Voices, The Peoples News No. 2023-01-11

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January 11, 2023
Published by Jedi Selman Since March 2000 to Inform and Educate

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# Indigenous
America’s Biggest Museums Fail to Return Native American Human Remains: The remains of more than 100,000 Native Americans are held by prestigious U.S. institutions, despite a 1990 law meant to return them to tribal nations. Here’s how the ancestors were stolen, and how tribes are working to get them back. Archaeologists and museum collectors looted Native American remains from ancient homes, graves and places of worship.

# Border / Immigration / Migrants
Texas AG sues Biden admin over illegal immigration rule ‘increasing burden’ on taxpayers: Texas AG Ken Paxton said that the Biden administration is ‘committed to opening the borders’

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Newly Discovered Emails in MO and LA Government Lawsuit Reveal Biden Regime Pressured Facebook to Censor Tucker Carlson and Targeted Robert Kennedy, Jr. The White House pressured Facebook to censor a viral video posted by Tucker Carlson in 2021 alleging adverse side effects in one brand of the Covid-19 vaccine.

More Than 260 Deaths in US Athletes After Vaccination : Over 260 athletes and former athletes in the United States have died from cardiac arrests or other serious issues after taking COVID-19 vaccines, according to data from a recent peer-reviewed letter to the editor. Authored by structural biologist Panagis Polykretis, and board-certified internist and cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough, the letter’s cited data found that from 2021 to 2022, at least 1,616 cardiac arrests or other major medical issues have been globally documented in vaccinated athletes, with 1,114 of those being fatal.

CDC Forced to Release V-Safe Data, Excessive Covid Vaccine Injuries Made Public: “Why did it take numerous legal demands, multiple appeals, two lawsuits, in fact, before the CDC finally handed over the V-safe data

FDA Approves U.S. Babies and Young Children to Get Omicron Covid Booster Shots:  The action allows everyone over the age of six months to get the newest booster shot. The FDA made the decision to authorize the vaccination of infants and very young children just three days after Pfizer submitted an application to the regulatory agency for the Omicron BA.4/BA.5-Adapted Bivalent Covid vaccine.

# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
GOP-Led House Approves Plan to Rescind Extra IRS Funding: Fulfilling a longstanding vow, the first bill passed in the Republican-controlled House in the 118th Congress aims to rescind most of the $80 billion in funding for the IRS provided by the Inflation Reduction Act last year.

Feds borrowed $4 billion per day in 2022, totaling $10K per household: Federal debt soared by $1.4 trillion in 2022 as President Joe Biden and Congress approved multiple new spending packages

IRS Still Hasn’t Processed Some 10 Million Returns: A watchdog report claiming the agency has struggled with years of underfunding comes as House Republicans plan to vote to totally gut the agency.

Joe Biden Wants to Change Social Security: Will the New Congress Help With Reform Efforts? President Joe Biden believes he has the solution that can resolve what ails Social Security, but he’s going to need the help of newly elected lawmakers to fix it. Retired workers could be less than 12 years away from having their benefits cut

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
Korean solar company plans to build $2.5 billion plant in Georgia: Korean solar company Hanwha Qcells announced plans to invest $2.5 billion in building a large solar manufacturing plant in Georgia. The substantial investment boosts President Biden’s efforts toward reducing America’s dependence on China for solar panel supplies.

Texas project will use wind to make fuel out of water: New subsidies from the Inflation Reduction Act are powering the race to build the country’s first large-scale producer of  “green hydrogen.” Oil made Texas an energy giant, but this petroleum powerhouse is working to secure a footing beyond fossil fuels. It already generates more wind energy than any other U.S. state, and soon the mighty air that lashes its high plains will power a novel new process: the production of vehicle fuel from water.

U.S. Mining Best Way to Address Looming Threat of Foreign Mineral Cartel: America needs to adopt a bold strategy to ramp up mining. The aim should be to solve a major problem in the fight against climate change, a shortage of minerals vital to clean energy technologies like electric cars.

# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure
How Can We Stop The Sixth Mass Extinction? Dr. Zach Bush’s Urgent Prescription To Save America shows that  we are in the Sixth Great Extinction now and human survival depends on the urgent restoration of our soils to provide the foods we need. We have just six inches of top soil left, enough to grow food for just 60 years! Now 12 million species are as risk of going extinct. The bird, bees, fish, whales, dolphins, and many others are in serious trouble.

# Environment / Climate / Global
Madagascar’s unique wildlife faces imminent wave of extinction, say scientists: From the ring-tailed lemur to the aye-aye, a nocturnal primate, more than 20m years of unique evolutionary history could be wiped from the planet. The main threats are human-induced habitat destruction, climate change and hunting. During the past decade, the number of mammal species threatened with extinction on Madagascar has more than doubled, from 56 in 2010 to 128 in 2021.

