News You Can Use for December 7, 2016

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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 Wednesday, December 7, 2016.

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Just DUMB. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest argued that WWII Veterans need to get over their “bitterness” about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor!

Here it comes – the House of Representatives is about to vote on impeaching IRS Commissioner John Koskinen!

We should all be VERY thankful for the Electoral College (EC). If the EC didn’t exist, California could impose imperial rule upon the rest of the nation.

The Week wonders why all Democrat political operatives seem to be “soulless hacks”!

Democratic hacks today have a poor understanding of how to think clearly about their party’s best interests. Too often, they confuse being monstrous with political savvy, and fail to see the harm their constant pursuit of big-dollar donors does to their political cause.

The GOP cannot allow the Democrat Party to define the debate about Obamacare.

A recent study PROVES that Hillary Clinton voters were “holding their noses” just as much as Donald Trump’s voters were.

Liberal journos are mad at the NY Times public editor for daring to criticize them from putting politics before reporting.

It’s time to bid the Clintons a fond farewell – they’ve done enough damage to our nation and our political discours, and everyone should be happy to see them go.

Populism is gathering steam around the planet – thanks in large part to inept, and foolish politicians like Nancy Pelosi.

Is the system broken?

Disgusting! The UN Human Rights Council just had a moment of silence in honor of… Fidel Castro.

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