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What We’re Reading: Teachers’ Left Turn, Biden’s Scandals, Afghan Civil War . . . And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Hard-Left Politics Of Teachers Unions

Woke Schooling: A Toolkit for Concerned Parents — The Manhattan Institute

Thousands of teachers pledge to break anti-critical race theory laws — New York Post

NEA Teacher’s Union to ‘Fight Back’ Against CRT Opponents, Combat ‘Systemic’ Racism — CNSNews

Why America needs to ban critical race theory in schools — New York Post

New York Mayoral Race

Eric Adams Wins Democratic Primary in New York City’s Mayoral Race: AP — National Review

Biden Family’s Widening Scandals

Prominent Biden Allies Worked for Nonprofit with Ties to Chinese Communist — American Greatness

Hunter Biden used Joe’s VP perks to pursue deal with Mexican Billionaire Carlos Slim — New York Post

New Hunter Biden Disclosures Feature $100,000 Donation Of Former FBI Director Freeh To The Biden Grandchildren —

Penn president set for high-profile ambassador gig after paying Biden $900K for vaguely defined professor post — The College Fix

Bonus: Pelosi’s Husband Bought Amazon Calls Before Pentagon JEDI Shakeup Sent Shares Soaring — ZeroHedge

Taxes, Here, There, And Everywhere

10,000 Commandments of the Reg State  — Competitive Enterprise Institute, via Real Clear Markets

Nine Countries Reject Global Minimum Tax Deal, Sending It Down Rocky Road to Completion — Epoch Times

How Biden’s corporate tax hikes will hurt working people — Washington Examiner

More Media Malpractice

Ivy League Study Shows How US Media Created a Climate of Fear Over COVID-19 — Foundation for Economic Education

The Media’s Collapsing Trust — Newsbusters

Gov’t Spying On Americans

Is the Government Spying on Journalists? A Majority of Americans Weigh In With Their Answer — PJ Media

The NSA Does Not Deny Reading Tucker Carlson’s Emails — The Federalist

Foreign Policy Failures Of Biden

Taliban parade new weapons seized from Afghan military as U.S. withdraws — NBC News

The many US blunders that contributed to looming disaster in Afghanistan — CNN

The Presidents, Ranked

Ranking the Presidents Once More — American Greatness

CSPAN presidential ratings steeped in bias — American Thinker


Biden to Shift Covid Funds to Cover Costs for Kids at Border — Bloomberg

White House: Biden would ‘Certainly Support’ States Re-Imposing Coronavirus Restrictions — Breitbart

Biden Administration’s Latest Plan to Get Shots in Arms Sure Sounds Like a ‘Vaccine Police’ — RedState

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