Lawyers Sue To Keep Millions Of Foreign Workers In The U.S.
☆ A Transfer Of Immigration Authority To The Legislative Branch Of Government
Corporate immigration lawyers are asking a federal judge to take control of the immigration system from President Donald Trump and then suspend routine visa deadlines for at least two million foreign workers until after the coronavirus epidemic has passed.
☆ The Wisconsin Governor Can’t Delay In-person Primary Voting
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday issued a 5-4 ruling that Wisconsin cannot have extended absentee voting. The decision overturns a U.S. district judge’s ruling that added six days to absentee voting for the state. “Extending the date by which ballots may be cast by voters — not just received by the municipal clerks but cast by voters — for an additional six days after the scheduled election day fundamentally alters the nature of the election,” Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote for the majority…
☆ US Alphabet News Media Outlets Are Parroting Chinese State Propaganda
China has lured many countries into a debt trap through its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in recent years, and now there is a growing concern in Washington that Beijing could exploit the ongoing pandemic to further expand its geopolitical influence through predatory practices.
Let Them Eat Crickets! EU To Approve Insects For Human Consumption
☆ New Disgusting Policies From The European Food Safety Authority
The European Union will soon permit the sale of locusts, crickets, grasshoppers, and mealworms as food across the continent. The European Food Safety Authority is expected to announce the ruling within the next few weeks, granting bugs a “novel food” classification that would allow the mass production of bug-based food items by autumn.
Video purportedly out of a Chinese factory shows a worker using a handful of surgical face masks to wipe his shoes, as nations across the globe struggle to keep up with the coronavirus pandemic. The disturbing video, reported by Taiwan News, surfaced Monday as China has been accused by many countries of doling out defective pandemic supplies, including defective test kits and shoddy face masks. Now footage appears to show a factory worker laughing as he takes a handful of face masks evidently meant for coronavirus patients and rubbing his shoes with them.
There are few places in this nation safer from the coronavirus than seclusion in one’s vehicle. While driving, we are neither likely to contract the disease nor spread it to others. But in Pennsylvania, the spirit of caution has been replaced by authoritarianism and overt abuse of power as law enforcement officers have been ordered to ticket people simply for driving without an “essential” purpose. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) took great exception to news of this degree of enforcement.