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Idaho pilot becomes first woman to fly F-35 jet for Marine Corps

A commercial helicopter pilot from Idaho has become the first woman in the Marine Corps to fly an F-35 fighter jet, a supersonic stealth aircraft.

Marine Capt. Anneliese Satz, a 29-year-old Boise native, completed her training program this past June at South Carolina’s Air Station Beaufort, the Marine Corps announced last week. Satz’s training lasted four years, taking her to bases in Florida, Texas and Mississippi.

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Satz graduated the F-35B Lighting II Pilot Training Program June and will be assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 in Iwakuni, Japan. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ashley Phillips)

“The first flight in an F-35 is by yourself,” Satz said. “The syllabus thoroughly prepares you for that first time you take off and for every flight after that, it’s an exhilarating experience.”

Now, with over 300 flight hours under her belt, Satz is set to pilot the F-35B Lightning II as part of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121, the Green Knights, in Iwakuni, Japan. The aircraft is designed to operate from short-field bases and near front-line combat zones, the Corps said.

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Satz said her time flying a commercial Robinson R44 Helicopter prepared her for a career as a military pilot. She also thanked her instructors and other members of her training squadron.

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Capt. Anneliese Satz puts on her flight helmet prior to a training flight aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ashley Phillips)

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Women have only been allowed to fly in the Marines since 1993, when pilot positions were first made available to women, Military.com reported.

The first woman to fly for the Marine Corps was then-2nd Lt. Sarah Deal, who piloted a heavy-lift helicopter in 1995, according to the outlet. In 2001, Capt. Vernice Armour became the first black female Marine pilot, flying an AH-1W Cobra.

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Warren won’t support Sanders’ Washington Post-Amazon bias claims

Sen. Elizabeth Warren won’t support Sen. Bernie Sanders’ recent claim that The Washington Post is biased against him because of his criticism of Amazon.

The Vermont senator, who shares Warren’s progressive values, told a New Hampshire town hall audience on Monday that because Jeff Bezos owns the Post, and Sanders has slammed Amazon over wages, working conditions and not paying taxes, the publication has some sort of vendetta against him.

“And then I wonder why The Washington Post — which is owned by Jeff Bezos, who owns Amazon — doesn’t write particularly good articles about me,” Sanders said. “I don’t know why. But I guess maybe there’s a connection. Maybe we helped raise the minimum wage at Amazon to 15 bucks an hour as well.”

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) greet each other at the start of the Democratic Presidential Debate at the Fox Theatre in Detroit on July 30, 2019. (Getty Images)

Politico asked Warren’s campaign about Sanders’ charges that Bezos meddles in the Post’s political coverage.

“It’s no secret that Elizabeth believes Amazon needs to be broken up, it should pay her Real Corporate Profits tax, and Jeff Bezos needs to pay a wealth tax,” communications director Kristen Orthman told Politico’s Morning Tech newsletter. “But she appreciates that The Washington Post’s coverage is independent.”

Warren’s lack of support for Sanders’ claim comes at a time when several polls show her rising above her Senate colleague in the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

For its part, the Post strongly denied any interference from Bezos in its editorial choices.

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“Sen. Sanders is a member of a large club of politicians — of every ideology — who complain about their coverage,” Martin Baron, the Post’s executive editor, said. “Contrary to the conspiracy theory the senator seems to favor, Jeff Bezos allows our newsroom to operate with full independence, as our reporters and editors can attest.”

The Independent Vermont senator was echoing criticisms voiced by President Trump, who has labeled the newspaper as the “Amazon Washington Post” and attacked it for a range of different reasons.

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Texas teen sucked into water park drain critically injured, reports say

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A 14-year-old Texas teen is reportedly in a medically induced coma after he was allegedly sucked into a water park drain possibly in a dare-gone-wrong scenario on Saturday.

The teen, who was not identified by law enforcement to local media outlets due to his age, was at the Fun Town Water Park in Crystal Beach when tragedy struck.

The teen allegedly slipped after picking up the drain grate and was sucked in, causing major internal injuries. Galveston County Sheriff Henry Trochesset, who described the teen to KTRK.com as 5 feet 11 inches, said that it may have been a possible dare and that someone was able to quickly shut the pipes off enabling him to escape, but it wasn’t enough to prevent injury.

