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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, April 6, 2017.
Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has penned an op-ed for Fox News that explains “the truth” about Chuck Schumer, the Democrat Party, and their unprincipled stand against confirming Judge Neil Gorsuch.
Susan Rice’s role in the Obama spying story is a very big deal.
It’s not just Rice. She wasn’t the only person to request the unmasking of Trump officials regarding politically sensitive operations, and she wasn’t the person who requested that Flynn’s name be unmasked, meaning she requested at least one other Trump associate’s unmasking. We still don’t know who committed the crime of leaking Flynn’s name to the Washington Post. It’s time to start working on covering this story, rather than running interference for anonymous sources.
Why is the mainstream media trying to cover up the Susan Rice/Obama spying story?
The worst kind of bias is the bias of omission. And that was never more on display than after reports surfaced earlier this week alleging former Obama National Security Adviser Susan Rice’s had unmasked Trump transition team members.
The House is preparing to leave for recess without having agreed on a deal to end Obamacare and bring real healthcare options to the American people.
Someone needs to tell the United Nations that Israel deserves a seat on the Security Council.
How did the GOP steal the title of “populism” away form the Democrats?
What could possibly motivate anyone to use chemical weapons?
The President is the President’s own worst enemy.
Americans are postponing marriage to go to college and to start their careers.
In medieval England the villagers were sometimes very careful to make sure that the dead would not come back to life as zombies.