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11:00 AM ET, September 10, 2021


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Washington Post:
Biden announces sweeping new vaccine mandates for businesses, federal workers  —  President Biden announced sweeping new coronavirus vaccine mandates Thursday designed to affect tens of millions of Americans, ordering all businesses with more than 100 employees to require their workers to be immunized or face weekly testing.
Robby Soave / New York Times:
Biden's Vaccine Mandate Is a Big Mistake  —  Mr. Soave, a senior editor at Reason, has written extensively about law, public policy and free speech.  —  There's one person that President Biden desperately needs to consult about his new federal vaccine mandate: President-elect Biden.
John Podhoretz / New York Post:
Joe Biden's incoherent, fear-mongering COVID vaccine speech  —  MORE FROM:  —  Joe Biden's speech on COVID was bizarrely incoherent.  —  He told the American people without qualification that fully vaccinated people are at incredibly low risk: “Only 1 out of every 160,000 fully vaccinated Americans …
The White House:
President Biden's COVID-19 Plan  —  President Biden is implementing a six-pronged, comprehensive national strategy that employs the same science-based approach that was used to successfully combat previous variants of COVID-19 earlier this year.  This plan will ensure that we are using every available tool …
Patricia McCarthy / American Thinker:   Biden's vaccine mandate speech!
Kevin D. Williamson / New York Times:
The Trump Coup Is Still Raging  —  Mr. Williamson writes extensively about politics and more at National Review.  —  What happened at the Capitol on Jan. 6 was not a coup attempt.  It was half of a coup attempt — the less important half.  —  The more important part of the coup attempt …
Discussion: and Raw Story
Betsy Woodruff Swan / Politico:
Hundreds of law enforcement officials were prepped early for potential Jan. 6 violence  —  Just two days before armed rioters stormed and ransacked the Capitol, about 300 law enforcement officials got on a conference call to talk about the possibility that Donald Trump's supporters would turn violent on Jan. 6.
Discussion: The Daily Beast
ABC News:
Fence going up around US Capitol, as law enforcement braces for Sept. 18 protest
Discussion: Politico
Wall Street Journal:
Journalism Schools Leave Graduates With Hefty Student Loans  —  Students take on debt for master's degrees in hope of news jobs even as opportunities diminish  —  News reporting has lost thousands of jobs over the past decade, with a further slide predicted.
Phil Willon / Los Angeles Times:
New poll finds Newsom could easily beat recall thanks to motivated Democrats  —  Momentum has turned strongly against the effort to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom with just days to go before voting ends, a change that comes after a deluge of political ads and support from leading Democrats …
Discussion: Politico, Election Law Blog and CNN
Reid Wilson / The Hill:
Opposition to California recall widens in new poll
John Nichols / The Nation:
Susan Collins, Brett Kavanaugh, and Texas's Abortion Ban  —  Collins cleared the way for Kavanaugh's appointment to the Supreme Court, and Kavanaugh cleared the way for this new assault on reproductive rights.  —  Susan Collins recognizes that the Texas law banning abortion after the first six weeks …
CNN launches new polling methodology  —  (CNN)The landscape of political polling is changing, and so too is the way CNN carries out its polls.  Beginning with Friday's newly released CNN poll conducted by SSRS, the network is implementing a new methodology for measuring public opinion.
