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    10 pm MDT Diverse 6 hours ago Charlottesville City Council Votes Again to Remove Confederate Statues The Charlottesville city council voted to remove Confederate statues from public parks nearly four years after the Unite the Right white supremacist rally divided the Virginia city, The Daily Beast reported. The two statues – one of Robert E. Lee and one of Stonewall Jackson – were originally voted to be removed 2017, but the […] read more Diverse 6 hours ago Prescott College Names Dr. Barbara Morris as Next President Prescott College has appointed Dr. Barbara Morris to serve as its 18th president. Morris, who is currently associate vice provost and associate vice chancellor for academic affairs at the State University of New York (SUNY), is scheduled to take the reigns at Prescott on July 15. Prescott University Board Chair Lynne Nemethe praised “Dr. Morris’s […] read more The Rio Times 6 hours ago Central Bank President says Brazil’s economy may be more open in second semester RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to Roberto Campos Neto, the progress of vaccination in the country and the fact that the economy is learning to cope with the pandemic will help this openness.

    Central Bank (BC) president Roberto Campos Neto on Tuesday said that Brazil will be able to open its economy more widely […] The post Central Bank President says Brazil’s economy may be more open in second semester appeared first on The Rio Times. read more Food & Water Watch 6 hours ago Allegheny County Health Department’s Pollution Failures Merit AG Investigation Communities are fed up with the Health Department’s lax approach to fossil fuel pollution read more The Rio Times 7 hours ago Brazil has signaled WTO agreement to negotiate vaccine patent suspension RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government has said for the first time that it accepts to negotiate and stresses that it will seek tangible results in the shortest possible time frame. Brazil on Tuesday announced at the World Trade Organization (WTO) that it is ready to start negotiating on the proposed patent suspension […] The post Brazil has signaled WTO agreement to negotiate vaccine patent suspension appeared first on The Rio Times. read more null 9 hours ago Revisiting the Trauma of 2020: the Year that Coronavirus Broke Our Collective Hearts and Spirit I‘ve lived through a lot of traumatic experiences, from being torn away from my birthland Ethiopia as a seven year old and arriving in America The post Revisiting the Trauma of 2020: the Year that Coronavirus Broke Our Collective Hearts and Spirit appeared first on .

    read more Waking Times 11 hours ago Battered Souls #028 – Iboga & The Search For Healing with Levi Barker Levi Barker is proprietor and trained iboga provider at Iboga Wellness in Costa Rica. read more Diogenes Middle Finger 4 hours ago There Was A Time People Like This Would Be Ostracized and Resoundingly Told To Go To Hell *I saw “dozens of American flags,” which was “just disturbing”* This is the full context of the comments of an important writer with the NYT Editorial Board, @MaraGay, that are well worth listening to given how pervasive these views have become rather quickly in elite media circles: https://t.co/IGDq5A5fMu — Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) June 8, 2021 This made me think of Katha Pollits famous reaction to flag displays after the 9/11 attacks. Here: *Put Out No Flags* (The Nation, September 20, 2001): My daughter, who goes to Stuyvesant High School only blocks from the World Tr... read more The Watchers » Latest articles 5 hours ago Asteroid 2021 LX1 flew past Earth at 0.42 LD A newly-discovered asteroid designated 2021 LX1 flew past Earth at a distance of 0.42 LD / 0.00107 AU (160 069 km / 99 462 miles) at 04:31 UTC on June 4, 2021. This is the 63rd known asteroid to fly past Earth within 1 lunar distance since the start of the year and Read more » read more Econlib 5 hours ago A Warm Memory about State Farm’s Good Will When I called Don Boudreaux yesterday, he was awaiting a call from his insurance company after the condo above him had leaked water into his condo.

    We got talking about insurance and I remembered my first interaction with my auto insurer, State Farm. I was a fairly safe driver, so even though I had driven […] The post A Warm Memory about State Farm’s Good Will appeared first on Econlib. read more Global Issues News Headlines 5 hours ago Education Cannot Wait Investments Transform Childrens Lives in Somalia MOGADISHU, Jun 8 2021 (IPS) - Ten-year-old Sabah Abdi from Ali Isse, a small rural village on the Somaliland-Ethiopian border, scored well in her recent exams, placing third overall in her local village school of 400 students. Yet is was just three years ago Sabah spent her days helping with household chores and herding goats, rather than studying because her pastoralist family could not afford her school fees. Read the full story, “Education Cannot Wait Investments Transform Childrens Lives in Somalia”, on globalissues.org → read more Global Issues News Headlines 5 hours ago Step up HIV fight, to end AIDS ‘epidemic of inequalities’ by 2030 Although the world has made “great strides” since the first case of AIDS was reported, four decades ago, the UN General Assembly President said on Tuesday that the “tragic reality” is that the most vulnerable remain in jeopardy.

    Read the full story, “Step up HIV fight, to end AIDS ‘epidemic of inequalities’ by 2030”, on globalissues.org → read more Global Issues News Headlines 5 hours ago UN court upholds Ratko Mladić convictions and life sentence A UN court on Tuesday upheld the life sentence imposed on former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladić for his role in the Balkan wars in the 1990s. Read the full story, “UN court upholds Ratko Mladić convictions and life sentence”, on globalissues.org → read more Global Issues News Headlines 5 hours ago António Guterres nominated by Security Council for second term as UN chief The Security Council has formally selected the current Secretary-General António Guterres as its nominee to serve a second five-year term in the UN’s top job. Read the full story, “António Guterres nominated by Security Council for second term as UN chief”, on globalissues.org → read more Global Issues News Headlines 5 hours ago UNICEF and celebrities appeal to G7 countries: Donate COVID vaccinations ‘now’ From David Beckham to Whoopi Goldberg and Angelique Kidjo, Ambassadors for the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and other agencies, have signed an open letter to the upcoming G7 Summit of world leaders, underscoring the urgency of suppling vaccine donations now.

