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Daily Red Alert - 7/15/22

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1% of Harvard faculty in survey identify as ‘conservative’ - Washington Times

“Is there political diversity at Harvard University? Apparently not, according to an annual survey of faculty staff conducted by The Crimson, the school’s student newspaper.”

Professor Sues University After Being Censored for Rejecting Woke ‘Land Acknowledgment’ - The Epoch Times

“A professor has filed a First Amendment lawsuit against the University of Washington (UW), which censored him for disagreeing with the idea that the university campus sits on “occupied land” belonging to a native tribe.”

Seattle mayor considers incentives for police amid officer shortage - Fox Business

“Seattle announced a $2 million plan Wednesday to address what Mayor Bruce Harrell described as a critical shortage of police officers in the city.”

Warner Bros. studio hit with COVID outbreak as LA faces mask mandates - New York Post

“The trove of new cases coming out of Hollywood studios, and LA overall, come as the county expects to shift into the “high” level on the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID-19 community level tracker, the newspaper said. As of Thursday, the CDC said LA County remained at a “medium” level, but that status could change if cases continue to rise.”

The war on ‘wokeness’ is coming for companies - Fortune

“Florida's new "Stop WOKE Act," which took effect July 1, could be a huge step back for DEI professionals and the swath of companies that pushed for more intentional diversity and inclusion efforts in 2020.”

RedBalloon in the News

More than 260,000 Troops Not Fully Vaccinated, Many Face Discharge Under Biden Administration Mandate - RoboAmerican

“The U.S. Army is getting rid of the best of the best,” Andrew Crapuchettes, CEO of RedBalloon, a company that links anti-vaccine mandate job seekers with prospective employers, said in an email statement.”

The Daily Red Alert is a collection of stories that relate to the issues of freedom in the workplace, business, and the US economy.

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