The Left Is Depending on Insults and Lies in Its Bid to Stop Amy Coney Barrett

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From The White House – October 06, 2020
Judge Amy Coney Barrett “has received extraordinary testimonials from her colleagues and students, who say she is brilliant, conscientious and kind,” Rich Lowry writes in the New York Post.
“The opposition has countered with a dog’s breakfast of nonsense, including that her confirmation hearing can’t be held in the middle of a pandemic.” Meanwhile, “the Senate Judiciary Committee has already been holding hybrid in-person and virtual hearings all year. There is no reason the committee can’t do the same with Barrett next week.”
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“President Trump continues to make progress as he receives treatment for COVID-19 . . . Some in the media are demanding more information about the president’s health as if his doctors should map the president’s entire genome and post it on the Internet. But at this point, Mr. Trump’s condition is well-described and his prognosis appears to be excellent,” Dr. Martin Makary of Johns Hopkins University writes for Fox News.

“Who will speak for those who have no voice? President Trump’s recent executive order regarding babies born alive answers that question: We will, as fellow Americans. Even as some hospitals question whether babies born ‘too young’ or ‘too disabled’ are worth trying to save, the president’s executive order reminds all of us that they, and we, have both a legal and moral obligation to try,” Mary Vought writes in the Washington Examiner.

“The downtowns of numerous American cities have been burned up. Government buildings have been attacked. Private businesses have been destroyed. And people have even been killed. This has been happening off and on now for many months. And—perhaps most amazing and horrifying of all—the news media has decided to largely ignore it,” Neil Patel writes in The Daily Signal.

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Five Stories President Trump Doesn’t Want You to Miss

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From The White House – October 02, 2020
September Jobs Numbers Best Since Reagan-Era, Don’t Panic America
-Fox Business
America added 661,000 jobs last month, according to today’s jobs report, while the unemployment rate fell to 7.9 percent. “You may read elsewhere about an economic slowdown but September’s very positive jobs numbers actually confirm that we are still experiencing the most dynamic economic recovery in American history,” Andy Puzder writes.
BY THE NUMBERSSeptember Jobs Report Shows American Grit

Cuts in Policing Have ‘Led to 710 Murders and More Than 2,800 Gunshot Victims’ Across the US
-Daily Mail Online
“Major cities across the United States are seeing a ‘dramatic and widespread spikes in homicides’ after police funding cuts,” Lauren Fruen reports. University of Utah Law Professor Paul Cassell dubbed this rise in crime the “Minneapolis effect,” explaining that “as a result of de-policing during June and July 2020, approximately 710 additional victims were murdered and more than 2,800 victims were shot.”

Liberals Should Love Amy Coney Barrett 
-The Washington Times
“Liberals should love Amy Coney Barrett. As an independent woman who has held prestigious positions in legal academia, private practice and the judiciary, she embodies the ideal of professional excellence for feminists . . . If tenacious women like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg prepared the way for women to practice law, formidable women like Judge Amy Coney Barrett have paved it,” attorney Kelly Tshibaka writes.
WATCH: Supreme Court belongs to all Americans, Judge Barrett says

NBC News Misrepresents Internal DHS Memo About Their Response to the Kyle Rittenhouse Case
“NBC News misrepresented an internal memo given to Department of Homeland Security officials that was meant to brief them on the Kyle Rittenhouse situation the week it occurred in August. NBC News reported ‘officials were directed to make public comments sympathetic’ about Rittenhouse and it included quotes from the document.” In reality, these “‘sympathetic’ talking points were not talking points at all,” Julio Rosas reports.

Trump Nominated a Third Time for Nobel Peace Prize
The Hill
“President Trump has received a third nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize,” Aris Folley reports. “Four Australian law professors recently nominated the president for the high honor, with one of them, David Flint, citing his recent role in helping broker relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).”

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The Importance of Amy Coney Barrett

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From The White House – September 28, 2020
The Importance of Amy Coney Barrett
Judge Amy Coney Barrett “is the latest example of a new generation of originalist judges whom Mr. Trump and the GOP Senate have elevated to the federal bench. The numbers—three Justices and 53 appellate-court judges—are crucial, but more important is how they approach the law,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.
“With rare exceptions, they think of themselves as protectors of the proper constitutional order, not as a third policy-making alternative to the political branches.”
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“We all have had the privilege of being Judge Barrett’s students. While we hold a variety of views regarding how best to interpret statutes and the Constitution, we all agree on this: The nation could not ask for a more qualified candidate than the professor we have come to know and revere,” six Notre Dame Law School alumni and students write in USA Today.

“As a result of President Trump’s substantial reforms to ObamaCare, premiums declined over the last two years for the first time since the flawed law was enacted. A staple of President Trump’s approach to health care reform is rooted in returning the choice to individuals as opposed to government bureaucrats,” Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson writes for Fox Business.

“The Department of Homeland Security seized nearly twice as many hard drugs at the U.S.-Mexico border during President Trump’s first term in office than in President Barack Obama’s two terms,” Anna Giaritelli reports. “We’re talking fentanyl, meth—those, that level of drug seizures,” DHS Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinell said. Read more in the Washington Examiner.

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