    Read the full story, “UNICEF and celebrities appeal to G7 countries: Donate COVID vaccinations ‘now’”, on globalissues.org → read more Snopes.com 5 hours ago Did Guatemalan Residents ‘Greet’ Harris With Signs Reading ‘Trump Won’? It is not unusual for leaders of countries to draw crowds of political opponents when they visit foreign regions. read more Michael West 6 hours ago VicForests: What’s the Scam? [image: VicForests, Whats the Scam,] The trees were cut down, the profits of timber exporters have been rising strongly, yet the losses of VicForests are spiralling. Whats the scam? read more Health Impact News 6 hours ago COVID-19 Bioweapon Shots Continue to Kill and Cripple People Leaving Behind Devastated Families While demand for the COVID-19 bioweapon shots is now waning, stories continue to come in about those who have decided to receive one of the injections and have paid the ultimate price for their decision: DEATH or crippling side effects. These stories are now becoming harder to find, so strong is the effort to censor them. Most of these deaths are being reported in the media with no mention of the fact that they received one of the bioweapon shots. For example, I recently had a frustrated sheriff deputy talk to me about how his department tried to strong-arm him into receiving one .

    .. read more Snopes.com 6 hours ago US Increasingly Unlikely to Meet Biden’s July 4 Vaccination Goal The White House has launched a month-long blitz to combat vaccine hesitancy and a lack of urgency to get shots, particularly in the South and Midwest. read more Snopes.com 6 hours ago Comedian Christina P. Cancels Tour Dates After Injury The stand-up comic announced that surgery went well and that she was resting. read more The Last Refuge 6 hours ago New York Times Editorial Board Member Mara Gay Says She Was Forced to Witness American Flags on Memorial Day and That is Very Disturbing This soundbite from MSNBC personifies the moonbattery currently infecting American discourse. New York Times editorial board member, Mara Gay, shares her experience driving to Long Island, New York, on Memorial Day and how disturbed she was witnessing American flags. Ms. Gay states the implied message by anyone displaying an American flag is: “this is my […] The post New York Times Editorial Board Member Mara Gay Says She Was Forced to Witness American Flags on Memorial Day and That is Very Disturbing appeared first on The Last Refuge. read more Organizing Notes 6 hours ago Insanity reigns in Israel Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to be ousted by an extremely fragile and unlikely alliance of parties from across the political spectrum who have little in common, other than their desire to break a political deadlock.

    read more Snopes.com 6 hours ago Did a Jameson Whiskey Heir Buy a Slave Girl to Watch Her Get Cannibalized? In 2021, social media posts referenced a 130-year-old scandal and a horrifying anecdote from a colonial expedition to Africa. read more Michael West 6 hours ago Regulators ignore marine noise pollution from oil drilling [image: Marine noise pollution] Noise pollution from drilling for oil and gas offshore devastates marine life, affecting not only food sources but oxygen levels. But neither the federal government nor NOPSEMA, which has environmental responsibility for approving offshore projects, takes such damage into account. Suzanne Arnold reports. read more Small Dead Animals 7 hours ago But Don’t Worry, Their Woke Credentials Are Just Fabulous! Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blount says workers who historically operated pipelines and other infrastructure manually have retired. pic.twitter.com/M2izZWFDCP — The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) June 8, 2021 Related Even more related read more Econlib 7 hours ago Knowledge, Reality, and Value Book Club, Part 2 The Book Club on Mike Huemer’s Knowledge, Reality, and Value continues. Today, I cover Part 2 of the book. To repeat, though I’m a huge fan of the book, I’m focusing almost entirely on disagreements.

    1. One of Huemer’s preferred responses to the classic Brain-in-a-Vat (BIV) scenario is that – especially compared to the Real World […] The post Knowledge, Reality, and Value Book Club, Part 2 appeared first on Econlib. read more Ice Age Now 7 hours ago Update on my (Robert’s) Health You’ll want to read this if you have rheumatoid arthritis (R.A.). You also may want to share this with any of your friends or relatives who have R.A. For starters, I simply do not know how I’m doing! Let me give you a brief synopsis of my past experience with R.A. It all began on ... Read more The post Update on my (Robert’s) Health appeared first on Ice Age Now. read more Balkinization 6 hours ago Toward a much-needed new Constitution For the past year--but particularly since Thanksgiving--I have been working, at the instigation of Michael Tomasky, the editor of *Democracy Journal *(and the new editor as well of *The New Republic*), with an extraordinary group of people who were charged to be audacious in imagining what kind of constitution the United States needed in the 21st century. Our collective deliberations--and text--are now available at https://democracyjournal.org/magazine/61/the-democracy-constitution/.

