News You Can Use for January 31, 2016

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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 Tuesday, January 31, 2016.

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CNN got caught lying to Donald Trump about their Inauguration Day ratings.

Two brilliant conservative legal minds, John Yoo and Saikrishna Prakash, have some important thoughts on President Trump’s upcoming nomination for the Supreme Court.

The president should probe his candidates — and apply litmus tests. He and his aides should ask potential nominees to declare themselves on Roe vs. Wade, Citizens’ United (which struck down limits on campaign contributions as a violation of free speech) and McDonald vs.Chicago (which upheld an individual right to own firearms).

The answers will reveal the nominees’ theories of constitutional interpretation, their willingness to invent constitutional rights, and their understanding of the judiciary’s role in our government. To keep his campaign promises, Trump must demand that his judges interpret the Constitution in accordance with original meaning, its historical context and the logic of its structure.

The hypocrites outraged at Trump for blocking refugees from the Middle East had no problem with Obama blocking refugees from Cuba or Haiti.

Donald Trump just signed another executive order, this time slashing regulations.

A conservative answers 20 questions that liberals often ask.

Democrat Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is begging her colleagues to STOP “arming terrorists.”

Mikhail Gorbachev is worried that the world seems to be preparing for war.

Folks, you’re afraid of government power… not Donald Trump.

Pastor Kevin Aldridge argues that we shouldn’t be upset with Donald Trump… we’re the real problem.

Disgraced wunderkind Martin Shkreli is angry that his friends have abandoned him, so he’s airing all of their dirty laundry at a new website.

For libertarians, Donald Trump is the “perfect” President… and not in a good way.

How should Christians respond to the refugee crisis?

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