September 15, 2023

The recent decision by New Mexico’s governor to ban guns in her state stirred up immediate backlash and a slew of lawsuits. All the while a new study finds US school shootings hit another record high; The European Central Bank (ECB) President Christine Lagarde voiced a perspective that alarms American economists and doesn’t surprise the rest of the world; Constitutional academics see a revolution happening among conservatives trying to rewrite the basic understandings of the roots of US law — a first step in dismantling our democracy?; NASA released their much-awaited UFO report. All in all, it was a big bust and highlights how an agency once known for its ground-breaking accomplishments has been reduced to being chronically behind the curve, a dutiful mouthpiece for the Pentagon and intent to continue a historical campaign of denial over the existence of UAPs. No wonder whistleblowers are streaming out of the woodwork to tell their truth; and Mexico is known for its random killings of anyone who walks down the street, especially transgender women. Now, a special place is inaugurated in Mexico City to remember these women. Go beyond the headlines…

U.S. school shootings hit another annual record high

ECB president Christine Lagarde sounds the death knell for the dollar and predicts the end of the world economy as we know it

A constitutional revolution is underway at the Supreme Court, as the conservative supermajority rewrites basic understandings of the roots of US law

The Best and Worst Cities for Inflation in America

Living in a disadvantaged neighborhood affects food choices, weight gain and the microstructure of the brain: Study

New NASA report lays out roadmap for studying UFOs

We’ve Been Misreading a Major Law of Physics For The Past 300 Years

Playful new app lets you ‘sling’ quick photos to friends

A mausoleum for transgender women is inaugurated in Mexico’s capital as killings continue

Colombia deadliest country for environmentalists – report

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