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Florence makes landfall, budget deal, Manafort pleads guilty, ObamaCare fails, and more.

Media Editors · Sep. 14, 2018
  • Hurricane Florence makes landfall as a Category 1 (Fox News)

  • With Hurricane Florence bearing down, political ads on the Weather Channel go up (The Resurgent)

  • Despicable and desperate: Dianne Feinstein sics feds on Kavanaugh for high school-era incident (The Washington Times)

  • Republicans thwart Democratic request for Kavanaugh documents, schedule confirmation vote (National Review)

  • Congress reaches deal to fund government through Dec. 7, preventing shutdown (The Hill)

  • Feds collect record individual income taxes through August; still run $898B deficit (CNS News)

  • Democrats will impose massive tax hikes if they win Congress (Washington Examiner)

  • John Kerry slammed for “shameful” shadow diplomacy after admitting to meetings with Iran (Fox News)

  • State Department: U.S. sanctions have cost Russian government “tens of billions” of dollars (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Paul Manafort will plead guilty, forfeit many assets in special counsel probe (ABC News)

  • ObamaCare is still failing at it’s ostensible objective: 29 million still uninsured (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Controversial Democratic socialist Julia Salazar unseats 16-year incumbent in NY state senate primary (Townhall)

  • California gives new meaning to “nanny state” with proposed regulations on kids’ meals (Washington Examiner)

  • Humor: 50.7 million children now detained in Trump’s facilities — they’re known as public schools (ScrappleFace)

  • Policy: Kerry should be prosecuted for illegal Iran meetings (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Policy: Confronting the governance crisis in the Middle East (American Enterprise Institute)

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