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Trump's budget and infrastructure plans, consumer confidence up, Demo memo blocked, and more.

Political Editors · Feb. 12, 2018
  • CNN slammed for glowing puff piece about Kim Jong Un’s sister at Olympics (Fox News)

  • Trump’s budget will propose cutting $3 trillion, set goal of reducing the debt rather than balancing the budget (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump to unveil $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan (The Washington Times)

  • Why did the GOP vote for a budget-busting spending bill? Because voters don’t seem to care. (The Washington Post)

  • Consumer spending update: Confidence rockets to new four-year high (Rasmussen Reports)

  • No. 3 official at the Justice Department is stepping down (The New York Times)

  • Trump asks for Democrat memo “re-do” after blocking release (Bloomberg)

  • Grassley-Graham Memo affirms Nunes memo — media yawns (National Review)

  • DACA recipient wanted for murder in Texas (The Daily Wire)

  • In a first, Bermuda repeals same-sex marriage (The Washington Times)

  • OxyContin maker stops promoting opioids, cuts sales staff (CNBC)

  • San Francisco fines landlord $2 million for renting out dwellings to low-income veterans that violated zoning codes (Reason)

  • Outback asked uniformed officer to leave because he was armed (NRA-ILA)

  • Student loans will cost taxpayers $36 billion: Thanks, Obama (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Israel hits back at Iran and Syria as border region boils (Bloomberg)

  • Policy: The major issue plaguing accident-prone Amtrak (Manhattan Institute)

  • Policy: The congressional budget process: a brief primer (American Enterprise Institute)

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