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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

RAND PAUL PROPOSES ANTI-FBI LAW: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., demanded Saturday that Congress abolish the Espionage Act following last week’s FBI raid of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, noting that the law has long been abused for political purposes. Read more.

MORE U.S. LAWMAKERS DEFY CHINA ON TAIWAN: Five members of Congress landed in Taiwan yesterday, less than two weeks after a trip by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Cal., raised tensions with the Communist regime in Beijing. Read more.

SO MUCH FOR “NO MAN LEFT BEHIND”: Over 800 U.S. citizens have been evacuated from Afghanistan since the U.S. military presence ended a year ago, contradicting the administration’s promise that all Americans would leave safely before troops were withdrawn, according to research by congressional GOP staffers publicized yesterday and confirmed by the State Department. Read more.

RUSHDIE RECOVERING: Salman Rushdie is recovering but will likely lose an eye, his agent said yesterday, after the famed author was stabbed by an attacker rumored to have ties with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, a connection Iran denies. Read more.

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