Hitting Where You Live:
Updated: May 30
They are hitting you personally by their covid scam, their global warming scam, and by so many other things:
“Many dissatisfied with the government’s spending priorities”, and their poll showed that, in descending order of popularity, the following federal program-areas need bigger budgets than now exist, according to a majority of the polled voters: Education, Health Care, Social Security, Infrastructure, Assistance to the poor, Medicare, Border Security, Assistance for childcare, and Drug rehabilitation. The following programs, in ascending order of unpopularity to be expanded (so bigger demands to be cut) according to the voters, were: The environment, Scientific research, The military, Assistance to big cities, Space exploration, and Assistance to other countries (“foreign aid”).
The public have generally not been informed by their ‘news’-media (such as by the AP) that already over half of the budgets that the federal Government spends is going to the military. Only around 47% is going to everything else.
The U.S. federal Government spends about half of all of the money that is being spent worldwide on military, but much of those funds are being paid-out from other, supposedly ‘non’-military Departments, in order to hide this fact so that in the standard (such as SIPRI) calculations — all of which calculate ignoring this crucial fact) — only around 37% (instead of 50%) of the global military spending is by the U.S. Government.
The Biden administration recently sent 1,500 military personnel to the border and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security sent several thousand federal employees to help Border Patrol agents expedite processing of foreign nationals into the U.S., not to block their entry, administration officials have explained.
The governors pledging support in addition to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is deploying troops and resources in the next 24 hours, include those of Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
Citizenship and Vaccination:
"A friend is becoming a US Citizen - but they are requiring both the VAXX AND BOOSTERS to be eligible. Does anyone know how to get an EXEMPTION? The friend is (understandably) worried about calling I.N.S. to inquire (and therefore 'register himself' as a vaxx-denier).
dcbroome 4 points 39 minutes ago +4 / -0
My office serves as a civil surgeon for these immigrants. We do medical paperwork/ vaccines, etc. I am sooo frustrated at the Covid requirements. Until a month or so ago, the requirement was vaccine and booster unless was one-shot Covid vaccine. Now everyone is required to get bivalent no matter what they’d had already. I have had a few who were going to try the waiver. One pt said that his lawyer told him not to bother- no waivers were being granted. I would also wait it out. I’m an RN and no way would I get the Covid jab
retardmonkey 7 points 1 hour ago +7 / -0
I'm in the same boat. My plan is to refuse the vaccine and then apply for a waiver with USCIS for religious or moral reasons.
That's the only current legal way to do it that I know of. Otherwise try and stall for time? The head of the CDC is stepping down on June 30th, and the longer things go and the more obvious is it that the jab is poison, the more likely it will be that the requirement goes away."
New York City will begin tracking the carbon footprint of household food consumption and putting caps on how much red meat can be served in public institutions as part of a sweeping initiative to achieve a 33% reduction in carbon emissions from food by 2030.
Mayor Eric Adams and representatives from the Mayor’s Office of Food Policy and Mayor’s Office of Climate & Environmental Justice announced the new programs last month at a Brooklyn culinary center run by NYC Health + Hospitals, the city’s public healthcare system, just before Earth Day.
Organization behind 15-minute city is mapping consumption-based emissions for New York and London
The partnership between American Express, New York, London and C40 Cities to map urban emissions was formally launched last week in a C40 press release. The groups will map the consumption-based emissions of both New York and London. The press release does not make the purpose of emissions mapping inventories explicit. It simply states the inventories “will enable London and New York City to develop a suite of actions to incentivise more sustainable consumption in collaboration with people and businesses.” It adds that the project “will also pioneer new ways for other cities to measure emissions from urban consumption,” adding that there is an “urgent need to reduce the emissions impact of urban consumption, especially what is eaten and the waste in food systems.”
To that end, “Building data inventories in partnership with city businesses (such as supermarket chains and retailers) is important for cities to measure, plan and act to ensure our cities become better places to live for all people and sustainable business can thrive.” The press release bases its claims on a report by the University of Leeds and developer Arup Group.
Arup is a Rockefeller-supported, World Economic Forum-affiliated organization that uses “fourth industrial revolution” technologies to transform cities. They promise that immense quantities of highly detailed data,” can produce a “new level of control” making possible “more efficient and sustainable use of the world’s precious materials.”
The report assesses consumption-based emissions in C40 cities across the world produced by food, clothing, transportation, building infrastructure and household appliances and calls for those emissions to be halved by 2030.
In the same press release, Adams announced that New York has signed on to the C40 Good Food Cities Accelerator, where signatory cities commit to achieving a “planetary healthy diet” by 2030, defined by more “plant-based foods,” less meat and dairy and less food waste overall.
“Food is the third-biggest source of cities’ emissions right after buildings and transportation,” Adams said. “But all food is not created equal. The vast majority of food that is contributing to our emission crises lies in meat and dairy products.”
