News You Can Use for November 26, 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 Sunday, November 26, 2017.

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Don’t buy the liberal media/Democrat spin. The #1 goal of the GOP’s new tax plan is economic growth. And if the plan can stimulate economic growth, that means that every American will indeed benefit from the reforms.

 Newt Gingrich says that Trump’s historic impact on the federal court system will help our nation prosper for decades to come.

While the liberal media wasn’t paying attention, President Trump notched another MAJOR victory. China slashed their tariffs, just as President Trump has been demanding they do for years.

While Trump was conferring with Chinese President Xi Jinping, U.S. companies announced some $250 billion in deals with China — a clear sign China wants to open its markets even more.

A more recent example was China’s decision, announced on Thanksgiving, to slash import taxes on some 187 consumer goods. 

According to Breitbart’s John Nolte, the unproven allegations against Judge Roy Moore (R-AL) are not enough to disqualify him from holding office.

The Democrat Party has ZERO credibility when it comes to condemning Donald Trump (and other GOP politicians’) possible sexual escapades after they covered for the crimes of their own politicians for over two decades.

The Justice Department has a good case to make against the attempted merger of AT&T and Time Warner.

A former college professor is warning everyone who will listen that the “social justice warrior” mentality is taking over college campuses around the nation.

Sears is proof that a capitalism won’t allow a company to succeed on nostalgia alone. They have to be better than their competitors.

There is an important moral case to be made in support of developing the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in Alaska, and that is that doing so can lift the poorest in our society into better lives.

Are we witnessing the END of the NFL? Maybe.

The US Army has picked a new sniper rifle… the only thing is… it’s not really a “sniper” rifle.

Women serving in North Korea’s army have stopped menstruating and it’s got scientists around the world very worried.

“After six months to a year of service, we wouldn’t menstruate any more because of malnutrition and the stressful environment,” the former soldier, Lee So Yeon, told the BBC. “The female soldiers were saying that they are glad that they are not having periods. They were saying that they were glad because the situation is so bad if they were having periods too that would have been worse.”

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