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Conservatives may still end up unhappy with a court they now control. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Conservatives must stand up.
The World Health Organization was accused of pandering to China after announcing Friday that the latest COVID-19 variant has been named “omicron” after the 15th letter of the Greek alphabet, skipping the letters “nu” and “xi.” The English spelling of the Chinese president’s name is Xi Jinping, and while his ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: WHO is pro China, period.
The Republican field of candidates aiming to capture Pennsylvania's open U.S. Senate seat in next year's election is churning anew, with the candidate endorsed by former President Donald Trump out and intriguing new candidates possibly in. Out is Sean Parnell - a favorite of Donald Trump ... Washington Times
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"When you have a virus like this, it almost invariably is ultimately going to go essentially all over," Fauci said. CBS
VOA VIEW: Fauci is an idiot.
The theft resembles other mass robberies recently seen across the country. CBS
VOA VIEW: Law and Order must be protected.
Pandemic-era labor shortages are giving workers more leverage as they seek better pay and benefits. Union workers are among those demanding change. Mark Strassmann has more. CBS
VOA VIEW: The union will hopefully lose the battle.
The pandemic doesn't seem to be slowing down Black Friday shoppers, who are expected to shop online and in stores at a massive scale. Meg Oliver takes a look. CBS
Traffic at retail stores on Black Friday dropped 28.3% compared with 2019 levels, according to preliminary data from Sensormatic Solutions. CNBC
Pfizer and BioNTech said they expect more data from lab tests in two weeks at the latest. CNBC
VOA VIEW: No one knows the real truth.
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This year's Small Business Saturday comes at a crucial time for many small businesses in the U.S., as many are still recovering from widespread shutdowns at the height of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. CNBC
The Apple glasses will have more computing power than its rivals, according to top analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden descended on the island of Nantucket this week looking to preserve the sense of normalcy that the nation was so looking forward to over this holiday season. CNN
A moderate House Republican is firing off a warning shot at House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy as he caters to his right flank in a quest for the speaker's gavel. CNN
VOA VIEW: Mainly weak Republicans.
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A security guard has died after he was shot while he protected a San Francisco Bay Area television news crew covering a smash-and-grab theft, part of a rash of organized retail crime in the region. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The madness is growing all over the US.
BlackRock's investments in China draw scrutiny from consumers rights group FOX News
VOA VIEW: The left will not prevail.
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Thieves in California and Minnesota continued to target retailers with swarms of masked people making off with merchandise during the holiday weekend, police said Saturday. UPI
VOA VIEW: The craziness goes on and on.
A delegation of five U.S. lawmakers visited Taiwan on a two-day trip to meet with the island's leaders despite calls from the Chinese government to cancel the trip. UPI
VOA VIEW: China must be stopped.
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An Indiana school administrator who went viral for explaining how critical race theory is covertly taught in schools — like “social snake oil schemes” — says he’s now been placed on leave, had his email access cut and is banned from entering school buildings. CRT must be prohibited in all schools.
Tony Kinnett, who works as a science coordinator for the Indianapolis Public Schools, posted a video on Twitter earlier this month accusing the school system of lying about CRT being taught in its schools. In the clip, which has now been viewed more than 500,000 times, he claims school administrators use “misdirection” to throw off concerned parents. Kinnett told The Post Thursday that he has been on leave with pay since he posted the video on Nov. 4.
He said HR had warned him twice since then that he would have to “part ways” with the district if he continued to act as a “whistleblower,” and that staff have “clinical anxiety” working with him in the wake of his criticism. Since the viral exposé, Kinnett has continued to criticize the district on Twitter and release “inside look” information because he claims the school district isn’t being “transparent.” The administrator also said his access to his work email, Google Drive and calendars were cut off without warning on Wednesday — and he’s been banned from entering any school district buildings. Total madness.