Thursday Top Headlines

Fast and Furious update, trade deficit, judicial vacancies, transgender protection and more.

Political Editors · Mar. 8, 2018
  • DOJ to give House Oversight panel more “Fast and Furious” documents (The Hill)

  • $35,952,800,000: U.S.-China trade deficit set January record (CNS News)

  • Democrat obstruction leads to more court vacancies than when Trump took office (The Daily Signal)

  • Video: How an Obama-era precedent may doom California’s “sanctuary” efforts (National Review)

  • Federal court extends workplace sex-discrimination protections to people who identify as transgender (National Review)

  • NYT corrects piece about couple’s tax increase under new law to admit their taxes would go down (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • After Florida assault, predictably, more than 600 copycat threats have targeted schools (USA Today)

  • If Aetna can afford a six-figure contribution for gun control, why are health insurers asking for a multi-billion dollar federal bailout for the ObamaCare exchanges? (The Federalist)

  • America should ban civilian guns to protect human rights, Chinese communist dictatorship says through state-run media (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Facebook, Google make the country safer by censoring ads for… gun locks (Hot Air)

  • Humor: IRS still waiting for liberals to voluntarily mail their refund checks back (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Taking a chisel, not a hammer, to Dodd-Frank isn’t enough — but it’s a start (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Policy: Uncle Sam must rein in retirement benefits or we’re headed for economic disaster (Manhattan Institute)

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