Tuesday, July 27

Month: July 2021

Federal Appeals Court Tosses Covid-19 Restrictions On Florida Based Cruise Ships
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Federal Appeals Court Tosses Covid-19 Restrictions On Florida Based Cruise Ships

Pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships are no longer in place under a ruling Friday by a federal appeals court, while the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention seek to fight a Florida lawsuit challenging the regulations.A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals had temporarily blocked a previous ruling last Saturday that sided with Florida officials, but the court reversed that decision on Friday, explaining that the CDC failed to demonstrate an entitlement to a stay pending appeal.Last weekend's temporary stay had kept the CDC regulations regarding Florida-based cruise ships in place while the CDC appeals the June decision by U.S. District Judge Steven Merryday. Those regulations can no longer be enforced but can still be used as gui...
Biden Administration Will Not Investigate Gov. Cuomo, State-Run Nursing Home Deaths In New York
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Biden Administration Will Not Investigate Gov. Cuomo, State-Run Nursing Home Deaths In New York

The Justice Department has decided not to open an investigation into government-run nursing homes in New York over their COVID-19 response, according to a letter sent Friday to several Republican members of Congress.Under former President Donald Trump's administration, the department's civil rights division requested data last August from four states — New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan — about the number of COVID-19 infections and deaths in public nursing homes.The request came amid still-unanswered questions about whether some states, especially New York, inadvertently worsened the pandemic death toll by requiring nursing homes to accept residents previously hospitalized for COVID-19.In a letter sent to several Republicans who had demanded an inves...
Inflation Rates In US Hit 13 Year High, Gas Prices Skyrocket
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Inflation Rates In US Hit 13 Year High, Gas Prices Skyrocket

Courtesy: FBAccording to AAA, gas prices across the United States are averages $3.15 per gallon, which is the highest price at the pump in at least seven years. In addition, inflation is at a 13 year high in the U.S. as many companies raise prices to offset higher costs for materials, gas and vehicles.According to Fox Business some of the companies hiking prices: Harley Davidson will implement a 2% surcharge, Whirlpool will hike prices by 12%, General Mills will increase prices by 7%,, and Constellation Brands, who sell alcoholic beverages such as Corona beer and Svedka vodka will also have price hikes.CFO Garth Hankinson said,"We expect significant inflation headwinds to ramp up during the second half of our fiscal year."
Thousands Protest Sydney Lockdown, Demand ‘Freedom’
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Thousands Protest Sydney Lockdown, Demand ‘Freedom’

Thousands of people took to the streets of Sydney and other Australian cities on Saturday to protest lockdown restrictions and police made several arrests after crowds broke through barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants. The protesters marched from Sydney’s Victoria Park to Town Hall in the central business district, carrying signs calling for “freedom” and “the truth."There was a heavy police presence in Sydney, including mounted police and riot officers in response to what authorities said was unauthorized protest activity. Police confirmed a number of arrests had been made after objects were thrown at officers. New South Wales Police said it recognized and supported the rights of free speech and peaceful assembly, but the protest was a breach of public heal...
Blue Origin Launches First Human Flight To Space
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Blue Origin Launches First Human Flight To Space

 Jeff Bezos blasted into space Tuesday on his rocket company’s first flight with people on board, becoming the second billionaire in just over a week to ride his own spacecraft.The Amazon founder was accompanied by a hand-picked group: his brother, an 18-year-old from the Netherlands and an 82-year-old aviation pioneer from Texas — the youngest and oldest to ever fly in space.“Best day ever,” Bezos said after the capsule touched down on the desert floor at the end of the 10-minute flight.Named after America’s first astronaut, Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket soared from remote West Texas on the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, a date chosen by Bezos for its historical significance. He held fast to it, even as Virgin Galactic’s Richard Branson pushed up ...
Maricopa County Election Machines Breached, Highly Vulnerable To Hackers During 2020 Election
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Maricopa County Election Machines Breached, Highly Vulnerable To Hackers During 2020 Election

