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GDP grew 3.5% in Q3, suspicious packages, bar all migrants, tax competitiveness, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 26, 2018
  • Economy grew at an annual rate of 3.5% in third quarter (The Washington Post)

  • Arrest made in connection with pipe bombs (The Hill)

  • Report: Some bombs were not capable of exploding (The Daily Wire)

  • Survey: One in seven Americans are OK with political violence at least “sometimes” (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Trump: “There is one way to settle our disagreements … peacefully, at the ballot box” (CNS News)

  • Trump mulls plan to bar entry of all migrants at southern border (Fox News)

  • Smugglers have cut 1,700 holes in San Diego’s border fence since 2015 (Washington Examiner)

  • Senate panel refers Avenatti, Kavanaugh accuser Swetnick for criminal investigation (CNBC)

  • More than half of America gets more in welfare than it pays in taxes (Mises Institute)

  • U.S. ranks 24 out of 35 on International Tax Competitiveness Index (CNS News)

  • Medicaid enrollment declines for the first time in more than a decade as strong economy boosts income for poor Americans (CNBC)

  • Trump outlines plan to lower Medicare drug prices to match prices overseas (Washington Examiner)

  • Following GOP “remodel,” average baseline ObamaCare premiums set to … drop (Townhall)

  • DOJ rolls out $60 million plan to fight drug crisis (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • China bows to Trump’s pressure campaign on purchase of Iranian oil (The Washington Times)

  • Humor: Caravan of liberal Americans makes way toward socialist paradise of Venezuela (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Sizing up the proposed Health Reimbursement Arrangements rule (American Action Forum)

  • Policy: How to improve Trump’s regulatory budget (Washington Examiner)

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