France’s Emmanuel Macron Wins Second Term in Presidential Election – Wall Street Journal
French President Emmanuel Macron was re-elected Sunday, according to projections based on early ballot counts, overcoming deep divisions among voters worried about inflation, the war in Ukraine and the impact of immigration on France’s national identity.
Walz opens his mouth and typical Democratic talking points come out. – Twin Cities.com
This is only the second time in Walz’s four year term he’s given the speech to the state Legislature in the Minnesota House. During the pandemic he did the annual address via video feed one year from the governor’s residence and next from a Mankato West High School classroom.
Twitter Re-Examines Elon Musk’s Bid, May Be More Receptive to a Deal – Wall Street Journal
Twitter is re-examining Elon Musk’s $43 billion takeover offer after the billionaire lined up financing for the bid, in a sign the social-media company could be more receptive to a deal.
Orrin Hatch, Towering GOP Senator, Dies at 88 – National Review
Orrin Hatch, the Utah lawmaker who was the longest-serving Republican senator in U.S. history, died on Saturday evening at 88.
Elizabeth Warren Wants Biden To Be More Authoritarian, Axe Student Debt – Daily Wire
Senator Elizabeth Warren made it clear on Sunday that she’d be happy to see President Joe Biden flex some authoritarian muscle in the months leading up to the 2022 midterm elections. ‘Not Everything Has To Go Through Congress’
Utah Dems. Will Support Independent Evan McMullin for Senate Rather Than a Candidate of Their Own – Townhall
On Saturday, the Utah Democrats made the noteworthy decision to not put up a candidate to challenge Sen. Mike Lee, a Republican who is running for re-election. Instead, they are uniting behind Evan McMullin, who is running as an Independent. Sen. Lee “overwhelmingly” won the endorsement of the Utah GOP, though he still goes to a primary on June 28. Political games being played.
All Hail, Anthony Fauci – Wall Street Journal
The doctor says courts should defer to public-health experts like him.
6 Russian Oligarchs Commit Suicide in Mysterious Outbreak of Epstein Syndrome – Red State
Very few parts of Russian society have drawn more interest than the so-called “oligarchs.” These are incredibly wealthy men with political connections to Putin’s inner circle because, in the totalitarian kleptocracy that is Russia under Vladimir Putin, if you don’t have political ties to Putin’s inner circle, wealth doesn’t bring you power; it brings you a one-way trip to a Siberian labor camp.