Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-12-27

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December 27, 2022
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# Border / Immigration / Migrants
White House Accuses Texas Guv of ‘Abandoning’ Kids to Freeze: A White House spokesperson says Abbott’s alleged actions endangered hundreds of migrants sent to Kamala Harris’ home in subfreezing temperatures over the holidays. The White House condemned Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) for dropping the latest busload of immigrants, which includes children, outside of Vice President Kamala Harris’s residence on Christmas Eve. The White House claimed that the move was a “cruel, dangerous, and shameful stunt,” according to CNN

# Chemicals / Drugs
US health agency accused of bowing to drug industry with new opioid guidance: Dr Kenneth Scheppke, Florida’s deputy health secretary, was so disturbed he issued a public statement accusing the CDC of “tossing aside” the limits used in the previous guidelines released six years ago. Scheppke told the Guardian he is concerned that the move could cost lives as the US continues to grapple with the worst drug epidemic in its history, driven by opioids.

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
New ‘Twitter files’ allege Biden administration worked with Twitter to control COVID conversation: A new batch of “Twitter files” released Monday allegedly indicates the Biden administration worked with Twitter to control the public conversation about COVID, which included censoring accounts skeptical of the vaccine

# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
‘This makes my brain hurt’: Connecticut used disaster aid to rebuild million-dollar homes: Owners of 62 homes worth at least $1 million received recovery grants after Hurricane Sandy when HUD weakened rules meant to make needy people the priority

Joe Biden’s Top Economic Advisor Believes Social Security Cuts May Be Inevitable:
*Social Security is staring down a greater-than $20 trillion funding shortfall over the next 75 years.
*President Biden proposed a four-point plan that’s designed to raise additional revenue for America’s top retirement program.
*However, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen believes a dual approach that also includes reduced spending will be needed to shore up Social Security.

# Education / Schools
Louisiana Communities Organize to Defend Libraries From Far Right Censorship: A far right battle against libraries that started in Lafayette is now unfolding across the state.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
How long until Alaska’s next oil disaster? The compromise that passed the Inflation Reduction Act has Alaskans braced for catastrophe. Shadows of oil in Peru: Shipibo people denounce damage, contamination left by company: The Seldovia Village Tribe, other Cook Inlet residents, and concerned people around the country submitted scathing critiques through the public-comment process. The probability that development would lead to another large spill was officially estimated to be one in five; critics argued that the risk was far higher.

Local Opposition to Solar Project Leads to Cancellation in Ohio: A 400-megawatt solar array planned for the village of Williamsport, Ohio has been canceled following strong opposition from local residents and elected officials. The canceled project will mean a loss of renewable energy as well as $3.6 million per year of tax revenue that would have gone back into the local community. The project, called Chipmunk Solar, was developed by EDF Renewables. But local campaigning lead the company to formally withdraw its application in a filing on Thursday.

# Foodie Tips, Tricks and How To’s
11 Winter Root Vegetables For Fresh Produce All Season: Looking for some root vegetables you can grow in the wintertime? There are quite a few cold-hardy winter veggies that will help your garden provide fresh produce all winter long.  In this article, gardening expert Jenna Rich looks at her favorite root vegetables for winter gardens.

# Gov / Politics / Global
This Gym Owner’s Double Life Helped Wreck Putin’s War Plans: A Ukrainian gym owner and a group of his regulars told The Daily Beast how they helped drive Russian forces out of Kherson by moonlighting as informants.

Israel’s New Government: The most underreported story in the Middle East. Israel’s Netanyahu looks to vote in new government on Thursday

Israel’s new government would make Herzl roll over in his grave: Haters of Israel insist the Jewish state is a fascist country, while Netanyahu’s return to power, coupled with outrageous statements by his partners, only act as fuel to the fire of that claim

Israel’s New Government Agrees Not to Sign Istanbul Convention on Violence Against Women: Incoming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party and the far-right Religious Zionism party have reportedly agreed that ‘the government will not approve Israel’s accession to the Istanbul Treaty’

# Gov / Politics / US
Biden releases most JFK assassination records, but withholds thousands:  As Oswald interacted with DRE and became known as an activist who supported President Castro, the Pentagon was formulating a plan called Operation Northwoods to stage a false flag attack in the United States to blame on Cuba and justify a military confrontation to make up for the aborted Bay of Pigs fiasco two years before. The records and the CIA’s deceit over Joannides’ ties to Oswald spans decades and came to light only after the records act began to unearth information about him.
See also: Concise summaries of deeply revealing news articles on intelligence agency corruption and the Kennedy assassination from reliable major media sources.
Key excerpts of little-known, yet highly revealing news articles on the John F. Kennedy assassination from the major media.

