Crosstalk: November 6, 2017
Here's a sample of the stories featured by Jim on this week's edition of the 'Round-Up':
--A series of anti-government leftist rallies are set to descend on major cities all across the U.S. on Saturday, drawing the attention of local officials who fear the streets could be hijacked by violent, masked anarchists.
--A full page advertisement in the New York Times promotes mayhem and insurrection for November 4th in order to see the end of leadership by Trump/Pence.
--Millennials are becoming very persuaded by communism.
--Manhattan Muslim terrorist was in the mosque that the NYPD was accused of profiling.
--President Trump vows to end the Diversity Lottery Program.
--President Trump reveals that the Manhattan terror suspect has been able to help as many as 23 others to migrate to the U.S.
--Attorney General Jeff Sessions says that the Trump administration will keep open its option to prosecute terrorists in military tribunals at Guantanamo Bay.
--The New York City Marathon will go on as planned this weekend.
--The 'Ground Zero' Muslim cultural center plan has been resubmitted years after the protest.
--Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl was fined, reduced in rank, dishonorably discharged, but received no prison time.
--The GOP rolled out their new tax plan.
--The NFL would lose it's ability to claim tax breaks for stadiums, colleges and universities would have to start paying taxes on massive endowments, and house 'flippers' could no longer shield their income from the tax man under the tax bill proposed by House Republicans.
--The U.S. economy rebounded from the hurricanes, adding 261,000 jobs. That's the best performance of the Trump administration. Unemployment went down to 4.1%.
--Consumer confidence rose to 125.9 in October. The rating is the highest level since December of 2000.
--A 100 billion dollar Singapore-based semiconductor company will legally relocate to the U.S. bringing 20 billion dollars in annual revenue back to the U.S.
--President Trump is off on a tour of Asia.
--President Trump is finalizing plans to secure China's involvement in curbing the threat posed by the Kim Jong Un.
--Part of President Trump's Asia tour will involve addressing China's production and distribution of the opioid known as Fentanyl.
--Nikki Haley blasts the U.N. in a defiant speech over U.S. trade embargo of Cuba.
--The U.N. has officially confirmed that the Paris Climate Accord was a complete waste of time.
--Construction companies worried about a backlash for working on President Trump's proposed border wall are pushing for federal protections including stopping cities and states from penalizing them as a new battle erupts over the crackdown on illegal immigration.
--Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile alleges that she has proof that Hillary Clinton 'rigged' the nomination process.
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