What Newt\u2019s Reading\u00a0 \u201cThe 2020 election was a strong showing for GOP women.\u201d-Newt\u00a0\u00a0 GOP Congresswoman-Elect: Republican Women Have Also Been Breaking Glass Ceilings By Justine Coleman The Hill\u00a0 In an interview on CNN, Representative-elect Nancy Mace (R-SC)\u00a0said\u00a0that Democrats do not possess a monopoly on breaking glass ceilings and that Republican women have also been breaking glass ceilings this year. She added that\u00a0if women wanted a seat on the table,\u00a0they were going to have to risk it all and run for office. While Democrats still have a greater number of female representatives in Congress, Mace argued that Republicans\u00a0have ramped up women recruitment. By recruiting minorities, veterans,\u00a0and women, Mace\u00a0said\u00a0the\u00a02021\u00a0Republican freshman class represented the diversity of the party. Representative-elect Nicole\u00a0Malliotakis\u00a0(R-N.Y.) also told CNN that GOP congressmen would work to counterbalance the socialist \u201csquad\u201d and stand\u00a0for freedom and liberty. \u201cJon\u00a0Ossoff is unable to identify with the people he seeks to represent.\u201d-Newt Senate Hopeful Jon Ossoff Is a 'Trust Fund Socialist' By Rep. Buddy Carter Savannah Morning News\u00a0 Six years is a long time,\u00a0and it is imperative that Georgians make the right choice for US\u00a0Senator\u00a0in the upcoming Senate runoffs.\u00a0Jon\u00a0Ossoff, the Democratic nominee for the seat,\u00a0does not understand the struggles faced by Georgians in their daily lives. He purchased a foreign film company that has worked with the Chinese Communist Party and Al Jazeera, a paid\u00a0propaganda arm of the Qatari government.\u00a0Ossoff\u00a0has also advocated for radical, far-left policies such as defunding the police and the Green New Deal, which would destroy Georgia\u2019s agriculture industry. He also supports\u00a0Bernie Sanders\u2019 plan to implement government-sponsored health insurance which would limit access to health care. We cannot afford six years of Jon\u00a0Ossoff\u00a0as an advocate for the\u00a0far-left. \u201cThe assassination of Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, exposed the relationship between Iran and al Qaeda.\u201d-Newt Abu Muhammad Al-Masri's Assassination Exposes Relations Between Tehran and Al Qaeda By Clifford D. May The Washington Times\u00a0 In a carefully planned assassination,\u00a0Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, the deputy emir of al Qaeda, was killed on Aug.\u00a07 by Israeli operatives. Abdullah spent years on the FBI\u2019s Most Wanted list and is said to be the criminal mastermind behind the bombings of American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania 22\u00a0years ago, which\u00a0killed more than 200 people. Abdullah\u2019s\u00a027-year old\u00a0daughter, Miriam, who was being groomed to be an al Qaeda leader in the future, was also killed as part of the assassination. The fact that Iran\u00a0played a gracious host for an al Qaeda leader is understandable given that they are both committed to waging jihad and spreading radical Islam. In 2011, Obama\u2019s\u00a0Treasury\u00a0and\u00a0State\u00a0Department\u00a0began to uncover the ties between Iran and al Qaeda\u2019s terrorism\u00a0but that did not slow down his administration\u2019s efforts to reach out to Iran\u2019s leaders without ending their nuclear program. Joe Biden has defended the Iran nuclear deal and has promised to revive it. Maybe the revelation of Iran\u2019s links to al Qaeda may give him second thoughts,\u00a0but this\u00a0remains to be seen. \u201cSeattle City Council wants to provide an exemption from prosecution for misdemeanors they consider\u00a0\u2018crimes of poverty.\u2019\u201d- Newt The New Untouchables By Christopher R.\u00a0Rufo City Journal\u00a0\u00a0 In October, the Seattle City Council considered legislation that would exempt persons suffering from poverty, homelessness, addiction,\u00a0and mental disorders from prosecution for most misdemeanors. This move attempts to frame crime as an expression of social justice and creates a new class of \u201cuntouchables\u201d who are protected from the consequences of their actions. Practically, this would legalize a whole spectrum of misdemeanors, including theft, destruction of property and indecent exposure. This would also eliminate the bulk of the caseload at the Seattle Municipal Court, creating a justification for the progressive goal of reducing the size of the courts. Needless to say, it would provide\u00a0an\u00a0pathway\u00a0for crime in a city that is already besieged by homeless encampments and addiction-fueled crime. Lisa Herbold, the city councilwoman who proposed this legislation, tried to sneak it through the budgetary process, framing her move\u00a0in social justice terms as an attempt to reduce the cost of court proceedings and jail usage. Thankfully, the proposal was flagged by a local watchdog group and the barrage of negative attention prompted Herbold to send the proposal to the Public Safety Committee. While the legislation is wounded, it could resurface at any time and Seattle residents should stay vigilant in case their public officials create a criminal class that faces no legal ramifications. \u201cSan Diego mayor slams Newsom\u2019s\u00a0coronavirus lockdowns\u00a0says 'no science' behind new restrictions.\u201d-Newt San Diego Mayor Slams Newsom\u2019s Coronavirus Lockdowns, Says\u00a0'No Science' Behind New Restrictions By David\u00a0Montanaro Fox News\u00a0 The Republican mayor of San Diego, Kevin\u00a0Faulconer, criticized California Gov.\u00a0Gavin Newsom for the state\u2019s new COVID-19\u00a0restrictions\u00a0arguing that they had no scientific backing.\u00a0Faulconer\u00a0specifically pointed to the closure of outdoor dining and\u00a0parks for children as moves that would likely result in public anger and frustration. In response to Newsom\u2019s orders, cities such as Beverly Hills, Pasadena,\u00a0and Los Angeles have declined to enforce the governor\u2019s new restrictions.\u00a0Faulconer, who is reportedly considering a gubernatorial bid in 2022, mentioned his concern for business owners who had taken great financial pain to comply with previous COVID-19\u00a0restrictions and expressed his concern over the fact that arbitrary closures may erode confidence in public health officials. Newsom himself became the subject of criticism recently when he dined in the expensive French Laundry restaurant in Napa County with multiple people, apparently violating of the state\u2019s rules limiting the number of households that could gather in one place.