The Daily Populous

Thursday August 5th, 2021 morning edition

image for Capitol rioter who wanted to ‘hang’ Nancy Pelosi says she can’t be prosecuted because God gave her ‘dominion over the law’

“I am here by special divine appearance, a living soul,” she told a judge on June 11.

“Under Genesis 1, God gave man dominion over the law.”.

Reached for comment, Bauer’s court-appointed lawyer confirmed that she had been tapped as Bauer’s “stand-by” counsel, but declined to comment further.

She was set free after she verbally agreed to the court’s pretrial release conditions, which included turning over her guns to a relative.

The document was a family tree showing what she claims are ancestors born in Virginia and Pennsylvania before 1776.

As the Beast points out, even if the document was valid, it would have no bearing on U.S. law.

On Jan. 6, Bauer allegedly told a police officer that the crowd would retaliate if Pelosi and other lawmakers were not handed over. »

Mexico’s Quiet Return to Diplomatic Leadership

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Allende was one of the guests at the castle celebration alongside diplomatic and high-level officials of thirty-two Latin American countries — with the notable exception of Brazil.

Mexican diplomacy has always had to find a way to affirm its vocation among Latin American nations.

During the Cold War, Mexico joined the Non-Aligned Movement as an observer and maintained a Latin America-oriented foreign policy. »

Employers ‘named and shamed’ for paying less than minimum wage

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The UK government recently gave millions a pay rise, by increasing National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage rates in April 2021.

Minimum wage breaches can occur when workers are being paid on or just above the minimum wage rate, and then have deductions from their pay for uniform or accommodation.

Employers who pay workers less than the minimum wage have to pay back arrears of wages to the worker at current minimum wage rates. »

CVS will raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour

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New York (CNN Business) CVS will raise its minimum wage for hourly workers from $11 to $15 by next summer, becoming the latest large US chain to pledge a $15 starting rate as companies compete for workers in a tight labor market.

CVS will also increase starting rates for positions such as pharmacy technicians and call center representatives above $15.

Around 65% of CVS's hourly employees already make more than $15 an hour, the company said. »