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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 Friday, January 12, 2018.
“Earmarks” are making a comeback and some conservatives are praising the possibility of regaining power to redirect funding.
Now that Steve Bannon is gone the leftwing media wonders how conservative media will carry on?
The 25th Amendment doesn’t apply to President Trump, no matter what he tweets, or how outrageous you think he is.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio just made it harder for a conservative Republican who supports the Trump agenda to win the Senate seat once Jeff Flake (R-AZ) leaves office.
Facebook has been quietly killing conservative websites for years, now they’re doing it out in the open.
Missouri’s newly-minted Republican Governor, Eric Greitens, has just had a very public, very ugly reveal of his sordid marital past. The Missouri Governor apparently had an affair and enjoys light bondage.
In California, a Democrat is facing recall after being the face of the recent (and very unpopular) gas tax hike. Here’s the problem – if Californians really wanted to stop tax hikes, they should probably stop electing Democrats.
Over at the National Review David French asks a very important and interesting question – What If American Life Expectancy Declined Again and the Elite Cared More About Trump’s Tweets?
10 Big takeaways from Fusion GPS’ founder Glenn Simpson’s testimony before Congress.
Berkeley is collapsing in upon itself, and it’s a failure that’s been many years in the making.