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1) Joe Manchin just killed Biden’s Build Back Better act.

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) announced on “Fox News Sunday” that he will not vote for President Biden’s “mammoth” climate and social spending bill, essentially killing the White House’s top legislative priority.

“I cannot vote to continue with this piece of legislation. I just can’t. I tried everything humanly possible. I can’t get there,” he told guest host Bret Baier. “This is a no on this legislation.”

“I have tried everything I know to do,” he added, closing the door on Democratic hopes that he might be persuaded to change his mind.

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2) Joe Biden is destroying the America we know. Tucker Carlson says:

Families sitting on the beach in Jupiter this Sunday watch slack-jawed as a boat carrying dozens of unemployed, illegal immigrant Haitians suddenly pulled up onshore. The people inside the boat hopped out, ran through the waves, and scattered. Not what you expect on a Sunday on the beach, but not everybody in Jupiter was surprised to see this happen. Another boat full of Haitians had landed there just that summer, so it’s becoming a regular occurrence in Jupiter, Florida.

This is totally crazy and third-world. You’re not supposed to mention that they’ve racialized everything, so you can’t say anything. Most Republicans have been intimidated into silence. They don’t want to be called names.

But the truth is, nothing like this has ever happened in the United States, and it’s important for two reasons: The first is the rule of law. Remember that? So there are people right now still being held in solitary confinement because they trespassed in a building that technically they own — it’s called the Capitol of the United States — and they’re still there. They’re still in jail. But millions of foreign nationals just walk in ignoring our laws completely, and that’s totally cool because equity or something?

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3) The Supreme Court is set to strike a blow for school freedom

Supporters of school freedom can take comfort in the fact that Supreme Court justices are pushing back on state efforts to exclude families who want to use school choice to send their children to religious schools. School freedom should be for all families regardless of whether they plan to send their children to a secular or religious school.

Chief Justice John Roberts aptly summarized the court’s philosophy in his majority opinion for Espinoza v. Montana, “A state need not subsidize private education. But once a state decides to do so, it cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious.” That is what Maine is trying to do, and the court must stand firm and rule for school freedom.

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