11 July 2024

With Chevron reversal, Supreme Court paves way for a ‘legal earthquake’
Four days after the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Loper Bright Enterprises vs. Raimondo, overturning the 40-year-old precedent known as the Chevron deference, the justices announced they would be sending nine cases back to lower courts in light of their ruling.

Macron wanted to leave his mark on Europe — he may have just ruined his legacy
French President Emmanuel Macron’s failed snap election gamble is likely to take a huge toll on his political ambitions and legacy, analysts say. It’s also likely to weaken the power and influence he has sought to build in Europe in recent years.

‘Sheriff Joe’ sues Biden for wrongly calling him this other F-word
Joe Arpaio, who for years was known as “America’s toughest sheriff” for having the inmates in his Maricopa, Arizona, County jails do community betterment projects while behind bars, is suing Joe Biden for falsely characterizing him as a convicted “felon.” The case is being handled by Larry Klayman in the Circuit Court of the 13th Judicial Circuit in Hillsborough County, Florida. The false characterization came in an ad that Biden’s campaign for the White House created and released to the public.

Solar storm threat rises as massive sunspot set for face off with Earth
There is a strong likely hood of another eruption that is set to blast the Earth. Solar storms have quite a destructive power when it comes to anything that runs on electricity.

Chief of Staff: IDF is not stagnating or standing still in pressuring Hamas
We apply military pressure in various ways. What we are doing in Rafah is different from what you are doing here, and what you are doing here is different from what is happening right now in Shejaiya or in the mission along the corridor or in the security area along the border.”

Satanists in Florida offer to fill school counselor roles after DeSantis law
Florida Satanists are volunteering to fill school counselor roles after Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) signed a law allowing religious chaplains into public schools amid staffing shortages. “Nothing in the text of the bill serves to exclude us, and no credible interpretation of the First Amendment could. Should a school district now choose to have chaplains, they should expect Satanists to participate as well,” Lucien Greaves, cofounder and spokesperson for The Satanic Temple, said

‘Christian Palestinianism’ And The Bondage Of Bad Theology
The CATC conference director is Reverend Dr. Munther Isaac. Yes, the same Palestinian Christian leader who was hosted by Tucker Carlson in early April. It was easily observed in the interview that the Bethlehem resident failed to condemn the Hamas terrorist organization for the atrocities of Oct. 7, and while he lives under the Islamic-influenced Palestinian Authority, he solely blamed Israel for the suffering of his people. He even expressed dismay at the lack of support Palestinian Christians receive from “Christian siblings” around the world. Isaac’s shock and rebuke of the church is based on a false dichotomy.

Mossad chief lands in Qatar for hostage talks as IDF ramps up Gaza operations
‘Negotiations will be complex and will take several weeks,’ sources say as army drops leaflets over Gaza City urging on civilians to evacuate immediately; ‘Gaza City will be a dangerous combat zone’
the talks will attempt to narrow the gaps on issues still in dispute between Israel and Hamas. According to sources familiar with the content of the talks, “the negotiations will be complex and will take several weeks.”

Frustrations mount in the Houston heat after Beryl moves on and leaves millions without power
Frustration is mounting that Houston appeared to buckle under a storm not as powerful as previous ones

Las Vegas eyes record of fifth consecutive day over 115 degrees as heat wave continues to scorch US
Used to shrugging off the heat, Las Vegas residents are now eyeing the thermometer as the desert city is on track Wednesday to set a record for the most consecutive days over 115 degrees Fahrenheit (46.1 Celsius) amid a lingering hot spell that will continue scorching much of the U.S. into the weekend. Even by desert standards, the prolonged baking that Nevada’s largest city is experiencing is nearly unprecedented. “This is the most extreme heat wave in the history of record-keeping in Las Vegas since 1937,”

Brain-imaging study reveals curiosity as it emerges
You look up into the clear blue sky and see something you can’t quite identify. Is it a balloon? A plane? A UFO? You’re curious, right? A research team based at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute has for the first time witnessed what is happening in the human brain when feelings of curiosity like this arise.

