Capitol Report (Nov. 10): Mandates Despite COVID-19 Posing Little Threat to Children

While hundreds of thousands of children have received the CCP (Chinese Communist Partyvirus vaccine, a significant number of parents remain concerned about the vaccine’s safety and will not be getting the shot for their children.

With the recent approval of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz introduces legislation to prevent public schools and the federal government from imposing vaccine mandates on children. We also speak with Dr. Jeff Myers, president of Summit Ministries, to get his take.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi led a group of Democrats to speak at the United Nations climate summit—they’re assuring other nations they’ll make good on their climate promises — as another battle in Congress shapes up to pass President Joe Biden’s next spending bill.

Thursday is Veterans Day. Americans will honor all those who have served in the armed forces and defended the nation. And this year, at more than 90 special naturalization ceremonies, roughly 4500 members of the military and their families will become U.S. citizens.

With Veterans Day upon us, we had a unique opportunity to chat with a U.S. Army veteran who also happened to design the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C.

And producer price increases match the highest annual rise on record since 2008, only adding more fuel to inflation concerns.

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