Thanks for human rights【ＵＳＡMail magazine from the White House 2018-08-04】 Vice President Pence Hails 'Tangible Progress' with North Korea as Remains of Presumed Korean War Dead Arrive in Hawaii
“Today, they are known but to God. But soon we will know their names and we will tell their stories of courage,” Vice President Mike Pence said yesterday in Hawaii, commemorating the return of 55 U.S. soldiers presumed dead from the Korean War.
The Vice President said the return of these fallen heroes was a sign of “tangible progress in our efforts to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula,” Samuel Chamberlain reports.
“A group of senior intelligence and national security officials warned Thursday that Russia is waging a ‘pervasive campaign’ to undermine upcoming U.S. elections and influence voters, and said the Trump administration is taking several steps to prevent such meddling,” Gabby Morrongiello reports for the Washington Examiner.
In The Wall Street Journal, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler explain the Trump Administration’s plan to correct fuel-economy standards. “The effect of the last administration’s standards was to subsidize these expensive electric vehicles at the expense of affordable traditional cars and trucks,” they write. “Already, the standards have helped drive up the cost of new automobiles to an average of $35,000.”
“I am a liberal Democrat and feminist,” Lisa Blatt writes in Politico Magazine. “Sometimes a superstar is just a superstar. That is the case with Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who had long been considered the most qualified nominee for the Supreme Court if Republicans secured the White House. The Senate should confirm him.”“Contrary to what some critics contend, the evidence more often than not suggests that work requirements increase employment and earnings among those who receive government assistance and are capable of work,” poverty experts Angela Rachidi and Robert Doar of the American Enterprise Institute write in Real Clear Policy.