    Any regular readers of Balkinization will recognize a number of the names of the delegates. Ste... read more The National Interest 6 hours ago Biden’s $16,000 Stimulus Check: How To Get It *Ethen Kim Lieser* *Stimulus Payment, * As part of Biden’s legislation, individuals who pay out of pocket for child care services can now collect those related expenses in the form of tax credits of $8,000 for one child and up to $16,000 for two or more children. *Heres What You Need to Remember: *White House officials have estimated that households representing more than sixty-five million children—or nearly 90 percent of all children in the country—will receive the payments via direct deposit, paper checks, or prepaid debit cards. The expanded child tax credits under President... read more The National Interest 6 hours ago Stimulus Check Problem: No More Checks Could Slow U.S. Economy? *Trevor Filseth* *New Stimulus Payment, * Until a major shift on Capitol Hill, or a larger compromise of which a fourth stimulus check is a part, don’t hold your breath expecting one. *Heres What You Need to Remember:* As the COVID-19 recovery continues, there are growing doubts about the need for a fourth stimulus check.

    More than two hundred million vaccine shots have been provided nationwide; all Americans are now eligible to receive them. Most states have ended or are in the process of ending their lockdowns and restrictions, and there has been a hiring boom in recent month... read more The National Interest 6 hours ago Warfighting vs Institution-Building: America’s Chronic Contradiction in Afghanistan *Lauren Woods, Elias Yousif* *Afghanistan, * The contradiction between the goals of warfighting and institution-building is just one of many factors in the failures of the United States and NATO countries to build up capable security forces in Afghanistan, but it is one of the most important, most ignored, and unfortunately, likely to be repeated. From the earliest days of U.S. operations in Afghanistan, the United States did something perplexing. Even while developing the Afghan National Army as part of a wider state-building enterprise, U.S. forces began training and funding s... read more The National Interest 6 hours ago Sorry Vets, There Is No New Home Refinance Plan (Thats Fake News) *Eli Fuhrman* *Social Media, * While some programs exist to help veterans refinance their mortgages, those looking to take advantage of them should use caution and keep their eyes open for some red flags.

    A recent Facebook post is spreading misinformation regarding potential mortgage rates available for veterans. The post, attributed to an account called “Veterans Loans Online,” claims that Congress has created a new mortgage relief program for veterans, before encouraging viewers to select their military branch in order to calculate their new home payments. The post has been fl... read more The National Interest 6 hours ago Douglass Skyraider: How this World War II-era Airplane Thundered On *Caleb Larson* *Military History, Asia* Unfortunately, the little airplane came too late to fly any combat sorties during that conflict and instead made its combat debut during the Korean War, flown by U.S. Navy and Marine Corps pilots. It could carry more, far farther, and stay airborne longer than most jets—making it an indispensable weapon of war. At the advent of the jet age, new and radical airframe and engine designs pushed the limits—quite literally—of flight. Faster, farther, and with ever-increasing payloads, some of the early jets promised a revolution in aerial warfar... read more The National Interest 6 hours ago Child Tax Credit: When Will You Get Your $3600 Stimulus Check? *Rachel Bucchino* *Child Tax Credit, Americas* [image: Stimulus Check] The White House has called on Congress to extend the child tax credit through 2025 under the American Families Plan, but several congressional Democrats have pushed for the credit to be permanent.

    Back in March, Congress passed President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan, a massive spending package that included enhanced child tax credits for qualifying families. Biden’s child tax credit sends eligible families as much as $300 per child on a monthly basis from July through December. More than 90 percent of a... read more Climate Realism 7 hours ago Yahoo News Is Wrong, Western Drought Is Neither Historic, nor Linked to Climate Change Yahoo News is promoting the false claim that human climate change is responsible for a historic drought covering California and the Western United States. Although drought conditions have persisted for a couple of years now across portions of the Western United States, droughts in the dry West are common and research shows much larger, longer-term […] The post Yahoo News Is Wrong, Western Drought Is Neither Historic, nor Linked to Climate Change appeared first on Climate Realism. read more All News Pipeline Feeds 7 hours ago Second_Amendment_Court_Win_Leads_To_Meltdown read more War News Updates 7 hours ago White House Officials Say The U.S. Must Vaccinate More People Before Delta Becomes The Dominant Covid Variant In America *CNBC:* *Fauci says U.

    S. must vaccinate more people before Delta becomes dominant Covid variant in America* * U.S. health officials are scrambling to get more Americans vaccinated to keep the Covid variant Delta, first identified in India, from proliferating across the country. * “In the U.K., the Delta variant is rapidly emerging as the dominant variant ... It is replacing the B.1.1.7,” Fauci said. “We cannot let that happen in the United States.” * The Delta variant accounts for 60% of new cases in the U.K. In the U.S., it is more than 6% of cases scientists have been abl... read more Snopes.com 7 hours ago About That Salacious ‘Book Report’ on JFK A purported kids book report on U.S. President John F. Kennedy precociously relates little more than rumors about JFKs sex life. read more Snopes.com 7 hours ago Man Uses His Booming Voice to Combat Phone Scammers After covering spam and scams for more than 25 years, we were delighted to see how Roy Baker Jr. shut down an incoming call from potential phone scammers. read more Organizing Notes 7 hours ago Resist US-Led War! No to NATO! Fight for Just Peace! *Global Online Rally* Thursday, June 10, 17:00 UTC Register: http://bit.ly/notonatorally On June 14, the US-led imperialist military pact, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), will hold its annual summit meeting in Brussels, Belgium.

