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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, March 21, 2017.
Five federal judges explain why President Trump’s immigration order is legal and constitutional.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair finally admits that he had no idea how many migrants would come to the United Kingdom after the European Union expanded.
Is President Trump the “new” Teddy Roosevelt?
Hollywood is addicted to politics – It’s the new cocaine, class warfare the new progressivism.
The Diplomat argues that Pakistan is at war with atheism, but the more accurate story is that Islam in Pakistan is at war with anything that isn’t Muslim.
Sadly, Raqqa likely won’t be the end of the road for ISIS.
Judge Neil Gorsuch is the perfect example of a conscientious and thoughtful conservative jurist.
Senator Chuck Schumer is DEAD WRONG about Judge Gorsuch.
Schumer’s approach is a blueprint for injustice: It suggests that a judge should approach a new case thinking, “Gee, I’m at 49% siding with employees — I think I’ll decide this one against the employer to even out my average to 50-50.” A judge like that would be unfit for the bench, and even Schumer would surely vote against him.
There’s a more accurate way of determining a judge’s judicial philosophy than simple number-crunching: Read the judge’s judicial opinions. Schumer knows this too; it just doesn’t serve his objective of being a vocal critic of President Trump’s appointment.
The Democrat Party still hasn’t faced their “faith” problem.
China is being aggressive in their attempts to wipe out toilet paper theft in their public parks. Citizens at the park will now be forced to undergo facial recognition before receiving their allotted amount of TP.