Voices, The Peoples News No. 2024-01-22

Voices, The Peoples News

January 22, 2024
Published by Jedi Selman Since March 2000 to Inform and Educate
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# Border / Immigration / Migrants
Dave Rubin: Illegal migrants get privileges ‘our own citizens don’t even have’: ‘The Rubin Report’ host Dave Rubin talks about TSA’s impact on illegal immigration and Dr. Jordan Peterson’s latest battle on ‘One Nation.’

Shelby Park in Eagle Pass, Texas, has turned into a battleground in an escalating legal fight between the Biden administration and Gov. Greg Abbott. A park on the Rio Grande is the new focus of a long battle over border enforcement that’s reached the U.S. Supreme Court.

# Corporations / Industry
The Oligarch Exemption For New Business Disclosure Rules: After a multimillion-dollar lobbying blitz, Wall Street firms got themselves exempted from anti-money-laundering requirements being imposed on small businesses.  The law requires businesses to report information into an online Beneficial Ownership Secure System (BOSS), administered by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) of the U.S. Department of Treasury.

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
COVID Vaccines Could Trigger Vasculitis, Damaging Multiple Organs: As of Sept 23, 2021, more than 83 million vaccine doses were administered in Italy, with approximately a fifth of recipients receiving ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine.2 Here, we report three cases of cutaneous vasculitis developing in previously healthy individuals shortly after vaccination with ChAdOx1 nCoV-19.

Regulatory death march: As the avian flu crosses the species barrier and targets animals and humans, a gene editing solution is in focus. Here’s why it’s unlikely US regulators will embrace the moment: Avian influenza is surging again, but with an even deadlier twist: the scourge that has led to hundreds of millions of bird deaths since it was first documented in the 19th century may soon pose a COVID-like threat to humans.

WHO director calls for world pandemic treaty to prepare for Disease X: World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus has called on countries to sign on to the health organization’s pandemic treaty so the world can prepare for “Disease X.” Ghebreyesus told the World Economic Forum that he hoped countries would reach a pandemic agreement by May to address this ‘common enemy’

Federal secrets spill on COVID origins amid rodent research on risks of lab mods, vax in pregnancy: Fauci advisor who said he used Gmail to avoid FOIA allegedly denies bad behavior in congressional interview. “Autism-like behavior” observed in male rats whose pregnant mothers were given Pfizer COVID vaccine.

# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
Social Security in Crisis; Massive Cuts Coming Without Congressional Intervention: Social Security beneficiaries face the possibility of an across-the board benefit cut of at least 20% in the next decade, due to a looming funding shortfall the program faces. That can be changed if Congress decides to act before the projected 2034 depletion date for the program’s combined funds.

Not touching Social Security could lead to 20% benefit cut within a decade: President Joe Biden and House Republicans have promised not to touch Social Security in their battle over cutting spending to address the nation’s debt ceiling crisis. While that vow is intended to indicate support of the popular entitlement program, it could actually lead to financial disaster.

# Education / Schools
Amid Gaza Protests, Universities Are Cracking Down on a Celebrated Protest Tactic: Sit-ins. On college campuses around the country, administrators are responding to peaceful sit-ins with sanctions and criminal charges. It was part of a wave of activism around Israel’s siege of Gaza on university campuses around the country, and it ended in increasingly typical fashion: Campus police arrested 57 of the demonstrators for trespassing because they remained in the university’s Whitmore Administration Building after it had closed

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemicals
Biden Still Hasn’t Appointed Anyone to Clean Up America’s Toxic Coal Crisis: The coal industry has profited from pollution, and they’d like taxpayers to pay for the cleanup. The office that’s supposed to tackle this still doesn’t have a director. Staring down the barrel of a tough reelection fight, the White House still has not selected a nominee to lead the Department of Interior office charged with cleaning up this country’s festering stock of toxic old coal mines.

