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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, April 10, 2017.
President Donald Trump’s recent airstrike on Syria is yet another crippling blow to Barack Obama’s “legacy.” Other than Obamacare, Trump has already undone most of the work that Obama took 8 years to do; in fact all that is really left (other than Obamacare) are Obama’s massive failures in the Middle East.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) says that his decision to end the filibuster of Supreme Court justices was simply the outgrowth of the Democrats’ decision to kill the filibuster back in 2013. The Democrats have reaped what they sowed.
After the confirmation of Judge Neil Grosuch, the Democrats now have ZERO leverage to slow President Trump and the GOP’s agenda.
Russia is as much at fault for Syria’s use of chemical weapons as Bashar Assad is. Now the question that needs to be asked is, “What did Putin know and when did he know it?”
The Assad family is notorious for their ruthlessness and they sometimes use terrorists to carry out their plans… so will Bashar Assad use ISIS to get his revenge on the USA?
51% of Americans support the strike on Syria, but most Americans don’t think that the strikes will actually be effective. At the same time, a plurality of Americans believe that Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is right… the President should have asked Congress to give him authorization for the attack.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is not a fan of Bashar Assad, but he believes that our first priority in Syria is defeating ISIS – we can focus on “stabilizing” Syria once ISIS is gone.
Ars Technica explains how WikiLeaks uncovered the CIA’s secret for infecting Windows based computers.
The vast majority of Americans agree with President Trump on two major… and not very conservative… proposals.
California is essentially two states – a liberal coastal elite and a conservative blue collar interior.