Biden Approval Sinks to New Low of 31 Percent in Iowa Poll

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on a National Security Initiative inside the East Room at the White House in Washington, D.C., September 15, 2021. (Tom Brenner/Reuters)
President Biden’s job approval rating plummeted over the past few months, according to an Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll released on Tuesday.
Just 31 percent of Iowa residents approve of the president’s job performance, dropping below former President Trump’s lowest rating in the same poll (35 percent in December 2017).

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Independent Source Confirms Authenticity of Damning Hunter Biden Emails

Two crucial emails included among the material reportedly taken from Hunter Biden’s laptop last year are genuine, according to new evidence presented in the book The Bidens by Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger.
A 2015 email from Ukrainian businessman Vadym Pozharsky thanking Hunter Biden for “giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together” is genuine, according to a person described in Politico Playbook as having “independent access” to Hunter’s emails.

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Independent Source Confirms Authenticity of Damning Hunter Biden Emails

Two crucial emails included among the material reportedly taken from Hunter Biden’s laptop last year are genuine, according to new evidence presented in the book The Bidens by Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger.
A 2015 email from Ukrainian businessman Vadym Pozharsky thanking Hunter Biden for “giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together” is genuine, according to a person described in Politico Playbook as having “independent access” to Hunter’s emails.

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Independent Source Confirms Authenticity of Damning Hunter Biden Emails

Two crucial emails included among the material reportedly taken from Hunter Biden’s laptop last year are genuine, according to new evidence presented in the book The Bidens by Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger.
A 2015 email from Ukrainian businessman Vadym Pozharsky thanking Hunter Biden for “giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together” is genuine, according to a person described in Politico Playbook as having “independent access” to Hunter’s emails.

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Did Closing Schools Enhance Health?

A father and son pass a sign announcing that the school is closed for the academic year due to the coronavirus in Falls Church, Va., March 25, 2020. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
During the fall term, the fatality risk of teaching was comparable to that of driving 18 miles alone in a car.
Many U.S. school buildings, especially those operated by the public sector, were closed last year.  Academic progress, child development, and psychological health suffered from e-learning.

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Did Closing Schools Enhance Health?

A father and son pass a sign announcing that the school is closed for the academic year due to the coronavirus in Falls Church, Va., March 25, 2020. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
During the fall term, the fatality risk of teaching was comparable to that of driving 18 miles alone in a car.
Many U.S. school buildings, especially those operated by the public sector, were closed last year.  Academic progress, child development, and psychological health suffered from e-learning.

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Did Closing Schools Enhance Health?

A father and son pass a sign announcing that the school is closed for the academic year due to the coronavirus in Falls Church, Va., March 25, 2020. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
During the fall term, the fatality risk of teaching was comparable to that of driving 18 miles alone in a car.
Many U.S. school buildings, especially those operated by the public sector, were closed last year.  Academic progress, child development, and psychological health suffered from e-learning.

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Did Closing Schools Enhance Health?

A father and son pass a sign announcing that the school is closed for the academic year due to the coronavirus in Falls Church, Va., March 25, 2020. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
During the fall term, the fatality risk of teaching was comparable to that of driving 18 miles alone in a car.
Many U.S. school buildings, especially those operated by the public sector, were closed last year.  Academic progress, child development, and psychological health suffered from e-learning.

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The Real Drain on Education Spending

Teachers picket at Sullivan High School on the second day of a strike in Chicago, Ill., October 18, 2019. (John Gress/Reuters)
Employee benefits — not school-choice programs — are consuming an increasingly larger share of the education-funding pie in every state.
As public-school battles over masks, vaccinations, and critical race theory continue, one thing is for certain this year: The demand for school choice will be stronger than ever. Yet misconceptions about school-choice programs draining funding from public schools still abound.

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The Real Drain on Education Spending

Teachers picket at Sullivan High School on the second day of a strike in Chicago, Ill., October 18, 2019. (John Gress/Reuters)
Employee benefits — not school-choice programs — are consuming an increasingly larger share of the education-funding pie in every state.
As public-school battles over masks, vaccinations, and critical race theory continue, one thing is for certain this year: The demand for school choice will be stronger than ever. Yet misconceptions about school-choice programs draining funding from public schools still abound.

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