News You Can Use for December 19, 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 19, 2017.

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Bureaucrats in D.C. are quietly doing everything they can to undermine and obstruct President Trump’s agenda.

President Trump argues that the GOP will win in the 2018 midterm elections and as proof he points to the fact that they’ve dominate House races this year.

So much for the Democrats taking the “moral high ground.” Leading Democrats are already encouraging Senator Al Franken (D-MN) to rescind his resignation and continue serving as Senator from Minnesota.

A new international study published by Canada’s Fraser Institute fins that California and New York are the two “least economically free” states in the nation. Sadly, thanks in large part to these leftist states, the United States has fallen from 4th freest economy in the world to 11th!

President Trump continues to call for Congressional action to stop “chain migration,” a costly loophole that allows a legal immigrant to bring in relatives even if they are unskilled and destined to go on welfare.

Five ways that President Trump’s new national security strategy is a rejection of Obama’s strategy.

A host of European leaders have offered support to President Trump and his policies, arguing that Europe needs to embrace similar policies.

During his recent speech to the FBI graduating class, President Trump called for greater police militarization.

One of Bill Clinton’s many victims, Juanita Broaddrick, expects NBC’s Andrea Mitchell to apologize for her attempts to “discredit” her.

Is President Trump breaking his promise to support and defend Christian refugees? It sure seems that way.

CNN’s Jake Tapper attacked Fox News for their “extremist rhetoric” while seeming to forget his own, extreme language.

Jennifer Rubin is supposedly the Washington Post’s “conservative” blogger… the only problem is she spends most of her time attacking conservatives, Republicans, and most of all, President Trump. She is the epitome of the Trump Derangement Syndrome sufferer in the national media.

If Trump likes something, Rubin doesn’t. If he does something, she opposes it. If his agenda flits into alignment with hers—as anyone’s is wont to do from time to time—she either ignores it, or finds a way to downplay it. The result is farcical and sad; a comprehensive and self-inflicted airbrushing of the mind. 

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