weaponizing literacy.

“Another Place to Warehouse People”: The State Where Halfway Houses Are a Revolving Door to Prison: Colorado’s halfway houses were intended to reduce recidivism, but insiders describe a system plagued by a lack of training and support, costs that can burden residents with debt and overly harsh rules that have sent many back in prison.

Across the Midwest, Counties Are Building New Jails on Toxic Land: At least 23 jails have either been proposed or constructed on toxic and contaminated lands since 2020. All but three of these facilities also were located in their state’s toxic air corridors, where the most harmful health risks from air pollution, including COVID-19 and cancer, are found.

# Legal / DOJ
Washington judge Sal Mendoza is confirmed to Ninth Circuit: A judge from the Tri-Cities is the first Hispanic judge from Washington state to ever serve on the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. U.S. District Court Judge Salvador “Sal” Mendoza has been confirmed to the higher court by the Senate in a 46-40 vote. He was nominated for the Ninth Circuit in April by President Joe Biden. He replaces M. Margaret McKeown of San Diego, California, who is retiring from the role she has held since 1998. The Ninth Circuit is one of 13 U.S. courts of appeal.

Altercation: The Billion-Dollar Campaign for Right-Wing Extremist Judges: The man who reshaped the Supreme Court has just been handed $1.6 billion to degrade every other court.

Senate Won’t Vote on Same-Sex Marriage Bill Until After Election

# Medical / Health
Warnings Of Nitazenes In Illicit Opioids: 10 Times Fentanyl’s Strength: Despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, the opioid epidemic persists and seems to be worsening. In areas throughout the United States, a highly potent new synthetic opioid is starting to show up on the streets and is having devastating effects on its users. A class of opioids called ‘nitazenes’ has recently been found in syringes examined by scientists throughout the country.

NJ man first fully paralyzed person to get brain-computer interface: A brain-computer interface is a system that acquires brain signals, analyses them, and then converts them into commands that can be relayed over an output device. A common example of such as system is Neuralink which has enabled experimental monkeys to play computer games without using a joystick.

Judge Said Religious Employers Can Deny Preventive Care — a Dizzying Precedent: Today’s hearing will clarify the ruling letting employers off the hook for preventive care they associate with “sin.”

# Military / DOD
As Air Force cuts pay for thousands, those with cyber skills now eligible for big reenlistment bonuses: While dozens of enlisted jobs are expecting cuts to special duty assignment pay, no cyber-related careers are at risk of having those funds cut.

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