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Paul Curtman
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(DAILY MAIL) Human remains discovered in the search for Brian Laundrie

(FOX) Brian Laundrie search: FBI confirms unidentified human remains, fugitive’s backpack and notebook found

(WSJ) In-N-Out Burger in San Francisco Closed for Violating City Vaccine Policy

(WSJ) Taliban Commander Who Launched Bombings in Kabul Is Now a Police Chief in Charge of Security
Mawlawi Zubair Mutmaeen used to run Taliban suicide-bombing squads in Kabul. On a recent day, in his new role as police chief for one of the Afghan capital’s districts, he was busy mediating a marital dispute.
“Previously I was serving Islam, and now I’m also serving Islam. There is no difference,” Mr. Mutmaeen, 39, said.
The Taliban-turned-cops under Mr. Mutmaeen’s command aren’t being paid, and they haven’t received training in actual police work. It isn’t clear what laws they are enforcing, other than their understanding of the Islamic Shariah. 

(BBC) The 100 greatest TV series of the 21st Century

1          The Wire (2002-2008)
2          Mad Men (2007-2015)
3          Breaking Bad (2008-2013)
4          Fleabag (2016-2019)
5          Game of Thrones (2011-2019)
6          I May Destroy You (2020)
7          The Leftovers (2014-2017)
8          The Americans (2013-2018)
9          The Office (UK) (2001-2003)
10        Succession (2018-)

(CNN) Dave Chappelle insulted another audience no one mentions
Dave Chappelle’s latest Netflix special may have attracted a barrage of criticism from the LGBTQ community, but there is another group that he has offended that no one mentions:The long list of iconic Black comics who affirmed gender nonconforming people or were members of the LGBTQ community themselves.

(HOT AIR) “Jokes are funny!”: Protesters crash walkout by Netflix workers over Chappelle special

(WSJ) Why Kyrsten Sinema Is at the Center of Democrats’ Tax-Hike Fight
“I find it incredibly disappointing,” said Michael Slugocki, a vice chair of the Arizona Democratic Party, about Ms. Sinema’s opposition to raising taxes. “This is not what we elected her to do. She never ran on a campaign to defend the wealthy from raising taxes, she didn’t run on a defense of large corporations, she ran to improve the lives of everyday Arizonans.”
When she was a House member, Ms. Sinema voted against the 2017 tax cut legislation passed under the Trump administration, which cut the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. But in 2018, after the cuts became law, she was one of the few Democrats who voted to extend major portions of the individual tax cuts beyond their scheduled expiration date.

(WSJ) Fed Official Says Lingering Inflation Could Change Interest-Rate Outlook
A top Federal Reserve official warned that extended high inflation through next spring could force the central bank to consider raising interest rates sooner than anticipated.



(FOX) Trump defense official: China is on its way to replacing US as world superpower

KATIE RASH 7:35 – francishowellfamilies.org

This is the date and time of the board meeting that we need to make people aware of.
October 21
Westwood Trail Academy
(810 Westwood Ind. Park Dr., Weldon Spring, MO 63304)

DOUG ERNST 7:35 – Doug Ernst is a former Heritage Foundation employee with its Young Leaders Program, a former writer for The Washington Times, and creator of the Soulfinder graphic novel series

GREG WRIGHTSTONE 8:05 – CLIMATE CHANGE ANALYST: Gregory Wrightstone, is a geologist and the Executive Director of the CO2 Coalition in Arlington Virginia. He is bestselling author of Inconvenient Facts: The Science that Al Gore doesn’t want you to know.

DONNA JACKSON 8:35 – Donna Jackson, a Project 21 member who serves as the program’s director of membership development, is a seasoned accountant with public and private sector experience as well as previous forays into politics and ministry.

Paul Curtman is a veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, an author, conference speaker, and statesman. For nearly 20 years, Paul has helped lead and develop leaders in the United States military, public service sectors, and business. Paul is a strong advocate for personal and economic freedom as well as the strength and integrity of the free market system. He is a Fellow at Club for Growth in Washington D.C. and currently lives in Missouri with his wife, Ruth, and their four children.
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