Thursday Top Headlines

GDP revised down but tax cuts are coming, Dems focus on impeachment and lose funding, and more.

Political Editors · Dec. 21, 2017
  • House approves tax bill, sending sweeping measure to Trump (The Hill)

  • Win for workers: Major corporations celebrate passage of tax reform with holiday bonuses (The Washington Times)

  • Don’t worry, lower taxes are coming: U.S. third-quarter growth revised down to 3.2% pace from 3.3% (Bloomberg)

  • Inspector general: IRS employees found “harassing or abusing taxpayers” (CNS News)

  • Forget what they say — House Democrats are readying for impeachment (The Washington Post)

  • In related news? DNC raised $5.7M last month, lowest November since 2007 (Washington Examiner)

  • Congress to investigate Obama scheme to nix investigation into Hezbollah terrorists (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Democrat IT aides ran car dealership with markings of a nefarious money laundering operation (The Daily Caller)

  • Al Franken finally sets date for his Senate exit (Fox News)

  • Single-vote victory in Virginia race not valid, could end in a coin toss (The Washington Times)

  • Socialist paradise Venezuela’s brutal crime crackdown: executions, machetes and 8,292 dead (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Judge declares mistrial in Cliven Bundy case, faults federal prosecutors for withholding evidence (The Washington Post)

  • Confederate statues removed from Memphis parks after city council sells land (ABC News)

  • Nonprofit pays off layaway balances for 12 Fort Bragg families (Daily Mail)

  • Humor: Nation furious over giving government less of their money (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The renewable fuel standard belongs on the naughty list (The Daily Caller)

  • Policy: Suspension reform is tormenting schools (City Journal)

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