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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, July 17, 2017.
Never Forget: A look back at the “journ-o-list” scandal that proved the corrupt media was in bed with the Democrat left.
Former Bush Attorney John Yoo explains why the uproar over Donald Trump Jr. is much ado about nothing.
In the Sunday Philly Inquirer, David Marston and I argue that Donald Trump Jr. is guilty — of stupidity, but nothing worse yet. Claims of treason are completely off the mark. A meeting with a Russian cannot constitute the act of levying war, nor is the US in a state of hostilities with Russia (which would have to exist for his acts to be giving aid and comfort to an enemy). Critics who think sharing information constitutes a campaign contribution in violation of federal election laws would eviscerate the First Amendment.
The overpopulation alarmists are at it again…. But they’re still wrong, about everything.
So… NBC reporter Andrea Mitchell thinks that WWII happened 100 years ago.
The GOP may have lost Joe Scarborough but at least we gained Kid Rock!
Why do the Democrats refuse to do the math when it comes to voter fraud?
This fuzzy math sums up Democrats’ orthodoxy on vote fraud: As the bulletproof evidence of fraud adds up, they still claim, “There’s nothing to see here.” Not even these hard numbers, based on verified vote-fraud cases, move their acceptance of this reality into the realm of positive integers.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson is going to war against the Neocons.
In 2016, “the reigning Republican foreign-policy view—you can call it neoconservatism, or interventionism, or whatever you want to call it” was rejected, he explained in a wide-ranging interview with the National Interest Friday.
“But I don’t like the term ‘neoconservatism,’” he says, “because I don’t even know what it means. I think it describes the people rather than their ideas, which is what I’m interested in. And to be perfectly honest . . . I have a lot of friends who have been described as neocons, people I really love, sincerely. And they are offended by it. So I don’t use it,” Carlson said.
Charles Krauthammer has joined the Democrat chorus of fear mongering on the bogus collusion story.
The Democrats have orchestrated a “de-facto” government shutdown.