# General Recalls / Alerts
The Fisher Price Rock ‘N Play Sleeper has been recalled again. About 100 infants have died while using it, eight of whom were killed after the initial 2019 recall.

# Gov / Politics / Global
Zelensky’s Desecration of Christmas. Kyiv Monastery taken away from Russian Orthodox then Given to Schismatic Priests: The Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Kirill asked for a Christmas truce on January 7, Russian President Vladimir Putin granted it without batting an eye, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky not only refused it but also revoked the citizenship of 13 priests devotees to the Moscow Patriarchate

# Gov / Politics / US
Santos Took Donation From Migrant-Smuggler: Serial liar and border-hardliner George Santos accepted support from an Italian caught piloting a yacht full of Chinese migrants and from his prominent restaurant-owning family.

Republicans blast Biden over classified documents, raise questions of double standard: President Joe Biden has come under heavy fire after news reports indicated that classified documents from his time as Vice President were found at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington

# Law Enforcement
Law enforcement warns of ‘alarming’ spike in online exploitation of children: Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and several federal law enforcement agencies have issued a public safety alert about “an alarming increase” of online exploitation of children and teens.

# Legal / DOJ
Ending Affirmative Action Is a Blow to Representative Democracy: For an institution established to be above politics, the U.S. Supreme Court has lost an enormous amount of trust lately. First, they came for Roe. Now, they’re about to overturn affirmative action. COVID-19 has already hit students hard, and it has hit young students of color the hardest.

USVI Attorney General Fired Days After Suing JPMorgan Chase for Financing Epstein Sex Trafficking: The removal of Denise George comes just days after she filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase in New York and accused the company of helping Epstein finance the illegal exploitation of women and children in the U.S. Virgin Islands and beyond. Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. did not provide a reason for relieving George of her duties in a statement Sunday, saying only that she would be replaced by Assistant Attorney General Carol Thomas-Jacobs.

# Media
‘Avatar 3’ Is Coming in 2024: Everything to Know About the ‘Way of Water’ Sequel

USPS Is Closing 50 Post Offices, Effective Immediately with no immediate information on when they might reopen.

# Medical / Health
Alabama AG Says He May Prosecute Women Taking Abortion Pills: Steve Marshall said he may use an older law, one designed to protect children from the ill effects of meth labs, to prosecute women seeking abortion pills.

Children near airports may be exposed to dangerous levels of lead: Since leaded gasoline is still used by piston-engine aircraft all around the United States, it appears children are still being exposed to toxic lead levels. This is despite policymakers’ efforts to reduce lead exposure since the 1970s.

Alcohol use is widely accepted in the US, but even moderate consumption is associated with many harmful effects: Alcohol is a necessary underlying cause for more than 30 conditions and a contributing factor to many more. The most common disease categories that are entirely or partly caused by alcohol consumption include infectious diseases, cancer, diabetes, neuropsychiatric diseases (including alcohol use disorders), cardiovascular disease, liver and pancreas disease, and unintentional and intentional injury.

Health Insurance Cost-Shifting Is Driving Patients’ Financial Burden Higher: Americans spent $4.3 trillion on healthcare in 2021, nearly 20 percent of the gross domestic product. Due to health insurance cost shifting, patients are paying a larger slice of healthcare costs out of pocket.

# Medical Science
Triggering cancer cells to become normal cells – how stem cell therapies can provide new ways to stop tumors from spreading or growing back: Many tumors have cancer stem cells that help them grow and evade treatments. Differentiation therapy forces these cells to mature, stopping growth with less toxicity than traditional treatments.

# Military / DOD
Ukrainian soldiers will train for months in Oklahoma to operate the Patriot missile system. Built by Raytheon and considered the most advanced missile defense system in the world, the Patriot blasts incoming missiles and has a radar of over 90 miles. The course will include classroom instruction, time in a simulator and exposure to the system itself.

# Nuclear
Exposed: The Most Polluted Place in the United States: The most polluted place in the United States, perhaps the world,  is one most people don’t even know. Hanford Nuclear Site sits in the flat lands of eastern Washington. The facility, one of three sites that made up the government’s covert Manhattan Project, produced plutonium for Fat Man, the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki during World War II. And it continued producing plutonium for weapons for decades after the war, helping to fuel the Cold War nuclear arms race. It’s also shrouded in secrecy.

# Social
5 types of threat, how those who want to divide us use language to stoke violence: Language can provoke violence between groups especially when people paint others as threats. Events like the riots in Brazil, the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection two years before it and the mass shooting at the Colorado LGBTQ nightclub each occurred after certain groups repeatedly directed dangerous rhetoric against others. It’s the reason elected officials in the U.S. have begun examining the role language plays in provoking violence.

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