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An abortion clinic is San Antonio is forced to turn away patients in the waiting room as the Supreme Court overturns Roe vs. Wade. LA Times
VOA VIEW: There was accepted change 50 years ago.
Outraged that the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, many liberals took to social media to point fingers at late Ruth Bader Ginsberg, who died before retiring.  New York Post
VOA VIEW: Liberal fools.
Laundrie claimed he wanted to put Petito out of her misery after she fell and hurt herself in the Wyoming wilderness but said he immediately regretted it after killing her. New York Post

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Trillions of dollars spent on COVID-19 relief gave way to billions of dollars in government waste, fraud and abuses. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Fraud was inevitable.
Outflanked by five impatient and ambitious justices to his right, the chief justice has become powerless to pursue his incremental approach. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Roberts has proven to be a switch-hitter.
The Supreme Court has now given millions of citizens rather than nine justices the power to decide whether to legalize abortion.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: Abortion is not over - just requires more restrictions.
Blue-state leaders are scrambling to draft legislative fixes in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling that imperiled state laws requiring people to show "proper cause" to carry a firearm. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Liberals need to find more gimmicks to neutralize the good.
Instagram has a new idea for how to determine kids' ages online -- direct the children to videotape themselves, upload the content, and then the company will deploy facial scanning technology. Washington Times
The Pentagon faced its own dilemma with the Supreme Court's landmark decision to overturn Roe v. Wade Friday, scrambling to determine what impact an abortion ban could have on thousands of women assigned to military bases in states where the practice may soon be illegal or sharply restricted. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Changes have to be made as they did 50 years ago.

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Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin said Friday that he will seek legislation to ban most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy in comments shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Washington Times
President Biden on Friday turned the Supreme Court's abortion decision into a campaign rallying cry for his party, urging voters to flood the polls and give Congress the needed votes to "restore the protections" from the now-defunct Roe v Wade. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The Dems think they have a winning battle cry for November.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday lashed out at the Supreme Court for the justices' decision to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade, calling the high court "Trumpian" and vowing that Democrats will prevail in the midterms because conservatives ended abortion rights. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Dems will still lose big.
Eighteen Republican attorneys general have vowed to fight President Biden's proposed Title IX overhaul, arguing that it would demolish protections for women by adding gender identity to the anti-discrimination law. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden is a wrecking ball for everything positive.

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Violence could occur “for weeks” from extremists in wake of Supreme Court decision: DHS ABC
VOA VIEW: The left goes wild, again.
Danco Labs, a U.S. maker of the abortion pill Mifeprex, says it has enough supply if demand soars following a Supreme Court decision on Roe v Wade. ABC
VOA VIEW: Always, at least one beneficiary.
Violence against abortion clinics rose/decreased in 2021, abortion group report says ABC
VOA VIEW: The Left will use any excuse to get unruly.

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Juul has asked a federal court to block the government agency's order. ABC
With an eye on the upcoming July Fourth weekend, airlines are stepping up their criticism of federal officials over recent widespread flight delays and cancellations ABC
VOA VIEW: Interesting!
President Joe Biden addressed the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. ABC
VOA VIEW: Typical Biden stupidity.
"CBS Evening News" host Norah O'Donnell sits down with Alexis McGill Johnson, president of Planned Parenthood, to discuss the overturning of Roe v. Wade and how it will affect those seeking abortions in states where it will become illegal. CBS
VOA VIEW: A loss of revenue is a major concern.
States where abortion is legal are expected to see a surge in abortions due to Roe v. Wade being struck down. Washington state is expecting a nearly 400% increase in abortion patients, with about 60% of those coming from border state Idaho. CBS
VOA VIEW: There will be ups and downs.

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The president said the only action the federal government could take to protect abortion rights would be for Congress to pass laws. But he admitted there are not enough votes for as of this time. CBS
VOA VIEW: More Biden idle threats.
Hundreds of demonstrations both for and against Roe v. Wade being overturned are happening all across the country. One of the nation's largest protests is happening in New York City. CBS
VOA VIEW: Expected!
Following the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, President Biden Friday said he will do everything he can to help women in states where abortion is suddenly illegal. He's taking two steps to start: directing the Justice Department to protect women who travel out-of-state for abortions, and expanding access to FDA-approved abortion pills. Chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes has more. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden makes more mad promises.

