Tuesday Executive News Summary
Inflation bomb, military vaccine mandate, Rashida Tlaib’s double standard, and more.
Government & Politics
Inflation bomb: Chuck Schumer announces “agreement for final passage” of infrastructure bill (Fox Business)
Free community college, preschool, and amnesty for millions: Senate unveils $3.5 trillion budget plan (Washington Examiner)
Mitch McConnell says GOP won’t help Dems finance “socialist shopping list” in debt-ceiling standoff (National Review)
Defense secretary to mandate non-FDA-approved COVID vaccine for U.S. military by September 15 (Fox News)
Double standards: Rashida Tlaib seen dancing at indoor wedding without mask after slamming Rand Paul for “throwing a tantrum as his state is being swallowed whole by this virus” (NY Post)
Around the Nation
Chicago cops turn their backs to Mayor Lightfoot after two officers shot, one fatally (Fox News)
How scared is Gavin Newsom of Larry Elder? The governor is cleaning trash off streets for photo ops ahead of narrowing recall election (Washington Examiner)
What could possibly go wrong? Oregon governor signs bill suspending math and reading proficiency requirements for high school graduates (Fox News)
Florida school officials could lose salaries over mask mandates (Washington Examiner)
Identity politics didn’t go over well in the Census: “Experts” puzzled by high rate of unanswered questions (AP)
Job openings jump to record high 10.1 million (Breitbart)
Eight things children are more likely to die from than COVID-19 (FEE)
Tokyo Olympics ratings spiral by 42%, spelling trouble for traditional TV (Axios)
Policy: The Democrats’ radical $3.5 trillion agenda (National Review)
Policy: The case against the Senate infrastructure agreement (National Review)
Satire: Obama’s massive birthday party concludes with fireworks reading, “Stay home, stay safe” (Babylon Bee)
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