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Dan Bloom /
Britain will now see ‘permanent food shortages’ and it's ‘going to get worse’  —  Food and Drink Federation chief Ian Wright said the country won't run out of food, but the days of shoppers knowing they can get whatever they like at the supermarket are gone forever
Trump's House GOP enemies get boost from McCarthy's leadership team  —  ‘Disgraceful’: Former President Trump's niece reacts to what he's doing on 9/11  —  (CNN)House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and his leadership team are quietly working to prop up some of the GOP incumbents targeted …
Discussion: Insider, Raw Story and Political Wire
Krishnadev Calamur / NPR:
Breyer Warns Against Remaking The Court: ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’  —  U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has a warning to those who want to remake the court: Be careful what you wish for.  —  In his new book, The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics …
Discussion: HotAir and The Daily Caller
Krishnadev Calamur / NPR:
Progressives Want Justice Stephen Breyer To Retire. His Response? Not Yet
Jordan Green / Raw Story:
Ex-Marines in neo-Nazi terror cell planned to attack power grid as precursor to assassination campaign: government  —  A neo-Nazi terror cell enmeshed in the US Marine Corps made plans to attack the power grid last fall, hoping the could set the stage to carry out assassinations in their quest …
They Created Our Post-9/11 World.  Here's What They Think They Got Wrong.  —  The sense of vulnerability and fear — yes, terror — was palpable.  In the hours and days after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the consensus was that more deadly attacks were being prepped.
Alex Thompson / Politico:
Andrew Yang to launch a third party  —  Former presidential and New York mayoral candidate Andrew Yang is set to launch a third party next month, according to two people familiar with the matter.  —  Yang is expected to start the party in conjunction with the Oct. 5 release of his new book …
Karoun Demirjian / Washington Post:
Americans refuse to leave Afghanistan without their families as evacuation flights resume  —  In the days and weeks before the U.S. military's hectic departure from Afghanistan, two former interpreters for the American military already resettled in the United States — one a naturalized U.S. citizen …
Washington Examiner:
Biden's lies keep coming amid his Afghan evacuation debacle
Discussion: Breitbart and Reuters
Washington Post:
False, toxic Sept. 11 conspiracy theories are still widespread today  —  The facts of Sept. 11, 2001, are uncontested: Terrorists hijacked four jetliners, flew two into the World Trade Center and one into the Pentagon, while passengers on the fourth plane helped crash it in Pennsylvania.
Matthew Continetti / Washington Free Beacon:
Year 20  —  “National character does not change in a day,” wrote Charles Krauthammer in an essay marking the first anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.  “September 11 did not alter the American character, it revealed it.  It allowed—it forced—the emergence …
Jonathan Edwards / Washington Post:
An alleged Capitol rioter says his ankle monitor beeps too loudly.  He wants a judge to let him remove it.  —  Potential customers eyeing Supreme Aluminum Florida's handiwork might have been wowed by the construction company's poolside pergolas or outdoor grilling enclaves.
Discussion: Raw Story
Matthew Cooper / Washington Monthly:
The Lost Journalistic World of 9/11  —  The mainstream press was far from perfect.  But before the era of “hot takes,” information silos, steep budget cuts, and ugly charges of “fake news,” it had strengths that we need now.  —  I was getting a late start, which wasn't uncommon at newsmagazines early in the week.
Discussion: National Review and The Federalist
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David Brooks / New York Times:
When Dictators Find God
Discussion: Althouse
Ashton Pittman / Mississippi Free Press:
In Mississippi, Fetal Deaths Double Among Unvaccinated Pregnant Women With COVID-19
Discussion: Washington Post and ArkansasTimes
Steve Benen / MSNBC:
Officials face ‘a sustained campaign of intimidation’ from the far-right
 Earlier Items: 
Ross Williams / Georgia Recorder:
Georgia's rural Trump-supporting turf drags down state's COVID vaccination rank
Howard Blume / Los Angeles Times:
L.A. school officials order sweeping student vaccine mandate, a first by a major district
Philip Caldwell / Washington Free Beacon:
Biden Will Not Deliver Live Remarks on 9/11 Anniversary
Discussion: Power Line and Fox News
Peter Savodnik / Common Sense with Bari Weiss:
The American Aristocracy Tries to Fight Racism. It's Not Working.
David Corn / Mother Jones:
The Best Holocaust Movie You Haven't Been Able to See—Yet
Ryan J. Reilly / HuffPost:
FBI Seizes Phone Of Oath Keepers Lawyer In ‘Seditious Conspiracy’ Investigation
Discussion: Raw Story, CNN and Mother Jones