Jul 30, 2020
 

Good morning from Washington, where the Trump administration is blowing it by prolonging amnesty for some illegal immigrants. That’s how Mike Howell and Lora Ries see it. “Problematic Women” examines a sobering transgender trend among teenage girls. Plus: in House testimony, Big Tech leaders play down their threat to free speech; congressional conservatives sound a warning over the national debt; and what’s most needed to educate our kids during the pandemic. On this date in 1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs into law a measure making “In God We Trust” the nation’s official motto.

 
 
 
COMMENTARY
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By Virginia Allen

“When I get calls from parents, they’re telling me 15%, 20% of their daughter’s seventh-grade class is claiming to be transgender,” says journalist Abigail Shrier, who shares what she learned from studying a surge in transitioning by teenage girls.
COMMENTARY
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By David Ditch

The House of Representatives likely will vote this week on a 1,165-page bill that would spend more than $1 trillion in taxpayers’ money and put a raft of troubling policies into place.
COMMENTARY
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By Mike Howell

History proves that promises of amnesty beget more illegal immigration. A new decision by the White House will result in just that.
NEWS
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By Rachel del Guidice

Some 100 House Republicans warn of a national debt growing “exponentially in perpetuity” and how that represents a financial burden for generations to come.
COMMENTARY
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By Lindsey Burke

Instead of spending more than $100 billion on education—before 99% of the funds from the prior bailout have been put to use—Congress should provide states with flexibility over how existing federal education dollars are spent.
NEWS
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By Fred Lucas

Rep. Jim Jordan notes that the Amazon Smile charity won’t allow customers to give to conservative groups such as Family Research Council and Alliance Defending Freedom, but allows donations to Planned Parenthood.
COMMENTARY
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By Zack Smith

“The First Amendment prohibits such obvious discrimination against the exercise of religion [and] there is no world in which the Constitution permits Nevada to favor Caesars Palace over Calvary Chapel,” writes Justice Neil Gorsuch.
 
     
 
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