News You Can Use for May 16, 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 Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

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The impotence of the “anti-Trump” ruling class and their ongoing efforts to undermine his administration.

President Trump proves himself to be an “outsider” by firing the insulate FBI Director James Comey and driving the “insiders” crazy.

Silly liberals, our democracy is fine, the republic is safe and while you were whining about Comey you missed the Trump administrations completely compelling case to fire the terrible FBI Director.

We should all be saying “good riddance” to James Comey who proved himself to be a bad choice for FBI Director and a craven political figure who “enabled” the Obama administration’s malfeasance.

The 2018 election season is heating up (yes, already) and RCP has released a really nifty interactive tool to predict what will happen in the Senate.

Meanwhile, the House GOP is also doing its best to prepare for the upcoming midterm elections in their efforts to hold onto a majority in both chambers of Congress.

Democrats are already decrying president Trump’s decision to establish an election integrity commission which does nothing more than investigate the veracity of voter fraud claims and attempt to make sure our elections are free of fraud. So what are Democrats so scared of?

The GOP has gotten a good start on healthcare reform, but the work is far from finished and they have a lot to repeal if they want to save American healthcare from socialism.

Roger L. Simon writes that we should give the Democrats their Special Prosecutor for the Russia hubbub, but then we should also get Special Prosecutors for the various Obama era scandals that Democrats swept under the rug.

Liberals are angry with the winner of the Miss USA pageant because she didn’t toe their line on healthcare or feminism.

The Fox News collapse is hurting more and more people as it continues.

Ann Coulter is starting to worry that “Never Trumpers” were right about the President all along.

ESPN is making major changes to their flagship show, Sportscenter.

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