News You Can Use for December 31, 2016

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The Obama administration is scrambling to extricate themselves from the mess they made helping to condemn Israel earlier this week with their ridiculous U.N. resolution.

One veteran foreign policy insider and former government official who requested anonymity in order to speak freely described senior Obama administration officials as “lying sacks of shit” who routinely feed the press disinformation…

“The administration got caught red handed, and now they’re talking out of both sides of their mouth,” said the source, who was not authorized to speak on record. “First they claimed the resolution was simply not objectionable. Now they say it will actually help advance peace. These denials only look more ridiculous with each passing day as new evidence surfaces that the White House was behind this anti-Israel resolution.”

Meanwhile, the UK and Australia are now both condemning John Kerry for his attacks on Israel and her government.

The fake “Fake News” epidemic that had the mainstream media in an uproar after Donald Trump’s surprise election victory has proven to be a bigger problem on the left than it is on the right.

As Donald Trump comes into the White House he has the opportunity to end Washington D.C.’s biggest budget gimmick.

Minnesota may be the next Blue State to go Red, and it could happen soon.

Don’t Abolish the Electoral College, Abolish the Popular Vote.

No America, the election was not “hacked.”

D’oh, this doesn’t help. Arizona Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) recently argued that if Russia did hack the DNC and the Clinton campaign… it was actually a “public service.”

Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Mitch McConnell (R-KY) are preparing to do battle over Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominations.

Cinnabon has nothing to apologize for in regards to their Carrie Fisher tweet; humor is a healthy way to grieve.

Now this is driving – this Uber driver hit 236 green lights in a row.

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