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3:00 PM ET, July 1, 2022


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Annie Karni / New York Times:
The 20-Somethings Who Help the 70-Somethings Run Washington  —  The story of Cassidy Hutchinson, who became the first Trump White House aide to testify publicly in the Jan. 6 inquiry, showed the outsize influence of youngsters in the nation's capital.  — Give this article- - - Read in app
Discussion: CNN, The Hill, Washington Post and No Tribe
David Rothkopf / The Daily Beast:
Put a Fork in Donald Trump—the Ex-President Is Done  —  As bad as his political position looks today, it is only likely to get worse—and his imminent announcement of a presidential campaign is just another sign of his collapse. … Mark it on your calendars.
Colby Hall / Mediaite:
Rudy Giuliani Deletes Tweet Insisting Cassidy Hutchinson Was Not Present When He Asked for a Pardon  —  Rudy Giuliani insisted on Twitter that Cassidy Hutchinson was “never present” when he asked former President Donald Trump when he asked for a pardon, and then deleted it.
Washington Post:
‘Take me up to the Capitol now’: How close Trump came to joining rioters  —  Trump's demands to lead a march to Capitol Hill sheds new light on his mindset as the siege began.  —  Toward the end of 2020, then-President Donald Trump began raising a new idea with aides: that he would personally lead …
Dan Zak / Washington Post:
Cassidy Hutchinson and the all-knowing presence of Washington's aides  —  The former West Wing insider testified to the latent power of multitasking assistants.  —  Washington is run by aides, or at least it runs on the work of aides: the gophers, the schedulers, the advisers, the consiglieres …
Discussion: Raw Story
Tristan Justice / The Federalist:   EXCLUSIVE: Jim Banks Demands White House Surveillance Logs To Vet Contested J6 Testimony
Joel Burgess / The Asheville Citizen Times:   On Hutchinson's Jan. 6 bombshell: Local Dems opine, while GOP members silent
New details of Jan. 6 panel's mystery messages emerge
Hugo Lowell / The Guardian:
Mark Meadows' associate threatened ex-White House aide before her testimony
New York Times:
Trump Group Pays for Jan. 6 Lawyers, Raising Concerns of Witness Pressure
Mark Joseph Stern / Slate:
The Biden-McConnell Deal to Make an Anti-Abortion Advocate a Federal Judge Is Still On  —  President Joe Biden struck a deal with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to nominate Chad Meredith, a Republican anti-abortion advocate, to a federal judgeship on the Eastern District of Kentucky, Slate has confirmed.
Joe Sonka / Courier-Journal:
Kentucky federal judge to step down, opening seat for Biden's anti-abortion GOP nominee  —  LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A longtime Kentucky federal judge has announced she will step down, clearing a path for President Joe Biden's controversial nomination of an anti-abortion Republican to replace her.
The White House:
President Biden Announces Recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom  —  WASHINGTON - Today, President Biden named seventeen recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.  —  The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the Nation's highest civilian honor, presented to individuals …
Alexandra Hutzler / ABC News:
Biden to award Medal of Freedom to McCain, Biles and more  —  The ceremony will take place at the White House on July 7.  —  In this Aug. 24, 2010 file photo Sen. John McCain speaks to a group of supporters at his victory party after winning Arizona"s primary election in Phoenix.
Evan Gershkovich / Wall Street Journal:
In Russia's Biggest Cities, Ukraine War Fades to Background Noise  —  Bars are packed out, film and jazz festivals are sold out and Moscow's police officers are busier handing out fines for public drinking than putting down dissent  —  MOSCOW—Dima Karmanovsky had just finished his second DJ set …
Yascha Mounk / Persuasion:
America Is Headed For Disaster  —  Donald Trump is on course to reconquer the White House.  To save the republic, we need a radical change of direction. … Most of the time, politics is like a jumble of puzzle pieces.  On any given day, there are hundreds of news stories, some promising, others ominous.
