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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, January 1, 2016.
This may be hard to believe, but 2016 was the best year for Republicans in at least a generation, and 2017 is shaping up to be even better.
Even the Rolling Stone is starting to notice that something about the Russia story really stinks. Could the media be falling for another “dubious intelligence assessment?”
It seems that Germany’s Chancellor, Angela Merkel, is finally starting to realize that Muslim terrorism is the biggest threat her nation currently faces. Weird how she’s suddenly having this realization now that she is facing her toughest election yet.
When it comes to betraying friends, John Kerry has had a lot of practice.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is proving to once again be the Democrats most “useful idiot.” The VERY senior Senator from Arizona has scheduled a hearing into the possibility of a Russian hack for this coming week. The media will surely have a field day with this.
Also, can we just stop the nonsense? No, the election wasn’t hacked and the media needs to stop saying that it was.
Once again pollsters are trying to figure out how it is that they got the state races so wrong.
Liberal Democrat Alan Dershowitz promises to leave the Democrat Party if they choose the anti-Semitic Keith Ellison to lead the party.
“If they now appoint Keith Ellison, who worked with Farrakhan, to be chairman of the DNC, you’re going to see a lot of people leave. I’m going to tell you right here on this show, and this is news – if they appoint Keith Ellison to be chairman of the Democratic Party, I will resign my membership to the Democratic Party after 50 years of being a loyal Democrat.”
There are some really old Senators up for reelection in 2018; which ones will retire?
The season of liberal panic.