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Those suffering from the syndrome may be eligible for federal compensation ranging from about $140,000 to $187,000. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden is free with taxpayers' funds.
Major corporations rush to safeguard workers' reproductive rights after Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. CBS
VOA VIEW: Disney is making itself more and more political.
Maker of electronic cigarettes blasts government order that it immediately halt sales "extraordinary and unlawful." CBS
VOA VIEW: Expected!
"For now, a Michigan court has put a temporary hold on the law, but that decision is not final and has already been challenged," Whitmer said​ following the Supreme Court's ruling. CBS
VOA VIEW: Whitmer is an idiot.
"Throwing out a precedent overnight that the country has relied upon for half a century is not conservative," the Maine Republican said in a statement. CBS
As the court ruled against abortion rights, Justice Clarence Thomas argued precedents on contraceptives and same-sex relationships could come next. CBS
VOA VIEW: A good suggestion.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is accusing Moscow of carrying out "genocide" amid Russia's rapid advance in two key regions of eastern Ukraine. It's marking a shift in momentum in this three-month-old war. Imtiaz Tyab reports. CBS
VOA VIEW: Nothing new.
The Supreme Court abortion decision will have far-reaching implications in the corporate world. CNBC
VOA VIEW: So be it.
Abortion no longer is a federal right with Roe v. Wade overturned. Supreme Court Justice Thomas now is eyeing cases related to gay rights and birth control. CNBC
Trump nominated three of the Supreme Court justices who voted to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case that affirmed a constitutional right to abortion. CNBC
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade may cause financial hardship for many women, especially those already facing economic instability. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A bad law is more damaging.
The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion rights decision, on Friday morning. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A fool makes his foolishness more obvious.
Texas is set to become the largest state in America to implement an abortion ban after the Supreme Court issued an opinion overturning Roe v. Wade on Friday. FOX News
Vice President Kamala Harris called the Supreme Court's ruling overturning Roe vs. Wade a "healthcare crisis" Friday as she traveled to Illinois to address maternal health. UPI
VOA VIEW: Harris is an idiot.
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday praised the Supreme Court for "giving rights back" by overturning Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 ruling that legalized abortion nationwide. UPI
Europe's growing need for gas caused by Russia's war on Ukraine is increasing interest in speeding exploration of gas fields in the Mediterranean Sea -- and pushing Lebanon and Israel to settle their border dispute. UPI
VOA VIEW: Something good may come from bad.
The House on Friday approved gun violence legislation passed by the Senate, fast-tracking the measure to President Joe Biden to sign. UPI
VOA VIEW: Not bad, but not good.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called for boosting the country's "war deterrent," state media reported Friday, amid a planned reshuffling of front-line units that has raised nuclear concerns. UPI

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June 25, 2022

     Doesn’t it seem like just yesterday Joe Biden was running for president promising that he would practically hit energy companies over the head with a two-by-four if they kept producing so much “dirty” gas and oil? Biden is still against fossil fuel and oil companies. 

     His energy plan was to drive oil and gas out of the market by switching to solar, wind and other “green energy.” He even nominated a federal regulator who said she wanted to “bankrupt the oil companies.” But this week he’s saying he’ll practically call in the army and Marines and invade the executive offices of “Big Oil” if they don’t start producing more oil and gas. Well, which is it, Mr. President? Do you want more or less oil? 

     Candidate Biden famously agreed in a presidential debate he would “close down” the oil companies. And just in case they didn’t get the message, his first executive order as president was to kill the Keystone XL pipeline. That was critical energy infrastructure to bring oil and gas to markets swiftly and safely. The Institute for Energy Research counts 100 other initiatives since then — from drilling moratoriums to environmental roadblocks — to stop American oil and gas development.

     What has been the effect on US energy production? Under President Donald Trump, we reached 12 million barrels a day — by January 2021, we were a net exporter of oil and gas — and the price fell to $2.49 a gallon. Now we’re at only 11 million barrels a day — even though the national average has doubled to $5.05 a gallon. The Energy Information Administration predicted we’d get to 15 million barrels a day by 2023. We’re running at least 2 million barrels a day lower than trend, costing the US economy almost $300 million a day in lost output.