Monday Top Headlines
Obstructing Trump nominees, rebuilding military and Obama's lies.
Trump’s nominees face “unprecedented” Democrat obstructionism. (The Daily Signal)
Gen. James Mattis, Gen. John Kelly confirmed for Trump Cabinet spots. (Fox News)
Manpower shortage threatens Donald Trump’s hopes to rebuild military. (The Washington Times)
Obama was first president to spend more on welfare than defense. (CNS News)
Obama administration spent billions on failing schools, achieved nothing. (Hot Air)
Obama’s biggest whoppers — some of them anyway, considering the source… (The Washington Post) Yes, the Post discovered Obama lied.
Trump at the CIA — he “couldn’t resist turning the event into an extended and self-centered riff” about crowd size and dishonest media. (The Wall Street Journal)
Trump greets Comey: “He’s become more famous than me.” (The Hill)
Trump definitively forsakes his promise to release his tax returns. (Reason)
Supreme Court won’t rescue Texas voter ID law. (USA Today)
Policy: Should we want a bipartisan FCC? (Tech Policy Daily)
Policy: Fixing health care the free-market way. (Washington Examiner)