Publius / December 21, 2016

Wednesday Top Headlines

FBI releases warrant on Clinton, living with parents, and Obama’s Aleppo.

  • FBI warrant released in Clinton concealed email case. Despite her denials, it relates to “criminal investigation.” (Fox News)

  • Trump will form infrastructure task force to manage $1 trillion project. (Hot Air)

  • Percentage of young Americans living with parents rises to 75-year high. And we were repeatedly told that the economy had recovered. (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Another ObamaCare co-op exits exchanges, leaving only 5 co-ops in 2017. But “if you like your plan, you can keep your plan.” (Washington Free Beacon)

  • Russia-Turkey relations unlikely to be derailed by shooting of ambassador. (The Daily Signal)

  • Russia, Iran, Turkey meet to broker Syria peace talks without U.S. Why not snub Obama? (UK Telegraph)

  • Obama’s “nuke deal” with Iran enabled Aleppo massacres. (Washington Examiner)

  • Missouri’s governor-elect is that rare politician against publicly funded stadiums. (Reason)

  • Troubled coal-fired plant could get a lifeline as Congress mulls tax-credit incentive for clean coal. (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Government bureaucrats charged in Flint debacle. (ABC News)

  • MTV News draws backlash for “2017 resolutions for white guys” video. Racist, anyone? (The Washington Times)

  • And a little satire: Local snowflake resents being compared to fragile college students. (Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: It’s not sexy, but procedural integrity makes the American system work. (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: A first whack at Social Security. (Investor’s Business Daily)

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