I Had A Job On The Keystone XL Pipeline Until Biden Fired Me To Satisfy Climate Extremists: Three years ago, Biden shut the Keystone XL pipeline to hurt US energy production

# Environment / Climate / Chemicals / Infrastructure
The Culture War Tearing American Environmentalism Apart: In Minneapolis, the housing shortage has fractured the green community. In Minneapolis, the green community has fractured as a wide array of self-described environmentalists find that they don’t agree on very much anymore.

The EPA Is Backing Down From Environmental Justice Cases Nationwide: The agency has pumped the brakes on Civil Rights Act investigations out of apparent fear that a Louisiana challenge could make it to the Supreme Court. The infamous 85-mile stretch between Baton Rouge and New Orleans is one of the nation’s most polluted corners; residents here have spent decades fighting for clean air and water.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals / Technology
How the FDA decimated the entire biotech sector of genetically engineered animals — and what needs to be done to revive it: Unscientific regulatory barriers are blocking its potential. If approved by regulators, the new strain would be one of only a handful of genetically engineered food animals in the world, compared to scores of important genetically engineered drugs.

# General News
Huge Boeing Scandal Behind Alaska Airlines Catastrophe: Cub Reporter Reveals Systemic Corruption Behind a Near Disaster. A compelling story about corrupt Washington dealings that needlessly put you and your family at risk of death if you board a Boeing 737 Max 9 jetliner broke last week. This story may come as a surprise because, shockingly, it hasn’t gained any traction with our best and biggest mainstream news organizations.

# Gov / Politics / Global
North Korea said Sunday that Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his willingness to visit the North at an unspecified “early date” as the countries continue to align in the face of their separate, intensifying confrontations with the United States.

Russian society has generated a strong immune system not to be disturbed by what it silently supports: the ongoing murder of Ukrainians, the elimination of the Ukrainian culture and identity, and the total destruction of the Ukrainians’ land, their sovereignty, and their homes

# Gov / Politics
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis ended his presidential campaign on Sunday, two days before the New Hampshire primary in which polling showed he was likely to come in a distant third behind former President Donald Trump and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. Endorses Trump

Trump to remain on Washington ballot after judge tosses 14th Amendment challenge: The case is one of a series of challenges to Trump’s appearance on both primary and general ballots contending that his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Riot disqualified him under the Amendment’s “insurrection” provision.

Behind AOC’s Tortured Decision to Endorse Bernie Sanders: After his heart attack in 2019, the Vermont senator’s presidential bid was in dire need of a boost from a young star. But, as Hunter Walker and Luppe B. Luppen recount in an excerpt of The Truce, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had some serious hang-ups.

A divided Congress is about to let poor families fall off a hunger cliff: If lawmakers don’t shore up a $1 billion shortfall, the most vulnerable families could lose nutrition assistance benefits this year. Participants in the special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children, known as WIC, may be put onto waiting lists, or could lose their benefits altogether.

House GOP Already Considering A Future Without Johnson: Speaker Mike Johnson is beset with political challenges: At least two conservative lawmakers have begun threatening his job. The former acting speaker trashed Johnson’s performance this week. A border-policy showdown with the Senate and White House draws nearer every day. And then there’s the problem of the 2024 campaign.

Sanders, “If Netanyahu Says No to Palestinian State, US Must Say No to Netanyahu. There must be no more U.S. military aid to Israel to continue Netanyahu’s war,” the senator said.

Trump Delivers a Message to Democrat Voters: ‘Let’s see if an unknown congressman—nobody ever heard of this guy, let’s see how he does.’

The Unexploded Bomb In The Constitution That’s Threatening The 2024 Election: In a great historical irony, one of the least studied parts of the U.S. Constitution is poised to unleash on the country a whirlwind of political vendetta. The Supreme Court, however, may still block such a consequence. Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, the disqualification clause, was originally designed to punish rebels of the Civil War and generally overlooked as irrelevant since.

# Law Enforcment
‘Wrong Side of History’: NYC Mayor Adams Vetoes Solitary Confinement Ban: “With this veto, the mayor has condemned New Yorkers to suffer in solitary confinement and isolation, and he did so after the cameras were turned off and backs were turned,” the bill’s sponsor said.