    The Resist US-Led War Movement calls for Global Actions to Resist NATO and Build the Peoples Movement for Just Peace! Since its founding in 1949, NATO has acted as an armed wing of US-led war and imperialism, mobilizing its 29 member states in North America and Europe to unleash lethal military campaigns in the name of “collective defe... read more War News Updates 7 hours ago 200 Former World Leaders Urge G-7 Countries To Pay For Global COVID-19 Vaccinations *The Guardian:** Covid: more than 200 leaders urge G7 to help vaccinate world’s poorest* Former PMs, presidents and ministers sign letter saying richest should pay two-thirds of $66bn needed More than 100 former prime ministers, presidents and foreign ministers are among 230 prominent figures calling on the leaders of the powerful G7 countries to pay two-thirds of the $66bn (£46.6bn) needed to vaccinate low-income countries against Covid. A letter seen by the Guardian ahead of the G7 summit to be hosted by Boris Johnson in Cornwall warns that the leaders of the UK, US, France,... read more 21st Century Wire 7 hours ago France’s Macron Gets His Face Slapped on Eve of Country’s Regional Elections *21WIRE* | Political tensions have bursted at the seams after multiple COVID-inspired lockdowns of the French people.

    read more War News Updates 7 hours ago Third Covid Wave Now Sweeping Africa *The Guardian*: *Third wave sweeps across Africa as Covid vaccine imports dry up* *WHO says continent urgently needs more jabs as eight countries report rise of 30% in cases in a week* African countries face a last-ditch battle against a third wave of Covid infections, as the supply of vaccines to the continent “grinds to a halt”, top health officials have warned. “The threat of a third wave in Africa is real and rising. Our priority is clear – it’s crucial that we swiftly get vaccines into the arms of Africans at high risk of falling seriously ill and dying of Covid-19,” sai... read more From the Trenches World Report 8 hours ago Trencher Alert Apparently our internet went out as soon as I started the broadcast. I did my broadcast for about twenty minutes before realizing I had no... The post Trencher Alert appeared first on From the Trenches World Report. read more Lawfare 8 hours ago Lawfare Live: Molly Reynolds and Quinta Jurecic on the Senate’s First Jan. 6 Report This Friday, June 11, at 12:30 p.m. ET, Molly Reynolds, senior fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, and Quinta Jurecic, fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, will join *Lawfare* Editor in Chief Benjamin Wittes to discuss the Senate’s first, and perhaps only, report on the events of Jan.

    6 jointly issued by the Committee on Rules and Administration and the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. The 127-page report details law enforcement’s intelligence failures prior to Jan. 6 and provides a number of recommendations. pow... read more From the Trenches World Report 9 hours ago The Word From the Trenches – June 8, 2021 Join in on the conversation. Call (712) 770-5597 then enter 220029#, press *6 to mute and unmute. (If you are unable to get through call... The post The Word From the Trenches – June 8, 2021 appeared first on From the Trenches World Report. read more Science Matters 10 hours ago Sweden Did It Right, No Doubt Now A reasonable, clearly explained analysis by Eyal Shahar Not a shred of doubt: Sweden was right. Excerpts in italics with my bolds. Counting the dead used to be the work of epidemiologists, statisticians and demographers. So was analyzing the numbers and drawing conclusions. In the past year many are counting deaths, but the numbers have […] read more Snopes.com 7 hours ago Is Biden’s DOJ Representing Trump in Defamation Case — After Biden Criticized Trump For Same Thing? The defamation suit filed by journalist E. Jean Carroll alleged that the former president lied about not raping her in the 1990s.

    read more Snopes.com 7 hours ago China’s Wandering Elephants Becoming International Stars Already famous at home, China’s wandering elephants are now becoming international stars. read more The Rio Times 7 hours ago Nicaraguan Police arrests third opposition presidential hopeful RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Police reported on Tuesday that it has detained opposition presidential hopeful Felix Maradiaga, who is being investigated by the Public Prosecutors Office for inciting foreign interference in internal affairs. Maradiaga, an academic and activist, was detained after appearing to testify before the Public Prosecutors Office, where he was […] The post Nicaraguan Police arrests third opposition presidential hopeful appeared first on The Rio Times. read more Snopes.com 7 hours ago ProPublica: Many of the Uber-Rich Pay Next to No Income Tax The rich really are different from you and me: They’re better at dodging the tax collector. read more Food Safety News 7 hours ago Fish Dip recalled over Listeria concerns in connection with Banner Smoked Fish recall Smilin’ Bob’s is recalling Smilin’ Bob’s Original Smoked Fish Dip and Smilin’ Bob’s All Natural Smoked Fish Dip.

    This recall was initiated as a result of the Banner Smoked Fish, Inc. recall of smoked fish because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. A total of 1,261 cases of Smilin’ Bob’s recalled products were distributed to retailers... Continue Reading read more The Rio Times 7 hours ago Bolsonaro invites Rio’s ex-mayor Marcelo Crivella to be Brazil’s ambassador to South Africa RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent the South African government a document inquiring about the appointment. President Jair Bolsonaro invited Marcelo Crivella (Republicanos), ex-mayor of Rio de Janeiro, to serve as Brazils ambassador to South Africa. The invitation was made two months ago, after a meeting at the Planalto Palace, […] The post Bolsonaro invites Rio’s ex-mayor Marcelo Crivella to be Brazil’s ambassador to South Africa appeared first on The Rio Times. read more The Rio Times 7 hours ago World Bank forecasts a 5.2% rebound in Latin America’s economy by 2021 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin Americas economy will advance by 5.2% this year, above the 3.2% forecast in January. However, its growth will depend on moderate progress in vaccination, the relaxation of restrictive measures and an increase in raw material prices, said the World Bank (WB) on Tuesday.

