Wednesday Top Headlines

Federal spending problem continues apace, walkout fallout, climate change bunk, abortion horror, and more.

Political Editors · Mar. 21, 2018
  • Congress is still ignoring its spending problem as deadline looms for $1.3 trillion spending bill (Reason)

  • House GOP leaders call for second special counsel (National Review)

  • Self-solver: Austin bombing suspect kills self with explosive as police close in (Austin American-Statesman)

  • Walkout fallout: School districts hit with backlash over political activism (The Washington Times)

  • “March for Our Lives” now operating under dark money nonprofit advocacy group (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • FTC probing Facebook for use of personal data (The Hill)

  • YouTube suspends major gun manufacturer, bans instructional gun videos (The Federalist)

  • Illegal immigrants, who dodged California ICE raid after Dem mayor’s tip-off, re-arrested for new crimes (Fox News)

  • The flawed methodology behind studies measuring the cost of climate change (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • College student reinstated after 18-day exile from Christianity class for gender speech (Fox News)

  • Abortionist: I cut the vocal cord so the baby can’t scream (CNS News)

  • Humor: Ultrasound shows unborn baby holding “Keep Your Laws Off My Body” sign (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: A chance to really end welfare as we know it (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Policy: Hero school officer in Maryland sets example for how we stop school shooters (Washington Examiner)

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