July 28, 2017

Friday Top Headlines

  • McCain “no” vote kills ObamaCare repeal effort in Senate. (The Washington Times)

  • Firm behind anti-Trump dossier also worked for Russia, Senate witness says. (Fox News)

  • Ted Cruz: Voters will feel “sense of betrayal” over ObamaCare failure. (Washington Examiner)

  • Ryan gives up on border-adjusted tax on imports after attack. (Bloomberg)

  • Not so hot: Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Sequel” meets with skepticism even from the Left. (The Washington Times)

  • Feds spends millions on failed program to combat extremism in America. (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Twitter’s stock plummets on report it is losing money and losing users in the U.S. (Hot Air)

  • U.S., El Salvador team up to target MS-13 gang members. (CNS News)

  • Venezuela’s socialist government bans all protests starting Friday. (Hot Air)

  • Marxist group disbands because members were too rich, white. (Campus Reform)

  • African-American women are increasingly buying guns, statistics show. (The New York Times)

  • Trump awards officers Medals of Valor for actions in Scalise shooting. (Fox News)

  • Humor: Jeff Sessions wakes up next to severed horse head. (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Yes, we should block-grant Medicaid. (National Review)

  • Policy: The Democrats’ unprecedented nominations blockade. (Senate Republican Policy Committee)

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