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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, March 12, 2017.
Mr. President, please don’t fire U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. Yes, he was hired by the Obama administration, but he’s the best thing to happen to the Justice Department in a very long time. For his part, Bharara says that he won’t resign, so President Trump would have to fire him…
There was a time when the media didn’t care about secret conversations between our leaders and the Russians… and it wasn’t very long ago.
When it comes to revamping our healthcare system President Trump is ready to go with an “all of the above” approach in an effort to negotiate passage of a new bill.
The NY Post says that the GOP’s Obamacare replacement will boost jobs AND cut taxes!
Vice President Pence will travel to Kentucky to stump for support for the GOP healthcare bill.
The Democrats look hopefully to 2018 for some good news, but the truth is that 2018 will likely be even worse for the party than 2016 was.
The “women’s strike” was progressive activism at it’s very worst.
There is a way to establish a “merit-based” legal immigration system as Helen Raleigh at Townhall explains.
A White House official speaking on the condition of anonymity says that President Trump believed he’d been wiretapped after reading a report about it in Breitbart News.
What is the endgame in the fight against ISIS?
What happens the day after Raqqa falls? Should American troops remain in Syria once ISIS has been defeated, and if so for what purpose? Will there be clear lines of authority between CENTCOM and SOCOM? Just what is America’s position on the Kurds—are we for an independent Kurdistan, and if so are we prepared to resist Turkish and Iraqi attempts to quash it?