News You Can Use for March 31, 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 Friday, March 31, 2017.

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Trending: Science is Settled

This is a MUST READ: Circa does great work digging and explaining how Barack Obama’s rule changes have suddenly made it very easy for classified spy data to become political footballs.

As his presidency drew to a close, Barack Obama’s top aides routinely reviewed intelligence reports gleaned from the National Security Agency’s incidental intercepts of Americans abroad, taking advantage of rules their boss relaxed starting in 2011 to help the government better fight terrorism, espionage by foreign enemies and hacking threats, Circa has learned…

Dozens of times in 2016, those intelligence reports identified Americans who were directly intercepted talking to foreign sources or were the subject of conversations between two or more monitored foreign figures. Sometimes the Americans’ names were officially unmasked; other times they were so specifically described in the reports that their identities were readily discernible.

And in his final days in office, Obama created the largest ever expansion of access to non-minimized NSA intercepts, creating a path for all U.S. intelligence to gain access to unmasked reports by changes encoded in a Reagan-era Executive Order 12333.

The government officials who could request or approve an exception to unmask a U.S. citizen’s identity has grown substantially.

Make no mistake, Obamacare was designed to fail because the Democrats want single payer healthcare.

In their efforts to block Judge Neil Gorsuch from joining the Supreme Court, the Democrats have overplayed their hand. If the Democrats do choose to filibuster Judge Gorsuch, the GOP should NUKE them back to the Stone Age.

President Trump still has a very good opportunity at turning 2017 into a successful and productive year.

The Energy Department’s climate office will no longer use the phrase “climate change.”

President Trump’s cuts are proof that the Paris Treat is a paper tiger.

A group of protesters have banded together and raised more than $200K to purchase Congress’ web histories.

Even Democrat leaders in Maryland agree that the state will never be a “sanctuary state.”

Vanna White still regrets having her photos appear in a 1987 issue of Playboy Magazine.

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