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“Even after they turned the pump off, there was still a suction keeping him down,” Trochesset told KHOU 11.

He reportedly told the news outlet that the teen was conscious at the time of the incident and apologized to his father, who is a volunteer fireman.

“He told his dad, ‘I love you, sorry it happened,” Trochesset told the news outlet. “He was able to stand up. They walked him away from the area to the gurney to get into the ambulance.”

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The teen was taken to University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston where he remains in critical condition, according to local outlets.

Troschesset, who was not immediately available to comment to Fox News, described the incident to local outlets as “tragic” for the family and said, “prayers are going to be needed.”

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A vigil was held in the teen’s honor, and several fundraisers, as well as a GoFundMe, have been set up to help keep supporters updated.

Fun Town Water Park’s owner, Harold LeBlanc, told Fox News he couldn’t comment on the incident.

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Ilhan Omar accuses Netanyahu of imposing ‘Muslim ban’ as Dems decry decision to block Israel visit

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Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., on Thursday accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of implementing his own “Muslim ban” after his government said it would block her and another Democratic congresswoman from entering Israel.

The move – announced shortly after President Trump tweeted that it would “show great weakness” to allow them in – has ignited a massive outcry from Washington Democrats, as Netanyahu’s government stands by the decision arguing the U.S. lawmakers have an ulterior, anti-Israel agenda.

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“It is an affront that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, under pressure from President Trump, would deny entry to representatives of the U.S. government,” Omar said in a statement. “Trump’s Muslim ban is what Israel is implementing, this time against two duly elected members of Congress.”

Both Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., the other lawmaker barred by Israel, are Muslim. They are also outspoken critics of Israel and have expressed support for boycotts of the country. In a tweet, Tlaib ripped the decision as “a sign of weakness.”

In her statement, Omar defended her desire to travel to the region, saying the trip is intended to be educational.

“Denying entry into Israel not only limits our ability to learn from Israelis, but also to enter the Palestinian territories,” Omar said. “Sadly, this is not a surprise given the public positions of Prime Minister Netanyahu, who has consistently resisted peace efforts, restricted the freedom of movement of Palestinians, limited public knowledge of the brutal realities of the occupation and aligned himself with Islamophobes like Donald Trump.”

Netanyahu, explaining the decision at length on his office’s Twitter account, said that Tlaib and Omar’s itinerary “revealed that they planned a visit whose sole objective is to strengthen the boycott against us and deny Israel’s legitimacy.”

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Netanyahu said their travel plans referred to a trip to “Palestine,” not Israel, and the congresswomen were not interested in meeting with Israeli officials. He went on to note that the Palestinian organization that planned the visit, MIFTAH, supports the boycott movement, and that people associated with the group have supported terror against Israel in the past.

He said Israel welcomes critics with the exception of those who support boycotts of the Jewish State.

Omar and Tlaib had planned to visit Jerusalem and the West Bank on a tour organized by a Palestinian organization aimed at highlighting the plight of the Palestinians. Tlaib’s family immigrated to the United States from the West Bank, where she still has close relatives.

Shortly before the decision was announced, Trump had tweeted that “it would show great weakness” if Israel allowed them to visit. “They hate Israel & all Jewish people, & there is nothing that can be said or done to change their minds.” He went on to call the two congresswomen “a disgrace.”

Other Democrats in the U.S. Congress denounced Israel’s decision.

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Top ranking Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said it was a sign of weakness instead of strength and “will only hurt the U.S.-Israeli relationship and support for Israel in America.”

A close colleague of Omar and Tlaib — New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — tweeted that Netanyahu’s “discriminatory decision” to ban members of Congress from Israel “harms” diplomacy. She said she would not visit Israel “until all members of Congress are allowed.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., similarly said: “Israel’s denial of entry to Congresswomen Tlaib and Omar is a sign of weakness, and beneath the dignity of the great State of Israel.”

“Banning Congresswomen Omar and Tlaib from entering Israel and Palestine is a sign of enormous disrespect to these elected leaders, to the United States Congress, and to the principles of democracy,” presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., said in a tweet. “The Israeli government should reverse this decision and allow them in.”

