Media Editors / September 6, 2018

Thursday Top Headlines

Kavanaugh hearings, Nike’s ad drop, Sanders’s tax, social media hearings, tariffs, and more.

  • Trump saboteur pens NYT op-ed that has Washington abuzz (The New York Times)

  • How Bob Woodward went from journalistic goat to hero overnight (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Five takeaways from Day 2 of Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing (The Daily Signal)

  • Sen. Feinstein dropped an absurd fake abortion stat during Kavanaugh confirmation hearing (Washington Examiner)

  • Nike’s distasteful Colin Kaepernick “Just Do It” ad just dropped early (CBS News)

  • Kaepernick campaign created $43 million in buzz for Nike (Bloomberg)

  • Sanders introduces bill taxing big corporations for employees’ welfare benefits (National Review)

  • Six key moments from social media hearings (The Daily Signal)

  • Sessions getting serious about tech company crackdown, will meet with state attorneys general (CNBC)

  • The media continue to report the fake news that Trump’s tax cuts blew a big hole in the budget (American Thinker)

  • Parkland father shreds Dianne Feinstein for “radical” anti-gun agenda (The Washington Times)

  • Resistance torches Devin Nunes’ family after he dared to expose intel agencies’ collusion with Democrats (The Federalist)

  • China warns it will retaliate if U.S. slaps on new tariffs (CNBC)

  • Tariffs on steel, aluminum, and lumber blamed for spiking home construction prices (Reason)

  • Humor: Senate Democrats vow to impotently shake fists while Kavanaugh is confirmed (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: National security must shift to focus on the slow-burning threats of nation-states, not the flash of a terrorist attack (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: Bernie Sanders is wrong about workers on welfare (Bloomberg Opinion)

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