Jordan Candler / September 21, 2021

Tuesday Executive News Summary

Upcoming Supreme Court cases, Biden agenda on precipice, refugee cap raised, and more.


  • Supreme Court to hear oral arguments challenging Roe v. Wade on December 1 (Washington Examiner)

  • Justices will also weigh New York’s limit on carrying a handgun (Washington Times)


  • Democrats/Leftmedia mistake horse reins for “whips” in Border Patrol footage (Post Millennial)

  • Joe Biden’s agenda is hanging by a thread as Democrats threaten to tank two major bills (BuzzFeed)

  • Only 49% think Biden is mentally stable enough to be president (Breitbart)


  • Shades of Donald Trump: Biden administration asks Pentagon to send military to border (Washington Examiner)

  • Biden to raise refugee admissions cap to 125,000 (Washington Post)

  • CIA chief team member reported Havana syndrome symptoms during trip to India (The Hill)

  • North Korea’s nuclear program going “full steam ahead,” IAEA says (Reuters)


  • Stateside COVID death toll surpasses 1918 flu fatalities (Axios)

  • U.S. to ease travel restrictions for vaccinated foreign visitors (CNBC)


  • S&P 500 fell 1.7% on Monday for its worst day since May; Dow sheds 600 points (CNBC)

  • The great holiday supply chain shortage (Axios)


  • “Back to square one”: Justin Trudeau’s liberals win Canada election but missed the majority in parliament (AP)

  • UK court decides kids under 16 can take puberty-blocking drugs without court approval (Daily Signal)


  • Civil suit filed against Texas doctor who violated abortion ban in the first test of law’s constitutionality (Washington Examiner)

  • Emmy viewers call out hypocrite celebs for not wearing masks and social distancing (Fox News)

  • Here’s how Chuck Schumer is trying to gaslight the GOP on debt (Daily Beast)

Closing Arguments

  • Policy: Heaping on the SALT: Democrats press Biden to reinstate a tax break for the wealthy (City Journal)

  • Policy: Why Taiwan matters to the world (Heritage Foundation)

  • Satire: Biden draws his largest rally ever in Del Rio, Texas (Genesius Times)

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