Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-11-14

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November 14, 2022
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# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Federal government throws away millions more COVID vaccines due to lack of demand: The number of expired Moderna shots has risen to 7.7 million and the government has also now disposed of 3.1 million doses of the Novavax vaccine

Doctors Fight Back Against Law That Punishes Them for Diverging from ‘Contemporary Scientific Consensus’: As The Free Thought Project has reported, Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, who has sponsored a slew of mandatory vaccine laws throughout his career, came out in 2019 to threaten the speech of those who question forced vaccination.

10-Year-Old Boy Died of Cardiac Arrest 7 Days After Moderna Shot, VAERS Data Show: Thirteen days after taking a first Pfizer COVID-19 shot on February 3, 2022, a seven-year-old boy became lethargic and listless. He vomited on his way to the emergency department. He proceeded to a shocked state and went into cardiac arrest. He was not able to be resuscitated and died in the emergency department.

# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
Collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX had ties to Ukrainian government, WEF, and top Biden adviser: FTX had some eye-opening connections to powerful entities and individuals around the world before it all came crashing down. Reuters reported that between 1 billion and 2 billion in customer funds vanished from the FTX cryptocurrency exchangeCuriously, the Ukrainian government launched a cryptocurrency donation website in March that was backed by FTX. The World Economic Forum (WEF) lists FTX as a partner, and provides a link to the exchange’s website.

How Title Lenders Trap Poor Americans in Debt With Triple-Digit Interest Rates: For some Georgia residents, title pawn contracts offer a quick way to obtain desperately needed cash. But poor regulation of a confusing system traps many borrowers in high-interest debt they can’t pay off.

# Education / Schools
Prison education: An order from the Biden administration is set to make Pell Grant funding available to prisoners starting next July. For decades, nearly all prisoners have been excluded from applying to the federal program, which is one of the biggest sources of federal need-based funding in the U.S. for college students.

4 University of Idaho Students Dead in Suspected Homicides: The victims were found at a house off-campus, police said. University President Scott Green confirmed in a statement that the four people found dead were students living off-campus and said the families have been informed of their deaths.

# Employment / Labor
Why it may not matter whether Elon Musk broke US labor laws with his mass firings at Twitter: The country’s reliance on ‘at-will’ employment means that companies face few restrictions when they want to downsize their workforces.

Amazon Preparing for Largest Layoffs in Its History: The tech giant plans to let go of 10,000 employees. The cuts will focus on the division that makes the company’s Echo devices and Alexa voice assistant, Amazon’s retail operations, and human resources, the newspaper reported, citing unnamed people with knowledge of the plan.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals / Other
Animal agriculture is dangerous work. The people who do it have few protections: OSHA protections don’t apply to 96% of U.S. animal ag operations that hire workers. Federal OSHA protections don’t apply to 96 percent of the animal agriculture operations that hire workers in America. When people die on the job, the federal agency doesn’t respond 85 percent of the time. While the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has hundreds of standards to protect workers in industries like construction, it has only a handful protecting workers in agriculture.

Here’s why the market for vegan, plant-based meat has cooled: High price, nebulous health benefits and other challenges have hindered the success of plant-based meats. It’s not just Beyond: Meat giant JBS SA announced in early October it was shuttering its two-year-old Planterra business in the United States. and closing its 190,000 square-foot Colorado facility, and McDonald’s has tabled its idea to roll out the McPlant burger nationally.

Junk Foods Put the “Die” in “Diet”: Ultra-processed Foods Linked to Early Death: Pre-packaged snacks, frozen pizzas, and other processed ready-to-eat meals may seem like a time-saver in the moment. Important new research finds such dietary choices may end up robbing us of time in a different way down the line, however.

# Food Recalls / Alerts
Popular dietary supplement causes cancer risk, brain metastasis: While previous studies have linked commercial dietary supplements like nicotinamide riboside (NR), a form of vitamin B3, to benefits related to cardiovascular, metabolic and neurological health, new research from the University of Missouri has found NR could actually increase the risk of serious disease, including developing cancer.

# General Information / Other News
US, Japan, South Korea vow unified response to North Korea threat: “We face real challenges, but our countries are more aligned than ever, more prepared to take on those challenges than ever,” Joe Biden said. “So I look forward to deepening the bonds of cooperation between our three countries.”

# Gov / Politics / Global
China wants to mend ties with the US, but it won’t make the first move: Chinese experts say that fixing the relationship will require more than a show of goodwill from the United States. It will take agreement on fundamental aspects of the relationship, including the fate of Taiwan.  Xi is more focused than ever on China becoming a modern socialist superpower with global influence, a status he expects the United States to accept.

