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A survey of firearm retailers found that 40% of customers this year were first-time gun buyers, up from 24% in years past. The largest increase of any demographic buying guns has been among Black Americans. LA Times
VOA VIEW: A fearful nation caused by the left.
On Thursday, President Trump finalized his health-insurance price-transparency rule. Count on it to revolutionize American health care. The order requires health insurers to publish their real prices and cost-sharing information in advance so health-care consumers can easily shop for the best quality care and coverage at the lowest possible price. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Good for the US.
Nothing threatens the progressive project more than the existence of a Supreme Court that adheres to the Constitution. It’s really that simple. That’s what the tantrum over Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation is all about. The notion that the same Democrats who shelved the judicial filibuster and now threaten to destroy the separation of powers... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Dems are fools.

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A group of rowdy Trump supporters got under Joe Biden’s skin Friday when they derailed his Minnesota rally — the frustrated Democratic nominee calling them “ugly folks” and “not very polite people” as they honked over his speech. The roughly dozen cars of Biden supporters gathered for the small drive-in rally in St. Paul were... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Less then a dozen cars shows no enthusiasm for the liberal fool.
TikTok got yet another reprieve on Friday after a federal judge blocked a Trump administration ban which would have effectively shut down the Chinese-owned app in the US on Nov. 12. The Pennsylvania judge issued a preliminary injunction Friday that will stop US officials from restricting the popular video platform’s web hosting and content delivery... New York Post
VOA VIEW: The liberal judge made a bad call.
White evangelicals have time and again offered uncompromising support for President Trump when he needed it the most. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Count of it.
Voter turnout for the 2020 election has been "stunning" so far. And voters of all ages are casting ballots for the first time.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: Bad for the liberals and anarchists'.
2020 could see a historic turnout among Black voters in the battleground state of Pennsylvania amid a national debate on systemic racism.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: Black voters may rebel against Dems.
President Trump on Friday told a Minnesota rally that the election was their chance to deal a blow to the "arrogant far left" that allowed unchecked rioting this summer. "We're not just running against sleepy Joe Biden. We're running against the arrogant far left," Mr. Trump told a small rally ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: So be it.

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Project Veritas filed a defamation lawsuit Friday seeking against the New York Times, alleging that the newspaper published a "dishonest" report about the undercover journalism outfit's Minneapolis ballot-harvesting investigation. The lawsuit filed in New York state court for Westchester County took issue with a story in the Sept. 29-30 print ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Good!
Twitter said Friday evening that it restored the New York Post's ability to tweet following a change to the policy that the social media giant used to justify restrictions placed on the Post's account. Earlier this month, Twitter blocked users from sharing New York Post articles involving Hunter Biden's emails ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Twitter realized their big mistake.
Joseph R. Biden slammed President Trump on Friday for saying doctors are over-classifying deaths as COVID-19-related in order to get paid more money. "Did you hear what he said today? He said that our doctors, our first responders ... they're making up deaths from COVID because they get more money," ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden is an idiot.
President Donald Trump and other Republicans are arguing in the final days of the campaign that their superior ground game will make a critical difference on Election Day and allow them to turn out their voters in enough states to reach the 270 electoral votes needed to win. CNN
VOA VIEW: As it will be.

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CNN's SE Cupp takes a closer look at the similarities between the 2016 and 2020 elections. CNN
VOA VIEW: CNN may have it right for a change.
Kyle Rittenhouse, an Illinois teenager accused of fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during protests, was extradited to Wisconsin after a judge's ruling on Friday. CNN
VOA VIEW: He is innocent.
Mitch McConnell, Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump offered differing views on when they could pass coronavirus stimulus after the 2020 election. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Pelosi will be no more and Republicans will do the honors.

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Exxon's revenue fell nearly 30% during the third quarter as the coronavirus pandemic batters the oil industry. CNBC
A judge in El Paso, Texas ordered all non-essential businesses to shut down in the county this week, but the police department now says they won't enforce his order.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Good!
The town council met after a number of complaints were raised about the flags hanging in a designated early voting location. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Left wing radicals.
Austin has seen a spike in violent crime and officer retirements after the city council voted over the summer to immediately slash $20 million from the police department budget, becoming the first major Texas city to do so.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Liberal fools.
Post-Tropical Cyclone Zeta continues to downgrade as it drifts across the Northeast, but the damage in its wake continues to linger across the South. FOX News

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More than 1 million homes and businesses across seven southeastern states were still without power early Friday, almost two days after Hurricane Zeta blew through. UPI
Personal income in the United States rose slightly during the month of September, government figures showed Friday. UPI
VOA VIEW: Good for Trump victory.

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     A fast recovery of fear.  Walmart on Friday said it is returning guns and ammunition to store floors, describing incidents of what the retailer called "civil unrest" in several of its stores earlier this week as "isolated." The move comes a day after Walmart said it had pulled firearms and ammo from store displays. A Walmart is among scores of stores looted amid two nights of protests that followed a fatal shooting Monday by police in Philadelphia. 

     "After civil unrest earlier this week resulted in damage to several of our stores, consistent with actions we took over the summer, we asked stores to move firearms and ammunition from the sales floor to a secure location in the back of the store in an abundance of caution," a Walmart spokesperson said by email. "As the current incidents have remained geographically isolated, we have made the decision to begin returning these products to the sales floor today."