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Hugo Lowell / The Guardian:
Trump called aides hours before Capitol riot to discuss how to stop Biden victory  —  Sources tell Guardian Trump pressed lieutenants at Willard hotel in Washington about ways to delay certification of election result  —  Hours before the deadly attack on the US Capitol this year …
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CNN:
First on CNN: Meadows cooperating with January 6 investigators  —  (CNN)Donald Trump's former chief of staff Mark Meadows is cooperating with the House select committee investigating the January 6 riot and is providing records and agreeing to appear for an initial interview, CNN first reported Tuesday.
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Trump's coverup of his Jan. 6 corruption takes an ominous new turn  —  As the Jan. 6 select committee investigation gathers momentum, Donald Trump has gotten several cronies to refuse to testify by invoking “executive privilege.”  That's absurd on its face: Much of the information Trump wants …
Discussion: Raw Story, New York Times and Politico
Greg Bluestein / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
House committee probing Jan. 6 riot interviews Georgia's top elections official  —  Georgia's top elections official was interviewed for more than four hours Tuesday by a panel of U.S. House lawmakers investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by a pro-Donald Trump mob as it widens a probe into the causes of the insurrection.
Discussion: Washington Post
Politico:
Appeals court judges poised to reject Trump's effort to withhold Jan. 6 documents  —  Three federal appellate judges appear likely to reject Donald Trump's effort to block Jan. 6 investigators from obtaining his White House records — a big potential boost for lawmakers hoping to reveal …
Mariana Alfaro / Washington Post:
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows cooperating with Jan. 6 committee
Jose Pagliery / The Daily Beast:
Trump Never Got Another Classified Intelligence Briefing After Jan. 6
Discussion: Raw Story and Insider
Associated Press:
Ex-Trump aide Meadows cooperating with House Jan. 6 panel
Discussion: ABC News, Al Jazeera and CBS News
Dr. Mehmet Oz / Washington Examiner:
Why I'm running to be a senator from Pennsylvania  —  We are angry at our government and at each other.  —  We have not managed our crises as effectively as past generations.  During the pandemic, I learned that when you mix politics and medicine, you get politics instead of solutions.
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Associated Press:
Sources: Dr. Oz plans to run for Senate seat in Pennsylvania  —  HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Dr. Mehmet Oz, the celebrity heart surgeon best known as the host of TV's Dr. Oz Show after rocketing to fame on Oprah Winfrey's show, is planning to run for Pennsylvania's open U.S. Senate seat as a Republican …
Daniel Summers / The Daily Beast:
Please Don't Elect Dr. Oz—He's a Disgrace to Our Profession  —  Dr. Oz is running for Senate in Pennsylvania.  “I greet this prospect with the same enthusiasm I'd have for contracting dysentery,” writes Dr. Daniel Summers. … Can we please not do this, Pennsylvania?  —  By “this,” I mean send Mehmet Oz to the Senate.
Trip Gabriel / New York Times:
Dr. Oz Says He's Running for Senate in Pennsylvania
Discussion: Insider and Human Events
Andrew Kaczynski / CNN:
Another video shows Lauren Boebert suggesting Ilhan Omar was terrorist  —  (CNN)Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado suggested to a crowd in September that Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, whom she called “black-hearted” and “evil,” was a terrorist.
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Dominick Mastrangelo / The Hill:
Greene calls fellow Republican ‘trash’ of GOP conference
Washington Post:
Prosecutors demanded records of Sidney Powell's fundraising groups as part of criminal probe  —  A subpoena issued by the U.S. Attorney's Office in D.C. sought communications and other documents related to fundraising and accounting by Defending the Republic
Discussion: Raw Story
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The Daily Beast:   Feds Are Asking Questions About Sidney Powell and Her Pro-Trump Group
Twitter:
Expanding our private information policy to include media  —  As part of our ongoing efforts to build tools with privacy and security at the core, we're updating our existing private information policy and expanding its scope to include “private media.”  Under our existing policy …
Jamie Smyth / Financial Times:
Moderna chief predicts existing vaccines will struggle with Omicron  —  Stéphane Bancel foresees ‘material drop’ in current jabs' effectiveness, sending stocks and oil prices lower  —  The chief executive of Moderna has predicted that existing vaccines will be much less effective …
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Detroit News:
Three dead, six hurt in Oxford High shooting; 15-year-old in custody  —  Oxford — Three students were killed Tuesday and six others wounded in an afternoon shooting at Oxford High School, Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe said.  —  The shooter, a 15-year-old sophomore, is in custody, McCabe added during a news conference.
Julia Marsh / New York Post:
De Blasio opening first legal shooting galleries for drug users in the US  —  With just four weeks left in office, Mayor Bill de Blasio is opening the country's first supervised shooting galleries in Upper Manhattan — amid a spike in overdose deaths and disturbing scenes of junkies shooting up on public sidewalks.
Discussion: Breitbart
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Ross Douthat / New York Times:
The Case Against Abortion  —  A striking thing about the American abortion debate is how little abortion itself is actually debated.  The sensitivity and intimacy of the issue, the mixed feelings of so many Americans, mean that most politicians and even many pundits really don't like to talk about it.
