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Crosstalk 3-9-2018 News Roundup CD

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The following is a brief list of headlines from a full hour of stories reviewed by Jim:


--The decision to meet with North Korea's Kim Jong Un in the coming weeks was one

that President Trump made himself according to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

--There's significant evidence that North Korea is struggling under President

Trump's maximum pressure strategy.

--President Trump ordered tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum while granting

temporary exceptions to Canada and Mexico.

--U.S. Steel Corporation announced that it has planned to reopen part of a plant

in Illinois.

--President Trump's Chief Economic Advisor, Gary Cohn, announces his resignation.

--Stocks posted gains after President Trump signed off on tariffs that exclude

Canada and Mexico.

--The president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

(NAACP) has called for gun confiscation by the government and a national gun

registry like Australia's program implemented in the 1990's.

--National School Walkout to End Gun Violence to take place on March 14th.

--A bill that requires 18-20 year olds to hand over or transfer ownership of

heretofore legally possessed so-called assault weapons is gaining sponsors in

the Illinois Senate after passing the House.

--President Trump met yesterday with representatives of the video game industry to

discuss the impact of violent games.

--Joy Behar, star of the ABC program 'The View', has reportedly apologized to Vice

President Pence for comments made concerning his Christian faith.

--The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that additional documents related

to the Operation Fast and Furious scandal during the Obama presidency will be

released to the House Oversight Committee.

--President Trump accused the Obama administration of deploying government

agencies to investigate him in order for Hillary Clinton to win the presidency.

--Milwaukee, WI. is attempting to ban conversion therapy that would encourage

people to leave the homosexual lifestyle or for those who have unwanted, same-

sex attractions. Fines range from $500-$1,000 per offense and if not paid, the

result is jail time.

--While Milwaukee, WI. is attempting to criminalize conversion therapy, a recent

Milwaukee Journal newspaper headline noted the outbreak of HIV and syphilis in

the city that allegedly includes some high school students and babies.

--Nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, under fire for controversial remarks.

--The European Union is not happy with the Trump tax cuts and wants the World

Trade Organization to punish the U.S.

--Politicians warn that Singapore-based Broadcom's takeover of Qualcomm could pose

a serous threat to national security.

--President Trump's proposed 2019 education budget drew howls from special

interest groups.

--The U.S. economy added a robust 313,000 jobs in February as tax cuts kicked in.



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