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The FDA and CDC say it's OK to mix and match COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots, and in some cases it's preferred. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Which one?
Upheaval in Haiti is a product of its fractious politics, and those politics are deeply entwined with U.S. influence. LA Times
VOA VIEW: The left is US influence.
City Council candidate Tiffany Cabán has some swag to sell that's right in line with her Socialist point of view. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Caban should not win.


Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ripped moderate Democratic leaders who refuse to back far left-leaning party candidates for elected office, calling their behavior "embarrassing." New York Post
VOA VIEW: AOC is an idiot.
Guns should not be part of sets, writes on director. Visual effects are "affordable and creates an excellent facsimile of a gun being fired," New York Post
VOA VIEW: Very few accidents or mistakes should not be the call of change.
The president pushed for an expansive agenda knowing that he would most likely have to pare it back, leaving a sense of disappointment that could hurt his party at the polls. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Spending is total madness.
Company documents show that the social network’s employees repeatedly raised red flags about the spread of misinformation and conspiracies before and after the contested November vote. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Facebook should be seriously investigated.
Four years after the first Havana Syndrome cases emerged, the US still doesn't know who is behind the attacks on diplomats and intelligence officers.       USA Today
As Terry McAuliffe battles Republican Glenn Youngkin in Virginia, Barack Obama and Kamala Harris are trying to galvanize Black voters in a tight race.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: Dems want to control blacks.


In 2019, a Facebook staffer created two fictitious accounts to see what content the platform recommended. What the research found was alarming.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: Again, Facebook must be taken down.
The CDC added mental health disorders last week to the list of underlying medical conditions associated with a higher risk of severe COVID-19.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: COVID is the cause of all medical problems - according to medical fools.
Former President Barack Obama painted Republican Glenn Youngkin as being out-of-touch with the middle class, urging voters to turn out for Democrat Terry McAuliffe during a Richmond stump speech on Saturday. Mr. Obama, who spoke in front of the Virginia Commonwealth University’s library, centered his speech around taking ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Obama is the one who is out-of-touch.
Republican Reps. Jim Banks and Marjorie Taylor Greene were dinged by Twitter this week for saying that Rachel Levine, a transgender Biden administration official, was a man. Mr. Banks of Indiana said Saturday that his official account was suspended after he tweeted, “The title of first female four-star officer gets ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Twitter should be sued like all other companies.

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Paid sick leave. Taxpayer-funded community college. A phased-in $15 minimum wage. New Jersey has taken a decidedly liberal shift under first-term Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy, increasing income taxes on the wealthy, expanding voting rights and tightening the state's already restrictive gun laws. It’s a notable change ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Murphy should be defeated.
The Border Patrol set its all-time annual record for arrests along the southern border in fiscal year 2021, according to new data Friday that puts a grim exclamation point on President Biden’s stewardship of the boundary. The 1,659,206 arrests recorded over the last 12 months tops fiscal year 2000, the ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: US security is in danger.
Congressional Democrats are weighing a new tax on the income and assets of the nation’s leading billionaires — a provision many believe can help get President Biden’s multi-trillion-dollar expansion of the federal safety net across the finish line. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, is drafting the ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: All would be taxed under Dems.


It's forecast to hit Mexico’s southern Pacific coast by Monday. ABC
Some workers quit their jobs, defying what they call intrusive vaccine mandates. ABC
VOA VIEW: What's the next mandate - flue vaccine?
Under the new program, groups of at least five individuals could apply to become "sponsor circles" that would be responsible for resettling Afghan evacuees. CBS
According to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who are already fully vaccinated are showing up to get their COVID booster shot in greater numbers than those not yet vaccinated. This comes after the FDA on Wednesday granted emergency use authorization to vaccine booster shots from Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, clearing the way for millions to be eligible for extra protection against the coronavirus. CBS
Democrats are fine-tuning their plan B as they edge closer to a deal for President Biden's $3.5 trillion Build Back Better plan. The amount Congress wants to spend on the measure has dropped significantly, forcing Mr. Biden to make concessions to get it passed. CBS
VOA VIEW: Dems have a hard sell.

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Ever since the last flight of the Concorde two decades ago, commercial airline passengers have been limited to subsonic speeds. Now, one Denver-based company hopes to build a plane that can fly at Mach 1.7, which is about twice the speed of the typical passenger jet. CBS
The Food and Drug Administration said a kid-sized Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine dose is highly effective for children 5 to 11 years old. Also, a series of storms are expected to hit the West and bring heavy winds and rain. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. CBS
VOA VIEW: Does anyone know the truth?
A parent activist who has trained hundreds of concerned parents across the country to run for school board themselves told Fox News that parents will not accept the National School Board Association's “disingenuous” apology after it compared parents to domestic terrorists in a letter to the Biden administration. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The NSBA are covering their ass.

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A Minneapolis police officer has been charged with manslaughter and vehicular homicide for a crash in July that killed an innocent motorist while the officer was pursuing a stolen vehicle, a prosecutor announced Friday. FOX News
VOA VIEW: That is why qualified immunity is necessary.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday that 10 ambassadors from Western countries, including the United States, were not welcome in the country. UPI
The White House postponed release of documents related to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy to allow more time for redactions amid the pandemic. UPI
VOA VIEW: What needs to be hidden?
The U.S. military conducted a drone strike in northwest Syria, killing a senior al-Qaida leader, U.S. Central Command announced. UPI
The U.S. Border Patrol broke an all-time record with nearly 1.66 million arrests on the U.S.-Mexico border in fiscal year 2021. UPI
VOA VIEW: Bad for national security.

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October 25, 2021

     Too many are flocking to the left. As the Nov. 2 ballot’s highest-profile contest, the battle for Virginia’s governorship has become a referendum on the Big Government approach of the out-of-touch, Democrat Left. As Virginia’s chief executive from 2014 to 2018, former Democrat National Chairman and consigliere to the Clinton crime family, few people epitomize establishment socialism better than Terry McAuliffe

     Glenn Youngkin, McAuliffe’s ascendant opponent, is a quintessential Republican office seeker. This successful outsider aims to harness his private-sector success and rein in a runaway public sector that has betrayed its citizens. Youngkin was co-CEO of the Carlyle Group financial house before this, his first, race. McAuliffe and Youngkin are tied at 46 percent each, according to an Oct. 16-19 Monmouth University survey of 1,005 registered Virginia voters. (Margin of error: +/- 3.1 percent.) While 91 percent of Democrats backed McAuliffe, 94 percent of Republicans supported Youngkin, as did 48 percent of independents versus 39 percent for McAuliffe. Just 6 percent of blacks favored Youngkin; 80 percent picked McAuliffe. But 32 percent of Hispanics stood with Youngkin, vs. 58 percent with McAuliffe. Youngkin must win.  A message must be sent to all America.