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Friday, June 2, 2017

4 Reasons Trump Was Right to Pull Out of the Paris Agreement

The Daily Signal
June 2, 2017
Happy Friday from Washington, where President Trump chooses to address America's pressing issues over joining other nations in a lopsided climate deal. Nick Loris and Katie Tubb explain why withdrawing from the Paris Agreement is the correct move. A pro-life group urges the Justice Department to investigate the nation's largest abortion provider. Rachel del Guidice reports. Plus: Jeremy Cady and Dan Caldwell on state efforts to squelch free speech, Kevin Dayaratna on attracting enough medical doctors, and Jarrett Stepman on the shortsightedness of pulling down Confederate statues. Enjoy the weekend.
Commentary

4 Reasons Trump Was Right to Pull Out of the Paris Agreement

Ignore the liberals freaking out: The Paris Agreement was highly costly and would have done close to nil to address climate change.

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Commentary

Why Cities Shouldn't Take Down Confederate Statues

The mayor of Baltimore announced that the city will follow in the footsteps of New Orleans, and consider the removal of numerous Confederate monuments throughout the city.

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Commentary

How Some State Politicians Are Using Government to Threaten Free Speech

Threats of intimidation for holding certain beliefs still persist. And with modern technology, disclosed membership lists could be accessed by internet trolls, social media mobs, and protest organizers in mere seconds.

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News

March for Life Wants Justice Department to Investigate Planned Parenthood

"It should have been looked at through the Justice Department in the Obama administration," says Jeanne Mancini of the March for Life.

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Commentary

Solving the Physician Shortage Crisis

It's projected that the number of Americans over the age of 65 will grow by 55 percent by 2030. But there won't be nearly enough doctors to help them stay healthy.

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News

Wasserman Schultz Admits Hill IT Security Violations, Blames House Administrators for Not Stopping Her

In a hearing, Rep. Wasserman Schultz said she had violated the policies "for years and years and years." She also sought to find out how much House authorities might know about her internet usage, asking, "Are members monitored?"

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