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  • The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday in a significant case involving homeless individuals and bans on public sleeping.
  • The case will determine whether laws penalizing homeless people for camping on public property violate the Constitution.
  • Homelessness in the U.S. reached a record high in 2023, with 256,000 unsheltered individuals on a given night, driven partly by high housing costs and the end of COVID aid programs.
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The Supreme Court will decide whether the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives can regulate so-called “ghost gun” kits that can be assembled into a working firearm.

The Biden administration asked the justices to overturn a lower court decision that tossed out a rule meant to curb the kits, which allow a buyer to complete a gun that does not have a serial number to track and without a background check.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit held that the 2022 rule went beyond the scope of the Gun Control Act of 1968, which allowed ATF to consider a finished “frame or receiver” to be a firearm.

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have been researching nuclear war for more than 20 years focussing on its historical, strategic and geopolitical dimensions as well as its criminal features as a means to implementing what is best described as “genocide on a massive scale”.  

What is outlined in this video presentation is a brief history of nuclear war: a succession of U.S. nuclear war plans going back to the Manhattan Project (1939-1945) which was conducive to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945.

Unknown to the broader public, the U.S. War Department –in liaison with Oppenheimer’s Manhattan Project team at Los Alamos– formulated the first U.S. Doomsday Blueprint of a attack against 66 urban areas of the Soviet Union with an estimated 200 atomic bombs. 

This was confirmed by “Top Secret” documents released by the War Department on September 15, 1945 when the US and the Soviet Union were allies.  

Hiroshima and Nagasaki served as a “Dress Rehearsal”, as a means to formulate a  “Doomsday Blueprint” which consisted in “Wiping the Soviet Union off the Map”

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Japan has declared a national emergency over the explosion of cancer cases across the country caused by the mRNA vaccines. 

According to an official Japanese study, there has been “statistically significant” increases in aggressive forms of turbo cancers in the country in the period 2020-2022 since the introduction of mRNA vaccines. 

These turbo cancers include ovarian cancer, leukemia, prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer and breast cancer. 

Infowars.com reports: The study’s abstract explains the motivation for the study, which begins with the observation that significant increases in excess cancer deaths were observed after the first year of the pandemic. 

“No significant excess mortality was observed during the first year of the pandemic (2020). However, some excess cancer mortalities were observed in 2021 after mass vaccination with the first and second vaccine doses, and significant excess mortalities were observed for all cancers and some specific types of cancer (including ovarian cancer, leukemia, prostate cancer, lip/oral/pharyngeal cancer, pancreatic cancer, and breast cancer) after mass vaccination with the third dose in 2022,” the abstract explains.


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The people were right. The 2020 Election results in Georgia never should have been certified. The 2020 election in Georgia was stolen. It’s a fact.

Georgia’s Gabe Sterling who was involved in the certification of the stolen 2020 Election claimed that there were no issues with the Georgia election results. This was false and is false. Even Governor Kemp agreed that there were issues with the 2020 Election.

Georgia citizen Joe Rossi looked into the 2020 Election and the recounts after the election and he found numerous issues with the election results in Fulton County.

After the 2020 Election, a Risk Limiting Audit (RLA) was carried out by Georgia’s Secretary of State’s (SOS’s) Office that included numerous errors.

Thanks to the efforts of Georgian Joseph Rossi, thirty-six errors were found in the Fulton County data in the RLA report posted on Georgia’s Secretary of State’s website.

Rossi went after those in authority requesting that they review his data.  He was turned down and ignored numerous times.  But eventually after a series of events, Rossi was able to get his work showing numerous errors in front of members of Governor Kemp’s office.

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The unredacted evidence revealing collaboration between the Biden White House, Department of Justice, and National Archives and Records Administration sheds light on potential political interference in the Trump investigation. These revelations underscore the importance of judicial oversight and transparency in safeguarding the integrity of legal proceedings.

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For the first time in at least a billion years, two lifeforms have merged into a single organism.

The process, called primary endosymbiosis, has only happened twice in the history of the Earth, with the first time giving rise to all complex life as we know it through mitochondria. The second time that it happened saw the emergence of plants.

Now, an international team of scientists have observed the evolutionary event happening between a species of algae commonly found in the ocean and a bacterium.

“The first time we think it happened, it gave rise to all complex life,” said Tyler Coale, a postdoctoral researcher at University of California, Santa Cruz, who led the research on one of two recent studies that uncovered the phenomenon.

“Everything more complicated than a bacterial cell owes its existence to that event. A billion years ago or so, it happened again with the chloroplast, and that gave us plants.”

The process involves the algae engulfing the bacterium and providing it with nutrients, energy and protection in return for functions that it could not previously perform – in this instance, the ability to “fix” nitrogen from the air.

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Since the invention of the diesel internal combustion engine 127 years ago, engineers and scientists have strived to improve its thermal efficiency.

In a markable advancement, the first diesel engine in history with an intrinsic thermal efficiency of 53.09 percent was unveiled by Chinese firm Weichai Power.

The firm showcased its new technology at the 2024 World Congress on Internal Combustion Engines, which commenced in Tianjin, China.

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Opening statements were underway in President Trump’s ‘hush payment’ trial in New York City on Monday morning.

Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s top prosecutor lied during his opening statement and claimed Trump “orchestrated a criminal scheme to corrupt the 2016 presidential election” when he paid porn star Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about their alleged affair.

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Judge Arthur Engoron ruled Monday that Trump's $175 million bond in his New York fraud case using a California insurance company will be allowed to stand, as lawyer Alina Habba fumed that AG Letitia James thinks Trump's money 'isn't green enough.'

The critical decision rejecting a push by James' office to reject the bond followed an hour-long hearing that coincided with the start of Trump's criminal trial over the payoff to porn star Stormy Daniels.

Trump's nod from the civil court judge came on a day prosecutors were airing tawdry details of the 'hush' money payments to the porn star, where Trump reimbursed former fixer Michael Cohen for $130,000 in payments that got marked down as company legal expenses.

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