Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Newsom Rebounds to Beat Back Recall in California

September 15 2021
Good morning from Washington, where constitutional scrutiny is on President Biden's decision to force millions of Americans to be vaccinated against COVID-19. On the podcast, Heritage Foundation legal scholar John Malcolm unpacks the basics. In California, voters opt not to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom by a wide margin. Fred Lucas has details. Plus: a Senate panel seeks answers on the botched U.S. exit from Afghanistan; Google rejects a pro-life group's ads; and three champions of freedom take home a big prize. On this date in 1978, boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans to claim the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time, becoming the first fighter ever to do so.
Newsom Rebounds to Beat Back Recall in California
By Fred Lucas

Gavin Newsom becomes only the second governor in American history to survive a recall, in an election that President Biden and other national Democrats helped pull out for him.
Is Biden's Vaccine Mandate Legal? Constitutional Expert Explains
By Virginia Allen

The president's new vaccine mandate requires all organizations with 100 employees or more either to test their employees weekly for COVID-19 or ensure they are vaccinated.
4 Highlights From Senate Hearing on Afghanistan Withdrawal
By Daily Signal Staff

Sens. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio are among those looking for answers from Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Bradley Prize Goes to Amity Shlaes, Roger Ream, Mollie Hemingway
By Douglas Blair

The annual Bradley Prize spotlights individuals whose ideas and work shape effective public policy and promote freedom and prosperity.
Pro-Life Group Says Google Banned Its Ads in 'Dramatic and Unprecedented Move'
By Mary Margaret Olohan

"They aren't hiding their bias anymore," says Lila Rose, Live Action president. "Google's censorship baldly reveals that the corporation is in the pocket of the abortion industry."
Arizona Becomes First State to Challenge Constitutionality of Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
By Virginia Allen

"This lawsuit is about … the fact that the Biden administration has no authority under the Constitution to mandate COVID-19 vaccines. Period," says Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

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