News You Can Use for March 7, 2017

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The House GOP has finally released their version of repealing and replacing Obamacare… and it’s not great.

The timing of the government leaks against the Trump administration are all very suspicious…

The NYT piece alleging “wiretapped communications” involving Trump aides appeared on literally the eve of the inauguration, January 19th. The reports that Jeff Sessions had neglected to mention during his confirmation hearing that he’d met with the Russian ambassador appeared on the evening after Trump’s address to Congress, even though Sessions had given his testimony weeks before. Erickson notes that the FBI joined the CIA’s assessment that Russia had meddled in the campaign for the specific purpose of helping Trump three days before the electoral college voted, when the left was agitating for “faithless electors.”

Barack Obama’s politically active post-presidency is NOT normal, it’s not good, and it could be very damaging for our nation.

The Weekly Standards editorial board thinks that the best thing for everyone would be for the FBI Director James Comey to just lay his cards on the table and tell the American people everything he knows (with evidence) about possible wiretapping at Trump Tower.

As charges and leaks fly back and forth, as partisans maneuver in Congress and out, we see only one way out of this crisis: The truth. FBI Director Comey needs to say what happened and produce the relevant FISA warrants and requests, if there were any.

The Truth about Sweden is mostly bad.

Will someone please promise us that we are really, truly, finally finished with Hillary Clinton?

The Democrat Party has a coming Primary Problem in 2020.

Democrats are sitting on a system of presidential primary rules that make the party vulnerable to a contested convention, and it appears they’re not really discussing it.

Liberal College Professor Allison Stanger was hurt during the recent Middlebury College display of absolute intolerance against conservative/libertarian speaker Charles Murray, and the hatred she saw during the protest upset her terribly. But who does she blame for the hatred and violence? Trump and conservatives. Interestingly, the protesters didn’t actually seem to understand what it was that Murray actually believes… many of them came protesting eugenics without realizing that Murray does not support eugenics!

Gun sales have dropped since President Trump’s election.

5 Big fights where President Trump is backing down.

Sadly, the great Joe Rogers, who founded the Waffle House, has passed away.

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