# Gov / Politics / US
Why the Hell Haven’t We Ended the Cuba Embargo Already? Cuban people are suffering under pointless, ineffective U.S. sanctions. It’s well past time to end this six-decade-old Cold War battle.

U.S. Government Quietly Declassifies Post-9/11 Interview With Bush and Cheney: In a newly declassified interview conducted in 2004, Bush shows not a glimmer of awareness of the destruction and carnage he had unleashed on the world. The interview, carried out by members of the 9/11 Commission, was not recorded and the summary document constitutes the only known official record of the meeting. The meeting took place on April 29, 2004.

Democrats didn’t win, they simply held the line: Yes, it was a relief that increasingly fascist Republicans didn’t sweep the midterms. But our democratic standards cannot fall so low as to accept a split Congress. Democrats made greater gains than expected, winning races in both the Senate and the House that they didn’t expect to.
It happened because masses of people cast ballots, defying long-standing historical trends of low midterm turnout.

The Global Threat of Rogue Diplomacy: Honorary consuls were meant to foster ties between countries. Accused terrorist financiers, arms traffickers and drug runners are among those who have wielded diplomatic protection, a global investigation finds. (Video)

# Law Enforcement
Cops Might Already Have Your DNA, Without Your Consent: We’ve entered the era of genetic surveillance and nothing, not even our own cells, is off-limits. Everyday genetic surveillance is no longer just a thing on Black Mirror, it’s being widely used abroad, and increasingly in America as well.

Chicago Sheriff Systematically Denies New Rights Laid Out in Criminal Justice Reform: New rules around pretrial electronic monitoring are being ignored in Cook County, with Illinois lawmakers pushing to undo even more reforms.

Nevada just voted a law into existence that will make it a crime to criticize transgenderism, even for children: By a margin of 57.1 percent to 42.9 percent, Nevada voters passed Nevada Question 1, which constitutionally enshrines sexual orientation and gender identity as specially protected classes that cannot be criticized or otherwise discriminated against.

Doctors often aren’t trained on the preventive health care needs of gender-diverse people, as a result, many patients don’t get the care they need: From primary care to cancer screening and insurance coverage, gender-diverse people still face many hurdles to getting good medical care.

# Marijuana / Hemp / CBD Oil
Cannabis holds promise for pain management, reducing the need for opioid painkillers – a neuropharmacology expert explains how. The hope would be that THC or CBD may lower the amount of opioid necessary for powerful pain relief without increasing addiction risk.

# Medical / Health
Vaping exposes users to harmful levels of particulate matter, study suggests: The use of electronic cigarettes is increasing, especially among young people. In the U.S., outbreaks of lung injury and other respiratory illnesses and deaths associated with vaping have been reported, but the short- and long-term health implications are largely unknown.

Sick profits: Private equity’s stealthy takeover of health care in multiple cities, specialties: Private equity firms have shelled out almost $1 trillion to acquire health care businesses in deals almost always hidden from regulators. The result, higher prices, lawsuits and complaints about care. A new investigation by KFF’s Kaiser Health News lays bare the sizeable efforts by private equity investors to take over large and lucrative parts of the U.S health care system in recent years. KHN found that private equity firms have invested nearly $1 trillion through thousands of deals to acquire hospitals and specialized medical practices during the last decade alone.

# Military / Global
Another Ukrainian soldier spotted with Nazi insignia, the emblem of Dirlewanger Brigade, known for mass murder of civilians and other war crimes committed during World War II: Earlier, a man with an SS-style patch was present among President Vladimir Zelensky’s security detail. Footage of a Ukrainian soldier, wearing an insignia of a notorious SS brigade, emerged online this week, as the Kiev forces moved towards the city of Kherson following withdrawal of the Russian troops.

# Space / UFO Disclosure / Other
A team of researchers has found evidence of a large extragalactic assembly hiding behind one part of the Milky Way galaxy. The group has published a paper describing their findings on the arXiv preprint server while awaiting publication in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics. In studying the infrared imagery, the researchers found they were able to identify several galaxies that exist far beyond the Milky Way. Because of their numbers, the researchers believe that together, they make up what they describe as a massive extragalactic structure. They estimate there might be as many as 58 galaxies in the structure.

The Government Is Officially Preparing For First Alien Contact:  Science has made it so that astronomers are able to detect the makeup of planets outside of our solar system. As a result, a new research hub dedicated solely to the quest for alien life has been established in Scotland.

# Technology
Twitter is planning to start charging $20 per month for verification, and if the employees building it don’t meet their deadline, they’ll be fired by Elon Musk. The directive is to change Twitter Blue, the company’s optional, $4.99 a month subscription that unlocks additional features, into a more expensive subscription that also verifies users, according to people familiar with the matter and internal correspondence seen by The Verge.

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