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House Democrats will vote Wednesday on a resolution to censure and remove Rep. Paul Gosar from his committee assignments after his anime video attack tweet. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Foolish language, but truthful.
President Biden's regular weekend getaways and a few midweek trips home to Delaware have cost nearly $3 million in security alone, Secret Service expense records shared with The Post show. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden doesn't care about wasting taxpayer money.
Bidenites are rushing to cite October’s decline in border crossings as proof that they’re finally turning things around. Yet the number is still at a historic peak, far above the pre-Biden and pre-COVID era. New York Post
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From the right: Latinos Turn Republican “The Democratic Party has historically taken Latinos for granted,” argues Soledad Ursúa at The American Mind. But “Latinos are emerging as a significant voting bloc capable of flipping blue seats red and realigning either party.” In Virginia, the Glenn Youngkin won with “55 percent of the Hispanic vote” in... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Hispanics are waking up to being used by Dems.
Senior federal health officials describe the pill as a powerful new weapon against Covid. Get the latest pandemic news. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Big and more bucks.
The deal tones down a diplomatic confrontation that led Beijing to expel some American reporters during the last year of the Trump administration. New York Times
VOA VIEW: This help liberal Dems.
It will be up to 12 jury members to determine whether Kyle Rittenhouse is guilty of the homicide and attempted homicide charges in Kenosha.
House Republicans who voted for the bipartisan infrastructure bill are touting billions of dollars that could improve their states and districts.
VOA VIEW: The 13 Republicans sold out for part of the slush fund.
President Biden’s multi-trillion-dollar social welfare bill breaks a key pledge from his 2020 campaign: that he would not raise taxes on individuals making less than $400,000 annually. An analysis by the Joint Committee on Taxation released Tuesday shows that the House version of Mr. Biden’s bill starts raising taxes as ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: All smart people new that Biden was lying.
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Republican lawmakers say a whistleblower sent them an internal FBI email that shows the counterterrorism unit is monitoring threats against school-board members, despite Attorney General Merrick Garland denying such surveillance. According to the email, the assistant directors of the FBI counterterrorism and criminal divisions told agents to track the threats ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: There is no question that Dems are using Fed authorities against parents.
Congressional Democrats and the White House are rushing to discredit a looming report that will detail the cost of President Biden’s multitrillion-dollar social welfare bill and the revenue collection proposals to fund it. As part of the effort, Democrats are engaged in a campaign to delegitimize the work of the ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Dems are twisting facts that they do not like.
House Republicans, who are increasingly confident they will take back the majority next year, say they will launch tough oversight investigations of the Biden administration and hold accountable Democratic lawmakers who abused majority rule against GOP members. Republicans told The Washington Times they will launch a series of committee investigations ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Republicans will make Dems pay for their transgressions after their 2022 win.
A coalition of a dozen states led by Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry filed suit against the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all employees, volunteers and contractors who work at health care facilities that receive federal funding. Along with a lawsuit announced Monday by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: A win is a must.
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The fate of President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private employers could come down to the bounce of a ping-pong ball. Republican officials in 27 states, employers and several conservative and business organizations filed challenges to the mandate in numerous federal courts shortly after the U.S. Occupational Safety and ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: There is the Supreme Court if all else fails.
White House officials insist President Joe Biden does not consider China's President Xi Jinping a "friend" after Xi called Biden "my old friend" in a Monday meeting. ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden is a lying fool.
The House plans to vote Wednesday on a resolution that both censures Republican Rep. Paul Gosar and removes him from the Committee on Oversight and Reform. ABC
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President Joe Biden hit the road Tuesday a day after he signed the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill into law, visiting a New Hampshire bridge in disrepair. ABC
VOA VIEW: More like slush fund.
So far this year, the lottery has been used to assign just two cases. ABC
VOA VIEW: Good - a good chance the mandate will fail.
Kyle Rittenhouse helped on Tuesday to randomly select the 12 jurors to decide his fate by reaching into a metal raffle drum and drawing numbers. ABC
The Wyoming Republican Party passed a resolution this week removing Rep. Liz Cheney from the state party. A Cheney spokesperson clapped back at the move. ABC
VOA VIEW: Reasonable solution.
Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. John Hyten talks about China's long-range missile test last summer with CBS News. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden has sold the nation's security.
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House Democrats are expected vote on the Build Back Better Act this week, but it remains to be seen what will happen to the measure in the Senate. CBS
VOA VIEW: Hopefully, it will be ousted in 2022.
Drugmaker is asking regulators to authorize its experimental coronavirus pill for people with mild to moderate infections. CBS
Walmart did not kick off its holiday deals in October like competitors Target and Amazon. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The shoppers will not be greatly forthcoming.
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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told lawmakers that she now estimates that the U.S. will reach its debt limit on Dec. 15. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Biden and Dems like to spend money.
The Sixth Circuit will now decide whether to permanently halt the Biden administration policy. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Hopefully the Court will permanently halt the administration policy.
The Glasgow summit ended with calls on governments to return next year with tougher pledges to slash greenhouse gas emissions. CNBC
Heavy demand after last year's Covid-affected holiday, combined with lower supply than usual, means expensive prices and possible shortages. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Biden is the cause of a diminished holiday season.
Republican senators grilled Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas during a Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday, criticizing the handling of migrants at the southern border and Afghan refugees. UPI
VOA VIEW: Mayorkas is an idiot liar.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday said he's "confident" Congress will pass his $1.7 trillion social spending bill after lawmakers worked together to approve the new infrastructure legislation he signed into law this week. UPI
VOA VIEW: A major mistake.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has announced a lawsuit against Facebook parent Meta over accusations the company misled the public about the negative effects its products have on children. UPI
VOA VIEW: Facebook must be taken down.
Lawmakers reached a moment of consensus on Tuesday during a House Judiciary Committee hearing: Forced arbitration clauses in employment contracts can be harmful to sexual assault victims. UPI
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added four more European countries to its list of high-risk countries for travel as COVID-19 surges emerge. UPI
VOA VIEW: The world is of high-risk.
Americans spent more at businesses and online during the month of October than most experts predicted -- giving the economy a 1.7% boost, and indicating that higher inflation isn't deterring some shoppers. UPI
VOA VIEW: The alleged increase in sales is do to higher prices.
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