    However, the Washington-based multilateral organization predicted […] The post World Bank forecasts a 5.2% rebound in Latin America’s economy by 2021 appeared first on The Rio Times. read more Food Safety News 7 hours ago Children in Iowa hospitalized with E. coli infections; investigators looking for cause Public health officials in Eastern Iowa are investigating a cluster of E. Coli infections that has hospitalized at least three children with a severe type of kidney failure known as HUS. Investigators have not identified a source, but they have begun traceback efforts in hopes of finding a common denominator among the children, according to... Continue Reading read more The National Interest 8 hours ago $3600 Stimulus Check Problem: How To Make Sure You Get Child Tax Credit *Ethen Kim Lieser* *Child Tax Credit, * The IRS recently announced that it will likely launch two portals by July 1 to help expedite the payments to eligible parents. Within the past several weeks, the expanded child tax credits under President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan have taken some of the limelight away from the millions of traditional coronavirus stimulus checks that have been sent out. While many are aware that the payments will start on July 15, there could be some confusion among non-filers—or those individuals who aren’t typically required to file a tax return—on.

    .. read more Snopes.com 8 hours ago Drought-Stricken Nevada Enacts Ban on ‘Non-Functional’ Grass In Sin City, one thing that will soon become unforgivable is useless grass. read more Snopes.com 8 hours ago Are These Stiletto Crocs Real? The question of taste is a very subjective value, the creative director of the fashion company behind the alleged shoe once said. read more Diverse 8 hours ago Western Michigan University Receives Largest Single Gift to U.S. Public University Western Michigan University has received $550 million, the largest single gift given to a U.S. public university, Detroit Free Press reported. The money will be divided, with $300 million going to WMU’s Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine, $200 million going to need-based financial aid, faculty hiring and other initiatives, and $50 million going to […] read more Diverse 8 hours ago Virginia Union University Gives $6.35 Million to Help Students Pay Off School Debt Virginia Union University gave more than $6.35 million to help 1,344 students pay off school debt, making it so that all graduating seniors had no debt to the school and continuing students had their current balance paid. The awarded students include 1,192 undergrad and 152 grad students.

    Federal funding – via the CARES Act – […] read more Childrens Health Defense 8 hours ago Kids 5 and Up Get Shots in Tests for COVID Vaccine + More The Defender’s COVID NewsWatch provides a roundup of the latest headlines related to the SARS CoV-2 virus, including its origins and COVID vaccines. The post Kids 5 and Up Get Shots in Tests for COVID Vaccine + More appeared first on Childrens Health Defense. read more Diverse 8 hours ago AAC&U Announces Schools to Participate in Non-Tenure-Track STEM Faculty Institute The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) has announced the ten schools chosen to participate in its 2021 Institute on Reframing Institutional Transformation to Include Non-Tenure-Track STEM Faculty. The schools are California State University, Monterey Bay; Clemson University; North Carolina Central University; Providence College; Syracuse University; University of Minnesota Duluth; University of Puerto Rico […] read more Diverse 8 hours ago Lawsuit is Likely if Nikole Hannah-Jones is Not Offered Tenure at UNC-Chapel Hill University of North Carolina Chapel Hill officials are talking with journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones’s legal team, after threat of a federal discrimination lawsuit amid the university’s decision to refuse to offer her tenure with her hiring, The News & Observer reported.

    University officials responded last Friday to a letter from the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational […] read more Snopes.com 8 hours ago Did the ‘Black and Red Ants in a Jar’ Quote Come from David Attenborough? This ant quote gets shared one by one hoorah? Hoorah? read more Snopes.com 8 hours ago Vinyl Records Surge During Pandemic, Keeping Sales Spinning Vinyl record sales surged during the pandemic as music lovers fattened their collections, and audio cassettes began a comeback as well, keeping business spinning at record stores. read more Childrens Health Defense 8 hours ago 27 Experts Launch Citizen Petition Demanding FDA ‘Slow Down and Get the Science Right’ Before Approving COVID Vaccines A group of 27 prominent health experts and scientists are inviting public comment on their petition calling on the FDA to withhold full approval of COVID vaccines until efficacy and safety measures are met. The post 27 Experts Launch Citizen Petition Demanding FDA ‘Slow Down and Get the Science Right’ Before Approving COVID Vaccines appeared first on Childrens Health Defense. read more Diverse 9 hours ago Why I Came Back: An Alumni Perspective I never intended to stay this long. But I found myself enjoying working as an administrator at the college I graduated from almost a decade earlier.

    read more No More Mister Nice Blog 6 hours ago THE DEATH OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY: WHAT, ME WORRY? (updated) Ross Douthat thinks a crisis of democracy is possible in America, but not inevitable. He says it’s worth taking alarmist scenarios seriously, but he sees evidence that democracy isnt doomed. ... at the state level, the Republican-backed bills that purport to fight voter fraud are obviously partially sops to conservative paranoia — but as such, they’re designed to *head off* cries of fraud, claims of ballots shipped in from China or conjured up in Italy. Does Douthat seriously believe this? Does he really believe that right-wingers will respond to Democratic wins in, say, Georgia... read more The National Interest 8 hours ago $1400 Stimulus Check News: Bernie Wants You To Know Who Voted For Them *Stephen Silver* *Stimulus, * The bottom line is the American people want results, Sanders told Axios in an interview last month. Frankly, when people got a, you know, $1,400 check or $5,600 check for their family, they didnt say, Oh, I cant cash this check because it was done without any Republican votes.’ Ever since the start of the Biden Administration, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont has been one of the leaders of progressive thought in Congress, sometimes assisting the initiatives pushed by the Administration, while at other times proposing measures to the left of w.