The Maricopa County Forensic Audit of the 2020 General Election continues to move forward, despite efforts made to shut it down. According to Senate President Karen Fann, Audit Liaison Ken Bennett and other audit team leaders, The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors refusal to comply with Subpoenas has slowed the progress of the Audit.Ben Cotton, who is a used as a court recognized expert witness in digital forensics and has more than 25 years of experience with forensics both for the U.S. government and the private industry, claims that the Board of Supervisors is refusing to provide the audit team with access to the routers used in the November election."It's critically important to substantiate some findings that we are seeing to have access to the routers. There are a n...
BREAKING-Maricopa County Ballots Printed On Different Types Of Paper, Major Calibration Errors Discovered
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BREAKING-Maricopa County Ballots Printed On Different Types Of Paper, Major Calibration Errors Discovered

The Arizona State Senate held a hearing Thursday to get an update on the Maricopa County Forensic Audit of the 2020 election.Several issues with the actual ballots were brought up during the hearing by Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas, including major errors in ballot printing calibration and also the different types of paper that were used to print the ballots for Maricopa County. Logan asserted that because of the paper, there was the issue of 'bleed through' which could have impacted the results of the votes by causing 'over vote' or causing votes for the wrong candidates to be counted.Logan attributed the issues to the calibration of the ballots, and the thickness of the paper used during the election in Maricopa County."Ballots are designed as such if you fill out o...
Maricopa County Audit Finds Tens Of Thousands Of Invalid Votes, Discrepancies On Voter Rolls
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Maricopa County Audit Finds Tens Of Thousands Of Invalid Votes, Discrepancies On Voter Rolls

Doug Logan, The CEO of Cyber Ninjas, testified in front of the Arizona State Senate about major discrepancies being found concerning the the Maricopa County Voter Rolls. According to Logan, more than 11,000 names were not included on voter rolls during November, but appeared on the December voter rolls. These names, according to the results of the audit, are of people that voted in the November election.Logan informed the Senate of his findings in the hearing saying,"We have also seen some interesting things related to the voter roles. For instance we have 11,326 people that did not show up on the November 7th version of the voter rolls, after votes were cast, but then [those very same names] appeared on the December 4th version of the voter rolls. Just to be clear, they sho...
BREAKING: More Than 74,000 Mail In Ballots Counted In Maricopa County, No Record Of Being Sent
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BREAKING: More Than 74,000 Mail In Ballots Counted In Maricopa County, No Record Of Being Sent

The Arizona State Senate held a hearing today to get an update / briefing on the progress of the forensic audit in Maricopa County that is inspecting more than 2 million ballots from the November Presidential Election.During the hearing, Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas who has done work for J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Fortune 500 clients and the Federal Government confirmed that 74,243 mail in ballots were counted in the 2020 election that don't have a record of being mailed out."We have 74,243 mail in ballots where there is no clear record of them being sent. Just to be clear here, in the state of Arizona we have EV 32’s and EV 33’s. EV 32’s are supposed to give a record of when a mail in ballot is sent and the EV 33's are a record of when the mail in ballot i...
California To Provide Tax Payer Funded Income To Some Residents
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California To Provide Tax Payer Funded Income To Some Residents

California lawmakers on Thursday approved the first state-funded guaranteed income plan in the U.S., $35 million for monthly cash payments to qualifying pregnant people and young adults who recently left foster care with no restrictions on how they spend it.The votes — 36-0 in the Senate and 64-0 in the Assembly — showed bipartisan support for an idea that is gaining momentum across the country. Dozens of local programs have sprung up in recent years, including some that have been privately funded, making it easier for elected officials to sell the public on the idea. California’s plan is taxpayer-funded, and could spur other states to follow its lead. Local governments and organizations will apply for the money and run their programs. The state Department of Social S...