Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.
SHUTDOWN DEADLINE DRAWS NEAR: With a shutdown looming at the end of the week, top lawmakers have proposed a stopgap package that would fund the government through mid-December. The deal also includes more than $12 billion in military and economic aid for Ukraine. Read more.
DAS VADANYA, SNOWDEN: Edward Snowden, who leaked classified information revealing the scope of domestic eavesdropping by U.S. intelligence in 2013 before fleeing to Russia, was granted Russian citizenship yesterday in a presidential decree signed by Vladimir Putin. Read more.
THE COST OF LOAN FORGIVENESS: The Biden administration’s student debt relief plan will cost roughly $400 billion over a decade and increase the federal deficit for years to come, according to a Congressional Budget Office report released yesterday. Read more.
A CONTROVERSIAL FBI RAID: The FBI’s raid on a pro-life Catholic family’s home last week has sparked a public outcry from conservatives and pro-life advocates who say the incident was politically motivated. In a statement yesterday, an FBI spokesperson disputed the family’s version of events. Read more.
TEXAS AG DENIES FLEEING: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has denied accusations he fled his home yesterday to avoid being served with a subpoena related to a lawsuit brought by out-of-state pro-abortion groups. Paxton tweeted that he was concerned for his family’s safety after seeing a stranger apparently loitering near his house. Read more.