News You Can Use for May 14, 2017

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The American left is talking itself into acting out violently.

The expert who stopped a massive cyber attack says that the hackers will simply change the code and try again.l

After years of hoping and praying – conservatives can finally cheer as the federal governments involvement in education begins to shrink back. President Trump and Education Secretary DeVos should be praised for pulling back on the governments reins of control.

There is one major negative to Trump’s decision to fire James Comey – that ridiculous, trumped-up Russia investigation will now continue to be dragged out. Comey was the only hope for a quick resolution to that debacle.

The Comey firing aftermath is exactly why Americans no longer trust, nor pay attention to, the hysterical leftwing media and their constant fear that the sky is falling.

The Washington Times has more on the “frenzied” media response to the Comey firing and its affects on the nation.

The reaction of the Democrats, the media and scattered pathetic “Never Trump” Republicans to the firing of FBI Director James B. Comey has been priceless and actually has nothing to do with Mr. Comey, or any investigation he was leading.

The baying at the moon and wringing of hands over a supposed Trump cover-up or treason and Russia (of course) is drama of a sort that even Shakespeare would admire.

While the President was well within his rights to can FBI Director Comey, he probably should have done it better.

In the wake of the Comey firing, President Trump is considering a big shake-up of his press team.

Sean Spicer may be the most high-profile change the President makes, as the Press Secretary is rumored to be hanging on by a thread. Fox News’ Andrea Tantaros is the rumored replacement that the President is considering.

Nationwide injunctions are wrong. One unelected judge shouldn’t be able to make, or contravene, laws that apply across the nation.

The FBI is telling Hollywood hacking victims to just pay the ransom.

Check out the amazing dinosaur miners found in Canada. 🇺🇸

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