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Ex-President Trump rewards allies and punishes enemies with endorsements. He meets this week with Wyoming Republicans running against Rep. Liz Cheney. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Liberal want to stir the pot against Republican success.
Will President Biden’s $4.2 trillion, 10-year spending package cause inflation? New York Post
VOA VIEW: Bidan is a total failure.
Cuomo and the state Legislature approved the legalized sale of weed in New York in March, but the governor has since become a real buzz kill on the issue, critics say. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Madness!

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New York families are struggling to stay in their homes due to delays by Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration in doling out federal rent relief, Sen. Chuck Schumer charged Sunday. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Free government money should be stopped.
President Joe Biden still refuses to admit that “Defund the Police” is a purely left-wing campaign. The latest: At a CNN town hall last week, he insisted that anyone who calls Democrats anti-police is “lying” and then compared such claims to a QAnon conspiracy theory that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton killed a child... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Dems are unequivocally behind and promoters of defunding the police.
​The leading Republican negotiator for the bipartisan infrastructure talks raised expectations Sunday that an agreement could be reached this week. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Dems will prevent any reasonable deal.
Charter schools are by far the most successful innovation in public education of the last half-century — notably, the first to regularly offer first-rate schooling to lower-income, urban black and Hispanic families. Yet the Biden administration and Democrats in Congress (and in state legislatures such as New York’s) are looking to strangle them. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Dems are destroying the public school system.
I've written three books about Donald Trump, and I spoke with him this spring. He won't be able to resist the lure of the presidency. New York Times
While the CDC has not called for the vaccinated to wear masks to protect against COVID-19 as virus variants surge, many health experts say they are.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: There are civil rights laws.

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Black men were twice as likely than Black women to report being stopped by police investigating a crime, and to criticize the way they were treated.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: The facts are clear for black or white people.
The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline rose 2 cents over the past two weeks, to $3.22 per gallon. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg Survey said Sunday that gas supply is abundant, which could keep prices from spiking further. Washington Times
The majority of Americans say they feel pessimistic about the country’s future over the next 12 months, according to a new poll. In the ABC News/Ipsos poll, 55% of respondents held a negative view of the direction of the country -- a nearly 20 percentage point increase since ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: People are scared for the future of the country and themselves.
Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers was condemned by critics as racist after the Republican posted on social media Friday about liking two Confederate generals who fought against the U.S. to preserve slavery. Ms. Rogers, a U.S. Air Force veteran elected to office in 2020, showed her support for Confederate Generals ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: It was foolish PC

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Raimondo acknowledged the dual-track strategy for passing both components of Mr. Biden's agenda is "unusual and complex." CBS
VOA VIEW: There is little infrastructure in the Dem deal.
Ferocious storms whipped through the Detroit metro area Saturday night leaving 140,000 without power. ABC
VOA VIEW: It could have been worse.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says Cuba is an “example of resistance.” ABC
VOA VIEW: It hurts both ways.

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Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo tells "Face the Nation" that she hears from business leaders every day on the infrastructure deal to "get this passed." CBS
Pelosi said Kinzinger "brings great patriotism to the committee's mission: to find the facts and protect our democracy." CBS
VOA VIEW: Kinzinger is a biased traitor.
General Jerome Adams also called for the CDC to clarify its guidance on mask-wearing for those who are vaccinated. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden has lost control of the pandemic as he has of the southern border.
Yale’s Stephen Roach, who served chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, believes Beijing’s crackdown against U.S.-listed China stocks have major market implications. CNBC
VOA VIEW: China is taking advantage of Biden's stupidity and ineptness.
Asia has billions to feed, and more will be eating plant-based proteins. An R&D lab in Shanghai is key to one of fake meat's fastest-growing regions. CNBC
VOA VIEW: China is doing what it has to survive.

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Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Florida and Nevada are reporting the highest daily average of new cases per capita over the past week. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The signs were known in advance.
China's antitrust regulator ordered Tencent to give up its exclusive licensing rights with international record labels and slapped a $$77,000 fine on the company. CNBC
At a very not-normal Olympic Games kick-off, first lady Jill Biden was, outside of the athletes themselves, perhaps the only normal part. CNN

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France beat the US men's basketball team 83-76 at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, ending Team USA's 25-game Olympic winning streak that dates back to 2004. CNN
VOA VIEW: Learn to honor your sponsor country.
President Joe Biden's presidency is now six months old. You'd be forgiven if you didn't realize how long Biden has been in office because Biden doesn't generate anywhere near the same news interest (see Google searches) as his predecessor, former President Donald Trump, did. CNN
VOA VIEW: Biden's approval rating has dropped considerably, even with the lies by the liberal media.
More vaccine mandates may be imposed across the US once the Food and Drug Administration gives its final stamp of approval to COVID-19 shots, health experts have predicted. FOX News
VOA VIEW: All figured the reality.
Republicans at all levels in Virginia are pushing back against left-wing “mob” mentality, cancel culture, violent rhetoric and attempts to normalize radical leftist thought after a pro-critical race theory speaker appeared to wish death upon conservative parents in Fairfax County last week. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The left runs from the truth.
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that U.S. COVID-19 cases are "going in the wrong direction" as numbers have continued to rise and vaccination rates have stalled. UPI
VOA VIEW: Fauci is an idiot.
General Motors announced it has filed a lawsuit against the Ford Motor Co., alleging the name of Ford's new hands-free driving technology infringes on GM's trademark. UPI
China announced it is imposing counter-sanctions on seven U.S. citizens and entities, including former Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, in retaliation against sanctions imposed by Washington. UPI
VOA VIEW: China know how to play Biden.

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     The National Security Agency has quietly admitted that the identity of Fox News prime-time host Tucker Carlson was “unmasked” and leaked as he alleged earlier this month, according to a report. “For the NSA to unmask Tucker Carlson or any journalist attempting to secure a newsworthy interview is entirely unacceptable and raises serious questions about their activities as well as their original denial, which was wildly misleading,” a Fox News spokesperson told The Record, a cybersecurity news site. Two sources told The Record Friday that, according to an internal NSA investigation, Carlson’s name was revealed after it was mentioned in “communications between two parties” that were under surveillance. But the host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” was neither a direct nor an incidental target of the agency, the sources said. Carlson has prevailed every investigation.

     In June, Carlson accused the NSA of monitoring his emails in an effort to find damaging material that would force him off the air. The claim led to a rare public denial from the agency, which stated that Carlson “has never been an intelligence target.” “Unmasking” refers to the intelligence community practice that allows national security officials to see the identities of American citizens who correspond with foreigners under surveillance.

     By law, Americans are supposed to remain shielded from spy agencies’ view — and making any “unmasked” names public is strictly prohibited. The term became widely known in the wake of reports that Vice President Biden and other Obama administration officials “unmasked” the identity of then-National Security Adviser designate Michael Flynn in 2017 as part of the FBI’s Russia investigation. The NSA review has been given to the House and Senate Intelligence committees, The Record’s sources said.