6 Takeaways From the IG Report on FBI’s Spying on Trump Campaign

 
 
Dec 10, 2019
 

Good morning from Washington, where a new report from the Justice Department's internal watchdog finds significant "errors" in the FBI's application for a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign aide. We've got the main points. On the podcast, Heritage scholar Cully Stimson, an expert in military justice, talks about the fatal shootings at a U.S. naval station. Plus: a constitutional education, Americans and religious freedom, and pro-life points for Hallmark. On this date in 1901, the first Nobel Prizes are awarded in Stockholm to recognize achievement in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, and peace.

 
 
 
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The report identifies 17 "significant inaccuracies and omissions" by the FBI, which it later refers to as "errors," in obtaining a warrant to surveil Carter Page under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, known as FISA.
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By Aaron Credeur

"Learning specifically about the Constitution and all that it entails and how it was created the way it was, what the Founders were like—it was just fascinating for me," says James Evans, 17, a senior from Callahan, Florida.
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By Daniel Davis

Could the Pensacola shooting have been prevented? What is the FBI looking at in its investigation? Heritage Foundation scholar Cully Stimson has answers.
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By Thomas Jipping

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, a leading nonprofit law firm defending religious freedom, takes an innovative approach to evaluate the current state of religious freedom in America.
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By Tony Perkins

The message was subtle but clear: President Trump isn't caving to the cultural bullies, and Americans shouldn't either.
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By Katrina Trinko

"I would thank my birth mother for loving me enough to make such a huge sacrifice. It's a great gift for me to be able to say: 'I know that I came from love, and I know that I have love,'" says actress Kristin Chenoweth.
 
     
 
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