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News You Can Use for May 9, 2017

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The New York Times is the latest publication to explain why James Comey played little to no role in the presidential election. More on this from HotAir.

The latest global warming study is out and it had some shocking revelations for climate change alarmists… apparently, the earth hasn’t warmed AT ALL in more than 19 years!

The Democrats have decided to embrace irrelevance.

It is a challenge to understand why numerous members of the Democratic caucus, especially in the Senate, have adopted the potted plant tactic. While their voices would not dominate — they are the minority, after all — they could still affect the outcome of many policies.

The Richard Nixon revival has come to Washington, D.C. and today’s GOP looks more like the Party of Nixon than the Party of Reagan.

Meet the 43 people who may run against President Trump come 2020.

With no real argument to make, Democrat Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) resorts to lying about President Trump.

At the Wall Street Journal Holman Jenkins makes the case that the GOP healthcare bill is leading us to a day when Americans won’t overspend on medical care. The Democrat Party isn’t being honest about their criticism of the GOP healthcare plan, and it’s all about playing politics.

British grifters have taken on a major role in making a mess of American politics and news.

It’s odd but Americans have a strange fascination with the color of their food and what that color might mean about the “naturalness” of our food.

Chelsea Clinton explains how to be a boring and entitled liberal celebrity without really trying.

Macron’s victory is a hollow one, there are tough days ahead. 🇺🇸

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