News You Can Use for December 23, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, December 23, 2017.

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America is getting greater every single day, and President Donald Trump is a big part of why things are getting greater.

The Democrats stink of weakness, defeat, lies, and corruption.

Armageddon, she called it.

That was Nancy Pelosi, the insane woman who is somehow in charge of the Democrats’ House caucus, speaking about the just-passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The bill would later pass in the House, largely on the same party lines it’s passed throughout the legislative process, due to procedural necessities, Wednesday. It now awaits President Trump’s signature.

But to Pelosi, who also described the bill as “theft,” because in the parlance of today’s Democrat Party the concept of private property is indistinguishable from theft, a bill which polled favorable by a 44-35 margin in a Morning Consult/POLITICO survey released Tuesday, is Armageddon.

We wouldn’t take Pelosi seriously, because it’s impossible to truly do so. After all, she’s completely crazy and it’s obvious to anyone who bothers to observe both the gibberish emanating from her lips and the unstable body language surrounding it. Except that the unhinged sentiments she offered as a reaction to the passage of a bill which will provide a tax cut to 80 percent of the American public aren’t just hers. They belong to the entire Democratic Party.

Would you believe it? There are still a whole slew of Democrats who are whining about and crying for impeachment.

Did President Obama read the fallacious “Steele Dossier” (on Trump) last August in the White House?

The Democrats are being “Drama Queens” because criticism of special counsel Robert Mueller is fair, and in no way is it a threat to the rule of law.

Gun registration doesn’t impact criminals for one very simple reason.

The Trump administration understands that liberals have been waging a war on words for decades and now they’re taking the fight right back at them.

Russian hackers have been about their dirty business for years, long before they were ever linked to the DNC or Hillary Clinton.

Another liberal activist has been caught up in the wave of sexual harassment and abuse allegations

Learning the Christmas lesson from the raging wildfires in California.

Can we bridge the partisan divide? 🇺🇸

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