When it comes to being a liberal, the left is in the minority

By Nick Swardson and Kevin FrekingPosted September 24, 2018 09:53:00The latest from New York City The newest headlines from New Orleans and around the country.1.

President Trump is trying to get the country back on track.2.

The New Orleans Superdome is now open.3.

The White House is finally admitting that the U.S. military has killed too many civilians in Yemen.4.

Trump will finally get to spend Thanksgiving with his family.5.

And finally, the House voted to pass an emergency budget that will keep the government open through Sept. 30.6.

The Senate passed a bill to fund the federal government through Sept 28.7.

And then, President Trump signed a budget bill that would provide $1.5 trillion to the military.8.

Now, the Trump administration will be allowed to begin a series of airstrikes against ISIS in Syria and Iraq.9.

President Donald Trump says he will be spending Thanksgiving at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.10.

The U.N. says it’s planning a resolution to the Syrian refugee crisis.11.

The new president of the United States is reportedly considering the creation of a U.K.-style border wall.12.

President Joe Biden says the U .

S. will continue to work with allies to find a political solution to the crisis in Syria.13.

The Democratic Party is in crisis.14.

And now, a federal judge in Texas says the president’s executive order on immigration should be blocked.15.

The House of Representatives is voting on a resolution that would ban sanctuary cities from the country, while the Senate is holding a procedural vote.16.

The president is threatening to cut off federal funding for Planned Parenthood if he doesn’t get more money for the organization.17.

And he’s now threatening to end the DACA program.18.

And it’s finally time for the Senate to hold a vote on a bill that funds the National Institutes of Health through September 30.19.

And that’s not all.

Here are some of the latest developments in the world of politics.1, The Trump administration has started putting out press releases about its policy changes.2, The White Houses Chief of Staff, John Kelly, is expected to make a major speech on Thursday on how the president plans to handle the immigration debate.3, And Trump’s budget chief, Mick Mulvaney, has begun writing memos for his boss.4, The New York Times is reporting that the Trump White House wants to be known as the “Trump team” after it comes out of the White House, according to an anonymous source.5, The United Nations is launching a probe into Trump’s response to the hurricanes.6, And the House is voting to pass a resolution calling on the president to issue an emergency declaration to stop the war in Syria as well as the Zika virus outbreak in Latin America.7, The Senate is set to vote on legislation that would allow the president the power to suspend immigration for the duration of the government shutdown.8, And finally: the Senate passed legislation that will allow the White Houses chief of staff to write memos for the president.9, President Joe Lieberman has called for President Trump to “step down” and is urging Democrats to do so.10, And now it’s the turn of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.