Thursday Executive News Summary
Trump’s class action lawsuits, IRS acquiesces, election integrity win, and more.
Top of the Fold
Government & Politics
Friendly fire: Washington Post fact-checker debunks Biden admin’s pathetic claim that Republicans support defunding the police (Daily Wire)
What’s behind the oil squabble in the Gulf? Divergent OPEC strategies (Morning Brew)
Around the Nation
“We will continue to meet them and beat them in court”: District court swats away private Georgia election bill lawsuit (National Review)
Surfside condo collapse search efforts turn from rescue to recovery; death toll at 54 (CBS Miami)
Capitol fencing will finally come down as soon as Friday (Washington Examiner)
Judge says Air Force is mostly responsible for a 2017 Texas church shooting (NPR)
Series of attacks target U.S. personnel in Iraq and Syria (Reuters)
This 1963 report on how the Communist Party wanted to take over America is so relevant for today that it’s unreal (Not the Bee)
Good news, criminals: Manhattan’s next DA has your back (National Review)
Policy: The new child tax credit: Welfare administered by the IRS (National Review)
Policy: Deprivation is not simply a material matter (Education Next)
Humor: Updated death certificates require choosing between COVID, climate change, or systemic racism as cause of death (Babylon Bee)
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