News You Can Use for November 30, 2016

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Fidel Castro bet on the wrong economic horse, and now he’s died a complete and utter failure.

President Obama continues to shrug his shoulders at the crimes of Fidel Castro.

Over at Matt Welch explains the 4 different categories of Castro Apologetics and the anti-individualism that knits them together.

The Democrat Party has become a Party of “teeth-gnashers” and hypocrites.

The House GOP spent Tuesday morning defending the First Amendment from Donald Trump, who recently argued that he would make flag burning illegal.

The “Trump Effect” is already having a profound effect on world events as the fallout from Donald Trump’s election continues to shake things up.

The Trump transition team is putting together an unconventional cabinet for the next President.

The Trump team has announced that he has selected Elaine Chao, the wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and a former Secretary of Labor, to be his choice for Transportation Secretary.

Kellyanne Conway may have helped Donald Trump win the White House, but it seems that her time with the Trump team may soon be over.

No, the Democrats can’t (and probably don’t want to) quit “identity politics.” More minorities are buying guns in the wake of Donald Trump’s election victory. Let me be the first to say, “Welcome to the club.” NBC News says that minorities are buying more guns because they fear Donald Trump’s presidency – I’m fine with that, because it just makes gun ownership in America more prevalent, and that’s a good thing.

Republicans should stop saying that Trump “won in a landslide.” He didn’t, but he did win… and that is what is most important.

The anti-Semitic Jimmy Carter is still spewing his anti-Jewish rhetoric.

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