Ethicist Recommends Drugging People With 'Morality Pills' in Water Supply to Make Them Wear Masks

Ethicist Recommends Drugging People With 'Morality Pills' in Water Supply to Make Them Wear Masks --'Moral enhancement' recommended to force people to wear masks | 21 Aug 2020 | Academic nonprofit The Conversation has published an opinion piece by ethicist Parker Crutchfield in which Crutchfield advocated for the compulsory use of "morality pills" to force people to comply with mask mandates. ...The bioethics professor goes on to bemoan the gall of citizens who refuse to comply with mask mandates, and recommends "moral enhancement," which he describes as “the use of substances to make you more moral." Crutchfield notes that people may refuse to take the so-called moral enhancement pills. The remedy to the latter problem, Crutchfield theorizes, "would be to make moral enhancement compulsory or administer it secretly, perhaps via the water supply." Crutchfield's moral enhancement strategy may not be as much of a "far-out proposal" as one may think at first glance. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts ruled this week that all students from six months old up to 30-year-old graduate students will be required to receive a flu vaccination by December 31, even though attending classes remotely through Zoom or online class models. Doctors have also recommended injecting lithium into the public water supply to combat record high rates of depression and suicide during the COVID-19 lockdowns.

Facebook Introducing 'Virality Circuit Breaker' to Prevent Spread of Viral Content - Report

Facebook Introducing 'Virality Circuit Breaker' to Prevent Spread of Viral Content - Report | 21 Aug 2020 | According to a recent report from the Interface newsletter by Verge reporter Casey Newton, Facebook is piloting a new program that will monitor viral posts that gain millions of views to ensure that they don't violate community deep-state standards. The Verge reporter Casey Newton reports in the newsletter the Interface that social media giant Facebook is developing a new program to fight viral misinformation on the platform. In the newsletter, Newton lists suggestions made by the Center for American Progress (CAP) to prevent the spread of certain content on the platform. Newton further states that Facebook said late on Thursday that it is already piloting a program that resembles the "Virality circuit breakers" suggestion from CAP. In a recent article in the New York Times, it was reported that Facebook is also working on ap political advertising "kill switch" to be activated if President Trump questions the legitimacy of presidential election results in November.

Biden says he'd be willing to shut country down to stop coronavirus if scientists recommended it

Insane in the membrane: Biden says he'd be willing to shut country down to stop coronavirus if scientists recommended it | 21 Aug 2020 | Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said in a Friday interview with ABC News that he would agree to shut down the country again if scientists recommended doing so to fight the coronavirus crisis. "I would shut it down; I would listen to the scientists," Biden said, appearing alongside vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris in their first joint interview as the Democratic Party's official nominees with ABC "World News Tonight" in an interview set to air Sunday. The unprecedented decision this spring to close businesses, schools, churches in order to fight the spread of coronavirus has had wide-reaching ramifications on the daily lives of Americans. President Trump has been pushing for schools, churches and businesses to reopen to get the economy moving again.

Trump Attempt to Sanction Iran Sparks Outrage, Sets Up Collision With Allies

Trump Attempt to Sanction Iran Sparks Outrage, Sets Up Collision With Allies | 21 Aug 2020 | Several countries expressed outrage Thursday at President Donald Trump's demand that the U.N. Security Council reimpose devastating sanctions against Iran for violating a 2015 nuclear agreement, even though the Trump administration walked away from the deal two years ago. Known as "snapback," the provisions within the original agreement allow for signatories to put back in place international sanctions against Iran if it were to violate the deal, as Trump told reporters Wednesday that Iran had. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo traveled to New York on Thursday to begin informing Security Council members that they must now impose all of the sanctions that were lifted as a part of the deal brokered by the Obama administration. The move sets the U.S. up for a collision with the other permanent members of the Security Council, as well as Germany.

