Media Editors / Oct. 24, 2019

Thursday Top News Executive Summary

Impeachment session stormed, Katie Hill probed, ISIS inmates missing, and more.

Above the Fold


“WHAT IS ADAM SCHIFF TRYING TO HIDE?” GOP lawmakers storm closed-door impeachment session, as Schiff walks out (Fox News)

DECEMBER TARGET: Democrats set December impeachment target, but obstacles abound — like the fact the whole thing’s a charade (Reuters)

Government & Politics


#METOO: Katie Hill becomes first female lawmaker to face House ethics inquiry over sexual relationship with subordinate (Washington Examiner)

ADVERSE SOCIETY: Soros-funded group Open Society Policy Center eclipses $70 million spent on lobbying since Trump took office (The Washington Free Beacon)

COMMON GROUND, PART I: Bipartisan bill would streamline path to citizenship for children of U.S. military (The Washington Times)

COMMON GROUND, PART II: House unanimously passes bipartisan bill to make animal cruelty a federal crime (USA Today)

National Security


NEEDLES IN A HAYSTACK: State Department says 100+ ISIS prisoners missing after Turkish invasion of Syria (National Review)

Culture & Heartland


AND NOT A MOMENT TOO SOON: Texas governor announces investigation into case of mother transitioning seven-year-old against father’s wishes (The Daily Caller)

IDIOCRACY: Majority of Americans want First Amendment rewritten; 51% of Millennials want fines or jail time for “hate speech” (The Washington Free Beacon)

GOOD RIDDANCE: Florida Senate votes to permanently oust Broward Sheriff Scott Israel (Fox News)

Closing Arguments


POLICY: Securing the Internet starts with planning and awareness (American Enterprise Institute)

POLICY: Refugee policy reforms — enduring or ephemeral? (National Review)

HUMOR: Walls of Congress dissolve into endless blue void as Zuckerberg informs lawmakers there’s no way to escape Facebook (The Onion)

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