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5:45 PM ET, July 17, 2021

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Brooke Staggs / Orange County Register:
As protests mount, Reps. Gaetz, Greene move America First rally back to Orange County  —  Rally is now slated to take place Saturday night in Anaheim.  It's the third location for the controversial GOP Congress members.  —  Update: The Anaheim event was canceled on Saturday morning.
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Alaina Demopoulos / The Daily Beast:
No One in California Wants to Host Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene's Rally  —  Three venues in California have now bailed on the pair, leaving them orphaned just hours before a Saturday evening rally.  —  Republican Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene hoped the third time might …
Discussion: Mother Jones
CBS Los Angeles:
‘America First’ Rally Supposed To Be Held In Anaheim Cancelled For Third Time  —  ANAHEIM (CBSLA) - Saturday evening's “America First” rally at the Anaheim Event Center has been canceled.  Anaheim officials say they expressed safety concerns with the private venue, and the operators shared those concerns.
Discussion: Mediaite, Insider and NOQ Report
Andrew Solender / Forbes:
Another California Venue Cancels Plans To Host Marjorie Taylor Greene And Matt Gaetz After Local Outcry  —  Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) were forced to change the location of their upcoming California rally for a second time Friday after a Convention Center …
Discussion: Mediaite, Raw Story and Insider
Austin American-Statesman:
3 Texas Democrats test positive for COVID-19 in Washington, D.C.  —  Nicole Cobler Madlin MekelburgAustin American-Statesman  —  WASHINGTON — Three Texas House Democrats have tested positive for COVID-19 from Washington, D.C., according to Texas House Democratic Caucus leadership.
James Pindell Globe / The Boston Globe:
At the kickoff event of the 2024 presidential race, Trump voters in Iowa say they are ready to move on  —  DES MOINES — If ever there was a political bloc that could be counted on to hold a candle for Donald Trump, it would seem to be white evangelical Christians, who maintained a near-uniform front …
Discussion: Raw Story, HotAir and CNN
Maureen Dowd / New York Times:
Slip Sliding Away From History  —  WASHINGTON — It is a hoary tradition: Outfox history, if you can.  —  You might call this maneuver: I really wasn't the horrible person I was.  I want to be remembered as the person I want you to think I was.  —  Distancing from failure or embarrassment is part of every politico's skill set.
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Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
The media scramble at the heart of Trump Book Summer
Andrew C. McCarthy / National Review:
The Latest ‘Stolen Election’ Stunt's Lesson: Move On from Trump — or Lose  —  A new spat between Bill Barr and a former U.S. attorney is yet more proof that relitigating 2020 will only drag the GOP down.  —  n Thursday, I had a column on the homepage about House minority leader Kevin McCarthy's dithering …
Discussion: HotAir and Crooks and Liars
The White House:
Statement by President Joe Biden on DACA and Legislation for Dreamers … In 2012, the Obama-Biden Administration created the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, which has allowed hundreds of thousands of young immigrants to remain in the United States, to live, study, and work in our communities.
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Bloomberg Law:
Texas Senate Votes to Remove Required Lessons on Civil Rights  —  The Texas Senate on Friday passed legislation that would end requirements that public schools include writings on women's suffrage and the civil rights movement in social studies classes.  —  Among the figures whose works …
Discussion: The Root
New York Times:
As Frozen Land Burns, Siberia Fears: 'If We Don't Have the Forest, We Don't Have Life'  —  Northeastern Siberia is a place where people take Arctic temperatures in stride.  But 100-degree days are another matter entirely.  —  MAGARAS, Russia — The call for help lit up villagers' phones …
New York Times:
Collapse Raises New Fears About Florida's Shaky Insurance Market  —  Insurers were already skittish after losses from repeated hurricanes.  The recent condo collapse has brought new insecurity.  How long will Florida's coast be insurable?  —  Steve Rosenthal escaped with his life …
John Wright / Raw Story:
Texas man who called vaccines ‘poison’ dies from COVID-19 after spending 17 days on a ventilator  —  A 54-year-old Texas man who thought COVID-19 vaccines were “poison” died from the virus last month, and was buried by his wife and three sons on Father's Day.
Discussion: WWL-TV and Joe.My.God.
Shane Goldmacher / New York Times:
Democrats See Edge in Early Senate Map as Trump Casts Big Shadow  —  Early fund-raising totals provide Democrats cause for optimism in key states as Republicans split over how closely to align with Donald Trump's preferences.  But historical trends work against the party in power.
The Economist:
Joe Biden is determined that China should not displace America  —  His China policy is looking even tougher than Donald Trump's  —  America must focus on “blunting Chinese power and order and building the foundations for us power and order”.  That, at least, is the message of a recent book by Rush Doshi …
Discussion: Washington Post
Politico:
Strange but true: Bernie takes a ‘very pragmatic’ turn  —  Bernie Sanders gave Washington whiplash this week — and it was all part of his plan.  —  Barely 24 hours after the Vermont senator publicly rejected a $3.5 trillion spending deal following a Monday meeting with President Joe Biden …
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Aaron Blake / Washington Post:
Fox News's embarrassing blunder in the White House briefing room  —  The White House press briefing room has been a little more boring over the past six months, which is probably a good thing.  But there are occasional fireworks, mostly when Fox News's Peter Doocy asks press secretary Jen Psaki …
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BBC:
Covid misinformation on Facebook is killing people - Biden
New York Times:
'They're Killing People': Biden Denounces Social Media for Virus Disinformation
 
 
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USA Today:
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Discussion: CNN and Forbes
Matt Taibbi / TK News:
Meet the Censored: Matt Orfalea
Kenneth Rogoff / Financial Times:
Don't panic: a little inflation is no bad thing
Juana Summers / NPR:
Voting Rights Activists Think Biden's Actions Fall Short Of His Dire Warnings
The Hill:
A failure to act on climate is not an option
 Earlier Items: 
Joanna Weiss / Politico:
Reality TV Has Remade Our Politics. But Just for One Party.
Discussion: Outside the Beltway
Roger Sollenberger / The Daily Beast:
GOP Candidate Lifts Language From Dem Opponent's Op-Ed
Discussion: Raw Story and Political Wire
Michael Pack / Washington Examiner:
Beyond bias  —  The media used to be biased, presenting news that favored the political proclivities of those doing the reporting.
Nicholas Wallace / Slate:
The Federalist Society Remains Rife With Insurrectionists. Its Leaders Don't Care.
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