Wednesday Top Headlines

Consumer confidence up, Graham's citizenship bill, discrediting Mueller, Bergdahl, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 31, 2018
  • Consumer confidence hits 18-year high (Bloomberg)

  • Sen. Lindsey Graham to introduce bill ending birthright citizenship (The Hill)

  • Harry Reid in 1993: “No sane country” would give citizenship to people born from illegal aliens (The Daily Wire)

  • By the numbers: Four key points about birthright citizenship (The Daily Signal)

  • Migrant caravan demands transport as second group enters Mexico (Associated Press)

  • Brett Kavanaugh turns down over $600K raised by GoFundMe page; meanwhile, Christine Ford rakes in more than $1 million (The Daily Wire)

  • Mueller wants the FBI to look at a scheme to discredit him with assault allegations (The Atlantic)

  • Five states could wreck their economies in futile fight against “climate change” (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Ahead of 2018 election, Texas attorney general cracks down on voter fraud; 33 prosecuted in 2018 alone (NPR)

  • Millennial snowflakes explain why they’re not voting: “I hate mailing stuff. It gives me anxiety.” (The Daily Wire)

  • One in three college students believe physical violence is justified to prevent “hate speech” (Fox News)

  • LifeSiteNews threatened offline by its web-host company (The Daily Wire)

  • U.S. indicts nine Chinese cyber spies (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Chinese military secretly placing scientists in American universities (The Washington Times)

  • Kanye West leaves politics: “My eyes are now wide open … I’ve been used” (Townhall)

  • FedEx drops NRA deal by snail-mail (Reuters)

  • Thanks Obama: Five freed from Gitmo in exchange for Bergdahl join Taliban’s political office in Qatar (Military Times)

  • Green energy mandates could double your electric bills (The Daily Signal)

  • Not humor: Data suggests Democrats’ rhetoric may be inciting violence against the unborn (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: There is a Republican plan to cover preexisting conditions — and the House already passed it (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: Birthright citizenship: A nutty policy we’re probably stuck with (National Review)

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