News You Can Use for December 1, 2016

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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 Thursday, December 1, 2016.

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Donald Trump might be stuck with NAFTA.

But this is why the Rust Belt voted for Donald Trump.

Let’s be honest about Muslim immigration.

Mitch McConnell should act now to eliminate the legislative filibuster on judicial appointments. Doing so now would make the process of appointing judges much easier for President-elect Trump once he takes office.

Thanks to the “Fight for $15” minimum wage battle, McDonald’s has begun unveiling job-replacing self-service kiosks across the country.

American liberals are getting more and more intolerant of opposing viewpoints and the truth of that can be seen in their decisions to cut conservatives off.

The CDC just discovered something that conservatives have known for years – being sexually moral leads to healthier lifestyles.

News outlets are rethinking their usage of the term “alt-right.”

“White Identity” politics may have given us Donald Trump… but it was the left who gave us white identity politics.

I don’t always agree with Mitch McConnell… but this time, he is right on the money. We must respect everyone’s freedom of speech, even (or especially) unpleasant speech.

Mr. Trump is considering David Petraeus for Secretary of State… the same David Petraues who just launched a new gun control group because he doesn’t believe Americans should have a right to defend themselves.

On the possibility that General James Mattis could be our next Secretary of Defense:

One Marine friend told me that fellow Marines would, “Follow him to hell and back.” And, “If he gave the order to invade North Korea with nothing but dull spoons, every grunt I know would be there with a smile on their face. He is awesome.”

President Obama’s decision not to send a delegation to Castro’s funeral is wise; however, his decision to have the Ambassador to Cuba and his Deputy National Security Advisor, Ben Rhodes, attend is foolish. Castro deserves no recognition. He deserves death, burial, and nothing else.

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