News You Can Use for December 12, 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 Tuesday, December 12, 2017.

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Isn’t every American getting sick and tired of mainstream reporters/journalists making HUGE mistakes and then trying to get away with it simply by saying “We regret the error”?

Middle and Lower class families across America can expect a tax cut this coming year, thanks mostly to the work being done by President Trump and the Republicans in Congress.

There is one big flaw in the Senate tax bill and it was point out by tax reform supporters Larry Kudlow and Stephen Moore.

A quirk in the Senate-passed bill, the tax on capital gains may go up — and for some types of long-held assets, fairly substantially.

Most members of Congress don’t even know of this stealth capital-gains hike.

Hopefully, the GOP will get the flaw fixed and soon!

ISIS has been eradicated in Iraq and is on the brink of annihilation in Syria. This is a tremendous turn-around from their sudden rise to power under President Obama. So, what’s changed? President Trump’s leadership and his willingness to let his military do its job.

Many opponents of President Trump’s foreign policy like to criticize him based upon how others might react to his policies. Liberal Alan Dershowitz takes them to task and argues that violence in the Middle East should not determine President Trump’s foreign policy.

In fact, many experts predicted calamity after Trump announced our embassy’s move to Jerusalem… instead, we got business as usual.

The Democrats are actually begging Alabama to vote for Doug Jones by telling them “not to embarrass themselves.”

Bloomberg explains how Steve Bannon saved Roy Moore’s campaign from an impossible situation.

The most interesting name missing from all of the Russia probe fiasco? Steve Bannon.

The Miami Herald finally notices that Obamacare has made more Americans worse-off because it has caused all of our premiums to sore.

Obama’s intelligence leaders are finally starting to realize that they may have been hurting the nation by becoming overtly political. How did these guys rise to the top of their field without being smart enough to understand that their actions would have repercussions?

Jake Tapper provides a perfect example of how one should handle saying “Merry Christmas.” 🇺🇸

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