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On the most recent episode of the Potomac Watch podcast, @KimStrassel  discusses a potential bipartisan deal that could both help Dreamers and fix the border crisis.

It seems that the U.S. hiring spirit is willing but the number of fresh applicants is weak, writes @FreemanWSJ 

Ten years after President Obama decided to rewrite immigration law by executive fiat, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals said what everyone knew all along: Mr. Obama’s DACA program was illegal.

If you’re Vladimir Putin, connect the dots: Your most potent weapon isn’t a battlefield nuke. It’s Bidenomics, writes @DanHenninger 

Letter to the editor: Donald Trump seems to despise Republicans even more than he despises Democrats.

Is Gen Z killing corporate culture? Hear what college students think in our Snapchat series Future View. Click the link to watch and subscribe.

In Illinois, teachers get raises, schools get more money, and children are shuffled through without learning to read or do math.

In the beating heart of Alaska’s conservative movement, a majority of voters are united on one thing: They want Sen. Lisa Murkowski gone, writes @KimStrassel 

It’s time to debunk the fiction that a prestigious degree is the only key to the American dream, writes @GovLarryHogan 

Government bureaucracies love to take credit, but the NIH is essentially claiming intellectual ownership of Biogen’s drug.

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Anthony Fauci’s legacy will be that millions of Americans will never trust government health experts in the same way again.

The newly signed USMCA is a sweet relief to farmers in rural districts like mine, writes @RepTedBudd 

Christopher Steele has little credibility left after the inspector general’s report, writes @KimStrassel 

Justice Department IG Michael Horowitz compiled a factually damning report that even a thickheaded and biased press will have to take account of, writes @HolmanJenkins 

The media question of the day is why members of the press corps aren’t deciding on their own to reject the source who seems to have been misleading them for years, writes .

Evidence appears that Twitter booted blogger Alex Berenson after White House officials privately complained about him to Twitter employees. A condominium of Big Tech and government is itself a hazard to public health and democracy.

The media ran with a charge that the Florida Governor manipulated Covid data. A state Inspector General finds it wasn’t true.

Amid the protests, volunteers in Hong Kong are striving to ensure ‘people don’t lose confidence in the legal system,’ writes @JillianKayM 

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