Thursday Top Headlines

Cutting spending and red tape, civility update, State's false statements, emissions, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 18, 2018
  • Trump asks Cabinet agencies to cut 5% from budgets (The Washington Times)

  • Here’s how much red tape Trump has cut (The Daily Signal)

  • Paid Democrat voter fraud ring uncovered in Texas (Hot Air)

  • Civility update: Two Minnesota Republican candidates assaulted (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Record number of families crossing U.S. border, as Trump threatens new crackdown (The Washington Post)

  • State Department provided “clearly false” statements to derail requests for Clinton docs, “shocked” judge says (Fox News)

  • U.S. Treasury official charged with leaks linked to Russia probe (Reuters)

  • Student loan debt crisis: The next generation of graduates will include more borrowers who may never be able to repay (Bloomberg)

  • Americans now more skeptical of women claiming sexual harassment after year of #MeToo (The Daily Wire)

  • Thank fracking for continued decreases in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions (Washington Examiner)

  • EPA cheers decline in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions under Trump administration (The Washington Times)

  • $13,799,501 federal contract requires UC San Francisco to obtain aborted-baby parts to humanize mice (CNS News)

  • Humor: Mafia requests to no longer be called “the Mob” because of negative association with political activists (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Consumers will suffer the hangover from Trump’s ethanol binge (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: Yes, entitlements are a far bigger debt-driver than the recent tax cuts are (National Review)

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