News You Can Use for January 12, 2016

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Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson faced some tough questions during his confirmation on Wednesday morning.

But there are many other difficult questions that he still needs to answer, particularly when it comes to the defense of religious freedom.

By the way, Donald Trump himself also believes that Russia was behind some of the hacking that took place over the last couple of years.

The Trump transition team has just announced that David Shulkin will be nominated to be the next Secretary of the VA, a decision which has many folks scratching their heads.

Observers can already see President-elect Trump laying the groundwork for his 2020 reelection campaign. One sign? Trump plans to keep his campaign office in New York open and fully staffed.

Yesterday we mentioned that the Democrat Party was once again suddenly interested in the deficit, after ignoring it for the last eight years. Today, we should mention that the GOP’s many worries about the debt and the deficit seem to have evaporated. The truth seems to be that hypocrites populate both parties.

If we want to fix the problems and dangers facing our nation in 2017 it means that we’ll have to stop living in our small political, cultural, and geographic bubbles.

Obama’s true legacy is disappointment… and Donald Trump.

President Obama is hoping to join the elite Woodmont Country Club in Maryland, but it seems that many of its Jewish members would rather exclude him because of his anti-Israel policies.

MTV is apparently populated with virulently racist anti-racists.

A former Hollywood agent just ripped Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe performance, and it was awesome.

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