Meanwhile, some Republicans and staunch Israel allies also criticized Israel’s decision. Pro-Israel lobby AIPAC tweeted that while they disagree with Omar and Tlaib’s positions, “We also believe every member of Congress should be able to visit and experience our democratic ally Israel firsthand.”

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio tweeted that, “I disagree 100% with Reps. Tlaib & Omar on #Israel & am the author of the #AntiBDS bill we passed in the Senate But denying them entry into #Israel is a mistake.” Omar and Tlaib were among 17 members of Congress who voted against a resolution condemning the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement in July.

Added Rubio: “Being blocked is what they really hoped for all along in order to bolster their attacks against the Jewish state.”

Fox News’ Brie Stimson and Ronn Blitzer and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Texas woman says McDonald’s manager had surprising response to her request for help in feeding homeless

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An extremely generous Texan’s attempt to “do something good” worked out better than she was expecting.

Hazeal Cain was attempting to help feed the homeless by handing out plates of food in Corpus Christi when ran she began to run low. Not wanting anyone to go hungry, she went to a nearby McDonald’s to grab an order of burgers. When she asked if anyone at the restaurant wanted to chip in, the manager’s response surprised her.

Cain claims she initially ordered $40 worth of hamburgers, but, unsure if this would be enough, she told the staff what she was doing and asked if anyone would be willing to help.

Cain posted her story on Facebook, where she says that the manager immediately added another $20 to the fund.

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According to her post, “I went into the McDonald’s on leopard street, this particular McDonald’s is also in a poverty-stricken area, but upon showing up I told the manager that I would like to purchase $40 of cheeseburgers[,] and if McDonald’s would like to contribute anything extra to feed these homeless people I would appreciate it. The manager Matthew, without hesitation, immediately took $20 out of his wallet and said, “I’ll contribute.” So, together we purchased over 60 cheeseburgers to give to hungry people.”

Cain also described how the staff came together to quickly make the large order and pack it up for her.

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“The hospitality of the whole crew was amazing,” she posted. “How the whole crew came together and made all these burgers and bagged them for us was amazing. To see them happy about giving something back was amazing. The joy on their faces.”

“This needs to be recognized,” the post concluded. “Somehow for this whole crew to act so immediately and with such humility was incredible.”

The shift manager, Matthew Ortiz, told local news outlet 3 Kiii TV: “My mother and father always told me, ‘If you have extra money, just give it out.’”

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Cain, meanwhile, is just happy that her story might inspire people to “show love and support to those in difficult times.” She told Fox News that she had no intention of this being a “media attention thing” and that “it feels amazing to see people’s reaction to hope and love.”

“And it feels more amazing to see this one act of kindness being shared to hundreds of timelines,” she added. “It feels good to know that people are smiling, even for a moment.”

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More than 100 Ohio pastors petition for Chick-fil-A in their town: ‘Taste and see that the Lord is good’

faith-filled Ohio community got a taste of Chick-fil-A, and they want it to stay.

America’s favorite fast-food restaurant brought a food truck to Mansfield, a city halfway between Cleveland and Columbus (cities that both have Chick-fil-A), as part of a market study, according to CBN News, and it was enough to rally the community, including over 100 local pastors.

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Amie Mutti, founder of “Richland County Loves Chick-fil-A,” launched a Facebook page in 2017, long before the food truck first appeared on July 11. The move was in large part because of the company’s charitable giving and community outreach, especially when Chick-fil-A has made exceptions — like after the Pulse Nightclub massacre in 2016 in Florida — and opened on Sundays to help a hurting community.

“Support for Chick-fil-A has been ‘water-cooler talk’ so we’re just putting their voice on paper,” Mutti told Fox News. “We hear stories of the commitment they have to the community, how they reinvest into the community. We thought it would be a good fit and their sandwiches are delicious so that doesn’t hurt.”

On Wednesday, Chick-fil-A, along with the famous cow, provided a free meal and toy to the campers and staff at Happy Hollow Day. Mutti says it’s community efforts like this that make them go out of their way to get a Chick-fil-A.

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“They don’t even have a store here and they’re giving back to our community,” Matti added.

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The group of local pastors, who signed a proclamation declaring 2019 as the “Year of the Bible,” were quick to get onboard with Mutti’s movement, lauding the “exceptional reputation of Chick-fil-A as a business and as a community stakeholder.”

