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Protesters across Russia have pressed for authorities to release Putin critic Alexei Navalny LA Times
VOA VIEW: Navalny was a fool to buck Putin.
The Biden administration is assembling a bipartisan commission to consider expanding the US Supreme Court — an idea that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer this week called “the big one.” Several leading lawyers and former Justice Department officials have been recruited for the panel, which is expected to have between nine and 15 members, Politico... New York Post
VOA VIEW: A fools stop.
It’s not unusual for promises made in the heat of passion during a presidential campaign to run into the cold reality of actually being president. It just usually takes longer than it did for Joe Biden. President Biden enjoyed a campaign where he rarely answered questions, particularly about ending the pandemic, or was challenged by... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden is a dud.


Former President Donald Trump is expected to meet on Thursday with Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, sources confirm to The Post. McCarthy (R-Calif.) was a close Trump ally during his term, but criticized Trump’s actions on Jan. 6 when a crowd stormed the Capitol to disrupt certification of President Biden’s victory. The meeting in... New York Post
People with the highly contagious UK strain of COVID-19 are less likely to report sky-high fevers than those with the original illness, according to a study released Wednesday. But patients with the newer virus variant report suffering from a sore throat, aching muscles and fatigue more often, according to the survey, released by Britain’s, Office... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.
The attack may have encouraged domestic extremists to target elected officials and government facilities, according to a national terrorism warning. New York Times
VOA VIEW: It will be the left who will do bad things.
Once we take care of the pandemic, we need to sort this out. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Leftwing radicals want to hurt most.
QAnon faithful are still pushing conspiratorial lies about the election and former President Donald Trump even after Facebook and Twitter purges.       USA Today
Defense attorneys for jailed Cowboys for Trump leader Couy Griffin urged a federal judge Wednesday to release the New Mexico county commissioner and gun rights advocate as he awaits trial in Washington in connection with the siege on the U.S. Capitol. Federal prosecutors want Griffin, ... Washington Times


On Day One of his presidency, President Biden started to reverse course on U.S. energy and environmental policy with a slew of executive orders. His decisions to reenter the Paris Agreement and cancel the Keystone XL pipeline received much attention. But his order telling his agencies to review the Trump ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden is hurting the vast majority.
The Biden administration is "actively looking" at requiring COVID testing before domestic flights, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official said. ABC
VOA VIEW: Safe is good.
Three storms continue to march across the country with the third storm reaching the West Coast overnight where thousands have been forced to evacuate. ABC
Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Susan Collins have also floated censuring former President Trump. CBS
VOA VIEW: Schumer and his liberal followers are fools.

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His departure comes as the Biden administration has been replacing top government officials who shepherded major immigration restrictions. CBS
VOA VIEW: The fool victor gets the spoils.
Although the D.C. statehood movement has support from most Democrats, it is unlikely to be approved in the Senate. CBS
VOA VIEW: A foolish liberal mistake.
Under updated requirements, short ponytails will be allowed, and phrases with racist connotations will be removed from regulations. CBS


The central bank kept its foot to the floor in terms of the help it is providing for an economy that central bank officials say has slowed down. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Bad news coming.
Democrats are setting the stage to use budget reconciliation to pass the next round of coronavirus relief without Republican votes. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Madness!
Investors pored through mixed earnings from major companies and awaited the latest policy decision from the Federal Reserve. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The beginning a larger drops in the market.
President Joe Biden is working to ramp up the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines, blaming the initially slow pace on the Trump administration. CNBC
VOA VIEW: These are sad times.
U.S. airlines have warned they expect a rocky start to 2021 as vaccinations will take more time. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The airline industry will take time to recover.

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VOA VIEW: As they should.
President Joe Biden is expected to sign an executive order that would set up his goal of admitting tens of thousands more refugees to the United States, according to two administration officials. CNN
VOA VIEW: Liberal madness and stupidity.
CNN's Chris Cuomo reacts after 45 out of 50 Republican senators voted to dismiss former President Trump's impeachment trial just after being sworn in and promising to be impartial. CNN
VOA VIEW: Cuomo is an idiot.

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A Seattle talk radio host who went inside Sunday night's riot in Tacoma, Washington, tells Fox News that Antifa made their role in the violence loud and clear. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The left don't care for the safety of the people.
The Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday the United States is under "a heightened threat environment" in the wake of the Capitol riot earlier this month and violence in Portland and Seattle in recent days.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: The country is undergoing lawlessness.
Democratic lawmakers have introduced legislation to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2025. UPI
VOA VIEW: A major job loss if passed.
The foreign ministers of the Group of Seven nations on Tuesday condemned Russia's imprisonment of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, describing it as a "politically motivated arrest and detention." UPI
Wisconsin pharmacist Steven Bradenburg faces 20 years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to knowingly destroying more than 500 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. UPI
VOA VIEW: He should be prosecuted and punished strictly.

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     Reasonable people probably agree that we should all get a pass for youthful indiscretions. But what if the mistakes involve advocating racism and anti-Semitism — and are then followed by post-college behavior that’s almost as bad, such as supporting racially motivated policies? “No problem” seems to be President Biden’s answer. That’s the only way to understand his refusal to withdraw the nomination of Kristen Clarke for the crucial position of assistant attorney general for civil rights once it came out that she’d advocated theories of black racial superiority and anti-Semitism as a student at Harvard in the 1990s.

     Clarke was an easy pick for Biden to join the Department of Justice along with attorney-general-nominee Judge Merrick Garland. As head of the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and previously a staffer for New York’s attorney general, she’s a leading left-wing attorney. As an African-American woman, Clarke also punches the ticket for Biden’s diversity goals and fills a top post with an ally of the Black Lives Matter movement. But there’s more to Clarke than her glittering résumé. While a Harvard undergrad, Clarke argued in the student newspaper that blacks had greater “mental, physical and spiritual abilities” than whites because of the amount of melanin in their skin, a racist theory advocated by race-baiters like Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. As president of the Harvard Black Students Association, she invited author Tony Martin to speak on campus, despite his rabid anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial. She then defended him as a “black intellectual who bases his information” — i.e., his anti-Semitic slurs — “on indisputable fact.”

     Clarke is a black anti white racist.  A dumb pick, expected by a dumb president.