Daily Caller California Officials To Pay Churches $1.4 Million Over Abortion Health Care Mandate QUOTE: California officials are preparing to pay out $1.4 million to four churches after attempting to force them to provide abortion health care coverage for their employees, according to a press release. Skyline Wesleyan Church, located in the San Diego area, Foothill Church in Glendora, Calvary Chapel Chino Hills in Chino, and The Shepherd of the Hills Church filed two separate lawsuits with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) in 2015 and 2016 after the Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) sent emails to insurance providers in the state, mandating that their coverage include abortion services. Federal courts ruled in both cases that the state's mandate violated the First Amendment and ADF announced Friday that the DMHC had agreed to pay $1.4 million in attorney's fees, according to an ADF press release. North Dakota Bans Preferred Pronouns Policies, Strengthens Parental Rights QUOTE: North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum signed a bill that will allow teachers, school officials, and government entities to ignore a student's preferred pronoun and ban hiding a student's transgender status from their parents. House Bill 1522 was approved by North Dakota lawmakers with a veto-proof majority of 40–6 in the Senate and 68–22 in the House. The law came into effect immediately. The legislation consists of three sections that modify the North Dakota Century Code in relation to preferred pronouns, restroom provisions for transgender students, establishing a penalty for violations, and declaring an emergency. COVID-Vaccine Injured Americans File Lawsuit Against Biden Regime Over Censorship
In a significant legal development, a woman who suffered severe nerve damage after receiving a COVID-19 shot, along with four other individuals with confirmed or suspected vaccine injuries, filed a lawsuit against Joe Biden and his administration, Epoch Times reported.
The lawsuit was filed on Monday, May 22 in southern Texas.
Aside from Biden, defendants include his top adviser Rob Flaherty, White House communications secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, the Department of Homeland Security, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, and others. The plaintiffs allege that the Biden regime violated their rights to free speech and peaceful assembly by pressuring big tech to crack down on individuals sharing their adverse reactions following COVID-19 vaccinations.
QUOTE: Five people injured by COVID-19 vaccines, along with a father whose 16-year-old son died from vaccine-induced cardiac arrest, are suing the Biden administration and top U.S. public health officials for allegedly colluding with social media companies to censor their stories. In a lawsuit filed Monday, the plaintiffs — including Brianne Dressen who suffered severe nerve damage after taking the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine — allege the U.S. government colluded with social media companies to censor them when they posted stories about their personal vaccine injury experiences. Defendants include President Biden and top-ranking White House officials, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. This is the first lawsuit brought by U.S. citizens injured by the COVID-19 vaccines. Dressen — a preschool teacher from Saratoga Springs, Utah — volunteered to participate in AstraZeneca's clinical trial for its COVID-19 shot. Now, she says, she is "collateral damage of the pandemic." Dressen co-chairs React19, a "science-based non-profit offering financial, physical, and emotional support for those suffering from longterm COVID-19 vaccine adverse events globally." After receiving the AstraZeneca shot, Dressen experienced extensive adverse effects — including doubled and blurry vision, severe sensitivity to sound and light, heart and blood pressure fluctuations and intense brain fog — that worsened over time. She said Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, GoFundMe, Reddit and Instagram removed content she posted about her injuries. According to Dressen, the plaintiffs' experiences of censorship "pale in comparison to the thousands of Americans we know who all have experienced the same thing." "There is nothing scarier than reaching out for help only to be silenced," Dressen told The Defender. "It was as scary as the vaccine reaction itself. "Our constitutional freedoms must be protected, regardless of whether or not we are in a national emergency," Dressen added. Dressen — who now experiences "permanent disability" with "ups and downs" — said she and the other plaintiffs are "not fighting this fight for a select few" but are fighting on behalf of the "tens of thousands who are experiencing the same kind of censorship."
Georgia Plan on Homelessness
Georgia’s law is modeled on the principles that states should not be “giving ‘free’ and permanent homes to the homeless without any mandate for treatment or sobriety,” that “camping on sidewalks and in public parks” should not be tolerated, and that homeless charities and other contributing organizations should only see funding based on their results, not their public activism.
Georgia’s new law on homelessness prevents localities from preventing the enforcement of ordinances on “unauthorized public camping, sleeping, or obstruction of sidewalks” and makes it clear that localities can offer diversion programs for homeless people “in lieu of citation or arrest.”
”California and Oregon have the highest and third-highest homelessness rates, respectively. California and Oregon also have the highest and fourth-highest percentages of homeless people who are unsheltered.
California’s homelessness situation is particularly galling. The Golden State has 12% of the country’s population, but 30% of the country’s homeless populationand 49% of the unsheltered homeless population.
While Georgia seeks to push homeless people into diversion and rehabilitation programs or face citations or arrests, California and Oregon have adopted the permissive model of allowing homeless people to fall further into drug addiction. Those states have even embraced “safe-injection sites,” encouraging homeless people to shoot up whenever they want as long as they are supervised. It has done nothing to slow the wave of drug overdose deaths in Portland or San Francisco. In fact, it has made both overdose deaths and homelessness worse.