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Michael's destruction, negative media, circuit court nominees, Pompeo's warning, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 11, 2018
  • Hurricane Michael: Most powerful storm to hit U.S. in 50 years tears through Florida (ABC News)

  • Reminder: The Left had no problem labeling the Tea Party a “mob” (Hot Air)

  • Economic boom largely ignored as TV’s Trump coverage hits 92% negative (NewsBusters)

  • A look at President Trump’s nominees to the Second and Ninth Circuits (National Review)

  • The differences between Christine Ford and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Nadia Murad, an Iraqi Yazidi woman (Frontpage Mag)

  • Mike Pompeo rebukes South Korea’s kowtowing to North Korea (Washington Examiner)

  • U.S. arrests Chinese intelligence officer for economic spying (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Trump’s tariffs now cost Americans more than ObamaCare taxes (Washington Examiner)

  • Politically charged American Music Awards hit new ratings low (National Review)

  • UK Supreme Court overturns case forcing Irish bakers to bake a same-sex marriage cake (The Resurgent)

  • Bottom story of the day: San Francisco dubbed “doo-doo capital” of the country (Fox News)

  • Humor: UN warns climate change will destroy Earth by 2005 (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Time to rethink how we value our online identities (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Policy: The emerging U.S. energy powerhouse (The Heartland Institute)

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