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News You Can Use for June 13, 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 Tuesday, June 13, 2017.

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While Democrats might not like to admit it – President Trump is WINNING on trade.

On trade, Trump is succeeding where other presidents have failed.  He has made protecting American jobs, and preserving our economic sovereignty, priorities for the first time in decades. No wonder the liberal media would rather talk about something else.

Is special counsel Robert Mueller facing a conflict of interest in his ongoing probe into Russia’s role in the 2016 elections?

There is a clear battle plan for the Trump administration when it comes to fighting back against an aggressively partisan media.

F.H. Buckley thinks it may well be time for former FBI Director Comey to face criminal prosecution.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s anti-Trump climate alliance is crumbling.

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) believes that the American people should be forced to bow to his secular “gods”.

The Sanders comments at the Budget Committee hearing are a snapshot of the totalitarian left’s view of the rest of America: Bow to our secular gods or else. Embrace moral relativism or else. Your acceptability depends on how closely you cleave to the Left’s pet views on a range of topics. The exception appears to be how they treat Islam. Can you picture Mr. Sanders asking a Muslim nominee, “Do you believe that people who reject Allah are ‘infidels’?” Don’t hold your breath.

Liberals are mad at a longtime Washington, D.C. lawyer (and fellow liberal) who is now working as the Trump family’s personal lawyer.

Never-Trumpers are still waiting for the Trump-caused apocalypse.

A small town newspaper recounts how the big time media corporations mocked them for endorsing Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.

I’m still astounded that our brief endorsement of Trump garnered such attention. In the end, Trump won the state by a solid eight-point margin. Consider the fact that Trump won the popular vote in 30 states, but in most of those states not a single newspaper endorsed him. Could there be better evidence of the gulf that exists between what is called the “mainstream media” and millions of Americans?

The soft bigotry of Denver’s decision to allow public urination and defecation. 🇺🇸

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