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Wednesday News: “The making of a ‘more for more’ deal in the Gaza war”; “Trump Represents a ‘Trifecta of Danger’”; “Why Biden’s Campaign Is Taking Aim at the Media”; “Virginia Dems confront Youngkin with bills on abortion, guns and more”






by Lowell

Here are a few international, national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Wednesday, November 22.

  • Economic models buckle under strain of climate reality
  • The UAE is hosting the world’s biggest annual climate summit. It’s also planning a massive fossil fuel expansion
  • Fossil fuel industry keys in on unproven recycling methods to prop up plastics (We need non-fossil-fuel-based plastics, ASAP.)
  • Pope Francis: Climate activist?
  • Andurand Says OPEC+ May Need Deeper Cuts as US Supply Surges (Yet Glenn Youngkin and other Republcians keeps falsely claiming that Joe Biden’s waging some sort of “war on US energy independence.” To the stark contrary, US energy production is going up, up, up…)
  • He proposed in a bomb shelter. They died together in a Russian strike.
  • Ukraine Heads Into Winter With a Fragile Power Grid (“Facilities remain hobbled by Russian attacks, repair work is unfinished and there is little spare equipment, although air defenses have been strengthened.”)
  • How the breakthrough hostage deal came together (“‘We need this deal,’ Netanyahu said last week. Broad terms were settled. The US was on board. Then Hamas went dark. Here’s what happened.”)
  • Scoop: Blinken planning to travel to Israel next week for talks on war in Gaza
  • Cabinet okays deal for release of 50 Israeli hostages in exchange for 4-day Gaza truce
  • The making of a ‘more for more’ deal in the Gaza war (“A surprisingly pragmatic formula offers some hope for de-escalation of a nightmare conflict.”)
  • US has sent Israel data on aid group locations to try to prevent strikes
  • Hostage families welcome first, precarious hopes after Israel-Hamas deal
  • Hamas took more than 200 people hostage when it raided Israel. Many had serious medical conditions.
  • Gaza hostage deal: what do we know?
  • US hits Iran-backed militants with fourth round of retaliatory airstrikes
  • One Family’s Perilous Escape from Gaza City
  • Bernie Sanders: Justice for the Palestinians and Security for Israel
  • Netherlands set for first new prime minister in 13 years as voters head to polls (“Polls open for general election in the Netherlands, with four parties – ranging from left to far right – vying to take most votes”)
  • Argentine election winner Milei greeted globally by mix of hostility and support
  • A roller coaster week in Taiwan politics ends with opposition still divided
  • Bowen dumps RET for 32 GW of auctions in massive policy shift to supercharge renewables (“[Australia’s] federal Labor government has effectively abandoned the long standing renewable energy target and will take a hands-on policy approach through a series of auctions to secure 32GW of new wind, solar and storage capacity to meet its ambitious 82 per cent renewable energy target for 2030.”)
  • Mexico Has Become a Haven for Americans Seeking an Abortion (“Whoever needs our help, we would be happy to serve.”)
  • Record crowds expected to flood US roads and skies (“An historic 30 million people are traveling by air, all with the hope the weather will cooperate.”)
  • A Supreme Court case about stocks could help make Trump’s authoritarian dreams reality (“The ‘unitary executive’ is back, and it could supercharge Trump’s plans to fill the government with his own loyalists.”)
  • Clarence Thomas Just Made Another Mess for His Colleagues to Clean Up
  • Poll: Gun ownership reaches record high with American electorate (“More than half of American voters — 52% — say they or someone in their household owns a gun, per the latest NBC News national poll.”)
  • Why Biden’s Campaign Is Taking Aim at the Media (“The reelection team says it’s calling out news outlets for ‘falling down on the job’ in covering the stakes of a second Trump presidency. But will pushback on social media persuade reporters—or simply antagonize them?”)
  • House Speaker Mike Johnson Visits Trump at Mar-a-Lago (Disgusting.)
  • The simple reason why Donald Trump is escalating his Hitlerian rhetoric: MAGA demands more (“Many of Trump’s diehard followers are White Christians who have found a role model and outlet for their desires”)
