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News You Can Use for December 15, 2017

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Trending: Get Ready: 2019 Will Be the Year of Gun Confiscation with Democrats in Power

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley delivered definitive proof to the world that Iran’s is directly intervening in military conflicts throughout the Middle East.

President Trump’s decision to move our embassy in Israel to Jerusalem was a good first step, but there is more work that needs to be done. The next step should be a decision to cut off financial support of Mahmoud Abbas and the PLO.

Democrats used to be enraptured with President Trump’s big infrastructure plans, but now that he’s on a big winning streak it seems that they’ve become more reticent about working with him.

Officials likely have their work cut out for them in wooing Democrats after a year of partisan bickering over nominations, health care and taxes.

New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) wants to pass a law that would restrict his citizens’ gun rights, but the law already exists.

The Democrats are on dangerous ground in their effort to win the upper hand on the sexual harassment issue. “By claiming the moral high ground, they need to take a hard line against any party member accused of misconduct. Republican voters are inclined to cut their elected officials some slack if they agree on the issues.” The only problem is that thus far, more Democrats have been swept up by scandal than Republicans.

President Trump should consider laying aside his Twitter handle for the time being and communicating with the American people in a more traditional method.

Meet the folks who Christmas Carol outside abortion facilities.

Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) wants the DoJ to do a better job explaining the anti-Trump commentary coming from the FBI.

In response to a recent article by some liberal, Townhall’s Kurt Schlichter has written a brilliant essay detailing 11 things every conservative should ask on a first date.

Yesterday, we told you about a brilliant article detailing conservative’s struggles in our recent elections. Today, another conservative columnist takes a whack at explaining the “Flight 93” problem for conservatives.

After months and months and months of “scandals,” I’m missing the good old days when the American people could actually be “scandalized” by something.

Is Doug Jones (D-AL) another Scott Brown (R-MA)?

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