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The city has set a new Friday deadline for unvaccinated school workers to get their first dose after a federal appeals court lifted an injunction that temporarily blocked the mandate. The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted an injunction last week that had stymied the city’s plan to enforce a vaccination deadline... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Madness continues.
Biden condemned Border Patrol agents on horseback for having “strapped” Haiti migrants at Del Rio, and declaring that they “will pay” for their “horrible” and “outrageous” behavior. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden made a major offense and degradation.
"It's going to cost nothing,” Biden said of the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion spending binge, which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is scrambling to pass this week. New York Post
VOA VIEW: A false promise.
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Over the past year, the left-leaning media have peddled the narrative that an emotional constellation of “white resentment,” “white fragility,” “white rage” and “white fear” drives opposition to critical race theory in America’s public schools. Now NBC News claims it can prove it. In a long story featuring analysis of demographic data, NBC News reporter Tyler Kingkade and data editor... New York Post
VOA VIEW: CRT must be ousted.
A CNN insider confirmed Melanie Buck went to CNN boss Jeff Zucker and asked to be taken off Cuomo's show and moved to another department, which he agreed to. New York Post
VOA VIEW: The brothers may both be out.
Donald Trump is scheduled to give video testimony next month in the case alleging that his staff assaulted protesters outside of Trump Tower in 2015. New York Post
Senate Republicans opposed legislation to avert a government shutdown and prevent a debt default at a critical moment for Democrats’ domestic agenda. New York Times
Congress wants the government to turn to the private sector to augment the capabilities of highly classified spy satellites. New York Times
Robert S. Kaplan will exit his role as head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas next month. Eric S. Rosengren, the head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, is also retiring earlier than planned. New York Times
VOA VIEW: They should go to jail.
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Many of the Haitian migrants who recently entered Texas had taken refuge for years in Chile. Some said they faced increasing joblessness, poverty and hostility there. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Haitians failed in Chile and Biden will allow them to hurt the US.
Over a hundred people reported seeing a fireball rip through the sky on the East Coast, but one home camera captured the phenomenon.
Many in the establishment would use Democrats' razor-thin election victory as a reason to avoid bold reforms. That is a dangerous narrative.
VOA VIEW: The liberals and progressives must be ousted in 2022.
Lawmakers will get their long-awaited chance Tuesday to grill Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark A. Milley for the first time since the disastrous U.S. exit from Afghanistan, with key senators in both parties signaling that the two men will face a steady stream ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: It will be tough on the right and softballs by Dems.
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Pfizer on Monday announced the launch of a large trial to test its investigational oral antiviral drug to prevent COVID-19 infection. The trial will give participants the treatment, PF-07321332, paired with another medication to see if it prevents COVID-19 infection. The mid-to-late-stage study aims to enroll up to 2,660 healthy ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Let's see what can happen.
A Texas justice of the peace is asking the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit to permanently allow the voluntary prayer sessions that begin his court's proceedings, according to an appeal filed last week. Judge Wayne Mack of Conroe, Texas, wants the appellate judges to overturn a lower ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: What is wrong with prayer?
The Pentagon has revised rules that will make it easier for political appointees and congressional staffers to gain access to the Defense Department's most secret programs, raising concerns among security officials. Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks issued a memorandum to senior Pentagon officials on Sept. 20 stating that filling out ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Who can be trusted is the big question?
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John Hinckley Jr., who shot and wounded former President Ronald Reagan in 1981, was granted unconditional release. ABC
VOA VIEW: What are the liberal fools thinking.?
The Biden administration is renewing efforts to shield hundreds of thousands of immigrants who came to the United States as young children from deportation, the latest maneuver in a long-running drama over the policy’s legality ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden has gone to the extreme.
Lawmakers are calling on Facebook to completely abandon the project. ABC
VOA VIEW: Facebook cannot be trusted.
