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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, March 29, 2017.
Trending: Science is Settled
While President Trump has said that he would happily work with Democrats on advancing legislation, the Democrats see little upside in working with the President.
Looking back at the 2016 presidential election shows us that turnout was not what drove Clinton’s defeat.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has been attacking Trump, Rep. Devin Nunes, Senator Rand Paul, and any other Republican that gets in his way of late. McCain’s attacks on his own party have led Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) to excoriate the elderly Arizonan for acting like a McCarthyist.
“You know, I thought the old McCarthyism got kind of old,” Paul said. “Calling people communists, calling people friends of Russia, I thought that was so 1950s. I really thought we’re beyond that. I take it pretty seriously because when somebody in the Senate calls another senator basically a traitor to their country, you think that somebody ought to be rebuked for that?”
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) told the media not to worry — the GOP House would soon be revisiting the health care issue.
President Trump’s EPA Administrator has been taking fire from Democrats since he was nominated, but now he’s also earned the ire of conservatives.
Fightin’ Words! Former VP Dick Cheney said that Russia’s interference in our election could be viewed as “an act of war.” The VP should be careful about saying such things, particularly as the Obama administration has recently been discovered interfering in the internal politics of at least a handful of other nations.
Glenn Harlan Reynolds asks a very good question at USA Today: Why aren’t bills on infrastructure, tax reform and free speech lined up like planes on a runway?
Identity Politics – the Biological Fraud.
The USA must continue building on the Israeli peace effort.
Whatever President Trump does next, it has to be all about creating new jobs and seeing wages rise.