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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 Friday, December 29, 2017.
Pew’s year-end poll finds 17 very striking issues from 2017.
2017 was a very, very good year for the president. Not so much for his Democrat opposition.
As we move into 2018, the President finds himself living, rent-free within the minds of the unhinged “NeverTrump” movement.
CNN is having a lot of trouble reporting the news and if they don’t find a way to solve their problems soon… they’ll be living in 3rd place in the ratings.
A new tell-all book reveals the cruel, selfish, and bizarre behavior from one of the left’s favorite politicians – Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX).
According to a series of interviews conducted by the Daily Caller, former staff members of Lee’s said that the congresswoman’s knack for mistreating her employees borders on the psychotic. From making anyone from staff members to the Transportation Secretary wait for hours on end for her while she sits and watches television, or demanding her drivers run red lights and drive in the emergency lanes — causing at least one accident — Lee seems to believe she is above the law, above her colleagues, and above you and I.
This is unsurprising coming from the woman who once said “You don’t understand. I am a queen, and I demand to be treated like a queen.”
There is a sane way to understand the special counsel, Robert Mueller’s, probe into Russia’s 2016 election meddling.
Whatever happened to that big Trade War that was supposed to take place in 2017?
Don’t let New York’s falling crime rate fool you, there are warning signs a-plenty.