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October 16, 2017
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Natural and manmade tragedies in Houston, Florida, Puerto Rico, and Las Vegas have diverted public attention from NFL protests. Indeed, the magnitude of human suffering associated with historic storms and the worst mass shooting in U.S. history have again reminded us of what really counts in life.... (more)


October 16, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — In the aftermath of the Las Vegas mass shooting, ABC, CBS and NBC "wasted little time in exploiting the tragedy to advance their anti-gun rights agenda," writes NewsBusters.org analyst Geoffrey Dickens, who released a study on Monday reviewing the coverage.... (more)


October 15, 2017
CHERYL K. CHUMLEY — It's been two weeks since gunman Stephen Paddock powered up his piles of firearms in the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas, took aim at the crowds of country concert-goers his room overlooked, and began firing at the masses, killing 58 and injuring hundreds.... (more)


October 15, 2017
NEW YORK TIMES — State officials announced Friday that the wildfires across Northern California have destroyed at least 5,700 buildings. An analysis by The New York Times using satellite images in combination with its own ground surveys found that one fire in particular incinerated at least 5,100 structures, which would make it the most destructive wildfire in the state's history.... (more)


October 15, 2017
ANDREW MCCARTHY — Why don't the stories say: "President Trump Faithfully Executes Affordable Care Act"? In report after sky-is-falling report, the journalism wing of the media-Democrat complex castigates the president over his decision to -- as the New York Times put it -- "scrap subsidies to health insurance companies that help pay out of pocket costs of low-income people." These subsidy payments are "critical" to sustaining the "Affordable Care Act." Without them, the Grey Lady frets, "President Barack Obama's signature domestic achievement" could "unravel."... (more)


October 15, 2017
NEWSMAX — Pyongyang was behind the WannaCry computer hack that impacted nearly a quarter-million computers in 150 countries worldwide, Microsoft President Brad Smith claimed in an interview this week.... (more)


October 15, 2017
NEWSMAX — Authorities in Puerto Rico raised the death toll from Hurricane Maria by 3 to 48 on Saturday based on a review of medical records. The medical examiner concluded that the hurricane was the deciding factor in the three newly disclosed deaths, Secretary of Public Security Hector Pesquera said.... (more)


October 15, 2017
THE ATLANTIC — California's K-12 students will be learning more about the contributions of the LGBT community in the public-school curriculum as early as this fall. The California Board of Education recently voted in favor of a new History-Social Science Framework that builds on the Fair, Accurate, Inclusive and Respectful (FAIR) Education of 2012, which requires a more comprehensive representation of the LGBT community in school curricula.... (more)


October 14, 2017
NEWSMAX — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell praised President Donald Trump's decision to not recertify the Iran nuclear deal as being "in the vital national security interests of the United States."... (more)


October 14, 2017
PHILIP KLEIN — With President Trump declining to certify that the Iran deal is in the best interest of the United States, Congress will be faced with the decision of whether to take new steps to counter Iranian aggression. There will be plenty of time in the coming months to debate the details of any such legislation, but as Congress considers what to do, lawmakers should operate under the premise that they are under no obligations to honor former President Barack Obama's promises to Iran.... (more)


October 14, 2017
ART MOORE — The Department of Health and Human Services has published a draft of a new strategic plan that states in its introduction that life begins at conception. The personhood of the unborn child is central to the abortion debate -- as even the justice who wrote the landmark Roe v. Wade opinion has acknowledged -- because, if established in law, it would nullify a "right" to abortion.... (more)


October 14, 2017
BOB UNRUH — President Trump says Americans don't worship government, they should call evil by its name, and times are "changing back" to an earlier era when the nation's founders "invoked our Creator four times in the Declaration of Independence."... (more)


