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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 Thursday, April 13, 2017.
Churches are closing, mosques are opening, and the West is dying.
The Washington Post, one of the most vocal critics of the Trump administration, finally takes notice of some of the good things that the administration is getting done.
What President Trump’s attack on Syria did… and didn’t do.
The Trump administration has already done much to reduce the flow of illegal immigrants in to the United States; now they’re moving forward with plans to expel as many illegals as they can.
Speaking of President Trump, he now believes that NATO, having made some changes, is no longer obsolete when it comes to fighting the war on terror.
While liberals pretend, political analyst Sean Trende assures the GOP that Ron Estes’ “narrow” 7-point victory in the Kansas special election is really nothing to worry about.
GOP infighting is putting their agenda, and the agenda of the President, in danger.
The cultural optics of being President Trump.
Apparently, the President was just being hyperbolic when he said that he was going to pay off the national debt in 8 years. While they may not be able to take care of the debt, the White House does feel like they can tighten our belts and rein in unnecessary spending. In fact, they’ve already informed agencies across the government that they need to come up with plans to shrink their workforce… ASAP.
Americans have grown lazy, and it’s killing our economy.
Americans have become lazy, argues economist Tyler Cowen.
They don’t start businesses as much as they once did. They don’t move as often as they used to. And they live in neighborhoods that are about as segregated as they were in the 1960s.
All of this is causing the U.S. to stagnate economically and politically…
Charlie Murphy, brother of comic legend Eddie Murphy, has passed away at the age of 57.
We just lost one of the funniest most real brothers of all time . Charlie Murphy RIP. pic.twitter.com/AAwItp5AJC
— Chris Rock (@chrisrock) April 12, 2017