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HEADLINES: Catch Up On the Rest of the News

Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.

THE HEADLINES

RIGHT-WING WINS BIG IN ITALY: Fratelli d’Italia party leader Giorgia Meloni became Italy’s first female prime minister yesterday, as Italians elected a right-wing coalition to lead the country. Critics have branded Meloni’s traditionalist platform “far-right” and “neofascist.” Read more.

IAN HEADS TO FLORIDA: Hurricane Ian, upgraded from a tropical storm this morning, is expected to gather strength before making landfall somewhere in western Florida later this week. Read more.

DEMS BOOST MAGA CANDIDATES: Democratic donors are beginning to question why the party is spending millions of dollars to boost Republican candidates Democrats, including President Biden, have widely condemned as “extreme” and dangerous. Read more.

FETTERMAN V. TUCKER: John Fetterman responded to Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s criticism of his tattoos in an op-ed published by NBC News over the weekend. According to the Pennsylvania Democratic senatorial candidate, each tattoo represents the date a resident of Braddock, PA died violently while he was mayor of the town. Read more.

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