News You Can Use for January 14, 2016

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The latest Quinnipiac Poll of Americans show that more than 65% of us want all or some of Obamacare completely repealed.

The Trump dossier is 100% fake and here are a handful of reasons why. The efforts to paint Trump as a Russian stooge are actually (likely) a Russian strategy to disrupt American politics and our trust in government for years to come.

By choosing to publish the Trump dossier, Buzzfeed has just done Donald Trump an enormous favor.

BuzzFeed’s reporting did him a huge favor. The reason for that is simple: The contents of the dossier were so obviously suspect that they called the veracity of the entire account into question. What reasonable intelligence official would have taken this transparent pulp to the president of the United States without a shred of verification to back it up? None would have, it was virtually obvious from the document’s face.

Imagine if BuzzFeed’s story had never been printed. CNN’s allegation that Russians had unspecified compromising information of both a “personal” and “financial” nature would have been left hanging in the air. And it would have been believable by a large number of people.

The head of the Office of Government Ethics could be in hot water after choosing to make ethical evaluations without conducting any investigation.

“He seems to be acting prematurely at best, without doing investigations or thorough looks,” Chaffetz said in an interview. “He’s rendering opinions publicly that really cause you to scratch your head. We need the Office of Government Ethics to act ethically. Ironically, that’s not what they’re doing.”

In Europe you could be found guilty of a “hate crime” for believing that homosexuality is sin, but someone burns down a Jewish Synagogue…. and the court says it’s NOT a “hate crime.”

Who is the “most trusted name in news”? Megyn Kelly is, and it’s not even close.

The U.S. mint’s 225th anniversary $100 coil was recently unveiled, and for the first time ever Lady Liberty will be depicted as a black woman.

If Congress chooses to shoot down Donald Trump’s cabinet picks they could find themselves being forced to approve inferior candidates.

Governor John Kasich (R-OH) is working hard to save Obamacare in Ohio. And he wonders why Republican voters didn’t support him during the presidential primary…

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