News You Can Use for April 5, 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 5, 2017.

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Conservatives, while the President may not speak like one of us, it’s time to celebrate the work he has done and everything he has already accomplished. He may call for higher taxes, more spending, and some less than conservative healthcare policies… but what he’s actually DONE is the epitome of conservatism.

There’s a lot of smoke, but no one is really sure what the fire is supposed to be. What exactly is supposed to be so scandalous about the Russia – Trump scandal?

The Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi argues that when it comes to Trump and Russia the nation has lost its collective mind. He writes that even if there is some kind of nefarious connection, which he doubts as we’ve seen NO EVIDENCE of that, it’s probably not bad enough to warrant the current insanity.

Meanwhile, Susan Rice’s unmasking is a Watergate-style scandal.

The Democrats crusade to kill the filibuster is about to come to a final resolution.

Many of our political disagreements can be traced back to a simple disagreement about what “we the people” means. In fact, the two different understandings of the phrase have been argued for the entirety of our national history.

Meet the mom who wishes she could have aborted her child and disagrees with the idea that there are “no wrongful births.” CNN attempts to make the mom a hero for championing the right to abort physically disabled children but the truth is that this woman believes mothers should be able to abort disabled children. This was a popular sentiment in Nazi Germany too.

Stop using the word “politicized” if you’re unsure of what it really means.

Abortion has decimated China. In fact, things are so bad that the men there are actually starting to marry robot wives instead of women.

Pseudo-conservative David Brooks is calling for our government to “go for a win on opioids,” which seems to mean that he wants a few BIG government programs to attempt to crack down on opioid use. Apparently, Brooks doesn’t realize that our government has already lost a host of similar fights.

Believer it or not, the secret to Donald Trump’s success might be his … physical attractiveness. 🇺🇸

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