The Senate will vote on a measure aimed at averting a government shutdown and raising the federal debt limit Monday evening, but Republicans have promised to block it. ABC
VOA VIEW: Republicans must stop the madness.
President Joe Biden received his COVID-19 booster shot on Monday afternoon and delivered remarks encouraging vaccinations. ABC
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Dallas Fed President Kaplan became the second regional central bank leader to resign Monday, saying he was stepping down after a controversy over stock trades. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Going to jail would be better.
Democrats are scrambling to find a way to prevent a government shutdown and a default on U.S. debt. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The Dems must be stopped.
Manufacturing plants that were planned last year will likely start producing chips in the coming months, helping to alleviate shortages for PC parts. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.
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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell cautioned Washington legislators that the causes of the recent rise in inflation may last longer than anticipated. CNBC
The urgency between the U.S. and European Union to cooperate on trade and tech broadcasts Western ambition to ante up for competition with China. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The US and EU must prevail over China.
The settlement is the latest regulatory matter resolved under Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A settlement is a form of guilt.
Pelosi also said the $3.5 billion reconciliation bill may end up being smaller than expected. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The idea is wishful thinking.
U.S. Treasury yields rose on Monday, with investors looking ahead to scheduled appearances from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell later in the week. CNBC
The pandemic-related reprieve for tax-filing obligations that some states offered for 2020 are going away, which means your 2021 return may be more complicated. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Complicated and more taxes will be paid.
The Senior Citizens League, a nonpartisan advocacy group for older Americans, started a petition to get another round of stimulus for retirees. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The government is not a free money machine.
"Once adults are able to vaccinate their kids, the anxiety about getting a breakthrough infection" will start to ease, the former FDA chief said. CNBC
The United States experienced a nearly 30% jump in homicides in 2020 compared to the previous year, according to FBI figures released Monday, which made for the largest single-year increase in killings since the FBI began tracking crimes. FOX News
As Philadelphia surpassed 400 homicides so far this year, one city councilmember is calling for more police officers and more funding in the Democrat-controlled city riddled with gun violence. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Dems are destroying the US.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law Monday permanently extending a practice requiring election officials to send mail ballots to all eligible voters for every election. UPI
VOA VIEW: Madness that must be stopped.
Hurricane Sam weakened slightly Monday but remained a major storm and was expected to further strengthen, forecasters said. UPI
The Israeli health ministry announced on Monday that those who have recovered from COVID-19 must get a single shot of a vaccine to receive a Green Pass, a document that allows them to attend events and enter businesses. UPI
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Hunter and Joe Biden are dirty and the US is in a security threat. New e-mails on Hunter Biden make it obvious yet again that his career has always been about selling influence with his dad, now-President Joe Biden. These e-mails don’t come from Hunter’s infamous laptop, yet most of the media will still ignore them in their determination to just not look at the mass of corruption that has surrounded our current president his entire career.
Published by Insider last week, the messages concern Hunter’s pitch to Sheikh Mohammed al-Rahbani to help him with billions in Libyan funds frozen by the US government: For sale is an in with then-Veep Joe Biden, as well as then-Secretary of State John Kerry (the stepdad of Hunter’s partner Chris Heinz) and Chinese insiders Hunter had grown close to by selling the same access to them. In a 2015 e-mail, fellow Democratic donor Sam Jauhari tells al-Rahbani the pros and cons of paying Hunter a $2 million retainer for his services.
“His positives are he is Chairman of UN World Food Program, son of #2 [the veep] who has Libya file, access to State, Treasury, business partner SofS [Secretary of State] J. [John] Forbes K [Kerry] son and since he travels with dad he is connected everywhere in Europe and Asia where M. Q. [Muammar Qaddafi] and LIA [Libya Investment Authority] had money frozen. He said he has access to highest level in PRC [China], he can help there.” The “negatives” include Hunter being an “alcoholic, drug addict” who “constantly needs money . . . and many more headaches.” In other words, he’s a guy no one would hire except for his influence as Joe’s son.