Friday Executive News Summary
Historic jobs miss, CRT banned in Tennessee, voting integrity in Florida, and more.
Top of the Fold
Twitter oligarchs suspend non-affiliated account that was posting Trump statements (Washington Examiner)
Around the Nation
Tennessee wisely bans public schools from teaching racist Critical Race Theory (Tennessean)
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms reverses previous plan, says “no” to reelection bid (Fox News)
DeSantis says Floridians receiving unemployment benefits will need to start looking for work again (Fox News)
South Carolina to return to pre-pandemic unemployment program to address workforce shortages (SC.gov)
South Carolina to add firing squad to execution methods (AP)
Hunter Biden continues to hold 10% stake in Chinese firm (Daily Caller)
Chinese greenhouse gas emissions now larger than those of developed countries combined (Washington Post)
“Dezinformatsiya” Headline Award
- U.S. seen as bigger threat to democracy than Russia or China, global poll finds (The Guardian)
Policy: Diversity over discovery: Biden’s war on merit puts America’s scientific edge at risk (City Journal)
Policy: No, NASA shouldn’t get in bed with China’s space program (Daily Signal)
Humor: Internet inventor Al Gore bans Trump from Internet (Babylon Bee)
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