Saturday, September 25, 2021

6 Takeaways From Findings of Arizona Election Audit

September 25 2021
Good morning from Washington, where President Biden tries to find the words to pull his party together and push through a massive spending bill. Fred Lucas reports on the president's head-scratching remarks on the cost to taxpayers. Lucas also has the basics on Arizona's election audit, which affirms Biden's win there but raises nagging questions. Plus: the left turns on the notorious RBG; the president enjoys a media safety net; and why Gen Z should embrace the Gipper. On this date in 1789, the first U.S. Congress approves 12 amendments to the Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights, and sends them to the states for ratification. 
6 Takeaways From Findings of Arizona Election Audit
By Fred Lucas

The election audit in Maricopa County finds procedural problems such as duplication of ballots and potential for fraud.
Even RBG Can't Escape Censorship From New Leftists
By Nicole Russell

American Civil Liberties Union changed a quote from Ginsburg to substitute "person" for "woman", tweeting "The decision whether or not to bear a child is central to a [person's] life."
Biden Struggles to Corral His Party Over Trillions in Spending
By Fred Lucas

President Biden is facing a divided party as more centrist Democrats express concern about the price tag of the $3.5 trillion spending bill, which is largely a wish list from progressives.
Twitter and the 'Fact-Checkers' Line Up for Biden
By Tim Graham

President Biden can uncork lies, such as calling the GOP-backed Georgia election integrity law "Jim Crow on steroids," and get a free pass.
4 Reasons Reagan Should Matter to Millennials, Gen Z
By Virginia Allen

n 1987, as president, Reagan stood on a stage at the Kiwanis International National Convention and said that "freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction."
ICYMI: The Hunter Biden Cover-Up Is a Scandal
By David Harsanyi

The cover-up of Hunter Biden's emails may not be the most contemptible example of the modern political media's corruption, but it is probably the most demonstrable.

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