Betsy DeVos

News You Can Use for September 10, 2017

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The “deal” the President just brokered with the Democrats on the debt ceiling was no “deal,” it was a gift to the left.

The word “deal” has a definition. It implies mutual benefit and reciprocity as a result of a negotiation. The arrangement to which Donald Trump agreed with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday was no deal because there was no negotiation

Betsy Devos’ recent announcement about the decision to undue the Obama administrations ugly draconian campus sexual assault policies means that we may soon be returning a bit of sanity back to college campuses. The “real importance comes in DeVos’s ability to shift dramatically the tone of how the federal government has responded to the issue of campus sexual assault—emphasizing fairness, nuance, and due process over her predecessors’ extremist vision of the rights of the accuser.”

Even if you believe that the Dreamers should be allowed to stay, you should still find Obama’s DACA rule disgusting.

Did Donald Trump just restore the Republic with his decision to rescind DACA?

Trump’s DACA decision is not the wonderful thing it seems. To understand the truth, just look at what he said immediately afterward.

Senator Robert Menendez’s (D-NJ) trial is reminding a lot of folks in New Jersey of the trial that made Menendez famous. Back in 1982 the man being prosecuted for corruption in 2017, was a witness in the corruption trial of his mentor, Democrat bigwig Billy Musto.

Democrats are worried that their leaders seem to be fine working with Trump and are wondering if they shouldn’t stop.

Comedian/actor Michael Ian Black freaks out and rants and raves about the “Party that Doesn’t believe in Science.”

CBS lies through their teeth about Cuba’s Hurricane Irma preparedness.

Seriously, Equifax?

Florida, the Paradise that should never have been.

Journalist, Heal Thyself!

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