Hamas’ brutal terrorist attacks on Israeli civilians dominated the news cycle last week. However, there were four lesser-known stories that deserve attention:
1. Biden’s Classified Docs Scandal
Last week, it was revealed that President Joe Biden’s attorneys had been screening Obama-Biden documents at the Penn Biden Center long before they claimed to have discovered them. This raises questions about when the documents were actually found and why Biden’s personal attorneys were involved.
2. Hurdles for the Fulton County DA
Last week, hearings were held for Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell, who were charged in a RICO indictment that included former President Donald Trump. The defense presented strong arguments challenging the charges, including the validity of the RICO charge and the constitutionality of the state’s conspiracy law.
3. The Economy
Last week, concerns about the U.S. economy were highlighted in the Federal Reserve’s minutes from its September meeting. Issues such as the United Auto Workers’ strike, higher energy costs, a weaker China economy, and the threat of a government shutdown were cited as causes for uncertainty.
4. Robert Menendez
In a little-noticed development, Democrat Sen. Robert Menendez was charged with acting as an agent for Egypt without registering under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. This charge draws attention to the Biden administration’s failure to pursue similar charges against Hunter Biden.
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