One of the pastors, Rick Wiseman, knows about this first-hand. His son, a pastor in Georgia, lost his hearing in one ear and Chick-fil-A paid over $40,000 to get cochlear implant surgery to restore his son’s hearing.

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“I have the highest respect for this company,” Wiseman told Front Lines Ohio. “Perhaps God is moving north central Ohio to spiritual revival with God-fearing companies possibly coming to our area.”

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Rick Wiseman, a pastor in the Mansfield, Ohio area, said the petition to get a Chick-fil-A is personal, as the company donated thousands of dollars to help his son get a cochlear implant after he lost hearing in one ear. (Courtesy of Amie Mutti)

“The faith community in Richland County, Ohio, has a strong tradition and while this has not been the case in other parts of the country, we wholeheartedly support the prospects of Chick-fil-A choosing our neighborhood as its next franchise destination,” the 101 clergymen wrote in a joint statement.

Quoting the Bible, in part, the pastors added: “We are eagerly ‘setting the table’ in anticipation for the arrival of Chick-fil-A, and firmly believe that our families will taste and see that the Lord is good.”

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For now, Richland County residents are on the lookout for the big red food truck that keeps popping up in their area so they can “Eat Mor Chikin,” but they’re hoping for a permanent store sooner rather than later.

“Having Chick-fil-A year-round would be nice,” Mutti added. “The talk has been, ‘Okay, where will the truck be in the winter?’ We’re all getting a little nervous about how we’re going to get our chicken fix when the weather turns.”

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Katie Pavlich says Tlaib and Omar purposely timed Israel trip to cause controversy

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Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich Thursday accused Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., of purposely stirring up controversy with the timing of their planned Israel trip.

Israel decided to block Omar and Tlaib from entering the country after President Trump expressed dismay on Twitter, following their efforts to spurn Israel with a Boycott, Divestment, and Sanction (BDS) resolution.

“This is not a decision that President Trump has made for Israel. Israeli officials were speaking throughout the night. They’ve been debating this since this trip was announced in July by Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib,” Pavlich said on Outnumbered.”

“They were set up and put in a bad situation by Ilhan Omar… She introduced the resolution, the BDS resolution …which is geared toward eliminating Israel… The day after, she provocatively announced that she was going on a trip to Israel, with Rashida Tlaib, knowing that Israel has a long-standing policy of not allowing people who support BDS into the country. So they set this up.”

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Pavlich challenged the notion that the issue was a matter of free speech, and claimed negative action against Israel harms Palestinians as well.

“This isn’t about free speech, this is about them supporting a movement that denies their ability to exist,” she said.

“By the way, BDS doesn’t just hurt Jews in Israel, it actually hurts Palestinians and has eliminated thousands of jobs for Palestinians living in Israel and the West Bank.”

Trump’s Thursday morning tweet referred to the two Democratic House members as a “disgrace” and called on their constituents to vote them out of office. He followed up with a second tweet hours later, calling them both the new face of the Democratic party.

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“It would show great weakness if Israel allowed Rep. Omar and Rep.Tlaib to visit. They hate Israel & all Jewish people, & there is nothing that can be said or done to change their minds. Minnesota and Michigan will have a hard time putting them back in office. They are a disgrace!” Trump wrote.

“Representatives Omar and Tlaib are the face of the Democrat Party, and they HATE Israel!”

Fox News’ Brie Stimson and Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report

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Dems throw Senate fight for a (Hicken)loop

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On the roster: Dems throw Senate fight for a (Hicken)loop – Warren builds a powerhouse, but voters still nervous – Fox News poll: Huge support for checks, red flags – Trump tries to change the map with N.H. rally – Oh heeeeyyyy…

DEMS THROW SENATE FIGHT FOR A (HICKEN)LOOP
While the residents of Colorado should certainly feel free to pick whomever they like for Senate next year, we certainly hope that former Gov. John Hickenlooper isn’t through with politics, since we really just like saying his name.

Yes, Hickenlooper, who made history as the only 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to talk about having taken his mom to a porno movie, has finally tired of explaining to Iowans why he is interrupting their breakfasts and is ready to head back to the Rockies.

In his video announcing the end of his trail, Hickenlooper said that he intended to give “serious thought” to the Senate run that his fellow Democrats have for months been pointing at like airport crews directing a plane on the tarmac.