October 14, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Rep. Jim Jordan said Friday that President Trump's decision to stop cost-sharing payments is in line with what Republicans promised they would do in the health care debate. "He's not subverting a law. He's stopping unconstitutional payments to insurance companies who've made record profits the last few quarters," Mr. Jordan, Ohio Republican, said on CNN. "This is not appropriated dollars."... (more)


October 13, 2017
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY — Obamacare, despite the populist pablum peddled by its proponents, was and is a big raft of corporatism. It props up and protects the big companies that it regulates and taxes. It ties big business and big government together in a tawdry embrace whose offspring include higher prices, less consumer choice, and diminished competition.... (more)


October 13, 2017
FOX NEWS — Where in the world is Jesus Campos? The Mandalay Bay security guard shot by Stephen Paddock in the moments leading up to the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history was set to break his silence Thursday night with five television interviews, including one on Fox News, Campos' union president said.... (more)


October 13, 2017
WALL STREET JOURNAL — President Donald Trump took aim Friday at the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, vowing to end U.S. participation in the landmark deal unless Congress and U.S. allies are able to deliver on punitive measures targeting Tehran's missile program, its support for regional militant groups, and any future nuclear activities.... (more)


October 13, 2017
CHICAGO TRIBUNE — Charles Schulz once drew his iconic dog Snoopy losing everything in a house fire. This week, for Schulz's widow, that scenario became all too real. Jean Schulz safely escaped the fires as they began sweeping through Santa Rosa, California, before dawn Monday, but the blaze burned to the ground the home where she and the late "Peanuts" creator long lived.... (more)


October 12, 2017
NEWSMAX — The NRA said Thursday it opposes two pieces of legislation that would ban devices that turn semi-automatic firearms into weapons that work more like automatic ones.... (more)


October 12, 2017
ALICIA POWE — Thwarted over and over in his effort to repeal and replace Obamacare by a unified Democratic Party and a handful of Republicans, President Trump Thursday used his executive power to at least partially fulfill his major campaign promise. The president dismantled part of his predecessor's signature health-care legislation -- the Affordable Care Act -- with the "power of the pen," providing "millions of Americans with Obamacare relief."... (more)


October 12, 2017
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — President Trump intends to end insurance subsidies under Obamacare, a move that would likely result in lawsuits and put pressure on Congress to act. According to a statement Thursday evening from the White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, the Trump administration is making the move based on guidance from the Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services, which have concluded that there is no appropriation for cost-sharing reduction payments to insurance companies under Obamacare.... (more)


October 12, 2017
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The total number of laid-off workers receiving unemployment benefits fell to 1.89 million at the end of September, the Department of Labor reported Thursday, the lowest such mark in nearly 44 years. And new claims for unemployment benefits dropped 15,000 to 243,000 in the first full week of October, according to the agency, as the job market bounces back from hurricane damage even faster than forecasters expected.... (more)


October 12, 2017
ABC NEWS — Massive wildfires sweeping through California have killed at least 31 people and damaged thousands of homes, businesses and other buildings, authorities said. More than half of the deaths occurred in Sonoma County alone, officials said. Taken together, the death toll from this week's fires exceeds the number of fatalities in the 1933 Griffith Park Fire in Los Angeles, the deadliest wildfire in California history.... (more)


October 12, 2017
BOB UNRUH — The United States is dropping out of the United Nations' Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization only months after the international organization went "delusional" by declaring the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron a "Palestinian heritage site."... (more)


October 12, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — President Trump introduced his new Homeland Security secretary nominee Thursday, saying former Bush administration official and current deputy White House Chief of Staff Kirstjen Nielsen is the right person to carry out his campaign promises.... (more)


October 12, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Lost in the uproar over the NFL sideline protests against police brutality are newly released statistics showing that the threat to black men is skyrocketing -- not from trigger-happy or racist cops, but from crime. More than any other demographic group, black men are paying the price with their lives with a surging violent crime rate over the past two years, including a 20 percent jump in the overall homicide rate, even as the number of blacks killed by police declines.... (more)


 

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