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Brett Kavanaugh's view on 2A, NATO allies up spending, ISIS's Afghan "capital" captured, new rules on asylum, and more.

Media Editors · Jul. 12, 2018
  • Brett Kavanaugh’s view on the Second Amendment (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Trump: NATO allies agree to “substantially up” spending (The Hill)

  • House Democrat: “China declared trade war,” not Trump (Washington Examiner)

  • ISIS “capital” captured in Afghanistan, over 160 fighters killed by U.S., Afghan troops (Fox News)

  • Immigrants find noncitizen voter registration easy (The Washington Times)

  • Feds’ new rules could stop asylum surge (The Washington Times)

  • Grassley, Meadows find more evidence of political bias at FBI as Strzok, Page summoned to testify (CNS News)

  • Peter Strzok faces the music (Washington Examiner)

  • Congress authorized sanctions against Russia’s Nord Stream pipeline last summer (CNS News)

  • Trump cracks down on disability skimming (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Jim Jordan targeted by deep-state-tied group in Ohio State abuse scandal, Matt Gaetz says (Washington Examiner)

  • Good news: Taking the task “to serve and protect” to the next level: Pasco firefighters help save man, then return to save his lawn (Tampa Bay Times)

  • Stormy Daniels arrested inside strip club (Fox News)

  • Papa John’s found resigns hours after apologizing for using the N-word (The Washington Post)

  • Humor: New study reveals humanity just one “coexist” bumper sticker away from world peace (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Congress needs to make changes to the final NDAA (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Making the right move on racial preferences (City Journal)

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