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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, April 2, 2017.
Unpatriotic Democrats know that the election was completely legitimate, but they continue to push their dangerous conspiracy theories.
Devin Nunes (R-CA), the beleaguered Intelligence Committee chairman, is the latest target in a partisan smear campaign. He must not step down.
Ramesh Ponnuru writes, The failure of Republicans’ first attempt is no excuse to give up on moving health care in a conservative direction.
Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is acting like a desperate and foolish man. He has no way of keeping Judge Gorsuch off the Supreme Court unless he’s able to convince a few Republicans to vote his way – and that ain’t happening.
Why in the world would Democrats want President Trump removed from Office?
The great irony in all of this is that if the liberals thirsting for Trump to be removed from office actually got their way, all of this would be reversed and the Republican Party under Mike Pence would suddenly be in a rather advantageous political and policy position for the foreseeable future.
Germany says that they won’t be giving in to Trump’s NATO demands anytime soon.
“Germany has to invest more in its defense capabilities … we have already increased defense spending by 13.7 percent under NATO criteria and will it increase by a further 7.9 percent,” Gabriel said. “It’s necessary because our army is not in a responsible shape.”
“However,” he said, “it is important to correctly quote the Wales declaration. Its guidelines say members should lean towards a 2 percent spending, but it is at no point written that this is a fixed goal and that every member state should invest 2 percent of its GDP in defense.”
Not a good idea – The Trump White House seems to be enjoying fighting with House conservatives like Michigan’s Justin Amash (R-MI).
It would be foolish for anyone to count President Trump out too soon.
To help middle-income wage earners, the first thing Republicans should do is cut business taxes.
Here are 11 key points to remember about the Trump-Russia affair.
Are the Brits Bonkers to Brexit? Or are they geniuses?