Monday News Executive Summary
Virginia gun-rights rally, "faithless electors," school-lunch changes, and more.
Above the Fold
HERE’S HOPING FRINGE GROUPS DON’T HIJACK IT: Virginia braces for gun-rights rally as worries over violence, hate groups, and militias grow (Fox News)
POTENTIALLY BIG RAMIFICATIONS: Supreme Court to hear “faithless electors” case (NPR)
Government & Politics
GOOD RIDDANCE: School lunch guidelines rolled back on Michelle Obama’s birthday (Hot Air)
BEHAVE — OR ELSE: GOP senators considering “kill switch” option should impeachment trial spiral out of control (Fox News)
KARMA: Chuck Schumer’s 1999 letter about impeachment comes back to bite him (New York Post)
STATISM’S DEEP ROOTS: Supreme Court again agrees to consider ObamaCare contraceptive-mandate exemptions (National Review)
NOT THE RIGHT VENUE: Federal court dismisses teenagers’ climate-change case against the government (Washington Examiner)
CORRUPTION: Puerto Rico governor under fire after emergency aid found sitting in warehouse (Townhall)
A LITTLE HELP FROM OUR FRIENDS: Mexican troops block U.S.-bound caravan travelers (AFP)
DECLINE: The Women’s March took place Saturday and attendance was way down. Again. (The Daily Wire)
POLICY: The woke Left versus Martin Luther King Jr. (Washington Examiner)
POLICY: Trump’s vast deregulatory landscape goes unnoticed by the experts (E21)
HUMOR: DNC to take 90% of Bernie’s votes and redistribute them to less popular candidates (Genesius Times)
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