Citing threats, Mayor Lori Lightfoot defends ban on protesters on her block: 'I have a right to make sure that my home is secure'

Citing threats, Mayor Lori Lightfoot defends ban on protesters on her block: 'I have a right to make sure that my home is secure' | 20 Aug 2020 | Mayor Lori Lightfoot defended the Chicago Police Department's ban on protesters being able to demonstrate on the block where she lives, telling reporters Thursday that she and her family at times require heightened security because of threats she receives daily. Lightfoot refused to elaborate on the specific threats, but said she receives them daily against herself, her wife and her home... Aside from the expanded police presence to block protesters from reaching her home, Lightfoot already receives 24/7 protection from cops including officers stationed at the residence. The aggressive policing has sometimes siphoned away resources from the area's police district, some sources with knowledge of the situation said, leading to quiet grumbling.

Gabbard says she 'was not invited to participate in any way' in Democratic convention

Gabbard says she 'was not invited to participate in any way' in Democratic convention | 21 Aug 2020 | Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) confirmed Thursday evening that she was not invited to speak at the Democratic National Convention after she did not appear in any programming for the event this week. "You're correct - I was not invited to participate in any way," Gabbard tweeted in response to a post noting her absence from the four-day confab. Gabbard, who ran for president before ultimately suspending her campaign, was one of seven contenders who earned delegates during the primary, though she was the only one not offered a speaking slot. [Right, that's because the deep-state neocons running the Democratic Convention couldn't allow the only candidate against the endless wars speak.]

Elderly man slashed while collecting cans in unprovoked NYC attack

Elderly man slashed while collecting cans in unprovoked NYC attack | 21 Aug 2020 | An elderly man was slashed in an unprovoked attack as he collected cans on a Bronx street this week, cops said. The 81-year-old man was at Brook Avenue and East 167th Street in Morrisania around 4:20 a.m. Wednesday when two men and a woman approached him, according to police. Without saying a word, one of the men slashed him on the right side of the face, causing a deep cut.

Joe Biden officially accepts Democratic nomination for president at DNC

Joe Biden officially accepts Democratic nomination for president at DNC | 20 Aug 2020 |Former Vice President Joe Biden formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for president on Thursday night, rising above a crowded field of candidates and defying the odds after pundits wrote-off his White House bid. Delivering the biggest speech of his political career on the final night of the Democratic National Convention, Biden, 77, promised to develop a more inclusive America and said the country had to choose what kind of nation it wanted to be. "If you trust me with the presidency, I will draw on the best of us, not the worst. I’ll be an ally of the light, not the darkness. It’s time for us, for we the people, to come together," he began, speaking from the convention center in Wilmington, Del.

Scott Morrison announces free COVID-19 vaccines for Australians, backtracks on 'mandatory' comments

Scott Morrison announces free COVID-19 vaccines for Australians, backtracks on 'mandatory' comments --Prime Minister Scott Morrison has backtracked on comments that a free COVID-19 vaccine would be 'as mandatory as possible' once it's available. | 21 Aug 2020 | Prime Minister Scott Morrison has backtracked on his [insane] comments that a COVID-19 vaccine will be as "mandatory as you can possibly make it" for all Australians once it becomes available. News.com.au revealed Wednesday that the Morrison Government confirmed a landmark agreement with drug giant AstraZeneca to manufacture [a promising coronavirus vaccine] However, he later backtracked on these comments, telling 2GB that the vaccine wouldn't be compulsory. "There's been a bit of an overreaction to any suggestion of this, there will be no compulsory vaccine," he said on Wednesday afternoon. "What we want to achieve is as much vaccination as we possibly can." It came after Industry, Science and Technology Minister Karen Andrews told 2GB that the Prime Minister had made it clear "we are looking at it being a mandatory vaccine".

Goodyear tumbles 6% after Trump tweets to boycott the company over MAGA hat ban

Goodyear tumbles 6% after Trump tweets to boycott the company over MAGA hat ban --Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. dropped as much as 6% on Wednesday after President Donald Trump told his 85 million Twitter followers to boycott Goodyear tires. | 20 Aug 2020 | President Donald Trump is no longer a fan of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., if a boycott tweet to his 85 million followers on Wednesday is any indication. At 10:33 a.m., Trump tweeted: "Don't buy GOODYEAR TIRES - They announced a BAN ON MAGA HATS. Get better tires for far less! (This is what the Radical Left Democrats do. Two can play the same game, and we have to start playing it now!)." One minute later, shares of Ohio-based Goodyear fell to an intraday low of $9.15, representing an intraday decline of 6%. The tweet seemed to be a reaction to an image shared on social media this week.

