News You Can Use for June 11, 2017

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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 Sunday, June 11, 2017.

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Liberal lawyer Jonathan Turley explains that Comey is the “real” bad guy in the Comey hearings.

While many were riveted by Comey’s discussion of his discomfort in meetings with President Trump, most seemed to miss the fact that Comey was describing his own conduct in strikingly unethical terms. The greatest irony is that Trump succeeded in baiting Comey to a degree that even Trump could not have imagined. After calling Comey a “showboat” and poor director, Comey proceeded to commit an unethical and unprofessional act in leaking damaging memos against Trump.

Why Trump Wins. The big question now is will special counsel Robert Mueller investigate the intelligence agencies that have been playing politics in an effort to undermine President Trump?

The mainstream media should just shut up and listen for a little while.

In many ways, the frenzy about Trump and Russia says a lot more about media hostility toward Trump than it does about Trump’s actions. The mainstream media has always exhibited rampant bias against right-of-center political figures. In the coverage of Trump, that bias has turned into all-out hysteria and insidious snickering.

During the Russia hearings, Democrats’ Trump-Hatred was on full display and was worthy of another deluded hater… namely Captain Ahab.

James Comey is just another false idol of the left and a legend in his own mind.

This hack’s ego is so overinflated it’s amazing his head could fit into the hearing room yesterday.

As he told the senators, the fired director of the FBI doesn’t want to be compared to “Captains Courageous,” after which he then modestly compared himself to St. Thomas a Becket — a martyred saint.

We can fix our economic mess with a simple and easy to accomplish plan.

The tyranny of the administrative state.

Government by unelected experts isn’t all that different from the ‘royal prerogative’ of 17th-century England, argues constitutional scholar Philip Hamburger.

Netanyahu and Abbas are on the same page for once…

Tech firms could do more to help stop the radical Muslim terrorists using their programs to spread their messages of hatred and violence.

ISIS is collapsing and their propaganda machine is dying.

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