Having now picked up these subtle clues, Hickenlooper can go from impossible presidential longshot to Senate frontrunner. The long-term and short-term trends in Colorado both look tough for freshman Sen. Cory Gardner. The state has been moving away from the GOP for at least a decade and with President Trump creating serious downward pull for the party, Gardner was already the Dems’ number-two target for 2020.

The number-one spot belongs to Sen. Martha McSally, who lost her own bid in 2018 to moderate Democrat Krysten Sinema but got to the Senate anyway when Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey appointed her to replace the late John McCain. Arizona is on the same trajectory as Colorado, and while less far along, seems to be moving from red to blue with greater evident speed.

If Democrats could flip both Colorado and Arizona and retain all of their other seats (hardly a sure bet), they would be halfway to the four seats they would need to take control of the Senate. 

It’s important at the outset to stipulate that there are far too many variables to get a clear look at what the 2020 Senate battlegrounds will be.

In some places with otherwise safe incumbents, like Texas, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Georgia and Michigan, it could probably only be a race if the national climate were at one extreme or the other.

In other races, there’s just no way to be sure. How will the retirements of incumbents in Kansas (Republican Sen. Pat Roberts), Tennessee (Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander) New Mexico (Democratic Sen. Tom Udall) play out? Could Alabama Republicans actually re-nominate Roy Moore?

And it’s also important to bear in mind that in swing states like North Carolina, Iowa and Maine, presidential coattails could very easily decide the outcomes.

All that said, though, the end of Hickenlooper’s presidential campaign is the beginning of a credible Democratic effort to take back the Senate.

Dems ramp up spending on state races ahead of redistricting – WaPo: “For the first time in 20 years, Democrats are entirely on the offensive in state legislative battles just before a redistricting cycle – and just in the nick of time for the future of their party. This is the last election cycle before redistricting could lock them out of power in key states for another decade – and severely hamper their ability to keep their majority in the House. After losing nearly 1,000 seats during the Obama years, Democrats need to win back as many state legislatures as possible by the end of next year before states redraw their state and congressional election districts based on new 2020 census population data. To that end, Democrats’ state legislative campaign arm, the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, is racing to pick up as many as eight to 10 chambers to add to the eight they flipped from Republicans in the 2018 election cycle.” 

WARREN BUILDS A POWERHOUSE, BUT VOTERS STILL NERVOUS NYT: “Senator Elizabeth Warren has built the most formidable campaign organization of any Democratic presidential candidate in the first nominating states, raised an impressive $25 million without holding high-dollar fund-raisers, and has risen steadily in Iowa and New Hampshire polls. … Yet few candidates also inspire as much worry among these voters as Ms. Warren does. Even as she demonstrates why she is a leading candidate for the party’s nomination, Ms. Warren is facing persistent questions and doubts about whether she would be able to defeat President Trump in the general election. The concerns, including from her admirers, reflect the head-versus-heart debate shaping a Democratic contest increasingly being fought over the meaning of electability and how to take on Mr. Trump. … These Democrats worry that her uncompromising liberalism would alienate moderates in battleground states who are otherwise willing to oppose the president.”

Harris’ Iowa charm offensive gains converts – LAT: “Young men in Elizabeth Warren T-shirts gawked and pointed their cameras as Kamala Harris worked the crowd in Iowa. A group wearing black Andrew Yang shirts asked her for a photo. And on the sidelines of the Democratic Wing Ding Dinner, an Iowa political rite of passage, an older woman trying to find her friend for a selfie with the senator got a little help from Harris, who cranked up the goofy warmth she sometimes radiates on the campaign trail. … Harris must convert Democratic voters’ curiosity into commitment to win this first caucus state, and she recently crossed Iowa on a five-day bus tour to make the case that she is their best shot to beat President Trump. Many here like the former prosecutor’s toughness in debates and Senate hearings and think the nation is ready for a woman of color to be president. In person they often found Harris friendly and empathetic.” 

