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Fox Corp. said Wednesday that it bested Wall Street’s third-quarter estimates despite advertising sales declines compared to last year when it broadcast the Super Bowl. Shares of Fox rose 2 percent in after-hours trading. Fox attributed its profit growth to new investments, such as its acquisition of streaming service, Tubi, as well as 10 percent... New York Post
VOA VIEW: The liberal networks are in the dust.
Investors sent shares of the New York Times tumbling on Wednesday after the company revealed subscription growth slowed once Donald Trump left the White House. The 170 year-old publication, which has seen subscriber growth skyrocket since Trump was elected in 2016, said it added 301,000 new digital subscribers in the first quarter, its lowest gain... New York Post
VOA VIEW: The NYT is on its last leg.
The New York City school calendar for 2021-22 has Columbus Day now listed as Italian Heritage Day/Indigenous Peoples Day as a holiday in October. Gov. Cuomo is among those disgusted with the change. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Liberal stupidity.

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On one hand, Janet Yellen is a highly trained economist who understands the Joe Biden spending bonanza could be a recipe for economic disaster. But as Treasury Secretary, she is also the captain of the Biden economic team, downplaying inflationary fears and cheerleading the big-budget bills. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Yellen is not reporting the true facts - only Biden deception.
The White House is declining to say if and how China would be held accountable if the massive rocket they sent into orbit last week causes damage as it is expected to make an uncontrolled re-entry to Earth. Speaking to reporters at her daily briefing Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki declined to provide... New York Post
VOA VIEW: The WH is too weak to do anything.
The German company CureVac hopes its RNA vaccine will rival those made by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech. It could be ready next month. New York Times
Facebook has increasingly become one of the most vital weapons in a political campaign’s arsenal, and few had tapped into its potential for advertising and fund-raising as aggressively as Mr. Trump’s. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Liberal wishful thinking that will lose when all is done.
A growing number of Democrats in battleground districts are either retiring or leaving to seek higher office, imperiling the party’s control of the House and President Biden’s expansive agenda. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Dems will hopefully lose big in 2022.
Many of the forces that helped bring him to power have only intensified. New York Times
VOA VIEW: More will follow.

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These Republican men do not like mouthy, strong, bold, independent Hillary Clinton-type women.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: The only truth is that Republicans' must grow a backbone.
The Oregon Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would mandate safe storage of guns and ban them from the state Capitol. Republican lawmakers strenuously objected, saying they and others will be deprived of the ability to defend themselves. The bill, named for Cindy Yuille and Steve ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Safe storage of guns is a big question, as to meaning.
Facebook had suspended Trump's account in the wake of the Capitol siege. ABC
VOA VIEW: A major double standard and monopoly move.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday visited a taqueria as 186,000 restaurants applied for federal aid from newly opened program. ABC

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A Nashville police officer was shot while responding to a call -- and the department says it believes the call was a "setup" to get authorities to respond. ABC
VOA VIEW: The culprit must be found.
Children make up over 20% of new COVID-19 cases in Colorado, bolstered by the spread of contagious variants and in-person school activities. ABC
As House Republican leaders actively try to oust a member of their own leadership team – No. 3 Rep. Liz Cheney – the congresswoman isn’t fighting the move. ABC
VOA VIEW: Nothing to fight, Cheney is an idiot.

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The trade official said "the extraordinary circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic call for extraordinary measures." CBS
VOA VIEW: A patent is a patent.
Moderna said its booster dose increased neutralizing antibody responses against the original virus as well as B.1.351 and P.1 variants. CNBC
A federal judge struck down on Wednesday the national eviction moratorium, potentially leaving millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Makes real sense.
Some donors say they will withhold contributions to anyone who opposes Cheney. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Fools stand by a fool.
After oversight board's finding, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg can no longer deflect blame for a decision on Trump's suspension. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Zuckerberg has met a great match.

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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., vowed to "rein in big tech power over our speech," while other GOP lawmakers and allies of Trump went further. CNBC
VOA VIEW: All the big Techs must be taken down.
Allies of Rudy Giuliani continue to call on former President Donald Trump and Republicans to pay for his efforts around the election and, in turn, subsidize the mounting legal bills facing the former New York City mayor. CNN
The St. Louis man who went viral last summer after he and his wife stood an armed vigil on their front lawn as Black Lives Matter protesters marched through their gated community is praising the Kentucky diner seen holding a pistol as shouting demonstrators surrounded him outside a restaurant Saturday. FOX News

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents from Southern California's El Centro Sector arrested a woman over the weekend who had been attempting to smuggling methamphetamine through an immigration checkpoint. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Biden and leftwing fools fault.
The firing of the former Atlanta police officer who's charged with murder in the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks has been reversed. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Good!
A New Jersey officer told “Fox & Friends First” on Wednesday that she was “devastated” after she was fired over a Facebook post where she called Black Lives Matter protesters “terrorists." FOX News
VOA VIEW: She will win any legal action.
Iraq's F-16 program is in jeopardy because U.S. contractors are leaving key Iraqi bases after attacks by Iran-backed militias, a U.S. government report says. UPI
Birth and fertility rates in the United States declined again last year, data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed Wednesday -- with births down 4% to the lowest level in more than 40 years. UPI
VOA VIEW: Whites are acting responsibly.
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte announced his state will be the first to stop participating in federal pandemic-related unemployment programs in a move to boost employment. UPI
VOA VIEW: All state should do the same.

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     President Joe Biden is clearly pushing and promoting unions.  Biden is traveling to Virginia and Louisiana this week to pitch his American Jobs Plan — also called an “infrastructure” plan. New bridges, safer highways and more broadband are easy sells. But that’s only half the story. This is also a massive and coercive push to unionize the American workforce — whether workers want it or not.

     Biden’s plan is a wish list of changes sought by union bosses. It cancels right-to-work laws in 27 states that protect workers from having to pay union dues if they don’t want to join. It also rigs union elections by replacing secret balloting with a system called card check. Organizers will be able to see which workers vote “no” and intimidate them.  During the 2020 presidential contest, unions donated millions to Biden’s campaign, manned phone banks and got out the vote for Democrats. Now it’s payback time.

      The goal of the American Jobs Plan is to increase the ranks of dues-paying union members. When the next election rolls around, that will fund more campaign contributions to Democrats and more union help on Election Day. Unionizing America is the strategy to secure a permanent Democratic majority, the rights of rank-and-file workers be damned.

Gig-economy independent contractors, such as Uber drivers, also lose their freedom under Biden’s plan. It forces them to be “employees” and therefore ripe for unionization. A similar plan imposed by California DeAddressing the nation last week, Biden boasted he’ll protect labor’s right to organize. News flash: It doesn’t need protecting. Only 10.8 percent of American workers are unionized because most workers don’t want to share their paycheck with union bosses. In the private sector, it’s even smaller, a minuscule 6 percent. When a union tried to organize Amazon warehouse employees in Bessemer, Ala., last month, Biden blasted out a video on social media supporting the union drive. But the warehouse workers voted against unionizing.mocrats evoked popular outrage and had to be revoked. Unfazed, Biden’s pushing ahead on a national scale.