Jonathan V. Last / Bulwark+:
Phony!  Phoni!  Phoné!  —  Chris Christie fails.  Again.  —  1. Chris Christie Is Nobody  —  Spoiler: I'm going to poleaxe Chris Christie in a minute.  But first, I want to acknowledge that he presents a genuine moral dilemma. … Welcoming people who previously collaborated …
Discussion: Shore News Network and PRESS RUN
Edward McKinley / Houston Chronicle:
Gov. Abbott says he can ‘guarantee the lights will stay on’ this winter in Texas  —  Gov. Greg Abbott promised that the state's electric grid would be able to withstand pressures caused by any potential winter storm that occurs this year in a television interview Friday.  —  “Listen, very confident about the grid.
Discussion: NBC News and The Texas Tribune
Catherine Rampell / Washington Post:
Red states are now paying people not to get vaccinated  —  Once upon a time, states debated whether to pay people to get vaccinated.  Now, some red states are paying people not to get vaccinated, by cutting checks to workers who quit or are fired because they refuse covid-19 shots.
Josh Rogin / Washington Post:
Space Force General: China and Russia attacking U.S. space assets ‘every day’  —  When Russia blows up a satellite in space with a missile (as it did this month), or when China tests a new hypersonic missile (as it did last month), the ongoing arms race in space leaps into the news.
Discussion: The Nation
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Aaron Blake / Washington Post:
How Biden and Trump actually compare on coronavirus deaths
Discussion: The Federalist and IJR
A.O. Scott / New York Times:
Tony Kushner, Oracle of the Upper West Side  —  When Steven Spielberg asked Kushner, America's most important living playwright, to take on ‘West Side Story,’ he thought, 'He's lost his mind.' But he dared.  —  To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.
Konrad Putzier / Wall Street Journal:
Metaverse Real Estate Piles Up Record Sales in Sandbox and Other Virtual Realms  —  Firms' purchases of digital land in online worlds are bets that property values will rise as more people join in  —  The latest hot real-estate market isn't on the scenic coasts or in balmy Sunbelt cities.
Brian Flood / Fox Business:
New Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal once said company is ‘not to be bound by the First Amendment’  —  ‘Our role is to serve a healthy public conversation and our moves are reflective of things that we believe lead to a healthier public conversation,’ Agrawal said in 2020
Adam Gurri / Liberal Currents:
Liberal Democracy and the Federal System  —  The American federal system and the various Supreme Courts that have defended its boundaries impose firm limitations on what system-wide reforms are possible.  To many it seems impossible to make any meaningful improvement to American governance without amending …
Jacob Magid / The Times of Israel:
He led IDF intel gathering on Iran, was ignored and fears Israel is now paying price  —  Danny Citrinowicz, ex-head of Military Intelligence research, says politicians' inability to adopt a nuanced approach led to ‘colossal’ policy failure, sped up Tehran's nuke effort
Discussion: Defense One and The New Arab
Lizzie Johnson / Washington Post:
They trusted a coach with their girls and Ivy League ambitions.  Now he's accused of sex abuse. … The rowing season had already ended by the time the seven girls began drafting a letter that they hoped would get their coach fired.  —  They'd spent years competing for the crew team affiliated …
Timothy P. Carney / Washington Examiner:
Maryland Democrats are advancing hideously gerrymandered congressional map  —  You may not know this, but the most gerrymandered congressional map in America is in Maryland right now, drawn to give Democrats 88% of the congressional delegation in a state where Democrats win at most 66% of the vote.
Jazz Shaw / HotAir:
AMA bringing dangerous levels of wokeness into the medical profession  —  Continuing a dangerous trend that we've been observing for some time now, the American Medical Association (AMA) and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) have been working to change both admission standards …
Jennifer Szalai / New York Times:
‘Looking for the Good War’ Says Our Nostalgia for World War II Has Done Real Harm … When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission.  —  Toward the end of “Looking for the Good War,” Elizabeth D. Samet's discerning new book about the gauzy mythology …
 
 
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Politico:
Congress fumbles for shutdown remedy ahead of Friday deadline
Discussion: Washington Examiner, Vox and Breitbart
Jerry Dunleavy / Washington Examiner:
Democratic operative who pushed debunked Trump-Russia claims continued funding Steele and Fusion GPS last year
Discussion: Fox News
Jordain Carney / The Hill:
Schumer eyeing Build Back Better vote as soon as week of Dec. 13
Discussion: NewsNation Now
Dominick Mastrangelo / The Hill:
CNBC host suggests nationwide vaccine mandate: ‘Have the military run it’
Discussion: Townhall, Breitbart and The Federalist
Douglas Belkin / Wall Street Journal:
Alumni Withhold Donations, Demand Colleges Enforce Free Speech
Discussion: Instapundit
Charles Fried / New York Times:
I Once Urged the Supreme Court to Overturn Roe. I've Changed My Mind.
Discussion: Washington Post, Slate and Reason
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Peter Jeffrey / Bloomberg:
The ‘QAnon Shaman’ Is Appealing the Result of His Own Guilty Plea
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American Greatness:
The Madness of Anthony Fauci
Discussion: People.com and Townhall