Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-11-15

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November 15, 2022
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# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Heart Inflammation Risks Much Higher After Moderna’s mRNA COVID Shot Compared to Pfizer Shot: A new study has flagged higher risks of heart inflammation associated with Moderna’s shot compared with the rival from Pfizer and BioNTech.

The Solidarity Argument for Forced Mass Vaccination Turned Out to Be False: We now have the data in black and white from Pfizer itself, when the vaccines were launched, it was known that they would not protect from the spread of infection.

Weaponizing COVID to Promote Collectivism: Whether or not the SARS-CoV-2 virus spontaneously jumped out of a bat and into a human being4 or was created by scientists in a biohazard lab,5 6 7 one thing is clear: the chaotic response by the experts in charge has been a disaster in itself

Increase of Collectivistic Expression in China During the COVID-19 Outbreak: An Empirical Study on Online Social Networks: The pathogen-prevalence hypothesis postulates that collectivism would be strengthened in the long term in tandem with recurrent attacks of infectious diseases. However, it is unclear whether a one-time pathogen epidemic would elevate collectivism. The outbreak of COVID-19 and the widespread prevalence of online social networks have provided researchers an opportunity to explore this issue.

A Plea for Making Virus Research Safer: New scientific breakthroughs make it increasingly easy to identify dangerous viruses in nature, manipulate them in the lab and synthetically create them from genetic sequences. But some scientists have taken it further, adding “gain of function” mutations that make potential pandemic viruses more transmissible.

# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
Why Inflation Didn’t Wipe Out the Democrats. How Bidenomics actually worked: In more cases than virtually anyone predicted, both the outrage over the Court’s Roe revocation and the rejection of Republicans who’d gone full Trump eclipsed voters’ discontent over inflation when they cast their ballots.

# Education / Schools
Students experiencing homelessness face stark academic disadvantages. Across the nation they’re less likely to graduate from high school and in 18 states, their gap in graduation rates lagged more than 20 percentage points behind the overall rate.

Courts Use Increasingly Lawless Arguments to Block Student Debt Relief: The Eighth Circuit turned a non-plaintiff into a plaintiff. The verdict granted standing to sue to an alleged plaintiff which has said publicly and in writing that it had nothing to do with the lawsuit, and no relationship with the office that filed it. The ruling, in effect, turned a non-plaintiff into a plaintiff.

# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure
The environmental consequences of Gov. Ducey’s rogue ‘border wall’: Slicing across Arizona’s Coronado National Memorial, the barrier will stop more migrating mammals than humans.

# Environment / Climate / Global
Brazil, Indonesia and Congo sign rainforest protection pact: The three countries, home to more than half of the world’s tropical rainforests, have agreed to negotiate a “funding mechanism” for conservation

# General Information / Other News
“Once Upon A Time In Londongrad” is a new docuseries exploring fourteen mysterious deaths in the UK with alleged connections to Russia. BuzzFeed News reporters delve into the hidden underworld of Russian exiles in London to link some of the most internationally significant cases in living memory — including the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko and the suspicious death of oligarch Boris Berezovsky. Inspired by the explosive investigation led by Heidi Blake, the series serves as a cautionary tale and origin story of Russia’s path to invading Ukraine. Stream all six bingeable half-hour episodes now on Peacock.

# Gov / Politics / Global
At G20, world leaders condemn Russia: At Indonesias’ G20 conference, where 19 countries plus the EU gather to discuss global economic affairs, Western allies support a resolution condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,

# Gov / Politics / US
Arizona went for Trump in 2016 and Biden in 2020. This election, the state rejected MAGA candidates for Senate and governor. The critical swing state went for former president Donald Trump in 2016 and then President Joe Biden in 2020

Congressional amendment opens floodgates for war profiteers and a major ground war on Russia: After the catastrophic wars and ballooning U.S. military budgets of the past 25 years, we should be wise by now to the escalatory nature of the vicious spiral in which we are caught.

This one thing may stop Trump from running for re-election: Far-right politicians are dragging America back to the 19th century.

Trump Sat On $94 Million As His Chosen Candidates Lost The Senate For Republicans: Donald Trump hoarded $94 million this election in his various political committees as his anointed candidates lost the Senate for Republicans in tight races where that money might have made the difference between winning and losing.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) took a step Tuesday toward becoming speaker as his Republican colleagues nominated him for the role in a closed-door vote, a spokesman for the lawmaker said.

# Law Enforcement
Leaked Documents Outline DHS’s Plans to Police Disinformation: Behind closed doors, and through pressure on private platforms, the U.S. government has used its power to try to shape online discourse. Discussions have ranged from the scale and scope of government intervention in online discourse to the mechanics of streamlining takedown requests

# Legal / DOJ
The Trump Org’s Courtroom Shenanigans Are Wearing Thin: The Trump Organization’s accountant is showing just how sloppy the company’s finances were. But his reluctance to come clean all the way is pissing off prosecutors and the judge.

The House select committee investigating last year’s attack on the U.S. Capitol and Donald Trump’s alleged role in it said Monday it’s weighing possible “next steps” in light of the ex-president’s refusal to comply with the proceedings.

The Senate is expected to vote this week on legislation to codify same-sex marriage and, more importantly, the bill has enough GOP support to pass: With the midterm elections over, Democrats have found enough Republicans ready to join them in advancing basic LGBTQ rights.

Texas Lawmakers Are Gearing Up to Make Life Miserable for Trans People: More than 800 bills were submitted to the Texas legislature. The docket is full of culture war legislation

# Medical / Health
A new analysis shows a “crisis” of male reproductive health:  Sperm count globally dropped by more than half between 1973 and 2018, and that the decline is accelerating.

CDC May Bring Back Oral Polio Vaccine in U.S: CDC recommends that children get four doses of polio vaccine. They should get one dose at each of the following ages: 2 months old, 4 months old, 6 through 18 months old, and 4 through 6 years old.

“We Need to Defend This Law”: Inside an Anti-Abortion Meeting With Tennessee’s GOP Lawmakers:
Anti-abortion groups helped write and pass laws that kicked in to ban abortion when Roe v. Wade was overturned. The groups see Tennessee’s ban as the country’s strongest, and they want to keep it that way, according to audio reviewed by ProPublica.

# Security
Homeland Security Admits It Tried to Manufacture Fake Terrorists for Trump: The Department of Homeland Security launched a failed operation that ensnared hundreds, if not thousands, of U.S. protesters in what new documents show was as a sweeping, power-hungry effort before the 2020 election to bolster President Donald Trump’s spurious claims about a “terrorist organization” he accused his Democratic rivals of supporting.

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