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What We’re Reading This Weekend: Ready For Refugees, Vaccine Surplus, ‘Woke’ Is No Joke . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Politics: Dems Want More Refugees

White House says Biden will increase refugee cap this year, after Dem fury over original target — Fox News

‘Unacceptable and unconscionable’: Democrats slam Biden for initial decision not to raise refugee cap — CNN

Biden to lift Trump-era refugee cap in May amid pushback from Democrats, advocates — USA Today

Texas Gov. Abbott: Biden Is ‘Fulfilling Campaign Promises’ of Open Borders — Breitbart

Report: Biden Cuts Arrests of Criminal Illegal Aliens Up to 80 Percent — Breitbart

COVID Mask Mania And Vaccine Surplus?

States see rise in unused vaccines as demand flattens, shifting focus to hesitancy — NBC News

J&J Scientists Refute Idea That COVID-19 Vaccine’s Design Linked to Clots — Reuters

Medical Journal Warns About Masks’ Potentially Devastating Consequences — American Institute for Economic Research

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Expands Mask Mandate to 2-Year-Olds — Breitbart

‘Woke’ Corporate America

Reynolds: How corporations conspire with Democrats to hoard power at the public’s expense — New York Post

McLaughlin Poll: Majority of Likely Voters Favor Voter ID, Say MLB Should Boycott China — NewsMax

Energy And Climate

The “hockey stick” curve obscures Earth’s CO2 history — CFACT.org

Bill Gates wants to spray dust into the sky to control the Earth’s temperature — American Thinker

Trump Still Making Presence Felt

Conservative House Republicans to Form ‘America First’ Caucus, Built Upon Trump-Inspired Platform — NewsMax

Donald Trump and Andrew Jackson: History Repeats Itself — American Thinker

Biden Politicizes CIA, FBI

Biden Intelligence Community Breaches Authority to Target the Right — American Greatness

Republicans Question Spy Agencies’ Work on Domestic Extremism — New York Times

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