Tuesday Top Headlines

"Birthright citizenship," troops to the border, guns save lives, pro-life win, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 30, 2018
  • Trump eyes plan to end unconstitutional “birthright citizenship” (Axios)

  • Chief Justice John Roberts will have hand on throttle as Supreme Court veers right (Bloomberg Quint)

  • Pentagon sending 5,200 troops to southern border a week before the midterms (Associated Press)

  • Second migrant caravan defies heavy police presence, enters Mexico (The Washington Times)

  • Shots fired into GOP campaign office in Florida (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Father shoots, kills masked man who opened fire at Birmingham McDonald’s (WBRC)

  • Who would have thought? Gun confiscation hasn’t helped DC crime rate (Bearing Arms)

  • DC moves toward getting rid of fossil fuels altogether by 2032 (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump seeks more than $300,000 in attorney’s fees from Stormy Daniels (Fox News)

  • Judge permanently bans enforcement of California law requiring pro-life groups to promote abortion (The Daily Signal)

  • New evidence suggests abortion mill Planned Parenthood lied to Congress about aborted baby part profits (The Federalist)

  • Supreme Court turns away GOP challenge to new Pennsylvania electoral map (The Hill)

  • Ahead of Halloween, universities nationwide warn against cultural appropriation (The College Fix)

  • German chancellor Angela Merkel will not seek reelection in 2021 (The Guardian)

  • Humor: Report: Lots of yelling at each other expected to fix things any day now (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Immigration law and enforcement in dire need of clarity and major overhaul (The Heritage Foundation)

  • Policy: Proof that “see something, say something” can stop a school shooting (The Daily Signal)

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