Monday, October 26, 2020

Coney Barrett: Why This Is So Monumental!

“Sunday, cloture on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett was invoked by the Senate, which limited debate and enabled that body to hold a confirmation vote for her on Monday night. That's why October 26 promises to be a milestone for the Constitution and the country,” Frank Scaturro and Carrie Severino write for Fox News.
“From the time of his first election four years ago, President Trump promised to appoint justices in the mold of Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas, jurists who embrace originalism and textualism. With the nomination of Judge Barrett, he kept that promise.”
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“The Obama recovery, which was subpar in virtually all respects, ultimately underperformed the Fed’s expectations in terms of GDP growth and the unemployment rate, while the Trump portion of the recovery consistently outperformed expectations,” former Federal Reserve economist Lawrence Lindsey writes for The Wall Street Journal
“Made in China” products “could be produced by victims of the Chinese government’s heinous detention of 1 to 3 million Uyghurs, Kazakhs, and other Muslim and ethnic minorities . . . The Chinese government needs to close its internment camps, set its captives free, and end its state-sponsored forced labor program immediately,” U.S. immigration officials Ken Cuccinelli and Mark Morgan write for The Hill
According to the White House’s latest Pennsylvania jobs report, “Pennsylvania natural gas helps employ 26,000 workers and supports an additional 330 thousand jobs . . . Since President Trump took office—coal mining jobs in Pennsylvania have increased by more than six percent [and] have been filled by local, American workers,” Dylan Fearon reports for Wilkes-Barre’s Fox 56 News.

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