News You Can Use for January 15, 2018

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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 Monday, January 15, 2018.

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2017 was a year full of triumph for the GOP and they should be commended for their successes.

Andrew McCarthy at the National Review Online explains how the Russia Collusion farce came to be, and he also explains why it won’t go away.

How to win our very “Un” Civil war.

Red State Democrats spend all of their time posturing for donors instead of working for their voters.

President Trump’s foes have proven themselves to be as insane as they say he is. Even as they lose battle after battle, they continue to fall back into trenches of disgusting accusations and unsupported slander. They are as ugly and odious as their latest hero, Michael Wolff.

America was facing a difficult challenge on beginning to fix our arcane tax system and rather than kick the can down the road, President Trump answered the call and set off a wave of positive repercussions.

Are earmarks an inherently corrupt enterprise? Should Congress ignore the calls of those who want to restart the practice?

If you want to understand the realities of socialism than you need not look further than the pain and suffering in Venezuela.

Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is the leader of an elitist Democrat Party and she and her cronies spend most of their time dreaming up new ways to hurt the poor.

Facebook says it wants to stop handling the news. The truth is that they want to kill conservative media, and they’ve discovered the fastest way to get that done… kill conservative access to Facebook.

The President might be crude but his crudeness doesn’t make what he’s saying, wrong.

Comedian Aziz Ansari is the latest Hollywood hotshot to get caught up in a “sex scandal,” but could it just have been a bad date?

Could the SEIU be forced to refund millions in union dues this year?

Another company is responding to the Trump tax reform plan and bringing back $1 billion to Michigan’s auto industry.

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