    .. read more The National Interest 8 hours ago Stimulus Checks Had a Global Impact? Thats What the World Bank Says *Stephen Silver* *Stimulus Check, * The World Bank this week released a forecast predicting that the world economy will grow by 5.6 percent in 2021- which the institution describes as “its strongest post-recession pace in 80 years.” Helping to drive the strength was a stimulus in Western countries, including the United States. The World Bank this week released a forecast predicting that the world economy will grow by 5.6 percent in 2021- which the institution describes as “its strongest post-recession pace in 80 years.” Helping to drive the strength was a stimulus in Western cou... read more Virtual Mirage 8 hours ago No shit, Sherlock Plague (Credit to ZeroHedge) A leading advisor for the World Health Organisation said Monday that China is still engaged in a “massive cover-up” of the coronavirus pandemic, calling for a “full investigation” to be conducted by the US government and its international allies. Appearing on Fox News, Jamie Metzl urged that “The Chinese have engaged […] The post No shit, Sherlock appeared first on Virtual Mirage. read more The New Dark Age 8 hours ago NHS data grab *delayed* The Government has buckled and delayed the NHS data grab! The collection will now take place on September 1, 2021.

    read more The Rio Times 8 hours ago Argentine customs strike on Tuesday to hit grain exports -port manager RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – (REUTERS) Grain exports from Argentina were likely to be affected by a seven-hour strike by customs officers on Tuesday, as the officials press for priority access to coveted COVID-19 vaccinations, the port manager said on Monday. “It seems that it is going to affect all exports of all ports in […] The post Argentine customs strike on Tuesday to hit grain exports -port manager appeared first on The Rio Times. read more White Wolf 8 hours ago Heartwarming Reunion: Feral foal rescued from mud as mom watches from closeby For years, feral horses have shared the land in and around the range lands where Candice and Jordan Camille live in British Columbia. Candice writes that it’s Jordan’s job as a Range Rider to “keep an eye on the herds, the grasslands and the boundary fences.” Recently, he spotted a group of feral horses around a watering hole. Normally the horses would be spooked by his presence, but for some reason they were standing their ground. Being that Candice is a professional photographer, he let her know the horses were at close range so that she could come up and photograph them.

    “What ... read more The Watchers » Latest articles 8 hours ago Increased seismic activity at Gareloi volcano, Aviation Color Code raised to Yellow, Alaska A slight increase in seismic activity was observed at Gareloi volcano, Alaska on May 18, 2021, and beginning May 27 there has been a sustained increase in the rate and size of small volcanic earthquakes. Because the level of seismic activity is now above the Read more » read more The Last Refuge 8 hours ago State Reps from Wisconsin, Alaska, Georgia and Virginia Traveling to Arizona to Review Forensic Ballot Audit Process Last week a group of representatives from Pennsylvania toured the Arizona facility conducting the Maricopa County audit. According to Griselda Zetino from KTAR, today a contingent from Alaska (David Eastman, Burt Jones and Brandon Beech) are doing the same. Additionally Zetino is reporting that state reps from Georgia, Wisconsin and Virginia are also expected to […] The post State Reps from Wisconsin, Alaska, Georgia and Virginia Traveling to Arizona to Review Forensic Ballot Audit Process appeared first on The Last Refuge. read more The Rio Times 8 hours ago Bookstore in São Paulo rescues peripheral voices with writings by women only RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (EFE) In a modest room located on one of the busiest streets in downtown São Paulo, the Gato sem Rabo Bookstore opened its doors novel and pioneering proposal in Brazil: to exhibit, sell and discuss works written exclusively by women.

    It only takes one step to leave behind the noise […] The post Bookstore in São Paulo rescues peripheral voices with writings by women only appeared first on The Rio Times. read more The Rio Times 9 hours ago Kamala Harris affirms that Mexico and the U.S. are entering a “new era” RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris affirmed Tuesday that together with Mexico, they are entering a new era after meeting with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and his cabinet. I firmly believe that we are embarking on a new era, she said during the meeting at the National Palace with […] The post Kamala Harris affirms that Mexico and the U.S. are entering a “new era” appeared first on The Rio Times. read more The Rio Times 9 hours ago Brazil extradites Argentine golfer Angel Cabrera, accused of macho violence RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government concluded on Tuesday the extradition of Argentine golfer Angel Cabrera, arrested in Rio de Janeiro last January on macho violence/assault charges against his ex-wives. The Brazilian Federal Police also handed over to Argentine authorities another 42-year-old man imprisoned in the country since 2019 for an alleged crime […] The post Brazil extradites Argentine golfer Angel Cabrera, accused of macho violence appeared first on The Rio Times.

    read more The Rio Times 9 hours ago Brazil farmers threaten to stop fattening chicks for BRF RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (REUTERS) Chicken producers in Mato Grosso state contracted to supply BRF Brasil Foods SA decided on Tuesday to stop fattening chicks next week for the world’s largest poultry exporter unless it paid higher prices to cover rising production costs. BRF provides food for farmers to raise chickens for slaughter. The […] The post Brazil farmers threaten to stop fattening chicks for BRF appeared first on The Rio Times. read more Halifax Examiner 9 hours ago 17 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Nova Scotia on Tuesday, June 8 The Halifax Examiner is providing all COVID-19 coverage for free. Please help us continue this coverage by subscribing. Jump to sections in this article: Overview Vaccination Demographics Testing Potential exposure advisories Nova Scotia has announced 17 new cases of COVID-19 today (Tuesday, June 8). Of today’s new cases, nine are in Nova Scotia Health’s Central […] read more The Rio Times 9 hours ago Human Rights Commission begins visit to Colombia to gather data on protests RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) began its three-day working visit to several Colombian cities to collect testimony of human rights violations during the protests, after a first meeting with the president of Colombia, Iván Duque.