Trump vows to bring all US troops home from Iraq 'shortly'

Trump vows to bring all US troops home from Iraq 'shortly' | 20 Aug 2020 | President Trump on Thursday repeated his plan to withdraw all U.S. troops from Iraq "shortly" during a meeting with the county's new prime minister. "We were there, and now we're getting out. We’ll be leaving shortly," Trump told reporters at the White House. "We have been taking our troops out of Iraq fairly rapidly, and we look forward to the day when we don't have to be there." Trump -- who met with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi...would not give a timeline for a full withdrawal. Pressed on a timetable, Trump deferred to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who said U.S. forces would leave "as soon as we can complete the mission."

Portland Rioters Set Fire to County Building Full of COVID PPE; Top Cop Begs Them to Stop

Portland Rioters Set Fire to County Building Full of COVID PPE; Top Cop Begs Them to Stop | 19 Aug 2020 | On the day after Night 82 of The Portland Riots™ (looking for sponsors!), the new police chief is begging rioters to please stop because "the world is watching. We are on the national stage right now." ...On night 82 of the riots, police reported a marauding mob of "several hundred" rioters set fire to the Multnomah County Building just across the river from their previous favorite targets in downtown Portland. That’s where the county commission holds its meetings, social services are doled out, and executives with the sheriff’s office and other top executives have their offices. It also turns out that it's where the region's store of COVID-fighting personal protection equipment (PPE) is stored.

Please clap: DNC mocked for failing to find 30 people to cheer for Kamala Harris as duplicates spotted on live feed

Please clap: DNC mocked for failing to find 30 people to cheer for Kamala Harris as duplicates spotted on live feed | 20 Aug 2020 | When Kamala Harris was receiving applause at the end of her DNC speech, it became apparent that some of the virtual clappers seemed just to have been duplicated images of the same audience members, leading to a laugh riot online. The vice presidential nominee's address to the Democratic National Convention was supposed to be the grand finale of Wednesday's event as she accepted the much-hyped vice-presidential nomination. Because the gathering was virtual, due to Covid-19 safety measures, Harris was provided with an online video audience to applaud and underscore the speech's importance. Having delivered it, the senator turned around to clap along with her 30 supposed listeners, whose images were projected onto a giant screen in a grid. However, three of the virtual clappers appear to have been simply screen duplicates of other applauding viewers.

750 million genetically engineered mosquitoes approved for release in Florida Keys

Insane in the membrane: 750 million genetically engineered mosquitoes approved for release in Florida Keys | 20 Aug 2020 | A plan to release over 750 million genetically modified mosquitoes into the Florida Keys in 2021 and 2022 received final approval from local authorities, against the objection of many local residents and a coalition of environmental advocacy groups. The proposal had already won state and federal approval. "With all the urgent crises facing our nation and the State of Florida...the administration has used tax dollars and government resources for a Jurassic Park experiment," said Jaydee Hanson, policy director for the International Center for Technology Assessment and Center for Food Safety, in a statement released Wednesday... The mosquito, named OX5034, has been altered to produce female offspring that die in the larval stage, well before hatching and growing large enough to bite and spread disease. Only the female mosquito bites for blood, which she needs to mature her eggs. Males feed only on nectar, and are thus not a carrier for disease.The mosquito also won federal approval to be released into Harris County, Texas, beginning in 2021, according to Oxitec, the US-owned, British-based company that developed the genetically modified organism (GMO).

More than 300,000 acres burned in three days as resource-depleted Calif. battles blazes

More than 300,000 acres burned in three days as resource-depleted Calif. battles blazes --10,849 lightning strikes spark more than 367 fires | 20 Aug 2020 | In the grips of a rare summer weather pattern marked by blistering heat and violent thunderstorms, California has seen hundreds of wildfires sparked by lightning strikes [or, Directed Energy Weapons] erupt into monstrous conflagrations that are tearing through a parched landscape and swallowing homes. Cal Fire spokesperson Jeremy Rahn spoke to the extreme conditions at a Wednesday press briefing and said in the last three days the state experienced a "historic lightning siege" with 10,849 lightning strikes starting more than 367 fires in three days. In all, these fires have burned 300,000 acres, he said.