It’s midnight in Andrew Yang’s America – The Atlantic: “Yang thinks he’s tapped into a new strain of politics. He insists he’s not a fatalist or a nihilist. He figures himself to be an optimist, just one who sees how terrible things are and how much worse they can get, and he believes that the only way to get to the light is to acknowledge the darkness. … But this fatalistic perspective also informs some of Yang’s policy proposals: Why not begin to move ‘our people to higher ground’ because sea-level rise is inevitable, as he said at the Detroit debate last month? … ‘The picture that the data paints is quite clear and dark and dystopian,’ Yang told me. ‘Unfortunately, the dystopia is set to accelerate, because we’re just now having artificial intelligence leave the lab and hitting our big businesses … It’s about to get really hairy and nasty.’”

THE RULEBOOK: ABE SAYS
“In times of insurrection, or invasion, it would be natural and proper that the militia of a neighboring State should be marched into another, to resist a common enemy, or to guard the republic against the violence of faction or sedition.” – Alexander HamiltonFederalist No. 29

TIME OUT: JIMI, JANIS AND SHA NA NA
WSJ: “To recall the list of bands and performers who played the Woodstock Music & Art Fair in 1969 is to revel in rock ’n’ roll glory: Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Santana, The Who, Grateful Dead and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. … It’s been said if you remember Woodstock, you weren’t there… other lesser-known musicians were there, but few remember them. ‘If I bring it up, people think I’m joking,’ said Robert Leonard, a respected forensic linguist based at Hofstra University in New York. He is a former member of the ‘50s-themed group Sha Na Na, which performed right before Hendrix closed the musical extravaganza that drew some 450,000 fans to a farm in Bethel, N.Y. Sha Na Na began as a vocal ensemble at Columbia University, and most of its members had their sights on professions other than music. Besides, after Woodstock and all the rest, what’s left for an encore? ‘I played with Jimi Hendrix. I drank with Janis Joplin,’ Mr. Leonard said. ‘Maybe I had done enough.’”

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SCOREBOARD
Trump job performance
Average approval:
41.8 percent
Average disapproval: 54.6 percent
Net Score: -12.8 percent
Change from one week ago: down 1.6 points
[Average includes: Fox News: 43% approve – 56% disapprove; IBD: 40% approve – 56% disapprove; Gallup: 42% approve – 54% disapprove; Quinnipiac University: 40% approve – 54% disapprove; NPR/PBS/Marist: 44% approve – 53% disapprove.]

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FOX NEWS POLL: HUGE SUPPORT FOR CHECKS, RED FLAGS
Fox News: “In the wake of two mass shootings, overwhelming and bipartisan majorities of voters favor background checks on gun buyers and taking guns from people who are a danger to themselves or others, according to the latest Fox News Poll. … On specific measures to reduce gun violence, there’s broad support for requiring criminal background checks on all gun buyers (90 percent) and passing ‘red flag’ laws that allow police to take guns from people shown to be a danger to themselves or others (81 percent). Fewer, although still a sizable 67 percent majority, favor banning assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons. That’s up from 60 percent in 2018.  Support includes over half of those living in a gun-owner household (53 percent). Over half of independents (58 percent) and an overwhelming majority of Democrats (86 percent) favor a ban.  Republicans split 46-46 percent, which is a shift from 2018 when it was 41 favor vs. 56 oppose.”

GOP waiting on pollsters – NYT: “[President Trump] and his aides have yet to settle on what he will actually propose. But they have commissioned a poll through his campaign to assess where his supporters are on different gun control measures, and they will have the results by September, when the Senate returns from summer recess, according to three people briefed on the plans. Until that happens, the discussion inside the White House about what, if anything, to do about new gun measures – and Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, has warned that it will have to be the president who calls Republicans to action – is largely theoretical.”

Collins pushing hard – Politico:Susan Collins has watched countless gun debates stall out over the years. But this time, she says, will be different. The Maine moderate has long been a lonely voice on guns in the GOP. She’s one of just two Republicans left in the Senate who previously supported a bipartisan background checks bill and the only Republican serving who backed an assault weapons ban. Every time she’s gotten close to winning even modest new gun regulations, the effort collapses due to conservative opposition. But with President Donald Trump talking up new gun regulations, Collins is increasingly optimistic and has assumed a central role in the burgeoning effort to find a consensus among Republicans. She’s spoken to Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and White House legislative director Eric Ueland about potential gun safety reforms and plans to talk to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) this week.”

