Voices, The Peoples News No. 2023-01-23

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January 23, 2023
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# Chemicals
Glyphosate yet again is linked to cancer in people exposed to its use: You might have never heard of glyphosate before, but you probably have some in your garage or basement. It’s the active ingredient in herbicides and weed killers, and now scientists in the US have found that people exposed to it have biomarkers (a naturally occurring molecule or gene found in body fluids or tissues) linked to the development of cancer and other diseases.

# Chemicals / Drugs
# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Federal agencies withholding data behind pilot heart condition change, COVID vax stroke reversal: Federal agencies are withholding the data behind recent decisions that relate or may relate to COVID-19 vaccines and severe adverse events, fueling speculation that they are putting both vaccinated and unvaccinated lives at risk.

‘Bombshell’ Emails Reveal Fauci Was Part of NIH and Who Conspiracy to Silence Wuhan Lab Leak Theory: Dr. Anthony Fauci, once considered America’s top Covid doctor, conspired with influential scientists around the world, including at the World Health Organization, to quell concerns that SARS-CoV-2 may have leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, newly un-redacted emails show. The newly released emails raise questions about Dr. Fauci’s motives in dispelling public scrutiny over the novel coronavirus had escaped from the Wuhan laboratory.

FDA assigned Pfizer’s COVID vaccine a license number months prior to actually licensing it: Back in July 2020, when the U.S. Government committed to purchasing millions of doses of Pfizer’s Covid vaccines prior to the vaccines actually being authorized for use in the American public, some wondered whether the FDA’s “review” process for granting Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) was just a mere formality.

COVID Vaccines ‘Opened the Floodgates’ for New Wave of mRNA Vaccines for Livestock: Several new government- and industry-funded studies are underway to develop mRNA vaccines for livestock, part of the massive expansion of the animal vaccine industry projected to be worth 26.12 billion by 2030.

# Education / Schools
Lax charter school laws: As charter schools continue to expand across Texas, many are receiving increased scrutiny over their splashy land buys and profits for their leaders. According to a new investigation by San Antonio Express-News, some charter school administrators own school facilities and collect millions from charging their schools rent.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
A new report by two major environmental groups offers the Biden administration a road map for accelerating clean energy deployment and keeping emission reduction goals within reach

JPMorgan Chase Pledged Carbon Reduction. Weeks Later It Financed Coal Mining. A new report documents how investment capital continues to threaten the well-being of billions of people.

# Environment / Climate / Interior
New emperor penguin colony discovered in Antarctica with satellite mapping: As a species, they live in areas so inhospitable they can be hard to find, and most will never be visited by humans.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals
Insane in the membrane: Customs officials are seizing eggs [instead of fentanyl] at the U.S.-Mexico border: U.S. customs officials are cracking down on egg smugglers. With egg prices soaring in the U.S. over the last year, more Americans are crossing into Mexico to buy the food item and trying to sneak cartons of raw eggs along some areas of the southern border, including California and Texas.

# Gov / Politics / US
A 23-Yr-Old Mayor Used Trump’s 2020 Playbook—Only It Worked:  “A small Kansas town is reeling after a baby-faced 23-year-old manipulated procedural technicalities to reinstall himself as mayor in one night, seemingly taking a page from the playbook used by former President Donald Trump after he was voted out of office. Only, this time, it worked.”

Biden and Trump’s Families Both Cashed In on the Presidency: Joe Biden and Donald Trump aren’t two peas in a pod—but Biden’s failure to secure classified documents is another reminder that he and Trump have more in common than just their advanced ages. And the similarities don’t end there.

Congress Should Investigate AARP: Why would an organization that claims to advocate for seniors support a bill that raided nearly a quarter of a trillion dollars from Medicare? The answer: Follow the money. AARP eagerly supported the measure, quite possibly because the organization prioritizes its own finances over the needs and interests of its members.

Biden Regime Announces Former COVID-Czar Jeff Zients, Who Pushed for Forced Vaccinations, as New Chief of Staff: As reported on Saturday, the “brains behind Biden,” Ron Klain, is expected to step down in the coming weeks. Klain is believed to be the force behind the Biden regime and their disastrous policies. Klain’s departure comes as a blow to the Biden regime as the economy turns sour and the investigations into the Biden family are expected to heat up in the coming weeks.

