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The caravan approaches, Saudi consequences, Texas Dems, Twitter blockage, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 19, 2018
  • U.S., Mexico agree on plan to handle migrant caravan from Central America (Fox News)

  • Trump: “Severe” consequences if Saudis murdered Khashoggi (Associated Press)

  • Pompeo: U.S. to give Saudis a “few more days” for Khashoggi explanation (National Review)

  • Texas Democrats ask noncitizens to register to vote, send applications with citizenship box pre-checked (The Washington Times)

  • Trump more available to media than any other president (ABC News)

  • DOJ opens clergy abuse probe in Pennsylvania (Associated Press)

  • Midterm ploy: Kamala Harris bill would subsidize families to the tune of up to $6,000 a year (The Sacramento Bee)

  • Pelosi tells Parkland kids gun control will be top Democrat priority after midterms (National Review)

  • LifeSiteNews blocked from Twitter — yet Louis Farrakhan remains… (The Daily Wire)

  • Venezuelans have come to regret the socialist revolution (Hot Air)

  • South African city set to seize land in national “test case” (Associated Press)

  • Not humor: Witches plan to gather in Brooklyn to curse Kavanaugh and the patriarchy (The Daily Caller)

  • Humor: Nation longs for more civilized age when politicians settled disputes with pistols (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Want to fix the Senate? Repeal the 17th Amendment (RealClearPolicy)

  • Policy: Caravan activists are weaponizing poor Central Americans (The Daily Signal)

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