A&G's Hot Links: News & Views on Wednesday August 4


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ARMSTRONG & GETTY'S HOT LINKS!

Headlines, data and drivel discussed during The A&G Show.

News & Views on Wednesday August 4, 2021.

Boston mayor compares NYC’s vaccine mandate to slavery, birtherism

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Jane Fonda explored recall run amid concerns about Newsom's vulnerability

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Obama scales back plans for 60th birthday party amid coronavirus concerns.

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Renewed calls to defund NPR...journalists can now openly advocate for a litany of hot-button political topics.

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A bill in Congress would send monthly payments — or "guaranteed income" — of up to $1,200 for adults and $600 for children

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Woman struck by car because encampment allegedly blocked sidewalk sues Los Angeles, county, state

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Nation of Renters..Concern that mom-and-pop landlords will be forced to sell and rents will go up.

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Americans Are Willing to Take Pay Cuts to Never Go Into the Office Again

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Texas Police Asks Drug Dealers To Snitch On Their Competition

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NIH Director Backtracks on Instructing Parents to Wear Masks at Home around Unvaccinated Kids

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Offspring drummer can't get COVID-19 vaccine for medical reasons, so won't play at upcoming shows

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Gov. Parson pardons Mark, Patricia McCloskey of charges related to pointing guns at protesters

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Mayor Breed facing nearly $23K fine for series of ethics violations while in office

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S.F. exploring potential mandate requiring vaccination proof for entry to indoor restaurants, gyms

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East Bay school board meeting shutdown as parents speak out against face masks in classrooms

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California sees significant rise in vaccinations as employers issue mandate

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Florida poll: DeSantis falls behind Crist as COVID-19 cases surg

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Delta's peak is difficult to project, but could come this month

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Runner Shares Her Victories, Gets Blocked on Instagram

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WHO Chief Calls for Global Pause of Booster Shots

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Arkansas’ Republican Governor Admits Mistake on Mask Mandates as Cases Soar: ‘I Wish That Had Not Become Law’

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New Hampshire man forced from cabin after squatting for 27 years

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Men could soon vastly outnumber women as 'cultural preference' sparks boom, study finds

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Coming soon: America's own social credit system