  • Mike Johnson Said Letting People Get Abortions Is Causing “an American Holocaust”
  • Why Trump Represents a ‘Trifecta of Danger’
  • Cassidy Hutchinson Gives Dark Reason Why ‘Everybody Should Vote For Joe Biden’
  • Has Anyone Noticed That Trump Is Really Old?
  • Ex-Republican Grandee Sounds The Alarm On Current GOP: ‘It’s Getting Scary Up In Here’ (“Former RNC chair Michael Steele spelled out why three key Republican assumptions about Donald Trump are wrong.”)
  • Why Trump’s rivals in Iowa still think they can win
  • Former Trump Org. controller breaks down in tears on witness stand
  • Colorado Supreme Court to take up appeals in Trump ballot case (The judge’s ruling in this case made ZERO sense: 1) Trump is an insurrectionist, as is glaringly obvious; 2) somehow he’s not disqualified under the VERY clear language of the 14th amendment, section 3, because the president isn’t included as an “officer of the United States?” WTF???)
  • Democrats nearly double Republicans in October fundraising
  • The administration vowed to fight antisemitism. How is it doing?
  • Marjorie Taylor Greene and Mike Lee get Jan. 6 footage — but trying to blame the FBI could backfire (“Whatever, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Mike Lee — no one actually thinks the FBI was behind January 6”)
  • Nikki Haley is consolidating the ‘Never Trump’ vote
  • Ron DeSantis’ team was going after Nikki Haley. They turned on each other instead.
  • Wisconsin supreme court appears poised to strike down legislative maps and end Republican dominance
  • Dean Phillips supporters launch ads attacking Biden’s electability (This guy’s an idiot.)
  • Cuomo weighs run for NYC mayor amid Adams’ woes (“A Marist College poll Tuesday showed just 37 percent of city voters approved of the job Adams was doing.”)
  • Sam Altman to return as OpenAI CEO
  • Jill Stein formally launches 2024 White House bid as Green party candidate (Putin puppet.)
  • The Mind-Bending Politics of RFK Jr.’s Spoiler Campaign (Nutjob.)
  • Iowa official’s wife found guilty on all 52 counts of voter fraud charges (Yep, she’s a Republican.)
  • Rudy Giuliani Sued for Being an Alleged Deadbeat, Again
  • The GOP rallies around Musk after his self-inflicted antisemitism mess (Because of COURSE they f’ing do!)
  • Divided priorities, economic unknowns loom over new state budget
  • Virginia Dems confront Youngkin with bills on abortion, guns and more
  • Virginia House Speaker-Designee Don Scott Announces Del. Jeff Bourne and Attorney Jeffrey Breit as Transition Team Co-Chairmen for Office of the Speaker
  • Virginia Legislative Black Caucus Announces New Leadership Team Through 2026 Session (Senator Lamont Bagby elected Chair; Delegate-elect Joshua Cole elected Vice Chair; Senator-elect Angelia Williams Graves elected Secretary)
  • Del. Jeion Ward to Chair VA House Labor and Commerce Committee; Del. Mark Sickles to Chair Health and Human Services (Speaker-designee Don Scott: “I am excited to see the work of these committees next session with these two delegates at their helm”)
  • State Commission on Youth recommends training academy for social service workers
  • Commentary: Redistricting in 2021 upended Virginia politics. Did it make our elections fairer? (“The Republicans won 49 seats with 48.4% of the overall votes. Democrats, by comparison, won 51 seats with 49.1% of the overall votes.”)
  • Virginia launches pilot to mentor new principals
  • Solar developers continue to fight Dominion’s solar interconnection rules
  • Termination of NuScale’s first small modular nuclear reactor plant won’t affect Virginia’s SMR plans, several experts say (“The project, which had been in the works for a decade, was canceled due to escalating costs and not because of problems with the design or technology.”)
  • Richmond Schools accepts only bid – for $30 million – to rebuild Fox Elementary
  • NAACP cries foul after Mamie Locke passed over as Senate majority leader
  • One year since 6 people were killed in Chesapeake Walmart mass shooting, we remember and look ahead
  • A town’s ‘melting pot’ cemetery honored miners from many cultures but fell into disrepair. Supporters want to give it new life.
  • D.C.-area forecast: A better travel day with breezes drying us out
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