    Part of the mission - made up of IACHR Chair, Antonia Urrejola, and […] The post Human Rights Commission begins visit to Colombia to gather data on protests appeared first on The Rio Times. read more NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT 10 hours ago Social Cost of Carbon By Paul Homewood Ken Gregory has sent me his latest paper on the Social Cost of Carbon. If he is correct, it upends all of the arguments for spending trillions of dollars on a non existent problem: Social Cost (Benefit) of Carbon Dioxide from FUND with Corrected Temperatures, Energy and CO2 Fertilization By Ken […] read more MUSINGS ON IRAQ 10 hours ago PM Kazemi Fails At 3rd Confrontation With Pro-Iran Hashd Assistant to Hashd Cmdr Muslih said all charges against him were dropped (Al Mirbad) An assistant to the Hashd’s Anbar commander and head of the Tufuf Brigade Qasim Muslih said that all charges against him were dropped. Muslin was arrested on May 26 after he was suspected in the death of Karbala protest leader Ihab al-Wazni, assaults on other activists, and rocket attacks upon Ain al-Asad base in Anbar. Prime Minister Mustafa Kazami has consistently said that he would bring to justice the killers of demonstrators.

    He has so far failed every time he’s tried. In June 2020 he... read more MUSINGS ON IRAQ 10 hours ago This Day In Iraqi History - Jun 8 1920 Ex-Ottoman officer and nationalist al-Ahd member Jamil al-Midfai’s forces attacked Mosul but turned back 1920 Son of Grand Ayatollah Shirazi met with Sunni notables in Samarra calling for Sunni-Shiite unity to establish independent Iraq 1924 UK run Baghdad Times said England would give Iraq independence in 4 yrs at most if Anglo-Iraq Treaty passed Took 8 more yrs 1941 British campaign started against Vichy French in Syria using troops in Iraq Germany used Syria to supply pro-German Gaylani govt (Musings On Iraq review *Blood, Oil and the Axis: The Allied Resistan... read more Ice Age Now 10 hours ago Do you trust government guidelines for ANY thing? Let us remember that government guidelines (including the global warming idiocy) are often not based on science, but on a drive for political power. Do you trust government guidelines for ANY thing? This lady doesn’t Jean S I was skinny as a child. I was skinny as a young adult… but starting around age ... Read more The post Do you trust government guidelines for ANY thing? appeared first on Ice Age Now.

    read more Waking Times 11 hours ago In a Time of Universal Fear, Love is a Revolutionary Act *Dylan Charles* - Fear strips us of our inner authority, while love empowers us to make courageous choices in favor of sovereignty and health. read more The National Interest 8 hours ago Run to the Bank: The IRS Is Sending More $1400 Stimulus Payments to Your Wallet *Ethen Kim Lieser* *Stimulus Payments Coming, * There only remains roughly 13 percent of payments yet to be sent out. *Heres What You Need to Remember: *The IRS had previously stated that roughly ten million Americans likely overpaid on their unemployment taxes last year and will likely be on the receiving end of payments. With the most recent tenth batch of coronavirus stimulus checks under the American Rescue Plan disbursed by the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department, there only remains roughly 13 percent of payments yet to be sent out. In an effort to bring d... read more The National Interest 8 hours ago Does America Need More Warships To Take On China? *James Holmes* *Security, Asia* If you think peacetime preparation costs a lot, try war. *Heres What You Need to Remember: *Mass is in short supply in the Western Pacific, where China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) can back up the power of the PLA Navy fleet with shore-based aircraft and missiles.

    Over at *Stars & Stripes* this week, Caitlin Doornbos reported that the newish guided-missile destroyer USS *Rafael Peralta* had moored at its new home port of Yokosuka for the first time. Commissioned in 2017, *Rafael Peralta* bears the latest advances in sensor, computer, and weapo... read more The National Interest 8 hours ago Russias Su-34 Combat Aircraft Will Soon Get a New Missile *Peter Suciu* *military, Americas* Upcoming flight-tactical exercises in the Astrakhan Region will reportedly involve twelve aircraft including the Su-34 combat aircraft. The Russian Air Force’s Sukhoi Su-34 has been seen as one of Russia’s most capable strike fighters; it blends a time-proven airframe design with numerous modern performance features. The combat aircraft also proved it was more than capable when it was deployed to Syria, where it was employed in attacks against rebel and ISIS forces. The fighter-bomber is able to acquire targets using the GLNASS satellite system... read more The Last Refuge 9 hours ago Sacre Bleu, French President Emmanuel Macron Gets Slapped in The Kisser During Mostly Peaceful Protest Yellow vests of the world snicker… Someone finally did what the majority of French people would support.

