This week focuses on select local news and events in Humboldt County and throughout the rest of California that were reported around the third week of February 2023.
Disagreement vs Hate
This episode begins by looking at a highly relevant opinion piece by Liberty Lady, discussing how the government and media deceive the people into thinking they hate each other when they simply disagree. Liberty Lady reminds us that we don’t actually hate each other, suggesting that instead it is more often than not the result of psychological warfare designed with the purpose of dividing and distracting you and your fellow citizens.
Also discussed in this episode are some stories relating to local infrastructure, one being the roads impacted by snow. Additionally, we discuss our electrical grid’s planned improvements and the financial aspects involved in preparing it for the woke EVpocalypse. PG&E takes center stage on this issue, proposing even further increases on costs to all utilities throughout the state. Justifying the action through the need for replacing existing grid assets and building new assets that conform to state plans set in place by legislation.
We look at Lumberjack Days celebrations, which will be occurring at Cal Poly Humboldt (formerly HSU), with significant changes to how the celebration has traditionally taken place. We also go over a story about the recent ban within Eureka city limits on new digital billboards. In state news, we look at new monetary assistance programs that are rolling out to qualified California across the state. Also discussed: a strange recent near total shutdown of digital services provided by TriCounties Bank in the Sacramento area.
The firing of a police chief in Oakland is a scandal that we look at in this episode. Also the allegedly sexist comments by Humboldt County Board Supervisors very own Rex Bohn. Within this topic we look at a local news piece that actually shines light and asks questions about the train derailment disaster in Ohio and a recent story out of Chico about a school keeping secrets from a parent and the resulting lawsuit.
We look at a couple of stories generated from the sheriff’s department aggregated content on the LCP news site. Additionally, we looked at a report of violent crimes committed by family members together and a structure fire. We also examine a couple stories involving missing persons who were discovered deceased in the wilds of Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, one of which was a young male found at the beach near Trinidad and the other a 70-year-old female mushroom hunter near Gasket.
This week’s headlines include a shelter crisis for homeless people in Del Norte County. Also a recap on the Cal Poly housing catastrophe from last episode, noting that the University eventually caved to some student demands. Another story discusses the question of how State funds are used in addressing homelessness and the housing crisis. Last we review a video of a local private sector social engagement group, who contacts and attempts to provide homeless individuals with information on how to access local resources.
We will take a close look at each event to understand how it affects our community, also weighing in with some different perspectives in which these circumstances might be interpreted.
Reading Between the Headlines 6 National
Reading Between the Headlines 6 National focuses on select National news and events, in and throughout the United States of America that were reported around the third week of February 2023.
Patriot 4 the Republic Vol.2 is an opinion piece on the Lost Coast Populist website. The article reviews important philosophers of ancient Greece and Rome, drawing parallels vetween that distant past and America’s present situation.
Alps in this sixth episode of “Reading Between the Headlines,” we take a look at some of the biggest news stories in Hollywood this week. From Roseanne signing a three-year $40 million deal to Saturday Night Live suing Alec Baldwin, to Steven Baldwin’s history as pro-Trump. Also Will Ferrell’s EV commercial flop and the Weeknd’s Show broadcasting text reading Satan across the jumbotron. It’s been an eventful week! So join us as we read between the headlines and find out what’s really going on in National Hollyweird.
We will take a look at how national woke media is impacting our lives. We will review Don Lemon’s absence from CNN Mornings, following sexist comments. Also Veritas’ Exec Director Releases Statement on James O’Keefe. Additionally, we will examine how broadcasters are using their platforms to spread false information about young people’s coronary health.
Say It Ain’t So
Episode 6 of Reading Between the Headlines explores some of the biggest news stories from around the country like Seattle schools consolidating to save money after a record drop in enrollment. We look at dozens of trains that have derailed across the US and what could be causing these accidents. We discuss an incident where a reporter was arrested while reporting on a train derailment in Ohio, as well as NYC putting Teachers on an FBI watchlist. Join us as we delve into these stories and explore what is really happening beneath the headlines.
In Episode 6 of Reading Between the Headlines, we take a deep dive into the biggest news stories from around the country such as: recent news of Joe Biden shooting a hobby balloon, Pelosi’s daughter being accused of being a J6 sympathizer and Fetterman hearing voices in his head and checking into a mental healthcare facility.
We will analyze a video of Hunter Biden weighing crack cocaine and look at what it means for our national discourse. We will also discuss how these stories are indicative of larger issues that our nation is facing today. From the implications of Biden’s actions of ignoring the train derailment in Ohio, to footage of conservative media personality Benny Johnson handing out cash to train derailment victims. Join us as we examine these stories and explore what is really happening beneath the headlines.
Reading Between the Headlines 6 Global
Reading Between the Headlines 6 Global focuses on select international news and events, in and throughout the world that were reported throughout or close to the third week of February 2023.
Episode 6 of the podcast series delves into global monetary madness. Touching on a range of topics including Kraken halting asset staking, Etherium dropping by 37% on crypto exchanges and Stanford Dean being SBF bond holder. Also the SEC SBF case being postponed. Listeners will get an in-depth analysis of these recent events and their implications for the future of cryptocurrency and global economy.
Robopocalypse Tech Watch
In this episode of Reading Between the Headlines, we explore the global robopocalypse. We’ll look at how a Palestinian video simulates kills Israeli soldiers. Dead Bird Ghoul Drones, Shape-Shifting Robots, and Bing Chatbot Talking dirty plots revenge. We’ll also discuss an Al haunting poem and how it could be used to create a dystopian future. Join us as we discuss these topics and Bill Gate’s Al To Combat Misinformation in this Reading Between the Headlines episode!
Look what’s that over there
In this section we will explore 8 signals from space that have sparked alien hysteria, how Edward Snowden believes it is all merely a distraction and why a U.S. fighter jet shot down a weather balloon. We will also discuss hysterical reports claiming a growing threat of climate change and how it affects us all. Join us as we investigate these stories and more!
Those Rotten Bastards
In this episode of Reading Between the Headlines, we will be discussing the recent news related to Hillary Clinton’s cash ban, Tulsi Gabbard’s attendance at the World Economic Forum, Soros’ Obama BioLab and a new ‘Bird Flu’ scare, also China and Germany joining forces with Russia and Seymor Hersh.
We will be exploring how these events are connected to each other and what implications they have on a global scale. We will also look into how these developments can affect our lives and how we should react to them. Join us as we read between the headlines in this episode of Reading Between the Headlines!
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