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News You Can Use for December 28, 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 28, 2017.

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Trending: The NFL’s Grand Illusion is Null and Void, and Pats Fans Proved It

2017 can rightly be remembered as the year of media freakouts… over nothing. On a related note – check out this piece on the insufferable nostalgia of a lying press.

Not satire – Russia is accusing the United States of meddling and interfering in their upcoming election.

The GOP Tax Reform is NOTHING like Obamacare and the Democrats won’t win back Congress in 2018.

The time has come for us to fully defund the United Nations.

There’s no reason for us to continue cutting checks to prop up regimes that condemn us publicly for exercising the most basic standards of morality.

In fact, we’ve already started the process after cutting almost $300 Million from the UN earlier this week. According to Emily Larsen at the Western Journal, the cut hurts far more than we realize.

The U.S. contributed more than $10 billion in total to U.N. agencies in 2016, of which $6 billion was voluntary, according to the Council on Foreign Relations. U.N. contributions account for about 20 percent of U.S. foreign aid spending each year.

ISIS has lost 98% of its territory in Iraq and Syria since President Trump’s first day in office.

Isn’t it time that special counsel Robert Mueller’s witch-hunt came to an end?

Don’t look now but it seems that most of the United Kingdom’s voters would prefer that their government go through with Brexit ASAP. In fact, the support for “Remaining” in the European Union has fallen to just 39%.

Everyone seems to be noticing just how ugly and over-the-top Newsweek’s anti-Trump bias has become.

Since when do Democrats hate freedom so much?

Yuck. Gallup’s annual “most admired man” poll reveals that Barack Obama has won the title for the 10th year in a row. Obama took 17% of the vote, President Trump was 2nd with 14% of the vote, followed by Pope Francis, the Rev. Billy Graham and a host of others.

America has a history of bigmouth leaders.

Liberal law professor Alan Dershowitz says that his friends don’t invite him over for dinner anymore. Why? Because he’s defended President Trump against spurious legal attacks.

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