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Bombshell testimony from former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson has led to new questions that the Jan. 6 committee hopes to get answered. LA Times
VOA VIEW: To be seen are the amount of lies and deception.
Millions of New Yorkers are on the brink of paying hundreds or thousands more each year for the mere privilege of traveling from one side of their city to the other. New York Post
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.
The Bronx Democratic Party has snubbed incumbent state Sen. Gustavo Rivera and endorsed his rival, lawyer Miguelina Camilo, in the reapportioned 33rd district. New York Post
VOA VIEW: A fool fall for more stupidity.

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French President Emmanuel Macron's attempt to end Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by constantly seeking to reengage with Russia’s dictator Vladimir Putin is the definition of insanity. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Macron has always been a fool.
Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan and gubernatorial candidate Nan Whaley were conspicuously absent during President Biden's visit to Cleveland. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Ryan is a lying idiot.
The former F.B.I. director and his deputy, both of whom former President Donald J. Trump wanted prosecuted, were selected for a rare audit program that the tax agency says is random. New York Times
VOA VIEW: They both should be indicted.
Oil prices have been slipping over the last two weeks, but the drop has accelerated in recent days. New York Times
The former F.B.I. director and his deputy, both of whom former President Donald J. Trump wanted prosecuted, were selected for a rare audit program that the tax agency says is random. New York Times
Pro-life doctors sounded the alarm Wednesday about the Biden administration's effort to expand access to abortion pills, arguing that lifting restrictions will put the lives of pregnant women at risk. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden and liberals don't care about the life of women.

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President Biden on Wednesday insisted that his administration has made "incredible progress" on the economy and said the blame for inflation rests squarely with Russian President Vladimir Putin, as he made a pitch to workers in a longtime bellwether state. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The only Biden progress has been stupidity.
American confidence in the Bible's veracity is at an all-time low, Gallup, Inc. reported Wednesday, with just 20% professing a belief that the religious book is the literal word of God. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Many don't believe everything they read in the Old and more so in the New Testament.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed an executive order Wednesday shielding out-of-state abortion patients from extradition and prohibiting state agencies under his control from assisting other states' prosecutions of those who travel for the procedure. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: A leftwing radical governor.
Gov. Bill Lee on Wednesday refused to rebut recently revealed remarks made by a charter school president who claimed that teachers "are trained in the dumbest parts of the dumbest colleges" during a reception the Republican attended. Washington Times

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VOA VIEW: The news media has gone extremely to the left.
Senate Democrats are reviving negotiations on a budget reconciliation bill in hopes of scoring some modest wins out of President Biden's derailed social welfare and climate agenda. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The Dems are power-hungry and are afraid of losing control.
The U.S. Supreme Court's landmark abortion ruling overturning Roe v. Wade is prompting efforts in liberal states to protect providers and patients who have traveled for a legal procedure ABC
VOA VIEW: The best solution is not to get pregnant if you seek an abortion.

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The Biden administration is looking to help foreign manufacturers of baby formula stay on the U.S. market for the long term ABC
Former White House counsel Pat Cipollone has reached a deal with the Jan. 6 committee to testify in a transcribed interview Friday. ABC
VOA VIEW: The Dems will get little for Cipollone.
Real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield is being held in contempt of court for refusing to comply with subpoenas issued as part of a probe into the Trump Organization. ABC
Seventy-eight million Americans face severe weather, from Montana to Washington, D.C. ABC
VOA VIEW: Get under cover.
About 40,000 members of the Army National Guard are not fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. CBS

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Investors are monitoring economic data for clues on inflation trajectory, with eye on Friday release of June employment numbers. CBS
VOA VIEW: Dame if you do situation.
Borrowers who qualify for existing federal student loan forgiveness programs could see fewer hurdles and less paperwork. CBS
VOA VIEW: Why would a loan be granted if it can be evaded?
However, bank's research team puts odds of the global GDP falling for two consecutive quarters at 40% in 2022. CBS
VOA VIEW: Anything it possible, but not probable.

