Tuesday News Executive Summary
Impeachment case dismantled, "public charge," Middle East plan, and more.
Above the Fold
HOME RUN: Pam Bondi dismantles Democrats’ impeachment case, highlights Biden-Ukraine corruption (The Daily Wire)
INJUNCTIONS NEGATED: Supreme Court allows Trump administration to enforce “public charge” immigration restriction (Fox News)
Government & Politics
CONFLICT OF INTEREST? National Security Council aide handling book approvals is twin brother of Democrat witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman (The Washington Times)
UNFORTUNATELY, THE PALESTINIANS AREN’T INTERESTED IN PEACE: Trump’s Middle East peace plan expected to offer Palestinians conditional statehood (The Washington Post)
GOP TRAIN WRECK: Doug Collins to challenge Kelly Loeffler for Georgia Senate seat (Washington Examiner)
FOLLOW THE MONEY: House Democrats to vote to override state right-to-work laws, boosting labor movement (Washington Examiner)
A FINE ONE TO TALK: Authoritarian Hillary Clinton slams “authoritarian” and “Trumpian” Zuckerberg over Facebook’s speech stance (National Review)
DEFIANCE: Britain says China’s Huawei won’t be banned from its 5G network (The New York Times)
“WE’VE REACHED AN INFLECTION POINT”: Concerned Veterans for America pushes for U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan (National Review)
POLICY: The myth that the U.S. leads the world in mass shootings (Foundation for Economic Education)
POLICY: The Medicaid expansion cheat (Mises Institute)
HUMOR: In major deal, The Babylon Bee purchases competing satire site CNN (The Babylon Bee)
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