News You Can Use for April 3, 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 3, 2017.

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Not only was Donald Trump being surveilled long before he was nominated as the GOP presidential candidate, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) was being blocked by several intelligence agencies from seeing the truth about what they were doing.

Indiana Democrat Joe Donelly (D-IN) becomes the 3rd Democrat Senator to say he’ll vote to confirm Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. The GOP still needs 5 more votes from the Democrats…

Judge Gorsuch’s detractors are plagued by ignorance and willful stupidity.

What it’s really about is determining the original public meaning of constitutional language and provisions, i.e., what the words meant when they were written… The Senate should confirm Gorsuch immediately and ignore Prof. Levy’s anachronistic, incorrect, anti-GOP, and anti-originalist shrieks. Gorsuch’s originalism is all that stands between We the People and another disaster like Plessy.

Wisconsin Democrats continue to pay the price for all of their anti-Scott Walker protests and attacks. Six years after the protests in Madison, the state continues to get redder every year.

Wayne Allyn Root explains how it is that President Trump just keeps winning.

Liberals are delusional. They are so hysterical over President Donald Trump that they’ve convinced themselves they’re winning.

This is hilarious. Trump is destroying them every single day and they’re too blind, deaf and arrogant to notice.

President Trump is apparently a much worse gun salesman than President Obama was. The gun industry is one of the few American industries that seems poised to shrink in the Trump boom.

When it comes to diversity in the upper levels of Congressional staff… the GOP is outpacing the Democrat Party.

Jim Webb should veto “the Heckler’s Veto” and visit the campuses where he’s causing such a stir.

Just in time for April Fool’s Day – Al Gore has made another science fiction movie about climate change.

Did you see the Russian Embassy’s EPIC April Fool’s Day joke? Very funny… and it made some Democrats very mad. 🇺🇸

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