-Just the News
President Trump made a bold prediction back in May: “Vaccine work is looking VERY promising, before end of year,” he shared on Twitter. “The mainstream media didn’t like that prediction, not one little bit,” Joseph Curl writes. “For the record, Trump was technically wrong. There isn’t a vaccine—there are three.”
-New York Post
“COVID-19 vaccinations will eventually be available free at neighborhood pharmacy chains—just as flu shots are now—thanks to an agreement announced by federal health officials on Thursday,” Laura Italiano reports.
-The Wall Street Journal
“The political actions taken Wednesday by Twitter—and to a lesser extent Facebook—went far beyond normal content moderation,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes. “Silicon Valley’s partisan interference flies in the face of American instincts about democracy, fair play, and the spirit of the First Amendment.”
“The problem with conventional wisdom is not that it is always wrong. The rub is that the majority of ‘experts’ unthinkingly and habitually mouth its validity until they ensure that it becomes static, unchanging, and immune from reexamination and dissent—an intolerant religious orthodoxy that finally become dangerous,” Victor Davis Hanson writes.
-Stars And Stripes
President Trump will present the Medal of Honor today to Sergeant Major Thomas Payne, who braved machine gun fire on October 22, 2015, to save ISIS-held prisoners from a burning jail in northern Iraq. “Payne will receive the Medal of Honor on the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the primary event that convinced him to join the military, as thousands of other Americans did,” Corey Dickstein reports.