Jordan Candler / December 2, 2021

Thursday Executive News Summary

Dobbs v. Jackson, commie COVID restrictions, Biden approval plummets, and more.

Supreme Court: Dobbs v. Jackson

  • High Court hears arguments in biggest abortion case since Roe. Here are the key takeaways. (Daily Signal)

  • A tale of two women: Justice Amy Coney Barrett, a mother of seven and an adoptee, brings up adoption laws (Daily Wire), while Justice Sonia Sotomayor vilely compares unborn babies to braindead people reacting to stimuli (Daily Wire)

  • Speaking of vile: Pro-abortionists pop “abortion pills” during SCOTUS demonstration (Washington Examiner)

  • Susan B. Anthony List president: “Realistic hope” Roe “will be overturned” (Daily Wire)

Health

  • Most commie restrictions yet: Biden admin considering mandatory quarantine for Americans returning from abroad (National Review)

  • Jen Psaki on boss’s promise to “shut down the virus”: “We need the American people [read: rubes] to do more” (Daily Wire)

  • Nearly 10,000 service members requested religious waiver for COVID vaccine (Washington Times)

Security

  • Facepalm: Pentagon chief says Guardsmen who refuse vaccine cannot train (AP)

  • Del Rio Sector encountering migrants from 106 different countries (CBP.gov)

  • Better late than never: U.S. and Mexico reach deal to restart Trump’s productive “Remain in Mexico” program (Washington Post)

  • 600,000 cyber job openings: U.S. faces urgent anti-hacker crisis (Axios)

  • Russia boots U.S. embassy staffers amid diplomatic row, Ukraine tension (New York Post)

Politics

  • Lawmakers reach deal on stopgap spending bill, but hurdles remain (AP) | Republican rebels force Chuck Schumer to choose between shutdown and Biden’s vaccine mandate (Washington Times)

  • Trafalgar Group: Joe Biden’s approval rating plummets to 36.3% (Post Millennial)

  • Kamala Harris (who has an even worse approval rating) losing another top adviser as dysfunction swirls (Fox News)

  • Envisioning the red wave all the way from Oregon: House Transportation Chair becomes 19th Democrat to announce exit from Nancy Pelosi’s majority (Washington Times)

“Social Justice”

  • Racism alert: Black Lives Matter calls for month-long boycott of “white companies” (Fox Business)

  • Male swimmer dominates UPenn’s women’s swim team (PJ Media)

  • ASU students protest over Kyle Rittenhouse even after he drops enrollment (Washington Examiner)

Notables

  • First omicron case found in U.S. (Washington Examiner)

  • “QAnon Shaman” files for appeal of sentence for Capitol riot (Washington Times)

  • Stacey Abrams running for reelection Georgia governor in 2022 (AJC)

  • Grassy knoll? Alec Baldwin says he did not pull the trigger in fatal “Rust” shooting incident (Fox News)

Profiles of Integrity

  • WTA suspends tournaments in China amid Peng Shuai safety concerns (Independent)

Closing Arguments

  • Policy: Omicron shows why it’s time to move on from COVID restrictions (National Review)

  • Policy: Biden must counter Putin’s Ukraine threat (National Review)

  • Humor: CNN welcomes Andrew Cuomo as replacement for Chris Cuomo (Babylon Bee)

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