News You Can Use for April 26, 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 Wednesday, April 26, 2017.

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The first 100 days of the Trump era have been pretty good for the nation, and one more interesting side benefit is just being realized… the Trump presidency has enabled the Democrat Party to overlook some of their very serious problems.

But while the president has generated a vibrant culture of resistance on the left, it’s obscuring the depth of the hole in which the Democratic Party still finds itself. 

Even the media is beginning to learn that they live, work, and operate in a liberal bubble.

Conservative figures in the media were invited to attend an exclusive event at the White House on Monday night, but they left feeling frustrated and complaining that they weren’t allowed to report on much of what they learned.

It’s time that we end the censorship that has become prevalent on college campuses across America.

The Trump team infighting that had been entertaining the media for so long has finally begun to cool down.

Why is the New York Times being “sensitive” to the monsters who are mutilating little girls?

Worried the term “female genital mutilation” might sharpen the divide between those who oppose brutally cutting away a little girl’s genitalia to deprive her of sexual pleasure and those who practice the “rite,” one New York Times editor instead refers to the ritual as “genital cutting.”

The Pentagon was caught off guard by the Trump administration’s tough talk on North Korea.

The Trump administration has put Iran on notice, but are they listening?

Now that the Venezuelan government has begun arming gangs of dictator Nicolas Maduro’s supporters, we may not be far off from a full-blown civil war.

Former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has some advice for the Trump administration on how to make sure that Obamacare repeal gets done.

New polls hold a warning sign for President Trump – as many American signal support for immigration and free trade.

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