Required Reading – July 25

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

Michel: New Report Shows Every Congressional District Benefits From Tax Reform

“What would you buy with $26,000? A new car? A year of college tuition? A down payment on a house? This is not a hypothetical question. New research from The Heritage Foundation shows that the average American household can expect about $26,000 more in take-home pay over the next 10 years thanks to the tax reform that Congress passed last year. But where can you find the ‘average’ American? With Heritage’s new online tool, you can see how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will benefit the typical taxpayer in every congressional district. We’ve tailored our research to where you live. (Check it outhere.) The big takeaway? Wherever you live, typical taxpayers in every congressional district will see a tax cut in 2018.”

Read more at Daily Signal.

Brunnstrom: Report says images indicate North Korea dismantling test site facilities

“Satellite images indicate North Korea has begun dismantling key facilities at a site used to develop engines for ballistic missiles, a first step toward fulfilling a pledge made to U.S. President Donald Trump, a Washington-based think tank said on Monday. The July 20 images showed work at the Sohae Satellite Launching Station to dismantle . . .”

Read more at Reuters.

Timmerman: Trump Doctrine vs. Rouhani

“If you’re reading this page, you’ve probably already had your fill of the hysterics and bombast from the organized left in response to this latest Trump tweet, starting with Rachel Maddow, the Atlantic, and their fellow gutter-creatures. So here is what you need to know to determine whether this President is serious.”

Read more at Front Page Mag.

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