Associated Press:
Trump's vulnerabilities for 2024 mount after new testimony
Discussion: New York Post
Matthew Kassel / Jewish Insider:
Neo-Nazi publisher Andrew Anglin gives ‘forceful endorsement’ of Blake Masters' Senate bid  —  The move by The Daily Stormer publisher is a play to try to exert influence in a GOP moving to the right, experts in extremism contend  —  Andrew Anglin, the neo-Nazi publisher of The Daily Stormer …
Discussion: Raw Story
Neda Toloui-Semnani / VICE:
'It's Scary': Students Fear Going to College in Red States After Roe  —  “Location has never before been more important to me,” said Ashley Huynh, 17, a rising high school senior in Montgomery County, Maryland.  —  NT  —  TORONTO, CA  —  AU  —  When Sasha Rosenfeld walked onto …
Roger Sollenberger / The Daily Beast:
The Sleeper ‘Wire Fraud’ Scheme That Could Nail Trumpworld  —  The Jan. 6 committee has already laid out a convincing case of wire fraud against the Trump campaign.  —  the day television networks called the election for Joe Biden—then-President Donald Trump's campaign manager was trying …
Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn Railed Against Brooklyn's Democratic Machine.  Then She Became It.  —  The borough's political players hoped the Assemblymember would unite the party.  Instead, as Democrats head into a vulnerable midterm election, New York's biggest local political organization is in free fall.
Heather Haddon / Wall Street Journal:
McDonald's Dollar Drinks Deal Fades in the Face of Inflation  —  More restaurants remove any-size-soda-for-a-buck promotion as the company recommends keeping it to drive traffic  —  Inflation is coming for McDonald's MCD 1.51%▲ dollar drinks.  —  Some McDonald's Corp. locations …
Christian Datoc / Washington Examiner:
White House sparks backlash after saying high gas prices guard ‘liberal world order’  —  The White House's messaging on elevated gas prices continues to provoke frustration from consumers.  —  National Economic Council Chairman Brian Deese spoke with CNN Thursday afternoon just hours …
Josh Hammer / Newsweek:
After Dobbs, What Comes Next for the Conservative Legal Project?  —  , NEWSWEEK OPINION EDITOR AND HOST, “THE JOSH HAMMER SHOW”  —  This past week and a half has been truly remarkable.  From a conservative perspective, and a legal conservative perspective more specifically …
Kathryn Joyce / Salon:
School's out forever: Arizona moves “to kill public education” with new universal voucher law  —  Families who bail on public school will get $7,000 per kid in GOP's new scheme: “Every red state” urged to follow  —  Last Friday, while the country reeled from the Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
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Anna Shiryaevskaya / Bloomberg:
For the First Time, US Is Sending More Gas to Europe Than Russia
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Emily Hoeven / CalMatters:
Lanhee Chen comes clean on Trump, abortion
Jen Rice / Houston Chronicle:
Harris County looking into GOP-connected group asking residents to confirm voter addresses
Discussion: Raw Story
Ashley Lopez / NPR:
The Christian Right is winning cultural battles while public opinion disagrees
Discussion: Raw Story
 Earlier Items: 
Christopher Tremoglie / Washington Examiner:
It's time to retire Pride Month
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When Private Jets Ferry Billionaires to Small-Town Idaho
David Freedlander / New York Magazine:
Waiting (and Waiting) for an Adams Doctrine
The Daily Beast:
Libertarian Conference Cancels Notorious White Nationalist
Discussion: Raw Story
James Fallows / Breaking the News:
A Lucky Country, on Thin Ice
Liz Wolfe / Reason:
Criticizing Lack of Grocery Stores in the South Bronx Means the Twitter Mob Will Try To Get You Fired
Discussion: New York Post and The Daily Caller
Brian Lopez / The Texas Tribune:
Texas educator group proposes referring to slavery as “involuntary relocation” in second grade curriculum