Alcee Hastings

News You Can Use for December 10, 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 Sunday, December 10, 2017.

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Trending: The President’s Beef with Stormy Daniels SOMEHOW Got Dumber

A police officer murdered an innocent man in cold blood and it was recorded in all of its glory… but the police officer was just acquitted and will face no justice.

Has anyone noticed that every time that new economic numbers are released, Trump’s economy continues to outpace the expectations? The mainstream media hasn’t noticed, but it’s happening.

A shocking new report details how liberal activists in Wisconsin illegally spied on Republican politicians, donors, and citizens. The report also shows that these liberals defied court orders and acted in direct opposition to the law over and over again.

Another day, another Democrat leader just got caught paying off a victim of sexual harassment.

The wives of Australian soldiers are horrified at the latest proposal from someone on the country’s defense forces website after they suggested that the government send prostitutes abroad to “comfort” Aussie soldiers.

At the Washington Post Ed Rogers opines that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has gone off the rails and that Mueller himself must answer some very important questions.

President Trump’s Jerusalem announcement wasn’t the world-ending catastrophe liberals worried it would be.

Even liberals are starting to understand that college really shouldn’t be for everyone.

A Washington Post writer has apologized to President Trump after posting a “phony” photo of his Pensacola rally.

Ambassador Nikki Haley isn’t 100% sure if US athletes will compete in the 2018 Olympics, but if we do they will be provided with the best security imaginable.

Five things that people invariably get wrong about one of the most reviled men in politics – Steve Bannon.

Mixing politics with the #MeToo movement will likely render the cultural shift moot – because it will just become another political football.

West Point has a sexual assault problem and it needs to be investigated.

Melania Trump and Karen Pence continue to earn their husbands new supporters wherever they go. 🇺🇸

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