Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-09-23

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September 23, 2022
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# Education / Schools
Virginia Commonwealth University will change its fraternity rules and pay $1 million after a 19-year-old pledge died. Students will now be required to complete 12 credit hours at VCU before they can join a fraternity or sorority, alcohol will not be allowed at any event with new members, and Feb. 27 will be recognized as a hazing prevention day.

Two Powerful Unions Have Come Together to Fight the Right’s Attack on Higher Ed: The two unions representing teachers and university professors are fighting for academic freedom and shared governance

# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure Humans are dosing Earth’s waterways with medicines. It isn’t healthy: Medicines, chemical formulations that alleviate much human suffering, can also be significant pollutants, with active ingredients often excreted from the human body and entering waterways. However, the intensity of this contamination and of its impacts has not been well researched.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals / Other Powerful Industry’s Torrent of Manure Overwhelms State Regulators: Cause of Michigan’s worst water pollution is too much waste spread on too little land.

# General Information / Other News
As Bad as the World Looks Right Now, It’s Actually Worse: If the average person paid closer attention to what was really being discussed at the UN, or had the opportunity to listen in on some of the behind-the-scenes conversations as some of us are obligated to do, they would come away from the experience shaken not stirred.

Calls by Zelensky and Biden for UN reform are supported by people around the world, new survey: Echoing his calls for UN reform earlier this year, Zelensky lamented that much talk about UN reform in the past has led nowhere. He called for an expansion of representation to those who remain unheard.

Why This Is More Dangerous Than the Cuban Missile Crisis – Helen Caldicott:  The military confrontation between the US and Russia puts our very existence in more danger than ever before.

“That’s Pretty Extreme”: A day in the town that came up with a jaw-dropping solution to banish homeless people.

# Gov / Politics / Global
Four Moscow-occupied regions in Ukraine are slated to vote on joining Russia starting Friday. The votes in Luhansk, Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, and Donetsk are universally viewed as a sham by Ukraine and Western powers.
It’s likely Russia will use sham elections as pretense for annexing areas of Ukraine. Voting begins today, and will continue until Tuesday.

From “Special Operation” to “Defensive War”: Russian leadership seemed to think that the best course of action was to retain the appearance of ordinary life. Now all of that could change.

More Storm Clouds Gather Over Armenia, Azerbaijan: Azerbaijan’s military action has jeopardized peace talks. The latest round of brutal violence seems aimed as much against Russia as against Armenia.

The Dirty Little Secret That Could Kill This Putin Fugitive: He’s one of Russia’s most wanted men, and the one Putin fears the most. In an interview, Milov says the proverbial bottom line of Putin’s ham-fisted control over the 10 or so energy companies responsible for overseeing Russian oil and natural gas can be easily translated into English, Russian, or Klingon.

# Gov / Politics / US
Midterms reveal white nationalism’s potency: Midterms reveal white nationalism’s potency. “We must be honest with each other and with ourselves,” Biden said. “Too much of what’s happening in our country today is not normal. Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic.”

Russia’s and China’s surveillance states, and America’s surveillance capitalism, are they really so different? Important and useful reporting. Pardon me if I ask an impertinent question: Why aren’t we hearing about corporate surveillance of employees in the United States? Or corporate surveillance of Americans in general? Or how corporate surveillance is being used by the US and state governments? If Russia’s and China’s surveillance states are far more dangerously intrusive than America’s surveillance capitalism, shouldn’t we know more about how the same or very similar technologies are being utilized here?

House Passes Bill to Correct Flaws in Certification of Presidential Elections: The bill had the support of nearly all Democrats and just nine Republicans in the House.

Far-right Republicans are itching for a government shutdown: Rep. Kevin McCarthy May Face Big Problems If GOP Wins Narrow Majority In House. The volatile Freedom Caucus is itching to shut down the government and could throw McCarthy out of his leadership position.

# Legal / DOJ
Judge Cannon’s Mar-a-Lago Ruling Just Got Benchslapped: The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals took a sledgehammer to the Trump-appointed judge’s misreading of the law. There are Trump judges and Trump-y judges. In a per curiam ruling, the panel laid waste to Judge Cannon’s refusal to exclude classified documents seized at Mar-a-Lago from the special master review process, as well as her ban on the FBI using them in its ongoing criminal investigation.

Amended Autopsy for Elijah McClain Shows New Cause of Death: Five former police officers and paramedics involved in the incident are scheduled to be arraigned on Nov. 4: A New Elijah McClain Autopsy Shows He Died Of Complications From Being Injected With A Sedative While Forcibly Restrained, “I believe that Mr. McClain would most likely be alive but for the administration of ketamine,” a forensic pathologist said in the new findings. The five face 32 charges, including manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide. Their arraignment is set for November.

# Medical / Health
She Wanted An Abortion. Now The Embryo Is Suing Her Doctors: The ‘wrongful death’ suit could usher in a new threat for abortion providers and women nationwide

UHC2030: The United Nations’ Global Public-Private Partnership For Healthcare: Agenda 2030 was first outlined with General Assembly Resolution 70/1 (A/Res/70/1). In October 2015, this Resolution committed the UN to Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In UN parlance, “sustainability” is misleadingly used as a synonym for transformation. Nothing about the SDGs is as it first appears.

Monoclonal antibodies may be HIV game-changer: HIV therapies currently need to be taken regularly for life – longer-lasting antibody treatments could one day offer an equally effective one-shot alternative

# Military / DOD
The Navy Accused Him of Arson. Its Own Investigation Showed Widespread Safety Failures: After the USS Bonhomme Richard fire, investigators found missing fire hoses, a broken sprinkler system and other systemic failures. The Navy is still accusing a sailor of arson, against the advice of a military judge.

# Science
Algae With a Secret Surprise Fought Off Deadly Pneumonia: Scientists found a way to turn microscopic plant life into weapons against bacterial infections in mice.

# Water
Vermont effort successfully reduced lead in schools, officials say: Almost all Vermont schools and child care programs have addressed lead in their drinking water systems thanks to a state program https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://vtdigger.org/2022/09/22/a-multi-agency-state-effort-has-successfully-reduced-lead-in-schools-officials-say/__;!!On18fmf1aQ!3noXvCn9M-GrNrVABJ-jwQowoJdORJQrS_gvEuzNmF9lVVCz42tB8fsKRJNGpXbJ1aMe-JPBouvOoy5kzbopFzoPWpfSkwJL$

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