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Bedingfield has played a key role in President Biden's campaign and administration. CBS
VOA VIEW: A sinking foolish administration.
Rep. James Comer says the Treasury Department "is refusing to release suspicious activity reports connected with Hunter Biden." CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden is sinking fast.
The typical homebuyer must now spend almost a third of income toward their housing costs, the highest since 2008. CBS
VOA VIEW: Sad, but true.
Rate on a 30-year mortgage has jumped to 4.4%, quashing dreams of homeownership for many Americans. CBS
Depleted home supply, partly thanks to a building slowdown, has put housing out of reach in most of the country CBS
VOA VIEW: Sad!
Republican-led states are asking a federal appellate court to declare the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program unlawful. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden wants to hurt real Americans.
Members said the July meeting likely also would see another 50 or 75 basis point move on top of a 75 basis point increase approved in June. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Bet on it.
The Biden administration announced Wednesday it was moving to make sweeping changes to the federal student loan system. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A mega mess.
The Detroit automaker said it only sold 484,200 vehicles during the second quarter in China, its largest market globally. CNBC
VOA VIEW: China is hurting like all other nations.
Available positions totaled 11.25 million for the month, a considerable drop from the upwardly revised 11.68 million in April, according to the JOLTS report. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.
Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon could face a recall election if the 717,000 signatures turned in to officials Wednesday are verified. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Hopefully, Gascon will be voted out.
A West Virginia judge struck down a school voucher law. The Hope Scholarship voucher program would have been one of the most far-reaching school choice programs in the country, FOX News
VOA VIEW: It would have been great foe WV.
Senate Democrats released a revised plan Wednesday to lower the cost of prescription drugs in a new bid to push forward with some aspects of President Joe Biden's spending package introduced late last year. UPI
President Joe Biden on Wednesday praised a program under the American Rescue Plan for restoring pensions and providing a "dignified retirement" to union workers during a visit to Cleveland. UPI
VOA VIEW: What about those not in a union
A Mississippi court has rejected a bid from the state's last abortion clinic to prevent a trigger law from taking effect, handing women rights a defeat and forcing the health center to shut down by the end of Wednesday. UPI
VOA VIEW: What is the next Dem move?

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     Much of what American soldiers fought for in World War II has “gone down the drain,” according to U.S. Marine Carl Spurlin Dekel, who celebrated his 100th birthday last week.  He is right, America has too many liberals and socialists.

     Dekel says serving his country in WWII was the most important thing he ever did, according to Fox 13. The veteran and Silver Star holder says he wouldn’t hesitate to put his life on the line again, but regrets that the U.S. has slipped away from what he remembers. “People don’t realize what they have,” Dekel told the outlet. “The things we did and the things we fought for and the boys that died for it, it’s all gone down the drain.” “We haven’t got the country we had when I was raised, not at all,” he says. “Nobody will have the fun I had. Nobody will have the opportunity I had. It’s just not the same and that’s not what our boys, that’s not what they died for.”

     Dekel’s statements came the same day the U.S. lost the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from WWII. Hershel “Woody” Williams died Wednesday at 98 years old, surrounded by his family at a hospital named after him in his home state of West Virginia.  Williams, also a U.S. Marine, received his medal for heroism from former President Harry Truman during the battle of Iwo Jima in 1945.  America’s 63 living Medal of Honor recipients honored Williams in a statement to Fox News Digital.

     “Friends and family of Woody Williams knew him as a West Virginia farmer’s son and the youngest of 11 children who dutifully supported his family after his father died,” they wrote in a statement through the Congressional Medal of Honor Society. “Fellow Marines knew him as the corporal who volunteered for a mission on Iwo Jima to clear a lane through enemy pillboxes that were destroying American tanks.”

     “Veterans in West Virginia knew him as their advocate through his work as a Veterans Service Representative. Gold Star families knew Woody through his work raising money for scholarships and other programs through the Woody Williams Foundation,” they continued. “We, his fellow Medal of Honor Recipients, knew him as our friend and one of our heroes. We will miss him greatly.”