Families of People Killed by NYPD Brace for Eric Adams to Veto Criminal Justice Reform Bills Mayor Eric Adams publicly opposed City Council bills passed last month to beef up police accountability and ban solitary confinement.

# Legal / DOJ
Ohio Pastor Charged for Opening Church to Homeless People in Freezing Weather: “This is actual religious persecution of a Christian by the state,” said one journalist. “An actual violation of religious liberty.”
Outrage spread Friday after the story about a pastor in Ohio who was arrested and charged for opening his church to homeless people when extreme cold weather struck his town gained national attention.

Grieving mom whose daughter was raped and murdered by an MS-13 gang member files $100million lawsuit against the feds for lax policies – ‘Nobody at the border did their job and checked his background’: The suit names DHS and DHHS as defendants, and demands the sum in damages

Local Reporter Describes Election Expert Halderman Breaking Into Dominion Voting Machine and Changing Vote Totals During His Georgia Testimony | 21 Jan 2024 | After speaking with election integrity expert Garland Favorito, we discovered the courtroom display was much more serious than originally reported. J. Alex Halderman demonstrated in court how Dominion machines were hacked and altered their tabulations.

Haitian Illegal Charged With Raping Disabled Victim Released by MA Judge Despite ICE Detainer: An illegal alien from Haiti charged with raping a disabled person in Massachusetts was apprehended by immigration authorities after he was released from jail by a judge who ignored a detainer lodged by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Judge orders unsealing of divorce case involving Georgia special prosecutor: A judge on Monday ordered court records to be made public in the divorce involving a special prosecutor hired in the election case against Donald Trump and others and accused of having an affair with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. The judge said records must be unsealed in the divorce case involving Nathan  Wade https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.wbaltv.com/article/judge-orders-unsealing-of-divorce-case-involving-georgia-special-prosecutor/46490900*__;Iw!!On18fmf1aQ!3dzpKy0izijNAV95En6z8ToksWfwScOl3g37UuuQWaor2KI4XeS9DwwqD2E4Eu-uCUnXhCGqYmOmf1Fw6bZg–mA6I21URwm$

# Military / DOD
US preparing for ‘sustained’ Yemen bombing campaign: The US is preparing for a “sustained” bombing campaign in Yemen after ten days of airstrikes failed to undermine the ability of Houthi fighters to target ships in the Red Sea, citing unnamed officials.

As Houthis vow to fight on, US prepares for indefinite campaign: The Biden administration is crafting plans for a sustained military campaign targeting the Houthis in Yemen after 10 days of strikes failed to halt the group’s attacks on maritime commerce.

# Military / Global
The Houthis May Have Checkmated Biden in Red Sea Standoff: The hardened Yemeni rebel force can’t be deterred without risky and costly U.S. escalations. Gaza Strip is beginning to tip the Middle East into a wider regional conflict. In the past week, the Houthis in Yemen emerged as an unlikely power player, successfully disrupting global shipping in the name of Palestinians in Gaza and goading the U.S. into launching a series of airstrikes in a failed bid at deterrence.

Iran sending ‘steady flow’ of weapons to Yemen’s Houthis, says US: The US Deputy Ambassador to the UN warns that such lethal external interference can only fuel war and suffering. US deputy ambassador to the UN, Richard Mills, told the Security Council that such lethal external interference could only “fuel war and suffering” in Yemen, amid calls for the Iran-backed Houthis to negotiate an end to the conflict.

# Science
Scientists Will Test a Cancer-Hunting mRNA Treatment: Strand Therapeutics has figured out a way to turn the molecule on and off in certain tissues to more precisely treat tumors. Strand Therapeutics has figured out a way to turn the molecule on and off in certain tissues to more precisely treat tumors. As the first vaccines for Covid-19 rolled out at the end of 2020, messenger RNA catapulted into public awareness

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