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12:30 PM ET, July 2, 2022


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Carol D. Leonnig / Washington Post:
Jan. 6 showed two identities of Secret Service: Gutsy heroes vs. Trump yes-men  —  Testimony by former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson put a spotlight on agents tasked with protecting then-President Trump  —  A drumbeat of revelations from the House Jan. 6 committee has revealed …
Discussion: National Review
Cassidy Hutchinson's Testimony Changed Our Minds About Indicting Donald Trump  —  Until Tuesday, we had both publicly stated that the Department of Justice had insufficient evidence to indict former President Trump for his conduct on Jan. 6.  Our conclusion, which we each came to independently …
Washington Post:
The Jan. 6 committee bet big with Cassidy Hutchinson. Did it pay off?
Accounts of Trump angrily demanding to go to Capitol on January 6 circulated in Secret Service over past year
Isabella Kwai / New York Times:
Texas Supreme Court Lifts Freeze on Abortion Ban  —  The decision, overturning a lower court ruling that had temporarily blocked the ban, allowed a 1925 law to take effect.  — Give this article- - - Read in app  —  The Texas Supreme Court late Friday night allowed a 1925 law banning abortion …
Yelena Dzhanova / Insider:
Jon Stewart says ‘the Supreme Court is now the Fox News of justice’ after the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade  — Comedian Jon Stewart on Thursday said the Supreme Court is the “Fox News of justice.”  — Speaking on his TV show, Stewart said the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was not …
Discussion: HuffPost
Oriana Gonzalez / Axios:
Supreme Court's next term could be just as contentious
Discussion: Washington Post
As Ohio restricts abortions, 10-year-old girl travels to Indiana for procedure  —  On Monday three days after the Supreme Court issued its groundbreaking decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an Indianapolis obstetrician-gynecologist, took a call from a colleague, a child abuse doctor in Ohio.
Lori Rozsa / Washington Post:
In trainings, Florida tells teachers that religion belongs in public life  —  WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — New civics training for Florida public school teachers comes with a dose of Christian dogma, some teachers say, and they worry that it also sanitizes history and promotes inaccuracies.
Discussion: Insider and Florida Phoenix
Anemona Hartocollis / New York Times:
Solveig Gold Is Proud to Be the Wife of a ‘Canceled’ Princeton Professor  —  But she also wants to be known as more.  At dinner with the aspiring public intellectual and her “cabal.”  — Give this article- - - Read in app  —  PRINCETON, N.J. — Solveig Lucia Gold was setting the table in her backyard …
Discussion: alicublog
Jonathan Weisman / New York Times:
Spurred by the Supreme Court, a Nation Divides Along a Red-Blue Axis  —  On abortion, climate change, guns and much more, two Americas — one liberal, one conservative — are moving in opposite directions.  — Give this article- - - Read in app  —  Pressed by Supreme Court decisions diminishing rights …
New York Times:
N.Y. Lawmakers Respond on Guns and Abortion After Supreme Court Rulings  —  Lawmakers passed measures that would prohibit concealed weapons in many public places, as well as an amendment that would initiate the process of enshrining the right to abortion in the state constitution.
Discussion: Reason, Reuters and Washington Post
Tony Diver / Telegraph:
Fifty-year mortgages that you pass on to your children - the new plan to boost home ownership  —  Japanese-style proposals being considered by Boris Johnson would allow first-time buyers to borrow more over a longer period  —  Homeowners could take out Japanese-style 50-year mortgages …
Mara Gay / New York Times:
The Republican War on Sex  —  Ms. Gay is a member of the editorial board  —  One day I hope to become a mother.  But for now I have sex just because I like it.  Sex is fun.  —  For the puritanical tyrants seeking to control our bodies, that's a problem.
Phil Helsel / NBC News:
Suspected road-rage shooter killed man near Philadelphia for driving too slow, police say  —  Man killed in road-rage shooting near Philadelphia  —  A man killed in an apparent road-rage shooting near Philadelphia on Wednesday was fatally shot by someone who thought he was driving too slow, police said.
Joseph Zeballos-Roig / Insider:
Senate Democrats are edging closer to a deal with Manchin to resurrect Biden's economic agenda.  They'll face Sinema next.  — Senate Democrats must soon clear their reconciliation bill with Senator Kyrsten Sinema.  — Manchin and Sinema have resisted Democratic efforts to enact President Biden's economic agenda.
Discussion: Daily Kos
Elizabeth Dias / New York Times:
Inside the Extreme Effort to Punish Women for Abortion  —  Abortion “abolitionists” are the outer edge of the anti-abortion movement.  They're looking to gain followers after the decision to overturn Roe, unsettling mainstream anti-abortion groups.  — Give this article- - - Read in app
Laura Vozzella / Washington Post:
Youngkin appoints Trump EPA chief to new post after failed Cabinet bid  —  RICHMOND — Gov. Glenn Youngkin this week created a new office designed to slash state regulations and put it under the direction of Andrew Wheeler, the former Trump administration official rejected earlier this year for the Virginia governor's Cabinet.
Daniel Dale / CNN:
Lie as litmus test: Arizona governor candidate Kari Lake calls it ‘disqualifying’ for rival not to declare 2020 election ‘stolen’  —  A leading Republican candidate for governor of Arizona, Kari Lake, continues to put lies about the 2020 presidential election at the center of her campaign …
Discussion: Insider and Raw Story
Francesca D'Annunzio / Dallas Morning News:
Feds show up at home of North Texas woman who posted angry tweets after Roe decision  —  Garland resident wrote, “Slaughter them all,” and called for burning down government buildings after the Supreme Court's abortion ruling.  The Department of Homeland Security was not amused.
Discussion: WEB OF EVIL
Timothy Puko / Wall Street Journal:
Biden Seeks to Block New Offshore Drilling in Atlantic, Pacific  —  Five-year drilling plan could allow limited leasing off Alaska and in Gulf of Mexico; oil industry sought greater expansion  —  WASHINGTON—The Biden administration plans to block new offshore oil drilling in the Atlantic …
Lisa Friedman / New York Times:
Biden Administration Offers an Offshore Drilling Plan. Likely Backers: Very Few.
Discussion: CNN
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Jamelle Bouie / New York Times:
The Supreme Court Is the Final Word on Nothing
Joe Carroll / Bloomberg:
JPMorgan Sees ‘Stratospheric’ $380 Oil on Worst-Case Russian Cut
Discussion: The Daily Wire
Matthew Goldstein / New York Times:
Trump Media is subpoenaed in federal inquiry of Truth Social deal.
Discussion: Quartz and The Hill
Katherine Knott / Daily Progress:
Youngkin appoints four new members to UVa's Board of Visitors
Musa al-Gharbi / NBC News:
What the reactions to Clarence Thomas post-Roe reveal about white liberals
Trump hires former 9th Circuit judge Kozinski for Twitter court fight
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
Phillips Payson O'Brien / The Atlantic:
Ukraine Has Exposed Russia as a Not-So-Great Power
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Tim Miller / Politico:
There Are 11 Types of Donald Trump Enablers. Which One Are You?
The Baltimore Banner:
Baltimore records 41 homicides in June, most in a month since 2015
Rebecca Perring / Daily Express:
Now ANOTHER crisis hits EU! Hundreds of tractors block the German/Netherlands border
Jen Fitzpatrick / The Keyword:
Protecting people's privacy on health topics
Billy Perrigo / TIME:
Facebook Asks Judge to ‘Crack the Whip’ in Attempt to Silence a Black Whistleblower