UC Santa Cruz, parts of Scotts Valley under evacuation warning

UC Santa Cruz, parts of Scotts Valley under evacuation warning | 20 Aug 2020 | ...Aug. 20, 3 p.m. Cal Fire issued new evacuation warnings at 1 p.m. for UC Santa Cruz, Paradise Park and parts of Scotts Valley west of Highway 17. "A warning requests residents be on alert for possible evacuations, but does not require further action at this time," Cal Fire says. Aug. 20, 1:40 p.m. Cal Fire issued a new mandatory evacuation order at 1 p.m. for the area of Zayante Canyon that includes all ZAY Zones (ZAY 1 - ZAY 17). See the evacuation map here and find the full order here. Aug. 20, 12:40 p.m. UC Santa Cruz shared in a statement that there's no fire activity on campus at this time, but suggested people on campus relocate in case of an evacuation.

Dow, S&P 500 end higher and Nasdaq books 35th record close in 2020 as tech buoys broader stock market

Dow, S&P 500 end higher and Nasdaq books 35th record close in 2020 as tech buoys broader stock market --The S&P 500 narrowly missed another record close this week by about 4 points | 20 Aug 2020 | U.S. stock-market benchmarks booked gains on Thursday and the Nasdaq closed at a record high, as investors rushed to large-capitalization technology and e-commerce shares for safety, after a pair of economic reports set off concerns about the broader U.S. economy's tenuous recovery from the coronavirus epidemic. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 46.85 points, or 0.2%, to end at 27,739.73, fending off a four-session losing streak. The S&P 500 rose by 10.66 points, or 0.3%, to close at 3,385.51. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 118.49 points, or 1.1%, to wrap up at 11,264.95, marking its 35th record of 2020.

Bannon, three others charged with defrauding donors of 'We Build The Wall' campaign

Bannon, three others charged with defrauding donors of 'We Build The Wall' campaign | 20 Aug 2020 | Former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon and three others were arrested and charged with defrauding hundreds of thousands of donors who contributed to a fundraising campaign for a private border wall, the U.S. attorney's office for the Southern District of New York said Thursday. Bannon, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato and Timothy Shea allegedly defrauded donors of the online crowdfunding campaign known as "We Build The Wall," which raised more than $25 million. The four defendants are expected to appear in court Thursday afternoon. The four men are facing charges including one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. Each charge carries a maximum prison sentence of 20 years.

Paterson, NJ, to hold new election in City Council race marred by voter fraud charges

Paterson, NJ, to hold new election in City Council race marred by voter fraud charges --Both the race's apparent winner and a sitting councilman were charged with voter fraud | 20 Aug 2020 | A judge has ruled that a new election will be held in November for a disputed Paterson City Council seat, just weeks after the race's apparent winner and a sitting councilman were charged with voter fraud. State Superior Court Judge Ernest Caposela issued his ruling Wednesday. Alex Mendez had won a special election on May 12 to fill the seat, but claims of voter fraud were soon raised. An investigation was then launched after the U.S. Postal Service's law enforcement arm told the state attorney general's office about hundreds of mail-in ballots located in a mailbox in Paterson, along with more found in nearby Haledon.

Michigan reaches over $500M settlement in Flint water crisis civil suits

Michigan reaches over $500M settlement in Flint water crisis civil suits | 19 Aug 2020 | The state of Michigan has reached a more than $500 million settlement that would put to rest lawsuits arising out of the Flint water crisis, two sources with knowledge of the agreement confirmed Wednesday. The sources weren't authorized to speak publicly on the matter, which is a significant development in a years-long legal fight that's garnered national attention. Details about the settlement arising out of the Flint lead-contaminated water crisis are expected to be spelled out Friday. The deal comes after several years of litigation in which Flint residents pursued damages from the state for the lead-contaminated water piped into many households.

