News You Can Use for December 31, 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 Sunday, December 31, 2017.

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The 10 biggest achievements made by the Trump administration in 2017.

2017 is the year that the war in Iraq truly ended and the media didn’t even seem to notice.

The GOP has died. And now, the GOP is alive once again?

One Republican Party is dying, and another is being born. Donald Trump’s irresistible march to the White House in 2016 was just the beginning. Trump-like candidates, or at any rate anti-establishment Republicans… are on the rise.

The most embarrassing comparison (for liberals) between the Obama administration and the Trump administration may be expressed when studying the situation in Iran. Trump has taken the exact opposite approach from Obama, and offered his support to the Iranian dissidents.

Hillary Clinton’s server technician needs to be on the receiving end of the Mueller treatment asap.

The feminist left proved it cared little for women in 2017.

At every turn, events or people hailed as feminist successes, be it the Women’s March or women in Hollywood, fail to meet the litmus test and succeed in accomplishing what so many generations of women fought for before them.

Now modern feminists wield their gender like a weapon not to create equality but to demand entitlement, not to improve or increase all women’s rights, but only the rights of women with whom they align politically. That’s a lot of things — progressivism, political bias, tribalism — but it isn’t feminism.

It’s an unpopular thought in the media, but the reality is that President Trump is mostly right about the troubles at the FBI.

CNN’s Don Lemon proves his bias against Trump and his rabid defense of Democrats all in one televised collapse.

A group of Georgia Senators wants to destroy guns impounded by police, as opposed to selling them to make the government some money.

The military is about to begin accepting transgender recruits after appealing President Trump’s order to delay the move.

David Horowitz was right about Bill Kristol. 🇺🇸

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