News You Can Use for March 23, 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 Thursday, March 23, 2017.

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Yep. Donald Trump and his campaign team were “caught up” in surveillance by the federal government under the Obama administration. “Russiagate” will most certainly backfire on Democrats, who have poured out every effort to smear Trump without first having any evidence that he’d done something wrong.

Judge Neil Gorsuch is an “inspiring” choice for the Supreme Court.

I support Neil Gorsuch because in a world of increasingly shrill political rhetoric, he is a welcome voice of non-partisan reason, open mindedness and civility.

There are moments where it seems like instead of Judge Neil Gorsuch being interviewed by the Senate, he’s actually interviewing Senate Democrats to see if they’re intelligent enough to serve in Congress.

Awww… career government employees are worried that conservative news outlets may end up costing them their jobs.

Some Republicans on the Hill are getting tired of Defense Secretary Mattis hiring Obama veterans to serve in key defense positions.

A new report in Reuters says that North Korea has no fear of United States sanctions and they will continue to pursue nuclear arms.

President Trump had every member of his administration sign an ethics pledge, but somehow his first National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, never signed it.

Apparently, in today’s heated racial climate, white artists are not allowed to paint icons of black history.

IJR has a very interesting story about Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s path to Washington, D.C. “I didn’t want this job. I didn’t seek this job.”

The Democrats continue to dig their own grave, and the hole just keeps getting deeper.

What exactly is Ivanka Trump supposed to be complicit in? Why is it that Michele Obama and the Clinton women were “supportive,” but Ivanka is “complicit?”

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