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UK Government Seeks to Play God in Denying Alfie Evans Life Support

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April 26, 2018

Good morning from Washington, where the Supreme Court ponders the constitutionality of President Trump's travel restrictions on terrorism-prone nations. Some of The Heritage Foundation's brightest legal minds analyze how arguments went. House conservatives offer a new plan to cut spending and fix government programs. Rachel del Guidice has the scoop. The Trump administration aims to lower prescription drug prices and protect your personal information, Fred Lucas reports. Plus: Monica Burke on the sad case of British toddler Alfie Evans, Cathy Ruse on sexualizing kids in school, and David Kreutzer on the "jobs for everyone" campaign of Bernie Sanders.

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UK Government Seeks to Play God in Denying Alfie Evans Life Support

This shocking instance of government overreach into the realm of parental rights and the personal relationship between doctors and patients sets a troubling precedent for government control over who lives and who dies.

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Bernie Sanders' 'Jobs' Program Would Undo Our Real Economic Progress

Our current problem is not a lack of jobs. It's a lack of workers who can show up and pass a drug test.

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Supreme Court Travel Ban Arguments Suggest Win for Trump Likely

Justice Samuel Alito pressed on whether the president's proclamation was really a Muslim ban, noting that while there are roughly 50 majority-Muslim countries, only five are included in the proclamation.

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How Trump Plans to Lower Drug Prices

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Exclusive: Conservative Lawmakers' Blueprint Would Trim Nondefense Spending, Balance Budget in 8 Years

"If we are ever going to talk about the expectation of the federal government to live within its means, here's the framework, this is the blueprint," says Rep. Mark Walker, chairman of the Republican Study Committee.

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How Federal Consumer Agency Puts Your Financial Data at Risk

The CFPB, the government agency created by the Dodd-Frank bill, scoops up information that includes Social Security numbers, loan data, credit scores, employment records, phone numbers, and addresses.

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Parents Stand Up for Children in 'Sex Ed Sit Out'

Sex ed curriculum advisers in Virginia recently announced that "biological sex is essentially meaningless," and the phrase is being scrubbed from all lessons and replaced by the phrase "sex assigned at birth."

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Morning Jolt: Yes We Kanye

Kanye West is unpredictable and not terribly coherent and has generated his share of infamous and insufferably narcissistic behavior — "Bush doesn't care about black people" and "Imma let you finish" come to mind. Color me skeptical that it's a consequential victory for the Right now that West is declaring that President Trump is his "brother" and that they share "dragon energy," or that he's choosing to wear a "Make America Great Again" hat. It's entirely possible that a month from now, West will fall in love with Bernie Sanders or something.

But there is something hysterical and thrilling in all this. We're watching liberal fans of Kanye West flip out in response to his latest surprise move, and Kim Kardashian defend his right to be a "free thinker," and perhaps most of all, fellow performer Chance the Rapper declaring simply, "Black people don't have to be Democrats." That statement shouldn't be the least bit controversial, and there are quite a few left-of-center African-Americans who think that the ethnic group's steadfast loyalty to ...

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Yes We Kanye

Jim Geraghty

Kanye West is unpredictable and not terribly coherent and has generated his share of infamous and insufferably narcissistic behavior — "Bush doesn't care about black people" and "Imma let you finish" come to mind. Color me skeptical that it's a consequential victory for the Right now that West is declaring that President Trump is his "brother" and that they share "dragon energy," or that he's choosing to wear a "Make America Great Again" hat. It's entirely possible that a month from now, West will fall in love with Bernie Sanders or something.

But there is something hysterical and thrilling in all this. We're watching liberal fans of Kanye West flip out in response to his latest surprise move, and Kim Kardashian defend his right to be a "free thinker," and perhaps most of all, fellow performer Chance the Rapper declaring simply, "Black people don't have to be Democrats." That statement shouldn't be the least bit controversial, and there are quite a few left-of-center African-Americans who think that the ethnic group's steadfast loyalty to ... Read More

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