Saturday, March 23, 2019


Resolute Reads
President Trump Visits the Last Tank Plant in America, Which He Helped Save
This week, President Donald J. Trump visited America’s only surviving tank plant in Lima, Ohio—“the first such presidential visit there since George W. Bush stopped by in 2003,” Loren Thompson writes. “President Obama never visited and the depressed level of military spending during his presidency nearly shut the place down. That is not an exaggeration.”

Watch: President Trump meets with factory workers in Ohio
ISIS Caliphate Has Crumbled and Last Stronghold Liberated
-Fox News
“The caliphate has crumbled, and the final offensive is over. While the official announcement hasn’t yet been made – Fox News has been told that this village, the last ISIS stronghold, is liberated,” Benjamin Hall reports. “Troops here are now bringing down the black flags of ISIS. The flags no longer fly over the town, instilling fear.”
Palestinian Lives Don’t Matter . . . Unless Israel Is to Blame
-The New York Times
“The people of the Gaza Strip are protesting again, and soldiers are shooting again, and civilians are being victimized again. Only this time you may have missed the story,” Bret Stephens writes. “That’s odd: Some media outlets are prepared to devote months of journalistic effort in order to trace the trajectory of a single bullet that accidentally kills a Palestinian — provided the bullet is Israeli. The difference this time is that the shots are being fired by Hamas.”

More: President Trump recognizes Golan Heights as a part of Israel
CNN Poll: 7 in 10 Say Economy in Good Shape -- and Trump May Reap the Benefits
“Americans give the nation's economy glowing reviews in a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS, and Donald Trump's approval rating may be reaping the benefits,” Jennifer Agiesta reports. “Overall, 71% say the nation's economy is in good shape, the highest share to say so since February 2001, and the best rating during Trump's presidency by two points.”

By the numbers: The blue-collar Trump Economy is working for all Americans
Ivanka Trump Leads New Campaign for ‘Good Paying Jobs,’ Fix Education
-Washington Examiner
Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump “is leading the administration’s latest bipartisan effort, this time to reform federal college education and job training, even for newly released prison inmates,” Paul Bedard reports. “With other bipartisan victories already under her belt, Trump this week turned to improving the Higher Education Act to help more poor students and bolster efforts to steer Americans to trades where the jobs are, including apprenticeships.”

Watch: Ivanka Trump says it’s time to modernize higher ed
Vice President Mike Pence: For the Future of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Must Go
-Miami Herald
“Maduro’s corruption and socialist policies have turned what once was one of the richest countries in the Western Hemisphere into one of the poorest . . . Nine out of 10 Venezuelans live in poverty,” Vice President Pence writes. “Since day one of this administration, President Trump has taken decisive action to isolate the dictator Maduro and to stand with the Venezuelan people as they reclaim their freedom.”

Confronting socialism: President Trump alongside the President of Brazil
Peter Navarro: “Why America Needs a Stronger Defense Industry”
-The New York Times
“The Trump defense budget is helping to create good manufacturing jobs at good wages, including in communities like Lima that have fallen behind economically,” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro writes. “The revitalized Lima plant will directly employ a little more than 1,000 employees.”
Trump Admin is Providing Common Sense Solutions to Student Debt Crisis
“Most of us can agree that the current higher education system in our country is wildly expensive and unsustainable for future generations,” Boris Epshteyn writes. “With the rising burden of student loan debt becoming an increasingly critical issue, the Trump administration, with Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump taking the lead, has proposed bold reforms that would modernize student loan borrowing and encourage responsible practices.”

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