Wednesday Executive News Summary
Liz Cheney ousted, consumer prices soar, Southeast experiencing gas shortages, and more.
Top of the Fold
Liz Cheney ousted from role as House GOP Conference chair; replacement still unclear (Fox News)
Consumer prices increase 4.2% to the highest level since 2008 (Daily Caller)
Government & Politics
CDC’s risk estimate of COVID transmission outdoors greatly exaggerated, bombshell report finds (Fox News)
Education secretary opens emergency grants to undocumented and international college students (Washington Post)
Numbers undercut Biden administration claims on ghost guns (Washington Times)
Crisis worsens: 178,622 attempted to cross the border illegally in April, most in two decades (Washington Examiner)
Job openings leaped above eight million in March, a new high (CNBC)
Missouri and Tennessee join states cutting pandemic payments (Reuters)
The wokest place on Earth: Disney mounts an internal campaign against “white privilege” and organizes racially segregated “affinity groups” (City Journal)
Judge dismisses NRA bankruptcy case in blow to gun group (AP)
Hamas lobs hundreds of rockets in 24 hours; Israel responds by attacking targets in Gaza (Fox News)
Policy: Biden’s patent waiver decision raises more problems than it solves (AEI)
Humor: Biden worried gas shortages may hurt Carter’s chances against Reagan (Babylon Bee)
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