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An outbreak of violence in Ciudad Juarez, across the border from El Paso, and in the western states of Jalisco and Guanajuato have stunned even Mexicans accustomed to violence. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Lawlessness gaining in the US under Dem control.
US intelligence should assess the national security damage caused by Donald Trump storing classified documents at his Florida resort, dems said. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Dems are going madder.
If this is “working,” we’d hate to see “not working.” But we expect no less from the author of our new normal, who’s as divorced from reality on the economy as he is on everything else.  New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden is a sick idiot.

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About 40 immigrants, a majority of the passengers on the NYC-bound bus, were supposed to get off in Chattanooga, they said. New York Post
VOA VIEW: The illegal migrants should be sent back to Mexico.
Calls for violence surged after the search of Mar-a-Lago this week, but other posters saw them as evidence of a federal plot to smear the right and confiscate guns. New York Times
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts Dems.
Striking deep behind enemy lines, the Ukrainians are depleting Russia’s combat potential, slowing its advance in the east and creating new vulnerabilities in the south. New York Times
Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman made a return to the campaign trail, after taking a three-month hiatus from in-person events due to a stroke he suffered in May. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Hopefully, for the sake of US, Fetterman must lose.
The Biden administration announced 166 new federal grants to fund projects from the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed into law last year, including upgrades to bridges and roads in key battleground states. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden is using taxes from conservatives for the benefit of liberals and socialists.
Private religious schools won't be required to comply with the Biden administration's gender mandate to qualify for student-lunch funding under a newly released exemption. Washington Times

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene officially filed impeachment articles against Attorney General Merrick Garland Friday, accusing him of using the Justice Department to wage a persecution campaign against former president Donald Trump. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Dems have to lose in November.
The FBI conducted accidental discharge testing on the firearm used in the shooting. ABC
VOA VIEW: The whole shooting story seemed fishy.
The flagship climate change and health care bill passed by Democrats and soon to be signed by President Joe Biden will bring U.S. taxpayers one step closer to a government-operated electronic free-file tax return system ABC
VOA VIEW: Anything involving Biden is suspect.
A nationwide shortage of bus drivers is impacting as much as 86% of school across the United States. Schools have been forced to alter or entirely scrap bus routes amid the lack of staffing. CBS
VOA VIEW: Thanks to Biden.

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News of the faster rotation led to misleading posts on social media about the significance of the measurement, leading some to express concern about its implications. CBS
The bill's passage will mark a major win for Democrats and President Joe Biden less than three months before the pivotal midterm elections. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A joke and waste bill.
The U.S. disputed claims that a forthcoming visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Saudi Arabia signals America's waning influence in the Middle East. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The US must stand against China.

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The overall duration of power interruptions in the U.S. more than doubled between 2015 and 2020. CNBC
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The Democratic chairs of the House Intelligence and Oversight Committees have asked federal intelligence leadership for a congressional briefing and for a damage assessment after the FBI seized 11 sets of classified documents at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home earlier this week. CNN
VOA VIEW: Liberal Dems chasing their tails, again.
Harriet Hageman proudly wears Wyoming on her sleeve -- and wields it like a hammer against Liz Cheney. CNN
VOA VIEW: Cheney will hopefully lose her reelection next week.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is reportedly facing criticism from within its own ranks on how it treats teenagers who choose to go through gender transition treatment. FOX News
VOA VIEW: These are sick times.

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One Princeton University course description for the upcoming fall states that "far right activists" are using "free speech" to justify "hate speech." FOX News
VOA VIEW: It's the opposite.
Vice President Kamala Harris helped launch a new college scholarship fund for students born in her hometown of Oakland, Calif., sharing her thoughts on equality and equity with students there. UPI
VOA VIEW: Harris is an idiot.

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     Facing critical races for governor and U.S. Senate, Democratic hopefuls in Wisconsin are hoping that their support for abortion rights in the face of a Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade can overcome the headwinds of a midterm election long expected to favor Republicans. But there’s one key group their strategies might fail to mobilize: Black voters.  Black voters would be foolish to back Dems - they have kept them in poverty.

     An issue with strong support from white Democrats is more complicated in the Black community, especially among churchgoers who hold more conservative views on abortion. The topic is so fraught that most community organizers avoid bringing it up.

     “Among the Black Baptist church alone, that would split us in half,” said David Liners, executive director of WISDOM, a faith-based organizing group with a statewide presence, when asked why his group isn’t organizing around abortion. Karen Royster, spokeswoman for Milwaukee-based Souls to the Polls, called abortion “taboo” in church circles, making it difficult for faith leaders to do any sort of work around it.

     
Other groups, like Black Leaders Organizing Communities, “won’t proactively bring up the issue” while doing voter outreach, but will discuss it if it comes up, said Angela Lang, BLOC’s executive director.  It’s an issue bound to get even more focus after a decisive statewide vote in heavily Republican Kansas last week in favor of protecting abortion access, buoying Democratic hopes the issue could galvanize voters elsewhere.

     AP VoteCast shows that overall, Black voters in the 2020 presidential election were more likely than white or Hispanic voters to say abortion should usually be legal. But among those identifying with or leaning toward the Democratic Party, things looked different: White Democrats were more likely than either Black or Hispanic Democrats to say abortion should be legal in most or all cases, 88% to 77% to 76%.