Monday, December 10, 2018

Direct From The White House!




President Trump Signs Hatch-Sponsored 
Child Pornography Victim Assistance Law

“Child pornography victims could have better access to federal restitution under a bipartisan bill President Donald Trump signed into law Friday. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, a key sponsor of the  Amy, Vicky, and Andy Child Pornography Victim Assistance Act, called the signing a ‘momentous’ 
day that was many years in the making,” Dennis Romboy writes in Deseret News.
 “This bipartisan legislation will provide meaningful assistance for child pornography victims to support their recovery and allow them to reclaim their lives,” Senator Hatch said.

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“Liberals are tripping over themselves to explain why the economy has performed so much better under Donald Trump than it did under Barack Obama,” Stephen Moore writes in The Wall Street Journal. “The economy has grown by nearly 4% over the past six months, and the final number for 2018 is expected to come in at between 3% and 3.5%. The U.S. growth rate has doubled since Mr. Obama’s last year in office.” The bottom line: President Trump’s tax cuts have primed this economy for “long-term growth, not a short-term buzz.”

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“President Trump attended the annual Army-Navy football game Saturday and officiated the pre-match coin toss on the field flanked by top military officials,” John Bowden writes in The Hill. The President was joined on-field "by top members of the military including Defense Secretary James Mattis, who watched as a smiling Trump tossed the coin following a moment of silence for former President George H.W. Bush. The annual football game between the Naval Academy in Annapolis and the Military Academy at West Point is a major tradition dating back to 1890 that has been attended by multiple former presidents.”

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  “President Trump recently made an excellent move to promote the education of children in developing countries. His administration freed resources already appropriated within the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to be given to privately run schools,” Ken Blackwell writes in The Hill. “This will allow for a higher population of genuinely underprivileged kids to gain an education despite their circumstances and safeguard the educational systems for the world’s most vulnerable people.”

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