News You Can Use for April 17, 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 Monday, April 17, 2017.

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Trump’s first 100 days have actually been far better than you think. Check out all of the great work that President Trump has accomplished in less than 4 months.

Ah, remember the halcyon days when being against illegal immigration wasn’t racist? That’s what happens when the left decides to change their minds, anyone who doesn’t agree is either a bigot or a racist.

On April 16th, Turkey’s citizens will vote on a “slate of sweeping changes” to their nation’s constitution. The outcome of the vote could change the political face of our world.

Were #NeverTrump conservatives finally vindicated this past week? Many of the promises that president Trump has made have been kept, but over the last few days quite a few of his most important guarantees were left in the dust.

Despite what the President may think, he still “NEEDS” Steve Bannon in the White House.

Maybe everyone should just abide by the new “Hitler” rule?

There’s a simple rule of thumb here, applicable beyond politics: If you find yourself uttering a sentence that includes the phrase “even Hitler didn’t sink to …” just stop talking and start over. Safer still, don’t talk about Hitler and domestic politics at all. 

Despite the bombings of their churches, Christians in Egypt went on with their Easter celebrations in a spirit of solemnity and hope.

Christians reeling from the attacks while mourning the loss of their loved ones say all they can do is pray, and many say they are determined to go to church on Easter Sunday. On Good Friday, in both Alexandria and Tanta, worshippers dressed in black attended church despite the bombings. The military deployed armored cars to the Alexandrian cathedral.

There is a profound connection between Easter and Passover… because that’s how God planned it.

Why Americans have stopped moving. 🇺🇸

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