Monday Executive News Summary
New Israeli PM, Austin shooting, Biden and Harris pander, border funds returned, and more.
Top of the Fold
Naftali Bennett sworn in as Israel’s 13th prime minister (Jerusalem Post) | Benjamin Netanyahu tries to go “scorched earth” in last speech, swipes at Biden administration over incompetent Iran policy (Fox News)
Government & Politics
Judge halts Biden administration’s discriminatory no-whites-allowed farmer debt relief program (Just the News)
Merrick Garland announces expansion of DOJ’s voting rights unit, vowing to scrutinize voting
restrictionsintegrity and ballot reviews (Washington Post)
Panderer-in-chief to sign bill making Pulse nightclub a national memorial five years after massacre (Washington Examiner) | Pandering continued: Kamala Harris slammed for marching in gay pride parade instead of visiting southern border (Washington Times)
White House returning $2 billion in Trump border wall funds to Pentagon (ABC News)
Military whistleblowers report leadership forcing “anti-American indoctrination” on them (The Federalist)
Health & Heartland
CDC holding emergency meeting on heart inflammation in young males after COVID shot (Fox News)
Novavax likely to add fourth COVID vaccine to U.S. arsenal (National Review)
42.6% of the U.S. population is “fully vaccinated” (Breitbart)
Florida Board of Education officially bans critical race theory from state classrooms (Just the News)
Policy: No, “systemic racism” is not why so many black kids are in foster care (AEI)
Policy: Can an employer mandate a COVID vaccination? (Daily Wire)
Humor: Disaster at G7 as Biden tackles Boris Johnson mistaking him for Trump (Babylon Bee)
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