News You Can Use for December 18, 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 Sunday, December 18, 2016.

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Five MAJOR problems with Facebook’s decision to attempt to limit “Fake News.”

Facebook has chosen a who’s who of liberal organizations to handle their fact-checking needs – what could go wrong?

Obamacare has been a complete failure and it’s time for us to end the experiment.

The coming war on Donald Trump’s chosen Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, is just plain foolish.

The Democrats newest scapegoat has a familiar face – say hello to the Cold War redux.

If you’re wondering why China’s decision to grab one of our undersea drones is such a big deal, Bloomberg has the rundown. Thankfully China has finally agreed to return the seized drone, but this could just be the start to more tension with China.

The Trump campaigns decision to do far more local media appearances than Hillary Clinton chose to do (Trump did a bunch, Clinton did NONE) may have been a deciding factor in how states like Ohio voted.

President Obama is attempting to thread the needle between opposing the GOP and keeping the lines of communication open with Donald Trump’s transition team.

IRS agents rented million-dollar townhomes, spent hundreds of nights in luxury hotels.

In Maine, a propane dealership is refusing to deliver gas to anyone who voted for Donald Trump. If you live in Maine, may I humbly suggest that you refuse to patronize Turner LP Gas, they don’t want your business if you voted GOP. By the way, I do believe that Turner LP Gas has the right to refuse business to whomever they want… but I also believe that consumers should have the right to refuse to give their hard-earned dollars to dummies.

So, did you go see the new anti-gun “blockbuster” from Hollywood? No? Don’t worry about it, nobody else went to see Ms. Sloane either.

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