News You Can Use for December 10, 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 Saturday, December 10, 2016.

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President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks seem to indicate that the country will soon be going in a conservative (and very positive) pro-growth direction.

The Democrat Party plans to fight tooth and nail to save Obamacare; the only problem is that they are the minority party in both the House and the Senate, a Republican will be in the White House soon, and the GOP controls the vast majority of state governments as well.

Fellow conservatives, we should all be very wary as the fight over Obamacare begins… some in the GOP establishment would replace Obamcare with RINOcare.

Even after 8 years of being a “war-time” President, Barack Obama still doesn’t “get” the war on terror.

A federal judge has decided to allow the Wisconsin recount to continue, but it was nearly finished anyway and Hillary Clinton is still losing by almost the same exact vote total she did on Election Day.

How did Donald Trump do it? How did he break the blue wall to defeat Hillary Clinton?

The New York Times is getting honest these days – just last month they admitted that they are too biased towards liberals (something they admitted to again just last week), and now they’re admitting that they simply don’t understand religious people.

The brilliant Ben Stein is worried that his anti-Trump Democrat friends have gone completely insane.

Senate Democrats are considering a government shutdown, and they hope that Donald Trump will help them do it.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign team still hasn’t learned the lesson of the 2016 election. The sore losers are still being both sore and losers.

Fox News’ most important employee, Megyn Kelly, is in talks with ABC to switch networks.

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