Tuesday Top News Executive Summary
DACA arguments, Democrat lawlessness, Google's health-data harvesting, and more.
Above the Fold
SEMANTICS: Legal status of “Dreamers” comes down to arcane, procedural case at Supreme Court: Did Mr. Trump and his aides check all the correct procedural boxes when they announced the phaseout? (The Washington Times)
LAWLESSNESS: 2020 Democrats plan deportation freeze: “The result would basically be open borders” (The Washington Free Beacon)
Government, Politics, & Heartland
POOR PROGNOSIS: Google gathering healthcare data on millions of Americans with secret “Project Nightingale” (National Review)
INTERESTING GIVEN THE LEFT’S SKEWED VIEW OF “SCIENCE”: EPA to limit science used to write public health rules (The New York Times)
BOGUS LAWSUIT: The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to block a lawsuit brought by parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting against Remington, the firearms manufacturer that made the AR-15 rifle used in the shooting. (National Review)
NO JURISDICTION: Judge dismisses Trump lawsuit over New York tax returns (Fox News)
THE WANING POWER OF UNIONS: Education unions in Oregon and Washington report sharp declines in membership and revenue (The Washington Free Beacon)
ESCALATION: Israel hit by rockets from Gaza after airstrike kills Islamic Jihad leader (NBC News)
BARGAINING CHIP: Turkey’s Erdogan warns that it can release ISIS prisoners back to Europe as lawmakers seek to have Erdogan’s White House invitation rescinded (Fox News)
POLICY: Three reforms Congress can build on to get the budget under control (The Heritage Foundation)
POLICY: Four feminist lies that are making women miserable (The Federalist)
HUMOR: Church that believes exactly what the world believes not sure why no one bothers coming to church anymore (The Babylon Bee)
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