Voices, The Peoples News No. 2023-01-22

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January 22, 2023
Published by Jedi Selman Since March 2000 to Inform and Educate

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# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
Donald Trump, Ever the voice of caution, to GOP: Don’t touch Medicare or Social Security in debt ceiling fight. The ex-president has long viewed entitlement reform as a political loser. But his timing, now, is notable. One reason fiscal conservatives could support toothless commissions to take a gander at Social Security and Medicare is that their alternative plan, actually holding the global economy hostage in order to extract real cuts to seniors’ health care and income would be one of the dumbest political moves in history.

Turning the Debt Ceiling Crisis Against McCarthy’s Republicans: Faced with a looming debt ceiling and the GOP’s efforts to force extreme spending cuts, President Biden has an unlikely tool in his arsenal: constitutional originalism.

How the Federal Reserve protects the top one percent: Foremost priority of the Federal Reserve is to protect the interests of the ultra-wealthy. In short, as a first approximation, the current Fed policy of rapidly raising interest rates to fight inflation by throwing people out of work serves as a wealth protection device for the top one percent.

How Nevada Picks Millions From California’s Pocket: It’s not just the Getty family. The ultra-wealthy are hiding at least 10 percent of the world’s private wealth, taking advantage of specially designed tax laws in states like Nevada.

Lawmakers, fix trust law and close down the billionaire enabler states: Blame it on the enablers — the tax attorneys, accountants and wealth managers — who provide financial services to the world’s wealthiest families. These professionals claim they are just helping their clients obey the law. But as our research has found, this industry is actively involved in lobbying for changes in trust law and manipulating it to serve the narrow financial interests of their billionaire clients.

‘It’s not inflation anymore, it’s price gouging’: Walmart shopper buys same exact groceries 2 years later—and spends 50% more. “In the beginning of 2022, there was a lot of talk about inflation at the grocery store, so I went back and purchased all the same things and they cost me about 10 percent more,” she said.
That was more than a year ago. “This week, I went back again and purchased those same items,” she said. “Now, they cost $15 and 10 cents, which is about 50 percent more than the prices at the end of 2020.”

# Education / Schools
As the Public Focuses on Book Bans, the Right Is Quietly Defunding Libraries: To protect libraries, we need to fight defunding as hard as we fight book bans.

# Education / Schools / Global
Scottish Gender Threat: Kids as Young as 7 will be Asked they Identify as Transgender or Non-Binary: Critics of the survey have called it a blatant attempt to “indoctrinate” young children who do not know “if they want chicken nuggets or fish fingers for dinner.”

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
A faked kidnapping and cocaine: A Montana mine’s descent into chaos: The Signal Peak Mine was embroiled in a web of criminal activity. Now, environmental groups want to shut it down. Mr. Price, a 42-year-old father of six, was an industrious businessman who ran surface operations at an underground mine, one of the nation’s largest, near Roundup, Mont. He also ran a motorcycle shop, Hawg Pit Cycles, that traded used Harley-Davidsons. And he had promised several investors big returns in coal. Recently, some of them had confronted Mr. Price about their money.

# Environment / Climate / Interior
White House aims to reflect the environment in economic data: The Biden administration has set out to measure the economic value of ecosystems, offering new statistics to weigh in policy decisions. Environmental damage is a threat to the global economy but it’s hardly counted in economic figures like the GDP. The Biden administration is unveiling an effort to give a more holistic accounting.

# Environment / Climate / Global
Forests managed by Indigenous peoples in the Amazon region draw vast amounts of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, but the rest of the rainforest has become a net source of the greenhouse gas, a new report has found.
New research shows that incursions by resource extractors often cause territories to emit more than they store.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals
Ag economists see several concerns for farmers in 2023: Farmers aren’t likely to enjoy a calm year according to economists from Purdue University. After a year of dealing with historic inflation rates, farmers must now be prepared for an economic downturn that could spark a recession. There’s even more uncertainty across the horizon

# Gov / Politics / US
Let’s Abolish Systems That Criminalize and Punish Survivors of Abuse: U.S. courts often reject domestic and sexual violence as legitimate justifications for self-defense.

# Legal / DOJ
Key dates related to the discovery of classified documents tied to President Joe Biden, based on statements from the White House, the president, his attorneys, and Attorney General Merrick Garland

House Oversight zeroes in on Biden finances in wake of classified documents: In an exclusive interview with Washington Examiner… the House Oversight Committee Chairman says the “next phase” of his investigation will be into President Joe Biden’s classified documents and his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings.

The Department of Justice has revealed how a search of President Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, has found another six classified documents. The search was conducted in secret on Friday and lasted for more than 12 hours.

Alec Baldwin’s Case Comes Down to Two ‘Key’ Questions: State Attorney: Baldwin was hit with two counts of involuntary manslaughter on Thursday in connection with the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in October 2021 in New Mexico. Hutchins was killed on the set of the film, Rust, when a prop gun that Baldwin was using for a scene unexpectedly went off. Subsequent investigations found that the actor had been practicing movements with the prop, and that it had been loaded with a real bullet in breach of common safety protocols for film sets.

What is involuntary manslaughter? A law professor explains the charge facing Alec Baldwin for ‘Rust’ shooting death: Involuntary manslaughter occurs when a person unintentionally, but still unlawfully, kills another person. And a prosecutor will need to show the unlawful nature of either Baldwin’s or Gutierrez-Reed’s actions to get a conviction in this case.

# LGBTQ / Gender
Queer and Trans Elders in Search of Safe Housing Face Barriers, Discrimination: For LGBTQ elders, finding safe and affordable housing can be a matter of life and death.

# Media
USPS Is Closing Over 20 Post Offices, Effective Immediately: Certain customers in different parts of the U.S. are now dealing with postal disruptions. In the latest update to its Service Alerts tool on Jan. 18, the USPS announced that several post offices are “temporarily closed” now, impacting two states: California and Nebraska.

# Medical / Health
The Inevitable Prosecutions of Women Who Obtain Abortions: The attorney general of Alabama finally went where the logic of the anti-abortion movement has long pointed. The GOP has finally acted on their unspoken goal: carceral punishment for those who seek abortions.

Activists Call for Mass Rallies on Sunday to Protest Abortion Bans: Nancy Davis, a survivor of Louisiana’s abortion ban, will be leading the march in Baton Rouge.

# Military / Global
Putin’s Henchmen Threaten 10,000+ Dead U.S. Troops: Russia’s top propagandists, from former President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev to state TV host Vladimir Solovyov, have been spreading the same not-so subtle nuclear threat far and wide—and yet, Putin’s mouthpieces are now worried that the “boy who cried wolf” routine is no longer being taken seriously by their target audience in the West.

Russian Forces Capture 2 Villages and Push Towards Orikhiv; The Russians are really coming. NWO Agents have every reason to fear and panic.

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