Russian missile attacks kill at least 41, hit children’s hospital, Ukraine says
Russia blasted the main children’s hospital in Kyiv with a missile in broad daylight on Monday and rained missiles down on other cities across Ukraine, killing at least 41 civilians in the deadliest wave of air strikes for months. Missiles damaged infrastructure, commercial and residential buildings

Most of Houston Lost Power as Hurricane Beryl Delivered Latest Blow
Much of Houston remained without power in Tropical Storm Beryl’s wake, and authorities warned the blackout could last days even as heat builds across the battered region.

Hurricane “Beryl” leaves 12 people dead in the United States, 16 across the Caribbean 
At least 12 people have been killed, and millions were left without power in the United States after Category 1 Hurricane “Beryl” made landfall near Matagorda in Texas on July 8. This brought the total death toll caused by the system to 28 as of July 10.

South Korea hit by most intense downpour in 200 years 
Extremely heavy rains hit South Korea on July 9 and 10, claiming 4 lives and forcing thousands to evacuate for safety. The rains caused multiple flights and trains to be delayed and caused severe damage to infrastructure all over South Korea.

Record rains hit Nepal’s Kanchanpur 
Kanchanpur district in Nepal experienced severe flooding after record-breaking rains on July 8. This was the heaviest rainfall for the region in the past 78 years, with some regions crossing the 600 mm (23.62 inch) mark. The flooding caused 4 deaths, and 1 person was reported missing.

Texas Supreme Court backs Christian judge’s right to refuse to officiate same-sex ‘weddings’ 
The Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Christian judge who has refused to officiate over same-sex “weddings,” which she holds as contrary to her faith.

Strong and shallow M6.7 earthquake hits south of Africa 
A strong and shallow earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.7 hit south of Africa at 04:55 UTC on July 10. The agency is reporting a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). EMSC is reporting the same magnitude and depth.

China’s Sinovac and Sinopharm Covid vaccines are not safe 
There is an unsubstantiated claim that non-mRNA Covid-19 vaccines are relatively “safe and effective.” However, incidents of sudden deaths among young healthy people vaccinated with China’s Covid vaccines suggest otherwise.

Director of National Intelligence: “Iran Paid Anti-Israel Protesters in America”
Anti-Israel protestors have infected many levels of American society since the October 7 Hamas terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians. Pro-Hamas agitators have disrupted college campuses across the country, beaten up Jews in California, taken over subways in New York, and ordered that any Jews present “identify themselves,“ indoctrinated school children, and so much more.

Sacramento City Attorney Threatens Target with Criminal Charges if They Continue to Call Police For Theft Incidents
Meanwhile, in the Democrat hellhole of California… the Sacramento City Attorney’s office threatened Target with public nuisance criminal charges and fines if they continued to call the police for theft incidents, The Sacramento Bee reported.

A Time of Famine, and a Time of War…
The tremendous suffering that we are seeing all over the world right now is only just the beginning.  As I have documented repeatedly, we are in the midst of the worst global food crisis in modern history, and we haven’t seen this many countries engaged in military conflict since World War II.  In other words, this is a time of famine, and it is a time of war.

Research Breakthrough Produces ‘Inexpensive, Clean, Fast-Charging’ Batteries
Scientists have created the world’s first anode-free sodium solid-state battery that they say is cheaper than the dominant lithium batteries.

Chinese Student Pleads Guilty to Using Drone to Photograph US Naval Shipyards
A Chinese student plead guilty to two misdemeanors under the Espionage Act for using a drone to take photos of naval shipyards in Virginia.

All of your stocks and bonds can be taken with total legal certainty in the next financial collapse
In the interview below, former hedge fund manager and investment banker David Rogers Webb explains the legal structures put in place to achieve the goal of us to “own nothing and be happy.” Webb calls this endgame ‘The Great Taking’.

Labour unilaterally overturns restrictions on onshore wind turbines
…The hypocrisy from Labour hasn’t stopped.  On Monday, in a bid to save the planet from “climate change,” they overturned restrictions placed on onshore wind farms that were designed to consider the public’s very real concerns regarding the negative impact of wind turbines on the environment, wildlife and local communities.  The only winners in Labour’s scheme are businesses that stand to profit from ineffective, costly and environmentally destructive wind energy.

Paris prosecutor opens probe into Le Pen’s 2022 campaign financing
The Paris prosecutor’s office said on Tuesday it had launched a preliminary probe into allegations of illegal financing of far right National Rally (RN) leader Marine Le Pen’s campaign for the 2022 presidential race, which she lost to Emmanuel Macron.