It ruled that everyone has a right to work without being forced to pay off union bosses for the right to keep their job.

Submitted by John Velisek All News PipeLinehttps://allnewspipeline.com/With_The_Devil_Down_In_Georgia.php Raphael Warnock In 2016, Warnock criticized white evangelical Christians and Catholics for giving support to our President. Warnock also called President Trump a fascist, a racist, and a xenophobe. In the same footsteps of the Reverend Al Sharpton,…

Seattle Housing Activists Occupy Hotel, Demand City Pays Bill With Money From Police Budget

A group of Seattle activists who had “occupied” a Travelodge since Christmas Eve, demanding that the city of Seattle pay the bill, were booted from the hotel on Wednesday after the hotel’s owner begged police for assistance. The group, Tacoma Housing Now, moved a group…

Oregon mayor calls for small businesses to defy governor and open on New Year’s Day

The mayor of Sandy, Oregon, is calling on small businesses in his state to open on New Year’s Day in defiance of Democratic Gov. Kate Brown’s coronavirus restrictions, while still observing rules for social distancing and COVID-19 spread reduction. In an open letter to the governor sent earlier…

How Diamonds Can Help Power Electric Vehicles

By MINING.com Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the US published a study in Applied Physics Letters where they present the idea of using diamonds as ultra-wide bandgap semiconductors to more effectively power the electrical grid, locomotives and even electric cars. In their paper, the researchers said that…

Apple’s longtime supplier accused of using forced labor in China

One of the oldest and most well-known iPhone suppliers has been accused of using forced Muslim labor in its factories, according to documents uncovered by a human rights group, adding new scrutiny to Apple’s human rights record in China. The documents, discovered by the Tech…

Coca-Cola in a statement said it “strictly prohibits any type of forced labor in our supply chain” and monitors its suppliers.

The company also said its facility in Xinjiang that supplies sugar to a local bottling facility that has been linked to allegations of forced labor “successfully completed an audit in 2019.” Greg Rossiter, director of global communications at Nike, said it “did not lobby against”…