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Trump's border case, health care for illegals, $16 billion in deregulation, Rosenstein leaving, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 9, 2019
  • Trump makes the prime-time case for a border barrier; Democrats insist he’s “cruel” (Associated Press)

  • Pelosi, Schumer spark laughs on social media for “angry parents” rebuttal to Trump address (Fox News)

  • Don’t tie tragic National Park deaths to the government shutdown (Reason)

  • Leftists’ plans extend health care to illegal aliens, placing them on par with U.S. citizens (The Washington Times)

  • New California governor vows “sanctuary to all who seek it” (CBS Los Angeles)

  • Federal agencies cut over $16 billion in regulations in 2018 (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Rosenstein reportedly to leave DOJ in coming weeks (Fox News)

  • U.S.-China trade talks wrap up in Beijing as hopes of a deal build (Reuters)

  • Broward Sheriff Scott Israel tells staff he’s being suspended over Parkland response (Miami Herald)

  • Pentagon: Military logistics system not ready for war with China or Russia (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Cancer deaths decline 27% over 25 years (U.S. News & World Report)

  • Judge says Christian baker Jack Phillips’ lawsuit against civil rights officials can proceed (The Daily Signal)

  • Russian in Trump Tower meeting is charged in separate case (The New York Times)

  • Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO worth $137 billion, to divorce wife of 25 years (Fox News)

  • Humor: With government shut down, citizens forced to interfere in their own lives (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Easy money is driving the boom-bust cycles (Foundation for Economic Education)

  • Policy: Some steps to reforming our bureaucracies (The Daily Signal)

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