Biden Commerce Department Approves Billions $$$ Worth Of American Technology Licenses For Blacklisted Chinese Companies

Suppliers to two blacklisted Chinese companies—telecom giant Huawei and China’s top chipmaker SMIC—were approved to receive billions of dollars worth of licenses for U.S. technologies shipments between November and April, documents released by the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on Oct. 21 detail...

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Biden To Send 13 Officials To Glasgow Climate Summit As US Beset By Crises

According to a schedule obtained by CNN, the president is sending top climate advisers Gina McCarthy and jet-setting John Kerry to the November summit alongside, Secretary of State Tony Blinken, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, EPA Administrator Michael Regan, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, USAID Administrator Samantha Power, NOAA Administrator Rick Spinrad, WH Office of Science and Technology Policy Director Eric Lander, and National Economic Council director Brian Deese…

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US Attorney General Merrick Garland Refuses DOJ Ethics Review

Attorney General Merrick Garland told the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday that he had not sought, and would not seek, ethics review from the Department of Justice over his son-in-law’s alleged ties to the promotion of Critical Race Theory (CRT). Garland claims “conflict of interest’ ethics rules & standards do not apply to his family or the Biden Administration.

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Harvard Goes Full Karl Marx: School Panel Calls For ‘Bold Actions’ To Ensure The ‘Equality Of Outcomes’

The Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center’s Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project held its annual Truth and Transformation Conference Friday, and it was about as cheerful an affair as you would expect. According to the Harvard Crimson, the thunderingly surprising conclusion of the panel was that “nonprofit leaders and activists argued that non-government agencies and individuals ought to take bold action to promote equity.”

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