News You Can Use for December 21, 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 Thursday, December 21, 2017.

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In the battle to cut our taxes, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) may have delivered the most powerful speech possible when he excoriated the Democrats for hating Trump so much that they would willingly hurt their own constituents.

Meanwhile, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) sank to a new low when he successfully (and vindictively) cut funding to a college that serves poor students who couldn’t otherwise afford college.

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Leftwing lawyer Alan Dershowitz has some harsh truth for his fellow liberals – the Jerusalem conflict is all Barack Obama’s fault.

While most of the media’s coverage of the first year of Trump’s presidency has been negative, the reality is that things “aren’t that bad.” In fact, life in Trump’s America is pretty darn good.

The Democrats have been losing a lot lately and the immediate future doesn’t look bright for them, particularly in their fight to stop the GOP’s court confirmations.

There is still reason for the GOP to be very worried about the coming midterm elections, and the most recent polls explain it all.

But President Trump isn’t thinking about the midterms just yet… he’s still gloating about getting tax reform done and getting the individual mandate of Obamacare repealed.

Politico thinks it has figured out the best way for the Democrats to defeat Trump in the next Presidential election. What would they have to do? Run a “generic” candidate instead of the far-left whackjobs we’ve become used to.

A congressional race in Virginia is literally tied and will be decided by casting lots. Seriously.

So, who gets to punch the Nazi-punchers?

Radical Muslims in Nigeria continue to terrorize Christian communities that don’t seem to wish any violence on their Islamic tormentors.

If you haven’t been paying attention, apparently we’ve reached a point in America’s sexual revolution where “yes” can mean “no” and “no” can mean “yes” but you can’t ever really be sure if “yes” actually means “yes.”

Disney should listen to the critics and attempt to fix the flaws in the latest batch of Star Wars films. 🇺🇸

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