Thursday News Executive Summary
March for Life, whistleblower shenanigans, unions, Keystone approved, and more.
Above the Fold
HISTORIC: Trump will be first president to address March for Life in person (The Resurgent)
A WITNESS DEMOCRATS DON’T WANT: Whistleblower was overheard in 2017 discussing with ally how to remove Trump (RealClearInvestigations)
RED WAVE? Impeachment drives 1,000 GOP candidates to run for House (Washington Examiner)
NEEDED VISA OVERHAUL: U.S. imposes visa rules for pregnant women on “birth tourism” (AP)
RIGHT TO WORK: Union membership falls to record low of 10.3% — down 10% since 1983 (The Hill)
CHALLENGES STILL LOOM: Trump administration approves Keystone pipeline on U.S. land (Associated Press)
“WE CAN’T LET VIRGINIA GO TO WASTE”: White nationalists arrested ahead of Richmond rally planned to kill gun-rights demonstrators to spark civil war (National Review)
INDEFENSIBLE: Less than half of Americans know six million Jews killed in Holocaust (Washington Examiner)
WARPED PRIORITIES: San Antonio’s Chick-fil-A fight has cost more than $300K so far (KENS 5)
MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH? Immune cell that kills most cancers discovered by accident by British scientists (The Telegraph)
VIRUS OUTBREAK: Chinese city halts all air, train traffic to contain spread of coronavirus that has killed 17 (USA Today)
POLICY: How the oil-production boom has benefited America (The Daily Signal)
POLICY: Counting the homeless, searching for solutions (RealClearPolicy)
HUMOR: New, deadlier AR-16 introduced, which is an AR-15 wearing a MAGA hat (The Babylon Bee)
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