News You Can Use for June 19, 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 Monday, June 19, 2017.

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Anonymously sourced stories are killing the country’s trust in the mainstream media and some journalism teachers argue that this is what happens when the media relies too heavily on anonymous sourcing.

The GOP simply cannot divorce itself from their embattled President Trump, it’s not an option.

Americans truly seem to loathe each other these days.

If the American people continue to drift further and further apart, it will be impossible for our elected officials to genuinely represent the extremism of those constituent opinions while also compromising to the extent necessary to enact bipartisan policy.

President Trump’s “Blue Voters” still support him, and the media can’t believe it.

Even Trump—dubious Republicans were very happy to see him correct Obama’s Cuba mistakes this past week.

Barack Obama’s approach to tyrants might have been described as “tough love,” except that there was never anything tough about it. He attempted to make nice with the mullahs in Tehran, giving them crates of cash in exchange for unenforceable promises about their nuclear program. But it was in his own hemisphere that he made the most gratuitous concessions. In late 2014, the Obama administration normalized relations with Cuba and lifted travel and economic restrictions to the island, some of which had been in place since the Kennedy administration. 

Rod Rosenstein may be planning to recuse himself from the Russia investigation, which means that special counsel Robert Mueller could be next.

Free speech is everyone’s right – even foolish leftists who want to say disturbing things.

Could the latest round of polls hold some warning signs for President Trump?

President Trump can escape the Progressive labyrinth that he currently finds himself captive in.

There is much hope that Secretary of Defense James Mattis will remain at the helm of the Department of Defense for a long time to come.

Philando Castile should not be dead and the officer who killed him, should not have gone scot-free.

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