Monday Top Headlines
Trump ends catch and release, London knife control, Syria attack, China and North Korea, and more.
Trump signs memo ordering end to “catch and release” practices (The Hill)
Massachusetts U.S. district judge rules Second Amendment does not apply to “assault weapons” (Reason)
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s key female advisor arrested for firearm possession (Free Beacon)
South Carolina secession bill introduced over gun rights (The Washington Times)
Trump threatens “Animal Assad,” Putin over alleged chemical attack in Syria (CBS News)
Iran threatens to restart nuke enrichment program in matter of days … as if they ever stopped (The Washington Free Beacon)
Xi takes center stage to defend China’s trade from Trump barrage (Bloomberg)
Tip of the iceberg — Facebook suspends another data analytics firm after CNBC discovers it was using tactics like Cambridge Analytica (CNBC)
Humor: Movement that demands forceful silencing of all opposing viewpoints unsure why nation so divided (The Babylon Bee)
Policy: Understanding the hidden $1.1 trillion welfare system and how to reform it (The Heritage Foundation)
Policy: Trade wars have no winners, only badly damaged survivors (Investor’s Business Daily)
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