News You Can Use for February 12, 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, February 12, 2017.

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Judge Neil Gorsuch will make a wonderful Supreme Court Justice because he puts the law before politics.

The Democrat Party’s angry attacks on Betsy DeVos prove one thing… they’ve lost their minds (and hearts).

The British government has decided to drop their plans to have President Trump address parliament, and instead the president will visit when parliament is in recess. The hope is that they might limit the opportunities for embarrassment.

The UK’s House of Commons Speaker is facing a backlash from his own party after he chose to criticize President Trump. Some in Parliament are even calling for the Speaker to be ousted over the controversy.

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has chosen politics over good judicial practice and decided to ignore precedent. In doing so, they threaten our national security.

Trump’s detractors have a lot more in common with South Carolina in 1832 than they’d like to think.

If the Democrats seem to be “perking up” it has nothing do with winning political victories and more to do with their anti-Trump rage.

Speaking of President Trump, he recently promised that the cost of the Border Wall with Mexico would drop dramatically once he had the opportunity to negotiate to get the job done.

The Democrats have some major problems when it comes to immigration. Briefly: Democratic arguments about immigration mostly aren’t arguments. The party has relied on opposing Trump’s more outrageously exaggerated claims about the criminality and all-around character flaws of immigrants. That’s fine, as far as it goes — but as November showed, it doesn’t go far enough.

This is the right cure for our ailing economy.

President Trump’s choice for Labor Secretary, Andrew Puzder, loves burgers, bikinis, and the free market.

Now that Barack Obama is out of the White House, it seems that the media is far-less interested in being a part of the annual White House Correspondents Dinner. What a surprise.

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