Poll: Less than half of Americans say they'll get a coronavirus vaccine

Poll: Less than half of Americans say they'll get a coronavirus vaccine | 18 Aug 2020 | Less than half of American adults say they would get a government-approved [rushed, deadly] coronavirus vaccine if one becomes widely available, new data from the NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Tracking Poll show, with the majority unsure about getting the vaccine or saying they're ruling it out entirely. Forty-four percent of American adults say they would get the vaccine, with 22 percent saying they wouldn't and 32 percent saying they aren't sure... Among Republicans and those who lean Republican, 31 percent say they aren't sure whether they would get a vaccine, while 36 percent say they would and 33 percent say they wouldn't. While a majority of Democrats and those who lean Democratic -- 58 percent -- say they would get a vaccine, 30 percent say they're unsure and just 12 percent say they wouldn't get vaccinated. Independents align more closely with the Republican groups. Thirty-seven percent say they and their families would get vaccinated, 25 percent say they wouldn't and 38 percent say they aren't sure.

Obama tears into successor in withering convention speech, as Trump live-tweets rebuttal

Obama tears into successor in withering convention speech, as Trump live-tweets rebuttal | 19 Aug 2020 | Former President Barack Obama on Wednesday night launched a blistering attack on President Trump, his successor in the White House. Obama, delivering one of the marquee speeches on the third night of the Democratic National Convention as he made the case for Democratic nominee Joe Biden, didn’t hold back. He charged that during Trump's tenure, "he's shown no interest in putting in the work; no interest in finding common ground; no interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends" ...The current president was apparently watching his predecessor's speech, and hit back in real time. "HE SPIED ON MY CAMPAIGN, AND GOT CAUGHT," the president tweeted midway through Obama's speech.

Kamala Harris officially becomes the first Black woman to be a major party's vice presidential nominee

Kamala Harris officially becomes the first Black woman to be a major party's vice presidential nominee | 19 Aug 2020 | California Sen. Kamala Harris made history Wednesday night as the first Black and South Asian woman to accept a major party's vice presidential nomination, promising to be a champion for the voiceless and forgotten Americans who are struggling in the midst of a pandemic and an economic crisis. She introduced herself as the daughter of Indian and Jamaican immigrants who would strive to restore the principles of inclusivity after four years of divisiveness under Trump, citing the example of her mother who she said taught her daughters to "be conscious and compassionate about the struggles of all people" and to believe that "the fight for justice is a shared responsibility." Harris noted that was why she became a prosecutor who tried to reform the criminal justice system from within. Harris said she and former Vice President Joe Biden share "a vision of our nation as a beloved community -- where all are welcome, no matter what we look like, where we come from, or who we love."

Trump praises QAnon supporters: They 'love our country'

Trump praises QAnon supporters: They 'love our country' | 19 Aug 2020 | President Trump on Wednesday offered measured praise for followers of the QAnon theory, saying he's not very familiar with the movement but that he believes its subscribers "love our country." In his most extensive comments about the conspiracy theory to date, Trump repeatedly said he was not well versed in QAnon, but painted its supporters in a positive light. "I don't know much about the movement other than I understand they like me very much, which I appreciate. But I don't know much about the movement," he said at a press briefing... A reporter attempted to explain to the president that QAnon is a conspiracy [sic] theory that posits that Trump and his allies are working together to expose and arrest an underground cabal of global elites who control the government and run child sex trafficking rings. "Well, I haven't heard that, but is that supposed to be a bad thing or a good thing?" Trump replied. "If I can help save the world from problems, I'm willing to do it. I'm willing to put myself out there."