Texas Sen. Lois Kolkhorst has filed a bill that would ban citizens, governments and entities from China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing land in the state, part of what she and other Republicans have said will help stem foreign influence. Gov. Greg Abbott has signaled that he would sign the bill if it passed.

Why Zients? President Joe Biden’s new chief of staff may have a different set of priorities than the last one, but the choice of this former private equity executive is a curious one. In the whirlwind span of a single weekend, rumors began to emerge that the president’s chief of staff, Ron Klain, would be leaving the White House. Hours later, Jeffrey Zients had been announced as his replacement.

Prosecution of Assange Would Lead to End of the First Amendment, Advocates Warn: Prominent lawyers, journalists and human rights defenders say prosecuting Assange poses a grave threat to journalism.

# Law Enforcement
29-year-old Tyre Nichols died after being brutally beaten by police, his family said. Now five officers have been fired in connection with his death. The Department of Justice has opened a civil rights investigation into Nichols’s death. “What they did to my brother, they might have well killed us all,” Nichols’s sister Kenyana Dixon said.

# Legal / DOJ
What Power Does Amid Uncertainty: On this non-50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, it’s not just the repeal of the right to abortion that makes the new order clear.

# LGBTQ / Gender
Transgender People in Rural America Struggle to Find Doctors Willing or Able to Provide Care

# Medical / Health
Abortion Debate Ramps Up in States as Congress Deadlocks: Anti-abortion advocates are pressing for expanded abortion bans and tighter restrictions since the Supreme Court overturned the national right to abortion. But with the debate mostly deadlocked in Washington, the focus is shifting to states convening their first full legislative sessions since Roe v. Wade was overturned.

Anti-Abortion Activists Rally in DC: This year’s gathering signals a turning point for a movement that has had a singular focus for decades. With Roe now defeated, that focus is fracturing into competing priorities as the practical implications of criminalizing abortion crystallize.

We Need to Build an Abortion Rights Movement That Demands More Than Roe: Abortion access can’t be left in the hands of the Democratic Party. We must wage this struggle in the streets too.

# Other News
At least 10 people were killed and 10 others injured in a shooting near LA following Lunar New Year celebrations: Ten of the victims were pronounced deceased at the scene. They were described as five males and five females. Their identities have not been released. Of the injured, there were at least 10 additional victims who were transported to various hospitals and were listed in various conditions from stable to critical.

Authorities identify 72-year-old man as suspected gunman in Lunar New Year mass shooting: Authorities have identified the man responsible for a deadly shooting inside a Monterey Park dance studio as Hemet resident Huu Can Tran, 72.

Promoters of Election Lies Also Hyped a Hospital for Ukraine. That Never Happened Either. True the Vote, a group that spread discredited election conspiracy theories, “abandoned” The Freedom Hospital in April 2022, according to its lawyers. Yet board member Gregg Phillips continued to seek donations for the project for months afterward.

# Science
Study finds that UV-emitting nail polish dryers damage DNA and cause mutations in cells: The ultraviolet nail polish drying devices used to cure gel manicures may pose more of a public health concern than previously thought. Researchers at the University of California San Diego have studied these ultraviolet (UV) light emitting devices, and found that their use leads to cell death and cancer-causing mutations in human cells.

These suits used in Avatar are also being used for research on diseases impairing movement: Motion capture suits, like the ones used to create and bring characters to life in animation movies like Avatar, are also helping scientists track the onset and progression of diseases that impair movement. The system uses artificial intelligence to analyze body movement and can diagnose disorders twice as fast as the best doctors, the researchers found.

Earth’s inner core may be reversing its rotation: Such a turnaround might sound bizarre, but isn’t likely to have profound effects on life: Scientists have proposed that Earth’s solid inner core rotates faster than the rest of Earth. A new study suggests the core’s rotation has recently paused, and is reversing direction.

# Technology
Google’s stock climbed after it fired 12,000 employees, but what did they get out of it? The tech sector is laying off tens of thousands of workers, making it clear that economic growth is currently valued above all else.

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