News You Can Use for April 16, 2017

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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 Sunday, April 16, 2017.

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How President Trump’s strike on Syria completely changed the U.S. – Russia power dynamic.

What the strike did do, though, was radically alter the power dynamic between Moscow and Washington that Vladimir Putin had spent the last three years establishing: one in which Putin acts and Washington, gobsmacked, scrambles to react.

What would be the devastating consequences of a Second Korean War?

Christians are disappearing from the Muslim world and it doesn’t seem to concern American liberals.

If the government cannot be trusted to obey the law, how in the world can we trust them to protect us?

The Department of Justice MUST bring criminal charges against Lois Lerner.

The IRS targeting was an intentional chaos strategy in action. Chaos creates uncertainty, uncertainty creates a vacuum, and a vacuum creates opportunities for bad people to grab political power.

As Investor’s Business Daily argued in one of their editorials, “IRS officials now know they can go after any political opponent they want, ruin them any way they wish, swing an election—as occurred with Lerner’s actions—and get away with it.”

President Trump reminds some New Yorkers of an early Rudy Giuliani.

China is warning the world that a “storm is about to break” as tensions mount over North Korea.

No, President Trump doesn’t need Congressional approval to strike in Syria.

Delta Airlines is using the misfortune of United Airlines to make some changes that won’t affect most customers, but will make a few very happy.

Gallup just learned why most Americans head to church, and you might be surprised to hear their answers.

How would the universe change if we grew an extra dimension?

Kicking your friends is usually bad politics.

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