Day: August 26, 2021

Intriguing Fossil Reptile Offers Clues to the Origin of Snakes and Lizards – gizmodo.com

Intriguing Fossil Reptile Offers Clues to the Origin of Snakes and Lizards From gizmodo.com 2021-08-26 18:31:00 Excerpt:   Twenty years since it was found in Argentina, a fossil of a 231.4-million-year-old lepidosaur has been described in detail by paleontologists. This animal has features place it before the split between lizards, snakes, and sphenodonts (a branch […]

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Christian School Fires Gay Volleyball Coaches, Students Support Coaches

Students walk out in support of volleyball coach who says he was pushed to resign because he is gay From www.dailykos.com 2021-08-25 21:05:13 Marissa Higgins Excerpt:   Two coaches at Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, have recently alleged they were forced from their jobs because they’re gay. Inoke Tonga, who coached junior […]

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The Draft is Coming for Women in America

Coming Soon, Women Being Drafted for War in America From Freedomist.com Excerpt: The Senate Armed Services Committee approved a proposed language change to the Selective Service law from men being required to sign up for the potential draft to men AND women being required to sign up for the potential draft, the writing is on […]

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Medication Abortion Via Telehealth Deemed “Safe” by California Study

Abortions Prescribed Virtually Are Safe and Effective: California Study From gizmodo.com 2021-08-24 15:48:00 Excerpt:   New research finds that abortions prescribed over the phone or online can be safe and effective. The study found that a large majority of women who received medication abortions in California last year via telehealth service required no follow-up medical […]

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China to Genocide Xinjiang by Preventing Births?

China Could Prevent up to 4.5 Million Births in Xinjiang, Leading Researcher Claims From www.newsweek.com 2021-08-25 14:09:06 Excerpt:   China could prevent the births of up to 4.5 million Uyghurs and members of other minority ethnic groups in the next two decades through extensive population control measures in Xinjiang, a leading researcher has found. In […]

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OnlyFans Reverses Its Sex Ban

OnlyFans Rejects Banks, Reverses Sex Ban Decision From Freedomist.com Excerpt:   OnlyFans saw the writing on the wall, that with or without the banks if your users were not having it, you’d for sure be done if you continued down this banking-preferred path.  Just a few days after making the announcement,  OnlyFans is now reversing […]

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FDA Emergency Use Approval of Vaccine Leads to Vaccine Mandates

From CVS to Goldman Sachs, FDA move prompts vaccine mandates From www.detroitnews.com 2021-08-25 16:02:01 Excerpt:   From Walt Disney World to Goldman Sachs, a flurry of private and public employers are requiring workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 after the federal government gave full approval to the Pfizer shot. And the number is certain to […]

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Pope Comes out Against Killer Robots

Push to ban ‘killer robots’ boosted by Vatican, pope From www.ucanews.com 2021-08-25 04:39:00 Excerpt:   Among the many threats to human life and dignity, the Vatican is making sure that the widening use of lethal autonomous weapons systems worldwide is not reduced to a natural progression of technology that people learn to accept and live […]

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France Prepares to Close Down Afghan Operations for Good

France to Beat the US Out of Afghanistan From freedomist.com Excerpt: As the US prepares to leave by the Taliban-set deadline of August 31st, France might be leaving even sooner, with operations expected to end within the next few hours. Read Full Article

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They Won the US Lottery out of Afghanistan, But It Looks They’re Stuck Nonetheless

They Beat the Odds to Win the US Visa Lottery. But Crippling Delays May Keep Them in Afghanistan. – Mother Jones From www.motherjones.com 2021-08-24 10:00:15 Sinduja Rangarajan Excerpt: Last summer, Najma, a health care worker based in Kabul, had the most eventful week of her life: First, she narrowly survived a terrorist attack at the […]

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