Joe Biden Can’t Quit the Saudi “Pariahs”: Two years into Biden’s presidency, it is crystal clear that the Saudis have nothing significant to fear from the U.S. government. For decades, Democratic and Republican administrations have propped up the Saudi monarchy, lathering it with weapons sales and intelligence sharing, all while normalizing the draconian, antidemocratic grip on power held by the monarchy.

Comeuppance for the unindicted, domestic, rogue terrorist, and ex-president: “I disrupt foes like any warlord,/ Back me or face the next civil war.”

Raskin says electoral college is a ‘danger’ to democracy and should be abandoned: “We should elect the president the way we elect governors, senators, mayors, representatives, everybody else: Whoever gets the most votes wins.”

# Law Enforcement
The First Big Strike of 2023 May Happen Behind Prison Walls: The new year is set to kick off with a statewide strike by incarcerated workers in Pennsylvania. Prisoners will conduct work stoppages, hunger strikes, and spending boycotts in the hopes that their list of 10 demands is met. Vox’s German Lopez has explained the treatment of incarcerated Americans, the reasoning behind the strike and its technicalities in detail.

# Legal / DOJ
‘Bye-bye, baby’: Experts affirmatively conclude ‘yes, it’s happening,’ Trump is getting indicted: Legal experts Andrew Weissmann, Maya Wiley and Basil Smikle all agreed that it’s officially the beginning of the end of Donald Trump. It’s an expectation that has been heard before, but even with the previous special counsel, there was a “policy” that the Justice Department would protect the president.

2022 Quietly Set the Stage for a Massive Rollback of LGBTQ Rights: From statehouses to the Supreme Court, LGBTQ rights were under steady attack by Christian nationalists this year. Anyone with even a passing interest in LGBTQ equality likely is familiar with the explicit legislative and judicial attacks on the community’s rights in 2022. After all, we saw widespread media coverage of the 36 states that introduced over 300 anti-LGBTQ laws or policies this year.

# Medical Alternatives / Herbology
The Power of Peppermint: 15 Health Benefits Revealed: Modern scientific investigations have now confirmed that this remarkable plant has over a dozen healing properties. Peppermint oil has a wide variety of uses. For example, it can be used as:
*A remedy for a variety of conditions, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), nausea, and other digestive issues, as well as the common cold and headaches
*A topical application for relief from itching, muscle pain, and headache
*A flavoring agent in foods and products such as mouthwashes
*A fresh, pleasing scent added to soaps and cosmetic products

Seniors Who Drink This Type of Juice Every Day May Have Stronger Memory: Tart juice made from Montmorency cherries, the most common type of tart cherries grown in the United States, has long been used to treat a variety of health problems such as gout or sleeplessness. A recent study conducted at the University of Delaware finds evidence that a daily serving of cherry juice may improve cognitive functioning and performance in older adults.
Adults between the ages of 65-73 enjoyed improved scores on memory and cognition tests after drinking Montmorency tart cherry juice every day, the study shows.

# Medical / Health
Millions Harmed by Medical Misdiagnosis in U.S. Hospital Emergency Rooms: The care given in emergency departments came under fire yesterday with the release of a government study saying that 250,000 Americans die every year due to misdiagnoses.

Life-Saving Organ Transplants Denied to Unvaccinated People: The idea that a person in need of a life-saving surgery would be denied that procedure by a doctor or a hospital administrator simply because the individual opted out of getting a COVID-19 shot seems surreal.

# Military / Global
South Korea responds in force to North Korean drone intrusion near Seoul: The incident marks the first time since 2017 that a North Korean drone was detected in South Korean airspace.

# Water
Natalie Koch: Arizona is in a race to the bottom of its water wells, with Saudi Arabia’s help: Arizona lawmakers must reform the state’s groundwater laws before it’s too late. Thanks to fresh scrutiny this year from state politicians, water activists and journalists, the Saudi agricultural giant Almarai has emerged as an unlikely antagonist in the water crisis. The company, through its subsidiary Fondomonte, has been buying and leasing land across western Arizona since 2014. This year The Arizona Republic published a report showing that the Arizona State Land Department has been leasing 3,500 acres of public land to Almarai for a suspiciously low price. The case has prompted calls for an investigation into how a foreign company wound up taking the state’s dwindling water supplies for a fee that might be as low as one-sixth the market rate.

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