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The new booster 'will become available by early to mid-September,' if the FDA and CDC authorize shots, a top White House official said this week. LA Times
VOA VIEW: The major problem is how many want them?
In the last month alone Iran has been found committing three strikes against the US. Instead of sucking up to them is high time this country changes and calls them “out.” New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden is a weak fool.
“For sure, the FBI has dug themselves into a huge hole because of how they handled the Clinton (email) case and then Crossfire Hurricane and Hunter Biden,” Former assistant FBI director Chris Swecker said. “Myself and many of my colleagues think they are treading on very thin ice here.” New York Post
VOA VIEW: The FBI has been politicized and become dishonest.
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It is not a hard leap to infer that Attorney General Garland and Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas are in breach of their constitutional duty and needlessly putting the American public at risk New York Post
VOA VIEW: Lawlessness is the liberal way.
You couldn't find a better symbol of President Joe Biden's border policy than the video of federal border agents literally opening the gates to a stream of illegal migrants. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden has made the US borderless.
Judge Reinhart has faced a wave of criticism, disinformation and online threats over his involvement in the F.B.I.’s search. New York Times
Terror is always more persuasive than anything else. New York Times
As economy looms over the heads of Americans, 80% of workers are worried about losing their job in a recession. Business owners want to prevent that. USA Today
VOA VIEW: A real problem and threat.
After the FBI searched ex-President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, several PACs have begun flooding supporters with aggressive fundraising tactics.
VOA VIEW: The best money spent.
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Gun safety groups say the FTC should restrict firearm advertising based on prohibitions of deceptive messaging used to regulate CBD, vaping ads.
VOA VIEW: The left has gone excessive.
A volunteer fire chaplain filed a free-speech lawsuit Thursday against the city of Austin, Texas, charging that he was dismissed for expressing his opposition on his personal blog to men who identify as women competing in female athletics. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: He should prevail.
Former President Trump on Thursday said the affidavit used by the FBI to justify last week's search of his Mar-a-Lago estate should not be redacted, calling the Justice Department's effort to shield portions of the affidavit "a cynical attempt" to hide their corruption. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Let it be open for all to see.
Allen Weisselberg pleaded guilty Thursday to charges of running a yearslong scheme to avoid taxes while he was the Trump Organization's chief financial officer. ABC
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July border numbers decreased but are expected to reach 2 million apprehensions by end of the fiscal year next month. ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden stupidity.
Kentucky’s Supreme Court is keeping the state’s near-total abortion ban in effect ABC
VOA VIEW: It is, what it is.
CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus told CBS News the Trump-era border policy is also fueling repeat crossings by migrants, exacerbating operational challenges. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden's border policy is causing more human challenges.
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Media companies' attorneys are trying to convince a federal magistrate judge to make public the affidavit supporting the warrant that allowed FBI agents to search Trump's Florida estate last week. CBS
VOA VIEW: This is the same judge that signed they original political madness.
There are state Supreme Court elections in 30 states this year, according to Ballotpedia. CBS
VOA VIEW: There will be a major battle this season.
Retirees wanting the biggest bang for their buck should consider moving to the South or Midwest, a new study found. CBS
VOA VIEW: Bet on red states.
Nationally, there are more than 280,000 fewer public-school teachers than before the COVID-19 pandemic. CBS
VOA VIEW: Thanks to CRT and other liberal stupidity.
Sales of previously owned homes fell nearly 6% in July compared with June, according to a monthly report from the National Association of Realtors. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A large percentage and higher to come.
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The DOJ had asked Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart not to unseal the affidavit, arguing that it could compromise the probe involving Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Reinhart is a liberal anti Trump idiot.
One GOP strategist estimates Michigan's governor's race could cost between $75 million and $100 million with the DeVos' spending on the campaign. CNBC
Iran appears the most optimistic it's been in years about finally clinching an agreement on a renewed version of the 2015 nuclear deal. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Biden is selling the country to Iran.
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Former Trump White House adviser Peter Navarro asked a federal judge to dismiss the criminal contempt of Congress case that was brought against him after he did not comply with a House January 6 Committee subpoena. CNN
VOA VIEW: They should dismiss the case.
David Schoen, Donald Trump's former impeachment trial lawyer, talks with CNN's John Berman about the New York Times report suggesting that Trump knew what documents he had and didn't want to return them, telling his advisers "It's not theirs, it's mine." CNN
VOA VIEW: The liberal press and other fools twist the facts.
Customs and Border Protection Agents seized over fentanyl pills that they say were strapped to a person's legs on Wednesday, according to officials. FOX News
The federal government will make 1.8 million doses of the monkeypox vaccine available for ordering as part of a series of actions to accelerate mitigation of the virus's outbreak in the United States. UPI
The chief executive of Smith & Wesson, one of America's most famous manufacturers of firearms, is facing backlash after saying this week that lawmakers and news media are responsible for rising gun violence in the U.S. UPI
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.
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A religious academy in Florida will continue to receive the federal funding it uses to provide free meals to 56 low-income students despite the school’s decision to reject the Biden administration’s new LGBTQ-friendly education policies — including government mandates on hiring, restrooms, dress codes and the use of pronouns. Good!
According to court documents, Grant Park Christian Academy has been granted an exemption to the new rules by the United States Department of Agriculture. The exemption comes days after the school sued federal and state officials over the rules, which the school said amounts to a violation of the religious rights of the academy and its staff. The school receives federal funding under the National School Lunch Program, which subsidizes meals and snacks and is administered in Florida by Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, a Democrat seeking her party’s gubernatorial nomination in the state’s Aug. 23 primary.
The school on July 31 sued Ms. Fried, President Biden, Agriculture Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack and the USDA, along with two Florida agriculture officials, claiming the officials were “punishing low-income children” with a mandate the school could not follow.