Trump Effect

News You Can Use for April 25, 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 Tuesday, April 25, 2017.

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It’s been 102 year since the Armenian Genocide and the world still hasn’t come to grips with the full extent of the horror.

While the Democrats may be floundering in irrelevance, the truth is that the divisions within the Republican Party are deeper and more pronounced than those of the left.

Yet another major scientific study finds that fracking is NOT contaminating groundwater, even if liberals refuse to believe it.

Liberals seem perfectly content to shame and slur one particular group of people… those from Appalachia.

“This genre trades on a bad-faith sleight of hand that displaces the reality that the average Trump voter is a college-educated white individual of some means, not a ‘hillbilly.’ The sole reason for this genre’s existence is to provide the liberal elite with the means to feel superior to poor people, of all races, without sounding like Jason Chaffetz.”

For liberals it seems that denying socialism is an even worse crime than denying the holocaust.

Folks, it’s simply foolish to judge a president by his first 100 days in office. “Good legislation often begins with a string of failures—and it’s hard to evaluate success after just three months.”

The politics of internal migration – how America is moving away from Blue and towards Red.

Americans are rejecting what Walter Russell Mead has labelled “the blue model,” and relocating to cities, states and regions that are less dense, less heavily taxed, and less regulated.

Politico is trying to make the GOP nervous by arguing that there are a lot of reasons for Republicans to be sounding alarms… these worries seem a little early, and largely overblown.

Well, it’s about time. President Obama is finally admitting that opponents of illegal immigration aren’t all racists. This message would have been nice to hear a few years ago.

Trump vs. Obama – could they be more different?

RIP Kate O’Beirne.

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