Publius / January 20, 2017

Friday Top Headlines

More on Trump’s inauguration, cabinet approval and Obama’s debt.

  • Another inaugural tradition — prayer — under fire over Donald Trump. (The Washington Times)

  • Trump’s inaugural address banned from classroom. (Lifezette)

  • Senate set to confirm two Trump Cabinet nominees Friday. (The Washington Post)

  • No kidding. Russia fears Trump won’t be such a great deal after all. (Bloomberg)

  • Obama leaves U.S. $9,335,000,000,000 deeper in debt. (CNS News)

  • Obama commutes 330 drug sentences on last day as president — total was more than last 12 presidents combined. (Associated Press)

  • With midnight regulation, Obama Energy Department just outlawed your three-way bulb. (Washington Examiner)

  • Anatomy of a hit job: The New York Times’ disgraceful attack on Rick Perry. (National Review)

  • Student group sues after members arrested for handing out copies of Constitution. (The Daily Signal)

  • NY lawsuits blame social media in terror attacks. (Associated Press)

  • Policy: Obama’s tarnished environmental legacy. (American Action Forum)

  • Policy: Top 10 ways Obama violated the Constitution during his presidency. (Cato Institute)

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