Tuesday Executive News Summary
Cuba’s defenders are silent, inflation warning, Haiti assassination mystery deepens, and more.
Government & Politics
Cuban regime’s biggest defenders in Congress silent on anti-communism protests (Free Beacon)
Democrat authoritarians reportedly pushing SMS carriers to crack down on vaccine “misinformation” spread through private messages (Daily Wire)
Carter’sBiden’s America”: Economists issue warning for Americans to “brace themselves” for years of inflation (Daily Wire)
A blind squirrel finds a nut: Biden upholds Trump rejection of the ChiComs’ South China Sea claim (AP)
Senate confirms Jen Easterly as head of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (Politico)
Florida suspect in Haiti president killing deepens mystery (Fox News)
Around the Nation
Chicago police retirements this year already top all of 2018, could end up among highest ever (Sun-Times) | Chicago gangsters outnumber cops 10 to 1 (Fox News) | Rapper shot 64 times moments after leaving Chicago jail (Fox News)
Good riddance: Critical Race Theory battles are driving out woke educators (NBC News)
Annals of the “Social Justice” Caliphate
- Activist group hangs “God Bless Abortion” banner on Christ of the Ozarks statue (Not the Bee)
- Governor Gavin Newsom suspends environmental rules to expand fossil fuel energy in heat wave (Breitbart)
FDA adds new warning on Johnson & Johnson vaccine related to rare autoimmune disorder (Washington Post)
G20 finance ministers sign off on economically harmful global minimum tax deal (Politico)
Policy: A truly progressive student loan policy (AEI)
Policy: Cuba is crying out. Will we listen? (National Review)
Humor: Bernie Sanders heads to Cuba to tell protesters to be more grateful for their excellent social programs (Babylon Bee)
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