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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.
So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, November 23, 2016.
More than 30 counties that haven’t voted Republican in over 40 years changed their minds in 2016. Why?
The mayor of a liberal Boston suburb says that his town will continue to be a “Sanctuary City” even if Donald Trump decides to revoke their federal funding. Interestingly the town is very wealthy and has a stunning lack of immigrants living in its borders; perhaps the mayor wouldn’t be so happy if the Federal government decided to relocate several hundred refugees to their locale?
Rush Limbaugh explains the best part of Donald Trump’s election victory.
Vice President-elect Mike Pence was right about the decision by the ‘Hamilton’ cast to treat him the way they did. It may have been poorly timed and in bad taste, but that is what freedom sounds like.
Mr. Trump asked a good question on Twitter on Tuesday; the media knew all about his investment properties before he was elected… why are they making such a big fuss about it now?
Prior to the election it was well known that I have interests in properties all over the world.Only the crooked media makes this a big deal!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 22, 2016
Should conservatives be worried about the Trump University settlement?
The irony that everyone is missing from the Hamilton-Pence brouhaha is that Donald Trump is more like Alexander Hamilton than any other president in recent memory.
Traveling to Europe for the holidays may be a riskier proposition than usual.
Even from the grave Ted Kennedy continues to smear good Republicans.
Funnyman Tim Allen notices a hypocritical and not-so-funny trend from the media and Hollywood when it comes to how they handle their political differences.
Yeesh. Liberals Keith Olbermann and Perez Hilton have decided to start calling Republicans Nazis… Ann Coulter is fighting back.