    President Emmanuel Macron heads to the crowd in southern France to shake hands and greet the people… A man in the crowd slaps him in the face. The slap took place in the town of Tain-l’Hermitage, outside the […] The post Sacre Bleu, French President Emmanuel Macron Gets Slapped in The Kisser During Mostly Peaceful Protest appeared first on The Last Refuge. read more From the Trenches World Report 9 hours ago Three quotes “The Great Reset WEF style is just the distraction. We will not be eating bugs because of ‘Climate Change,’ but because we’ll be going hungry.... The post Three quotes appeared first on From the Trenches World Report. read more The Last Refuge 9 hours ago Inappropriate Laughter, Kamala Harris Cannot Respond to Border Visit Question There is absolutely nothing, not one thing, in the curriculum vitae of Kamala Harris that qualifies her for any elected office; she genuinely is not intelligence, coherent, or able to think rationally about issues or events. Some have likened her to the “female Obama”, but that’s unfair to Obama. Harris is even more profoundly over-her-head […] The post Inappropriate Laughter, Kamala Harris Cannot Respond to Border Visit Question appeared first on The Last Refuge.

    read more CFACT 9 hours ago Watch new Morano Minute: High gas prices make Biden Administration smile Watch the first episode of CFACTs new Morano Minute series: Why are high gas prices making some in the Biden Administration smile? The post Watch new Morano Minute: High gas prices make Biden Administration smile appeared first on CFACT. read more The Duran 9 hours ago Man shouts “Down With Macron!” SLAPS French President in face Man shouts “Down With Macron!” SLAPS French President in face ****News Topic 435 Watch: French President Slapped In Face By Man Shouting “Down With Macron!” Watch: French President Slapped In Face By Man Shouting “Down With Macron!” Two men have been arrested after a major security incident at a political event in southeast France on […] read more From the Trenches World Report 10 hours ago Jews want to control the world? Rabbi Ari Shishler Jun 7, 2021 The post Jews want to control the world? appeared first on From the Trenches World Report. read more Running Cause I Cant Fly 2 10 hours ago How It Really Is read more Running Cause I Cant Fly 2 10 hours ago “Takeover: The US Is Facing A Dollar Collapse By The End of 2021” *“Takeover: The US Is Facing A * *Dollar Collapse By The End of 2021”* by Mac Slavo People used to call those who could see the writing on the wall “crazy conspiracy theorists.

    ” Now, major mainstream media outlets are reporting that the United States dollar could crash by the end of 2021. Honestly, I am surprised the dollar hasn’t crashed already. It’s almost worthless in the sense that prices are skyrocketing and hyperinflation is right around the corner. The “seemingly crazed idea” that the US dollar will collapse against other major currencies in the post-pandemic global econo... read more From the Trenches World Report 10 hours ago Gun-toting auto shop worker, 24, arrested with 23-year-old girlfriend over road rage shooting death of six-year-old Aiden Leos Daily Mail The man arrested for the road rage shooting death of six-year-old Aiden Leos after a weeks-long manhunt is a 24-year-old gun-toting auto shop... The post Gun-toting auto shop worker, 24, arrested with 23-year-old girlfriend over road rage shooting death of six-year-old Aiden Leos appeared first on From the Trenches World Report. read more From the Trenches World Report 10 hours ago Bruce Springsteen is reviving his Broadway show and audiences must be fully vaccinated to rock CNN The Boss is returning to Broadway. Bruce Springsteen is reviving his solo show, “Springsteen on Broadway,” later this month.

    To get a seat, all... The post Bruce Springsteen is reviving his Broadway show and audiences must be fully vaccinated to rock appeared first on From the Trenches World Report . read more The Buffalo Chronicle 10 hours ago Queen Elizabeth ‘forced’ to pick Canada’s next Governor General, as some push for Prince Harry, others back Wilson-Raybould Queen Elizabeth is being ‘forced’ to select Canada’s next Governor-General because Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been “negligent” in his duty to recommend a timely replacement. The post has been vacant for months following the resignation of Julie Payette. With The post Queen Elizabeth ‘forced’ to pick Canada’s next Governor General, as some push for Prince Harry, others back Wilson-Raybould first appeared on The Buffalo Chronicle. read more From the Trenches World Report 10 hours ago Ruby Freeman who Jammed Suspect Ballots Into Voting Machines Multiple Times on Election Night Is Subpoenaed Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft Yesterday we reported that Shaye Moss was subpoenaed in Georgia for her activities in the 2020 election in Fulton... The post Ruby Freeman who Jammed Suspect Ballots Into Voting Machines Multiple Times on Election Night Is Subpoenaed appeared first on From the Trenches World Report.

    read more From the Trenches World Report 10 hours ago Cyber criminals target Congress: 60 members from both parties are left UNABLE TO ACCESS data for weeks in latest ransomware hack Daily Mail At least 60 members of Congress from both parties have been unable to access data for weeks in the latest ransomware attack to... The post Cyber criminals target Congress: 60 members from both parties are left UNABLE TO ACCESS data for weeks in latest ransomware hack appeared first on From the Trenches World Report. read more From the Trenches World Report 10 hours ago Houston Hospital Workers Walk Out Over Covid Vaccine Mandate MSN – New York Times Dozens of staff members at a Houston-area hospital protested on Monday night against a policy that requires employees to be... The post Houston Hospital Workers Walk Out Over Covid Vaccine Mandate appeared first on From the Trenches World Report. read more From the Trenches World Report 10 hours ago Outage: Users report major sites down, including Amazon, Guardian, NYT & Reddit RT A major server outage on Tuesday resulted in many popular websites going offline, including Amazon, Twitch, GitHub, and dozens of news organizations. Some of... The post Outage: Users report major sites down, including Amazon, Guardian, NYT & Reddit appeared first on From the Trenches World Report.

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