The NY Post: “Elizabeth Anne Enderli, 31, had no idea her Texas concealed-carry permit was null in New York when she asked Ground Zero security on Saturday where she could store her 9mm and .380 caliber pistols, cops said.”
From Politico: “The Conserving Ecosystems by Ceasing the Importation of Large Animal Trophies Act would extend restrictions on the import and export of animals that are being considered for inclusion under the Endangered Species Act. Currently, the restrictions apply only to animals already on the list.”
From NY Daily News: “New Yorkers should keep their air conditioners at 78 degrees to help reduce the risk of blackouts, Mayor de Blasio said. “If the air conditioning is set at 78 degrees, people are safe and they will be able to deal with the hot temperatures,” he said.
From the Daily Mail: “One in three young adults is still living at home with their parents, despite years of economic recovery which have seen more of them bag jobs and bigger pay packets. Some 20.4million adults aged 18-34 are staying with parents or other relatives – a new high which has kept rising despite young people being richer than they have in years.”
According to the guide, other “problematic” terms include “opposite sex” (it recommends using “other sex,”) “senior citizen” (it recommends “old people” or “people of advanced age”) and “obese” (it recommends using “people of size.”)
Donald Trump recorded a 34% favorability rating among Hispanics in a national poll conducted by Public Policy Polling among 1,087 registered voters between July 20-21.
The Today Show reports that “Huckabee said he has received nothing but positive feedback from the group of people he supposedly has offended.”
The New York Times writes that “the move brings a temporary end to a fractious struggle that had consumed City Hall for several days, inundating parts of the city with mailers, phone calls, advertisements and, on Wednesday, broadsides against Mayor Bill de Blasio from familiar faces and an even more familiar foe.”
From the NY Post: “Unbeknown to most Americans, Obama’s racial bean counters are furiously mining data on their health, home loans, credit cards, places of work, neighborhoods, even how their kids are disciplined in school — all to document “inequalities” between minorities and whites.”
Michelle Malkin writes, “This is not a “circumstance.” This is war.”