The Judge’s Ruling: Red flag on red flags – This week, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explains why the government does not have the right under the Constitution to confiscation of lawfully owned weapons: “When tragedy strikes, as it did in two mass killings this month, there is always the urge to pressure the government do something. Governments are animated by the belief that doing something – any demonstrable overt behavior – will show that they are in control. I understand the natural fears that good folks have that an El Paso or a Dayton episode might happen again, but doing something for the sake of appearance can be dangerous to personal liberty. When the Constitution was written, the idea of owning arms and keeping them in the home was widespread. The colonists had just defeated the armies of King George III. The colonial weapon of choice was the Kentucky long rifle, while British soldiers used their army-issued version of Brown Bessies.” More here.

TRUMP TRIES TO CHANGE THE MAP WITH N.H. RALLY
Boston Herald: “President Trump will hold a re-election campaign rally in Manchester, N.H., on Thursday – his first visit to the Granite State since 2016. The event will be held at the SNHU Arena, the same location of Trump’s rally on the eve of the 2016 election. Hundreds of Democratic activists are signed up to protest outside the venue, according to their organizers. Officials are expecting 11,000 people – roughly the arena’s capacity – to flood the city and are warning attendees to plan ahead for road closures. … Presidential campaigns are also pushing back against Trump’s visit to the Granite State. Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign will hold a ‘Stand up to Hate’ event at 6 p.m.”

New Hampshire GOP frets over Lewandowski – Politico: “President Donald Trump’s Thursday evening rally in Manchester, N.H., is ostensibly about ginning up support for his reelection campaign. But the state’s establishment GOP class is worried he’ll use the event to do something else: Talk up Corey Lewandowski’s potential 2020 Senate bid. Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has relayed concerns about Trump’s controversial former campaign manager to party leadership. Tom Rath, a former New Hampshire attorney general and a prominent Republican in the state, says he’s ‘not a Corey fan.’ Former GOP Sen. Judd Gregg took to the pages of New Hampshire’s biggest newspaper to deride Lewandowski as a ‘thug.’ And Dave Carney, a longtime New Hampshire-based strategist who’s worked on an array of statewide Republican campaigns, called the idea of a Lewandowski candidacy a ‘joke.’”

Dems to flood Granite State – WMUR: “After President Donald Trump leaves the state following tonight’s rally in Manchester, Democratic presidential candidates will be back at it. As we’ve reported, over the next five days, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, former federal Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro, entrepreneur Andrew Yang, U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand have multi-stop campaign swings planned. For Booker, it will be a key visit on Saturday as he continues his push to establish himself as the leading candidate on combatting gun violence. He’ll be back riding an RV on his visit, as he did in July. … He’ll also continue his call to combat white nationalism two days after Trump’s rally – a rally Booker had called on the president to cancel following the mass shooting by a white nationalist in El Paso, Texas, killing 22 people.”

TRUMP, FRESHMAN HOUSE DEMS RENEW SPAT, NOW VIA ISRAEL
NYT: “Israel on Thursday barred the entry of two American Democratic congresswomen who had planned to visit the West Bank, hours after President Trump had urged the country to block them. Mr. Trump’s intervention was an extraordinary step to influence an allied nation and punish his political opponents at home. The two congresswomen, Representatives Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, both freshmen, are the first two Muslim women elected to Congress. Both are outspoken adversaries of Mr. Trump and have been vocal in their support of the Palestinians and the boycott-Israel movement. The president has targeted them in speeches and Twitter postings that his critics have called racist and xenophobic. It was reported last week that Mr. Trump was pressing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel to deny entrance to the two women, and Thursday morning he left little doubt.”

PLAY-BY-PLAY
Cheney, House GOP Caucus chairwoman, calls for ouster of Rep. Steve King after rape comments – Fox News

AUDIBLE: PUT A STICK IN IT
“I’m a little grumpy there was no lunch, now I’m realizing there was no need,” – Mayor Pete Buttigieg said at the Iowa State Fair on Tuesday.