Professor threatens to punish students for pro-life, anti-BLM views

Professor threatens to punish students for pro-life, anti-BLM views --Iowa State told Campus Reform that the syllabus is "inconsistent" with its First Amendment policies. | 19 Aug 2020 | An English professor at Iowa State University instructed students in her class not to advocate against abortion or the Black Lives Matter movement in any of their writing assignments. According to Young America's Foundation, ISU English Professor Chloe Clark stated in her English 250 class syllabus that certain viewpoints are not allowed to be discussed in class or on any assignment. "GIANT WARNING: any instances of othering that you participate in intentionally (racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, [sic], sorophobia, transphobia, classism, mocking of mental health issues, body shaming, etc) in class are grounds for dismissal from the classroom," Clark's syllabus reportedly stated. She says that the same warning applies "for any papers/projects" as well, and tells students that any writing that goes against abortion, gay marriage, and Black Lives matter will not be allowed. "You cannot choose any topic that takes at its base that one side doesn't deserve the same basic human rights as you do (ie: no arguments against gay marriage, abortion, Black Lives Matter, etc). I take this seriously," the syllabus states. [Too bad this 'English professor' doesn't take grammar seriously.]

Democrats formally nominate Joe Biden for president in virtual roll call

Democrats formally nominate Joe Biden for president in virtual roll call --57 states and territories announced their DNC roll call votes virtually | 18 Aug 2020 | Former Vice President Joe Biden officially became the Democratic Party's 2020 presidential nominee Tuesday night after an unconventional roll call vote of party delegates conducted virtually from landmarks across the country. Once he amassed the votes, a camera appeared on Biden in Delaware, where after a brief pause, he celebrated the moment with his wife Jill and bundles of red, white and blue balloons as the family popped streamers...Instead of the traditional loud, celebratory tally of votes from the floor of the Democratic National Convention, this year thousands of delegates had to stay home because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus vaccine should be mandatory in Australia - PM

Coronavirus vaccine should be mandatory in Australia - PM | 18 Aug 2020 | Australia should make any [rushed, deadly] coronavirus vaccine compulsory for its 25 million citizens bar medical exemptions, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Wednesday, wading into a heated ethical debate. After reaching a deal for the country to manufacture a "promising" vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University, Morrison said getting the jab should be "as mandatory as you can possibly make it". "There are always exemptions for any vaccine on medical grounds, but that should be the only basis," he told radio station 3AW in Melbourne. [*We'll take your shot after you take ours.*]

Shipments of nearly 20,000 fake driver's licenses seized at Chicago airport

Shipments of nearly 20,000 fake driver's licenses seized at Chicago airport | 08 Aug 2020 | Advances in technology may have made counterfeiting more difficult but crooks keep finding a way to stay in business. In fact, federal customs officers have seized 1,513 shipments from overseas containing fraudulent documents--19,888 counterfeit U.S. driver's licenses--just at Chicago O'Hare International Airport this year through the end of June. Most of the shipments came from Hong Kong and mainland China, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Other shipments came from South Korea and the U.K.

California gun control law banning high-capacity magazines struck down by 9th Circuit

California gun control law banning high-capacity magazines struck down by 9th Circuit | 14 Aug 2020 | In a blow to one of Gov. Gavin Newsom's signature gun-control laws, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday overturned California's ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines. "Even well-intentioned laws must pass constitutional muster,” appellate Judge Kenneth Lee wrote on behalf of two of the three judges on the panel. "California's near-categorical ban of (large-capacity magazines) strikes at the core of the Second Amendment, the right to armed self-defense. Armed self-defense is a fundamental right rooted in tradition and the text of the Second Amendment."

'Social distance ambassadors' to monitor players at US Open

'Social distance ambassadors' to monitor players at US Open | 18 Aug 2020 | Forty "social distance ambassadors" will monitor the U.S. Open grounds to make sure players and others are avoiding close contact and wearing face coverings -- the U.S. Tennis Association bought 500,000 masks to distribute -- as part of efforts to avoid a coronavirus outbreak during the fan-free Grand Slam tournament. Among the elements of the USTA's plan, described to the AP by Billie Jean King National Tennis Center chief operating officer Danny Zausner: Similar to the on-site ambassadors, who will be split into two shifts of 20, monitors at the hotels will make sure people don’t leave their rooms for 24 hours after an initial COVID-19 test. "If they come down for whatever reason -- because they're young -- a security person is there to say, 'Excuse me. You need to be upstairs,' and send them back up to their room," Zausner said.

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