Morning Greatness: Biden USAID Chief Says Food Shortages Will Lead Farmers to Green Energy

Good Monday morning.

Here is what’s on 46 agenda today:

  • 10:15am: The President receives the President’s Daily Brief
  • 1:45pm: The President presents the Presidential Rank Awards to 230 winners from 37 federal agencies in a virtual ceremony
  • 4pm: The President and The First Lady host a reception to celebrate Eid al-Fitr; The Second Gentleman also attends


Biden Official Says Food Shortages Will Lead Farmers Toward Green Energy
Mayorkas responds to new disinformation board being compared to ‘1984’
Booker blasts Biden admin’s food justice efforts in closed-door meeting
Nancy Pelosi leads U.S. delegation to Kyiv and meets with Ukraine’s president
Biden official to migrants: “Do not come”
Rachel Levine says pediatricians all agree on importance of ‘gender-affirming care’ for children
DHS expecting up to 18K migrants daily once Title 42 is lifted: Mayorkas
Pelosi concludes secret visit to Ukraine
Immigration reform withers as Democrats descend into border infighting
Biden Considering $10,000 Student Loan Forgiveness Per Borrower
Bored White House Reporters Cry in Their Cheerios
DOJ Appeals Ruling Striking Down Mask Mandate for Travelers

Civil unrest:
Understaffed Portland police forced to shutter cold case unit, deal ‘devastating’ blow for families
NYC man stabbed to death at Times Square restaurant
Texas mom shoots man dead after he broke into home with her children inside
North Carolina parents outraged over school’s ‘Satan Club’
MSNBC warns of right-wing extremists weaponizing ‘motherhood’
Brian Stelter suggests worrying about crime is part of a ‘Republican narrative’
Antifa allegedly assaults Portland GOP rallygoers, understaffed police struggle to respond
A man was fatally stabbed at the Dave & Busters in Times Square

Coronavirus news:
Tourists, rejoice! Italy, Greece relax COVID-19 restrictions

Other morsels:
Evidence mounts of GOP involvement in Trump election schemes
Elon Musk’s big plans for Twitter: What we know so far
Tucker Carlson vows he won’t read N.Y. Times series about him
Dems start punching back against GOP’s “culture war” attacks
Hundreds of US urban areas will become rural with new criteria
Heroic ‘Ghost of Kyiv’ fighter doesn’t actually exist, Ukraine admits
‘The Supply Chain Does Not Exist’: Green Energy Industry Is In For A Rude Awakening
GOP Holds Generic Congressional Ballot Lead In NPR/Marist Poll For The First Time In Eight Years
UN “blocked” from delivering aid to starving Ukrainians in cities besieged by Russian forces
Manchin endorses Republican, slams Build Back Better, in West Virginia GOP primary ad
Kentucky Derby leads off Triple Crown without Bob Baffert
Putin’s war imperils Russia’s energy cash cow

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!



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About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

Photo: SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR - JUNE 14: USAID Administrator Samantha Power gestures while speaking to civil society members on June 14, 2021 in San Salvador, El Salvador. Samantha Power arrives in El Salvador on her first trip as Administrator to discuss the impact of USAID investments and the way forward to address the root causes of migration. Power will also promote USAID's efforts to help address the governance, economic, and security challenges that are influencing Central Americans to migrate north. (Photo by APHOTOGRAFIA/Getty)