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OH HEEEEYYYY…
WQAD: “A 20-year-old woman called the police saying her car had been stolen, while running from police, in an attempt to trick them into thinking she wasn’t the one driving her car during the chase. [A Clinton County, Iowa] deputy clocked an eastbound vehicle on radar exceeding the speed limit. When the deputy attempted to perform a traffic stop on the speeder, the driver sped off and ran a red light… While the pursuit was in progress, Clinton County Communications received a 911 call from a Rachel Thornburg stating that her car had just been stolen from Low Moor. She claimed that she had left the keys in the car which was a 1998 grey Buick Century. This was the same vehicle that the deputy sheriff was pursuing. … Eventually, the Iowa State Patrol was able to successfully deploy Stop Sticks that flattened the tires of the Buick. … The driver was none other than Rachel Thornburg…”

AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES…
“Winning is great. You get to hoot and holler, hoist the trophy, shower in champagne, ride the open parade car and boycott the White House victory ceremony (choose your cause). But, as most who have engaged in competitive sports know, there’s nothing to match the amplitude of emotion brought by losing.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writing in The Washington Post on June 29, 2017.

Chris Stirewalt is the politics editor for Fox News. Liz Friden contributed to this report. Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.

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Washington state trooper finds driver playing ‘Pokemon Go’ on 8 phones

This driver clearly wanted to catch them all.

Authorities in Washington state said a state trooper who pulled over Tuesday to help what he thought was a disabled vehicle instead found a motorist playing “Pokemon Go” on eight different phones.

Washington State Trooper Rick Johnson said on Twitter the driver was stopped on the shoulder of the eastbound lanes of Highway 518 in Burien, located just south of Seattle.

VIRGINIA SECURITY GUARD SENTENCED FOR KILLING GRANDPA PLAYING ‘POKEMON GO’

Johnson, a spokesman for the patrol, shared a photo of what Sgt. Kyle Smith discovered in the vehicle: a blue foam square with the eight phones lying in special cutouts.

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Washington State Patrol Sgt. Kyle Smith discovered a driver along the side of a highway playing “Pokemon Go” on eight phones on Tuesday, acording to police. (WSP Trooper Rick Johnson)

“Driver agreed to put phones in back seat and continued his commute with eight less distractions,” Johnson said.

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Smith did not issue a ticket because he did not observe the car moving while the driver was using the phones, according to Johnson.

The sergeant, however, did advise the motorist not to stop along the highway shoulder unless there was an emergency.

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Bam Margera checks into rehab after trespassing arrest

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“Jackass” star Bam Margera is back in rehab.

Margera, 39, was readmitted to a treatment center almost immediately after posting bail on Wednesday on charges he refused to leave a hotel bar, TMZ reported.

The rehabilitation center reportedly put demands on Margera to commit to its program and put in place special rules he must follow to continue treatment.

BAM MARGERA ARRESTED AFTER REFUSING TO LEAVE HOTEL BAR

Sources close to his family told the site that he was likely off his bipolar disorder medication, leading to his meltdown.

Margera was arrested earlier this week after he allegedly refused to leave the Luxe Hotel bar on West Sunset Boulevard, the LAPD confirmed to Fox News on Wednesday.

A hotel staffer placed Margera under citizen’s arrest, which officers helped facilitate once they arrived on the scene.

BAM MARGERA CHECKS INTO REHAB FOR ALCOHOL ABUSE FOR THE THIRD TIME

The arrest occurred at 11:56 p.m.

Video footage obtained by TMZ shows Margera arguing with officers, who asked him not to make a scene and to simply exit the hotel’s premises.

Reps for Margera, a skateboarder who came to prominence after starring in the “Jackass” series on MTV from 2000 to 2002, did not return Fox News’ request for comment on his arrest.

The former “Jackass” star sought help for alcohol addiction at the behest of his wife Nikki, his mother and Dr. Phil, whose name Margera got tattooed on his neck.

Dr. Phil told TMZ, “I hope he can resume treatment. My attitude is, never surrender to the disease. It is a tug of war and you just can’t ever drop your end of the rope. Bam is such a charming, hard working and talented guy. You can’t help but like and pull for him. Fingers crossed.”

BAM MARGERA TAPPED TO REFEREE BAGEL BOSS FIGHT

Margera last went to rehab in January 2019.

He also checked into treatment a year earlier after being arrested for driving under the influence, Page Six reported.

In September 2017, Margera’s parents revealed that his “rock star” lifestyle spun out of control, leading Margera to drink instead of eating and speculating that the skateboarder also had bulimic tendencies.

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Margera admitted at the time to abusing both alcohol and drugs.

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