Crosstalk: July 24, 2017
This week the 'Round-Up' looked at these and other news stories:
--Senator John McCain diagnosed with a very aggressive form of brain cancer.
--After holding the job for six months, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigns.
--Attorney General Jeff Sessions has no immediate plans to resign after President Trump criticized him for recusing himself from the probe of suspected Russian meddling in the U.S. political campaign.
--President Trump tells GOP senators at the White House that they should cancel their August recess and not leave town until they've acted to repeal Obamacare.
--President Trump's administration has so far eliminated 16 old rules for every new one rule.
--A Clinton Foundation witness has been found dead.
--More than 8 months after Hillary Clinton's presidential loss, there's been a new batch of documents showing numerous instances of Clinton Foundation donors receiving favors from the State Department.
--The U.S. Postal Service violated federal law by letting employees do union funded work for Hillary Clinton's campaign and other Democrat candidates while on leave from the agency.
--Former President Obama's army of community organizing thugs show no sign of slowing down efforts to protect the Obama policy legacy and undermine the Trump administration.
--Judge David Nye, President Donald Trump's first nominee for the U.S. District Court, was unanimously confirmed July 12th.
--The Senate has confirmed John K. Bush for a lifetime seat in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.
--Albuquerque Tea Party wins 8 year battle with the IRS.
--No sooner did pro-life Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell put forward a new idea to repeal Obamacare and defund Planned Parenthood when 3 pro-abortion Republicans killed the plan.
--Charlie Gard's mom stormed out of court after a new set of hospital scans were read in the controversial case.
--A U.S. House committee voted this week to approve Charlie Gard as a permanent U.S. resident but the bill isn't law yet.
--The migrant situation in the European Union has soared so out of control that an Italian MP is demanding a referendum for Italy voters to decide on whether or not to stay or exit from the E.U.
--England's first state-funded Muslim secondary school had books found to be promoting domestic violence and marital rape. It's to be taken over by the government.
--Federal regulators in Canada have revoked the charity status of an Islamic organization (ISNA) after an audit uncovered problems including tax receipts that were issued for donations to a Pakistani group linked to armed militancy.
--Questions remain in the strange death of Justine Damond who was shot by a Somali-born, Minneapolis, Minnesota, police officer.
--Many left-wing progressives and Islamic political groups are distancing themselves from Linda Sarsour after she called for jihad against President Trump.
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