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GOP adds Senate clout, migrant fraud, border wall demands, GM subsidies, frog habitats, and more.

Media Editors · Nov. 28, 2018
  • Republican Senate win in Mississippi gives Mitch McConnell three votes to spare to confirm Trump judges (Washington Examiner)

  • Nooses found near Mississippi state capitol turn out to be Democrat “protest” (The Daily Wire)

  • Rate of migrant men arriving at border with children up 110% in two years; meanwhile, 170 family units were separated between April and September after they were found to be unrelated (National Review)

  • Illegal alien mother sues U.S. government for $60 million over child death (The Washington Times)

  • As Trump renews border wall demands, government shutdown looms (Reuters)

  • Poll: Seven in 10 Mexicans have negative view of migrant families arriving to their country (The Daily Caller)

  • Trump to GM: Reopen those plants or lose your subsidies (CNBC)

  • Trump rejects “man-made” climate change (The Hill)

  • Supreme Court sides with landowners in dispute over frog habitats (National Review)

  • ObamaCare enrollment drops — three reasons why that’s good news (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • California bar killer had seven 30-round magazines — enough ammo to kill many more (Associated Press)

  • State Department funds nonprofit that provided “material support” to Iran, Hamas (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Jim Acosta gets his first question after White House ban; here’s how Sarah Sanders responded (The Daily Caller)

  • Humor: Melania Trump criticized for decorating White House with skulls of her enemies (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Biofuel mandates have been an environmental disaster (Foundation for Economic Education)

  • Policy: Work, skills, and community: Restoring opportunity for the working class (American Enterprise Institute)

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