EasyD and yesterday’s links

Okay, so the fun made of Donald Trump about his “EASY D” Tweet might not have been the biggest news over the last few days, but let’s face it. We’ve had plenty of “big” news to deal with lately. Why not have a little fun?

Room for cautious optimism on Trump’s Israel policy (Dror Eydar)

Palestinian prime minister calls to give Nobel Peace Prize to a terrorist leader (Elder of Ziyon)

5 big reasons Israel is a (mini) military superpower (Robert Farley)

What is the Muslim Brotherhood? (Thomas Quiggin)

Why not replace Dodd-Frank with Glass-Steagall? (Tho Bishop)

Intel to invest $7 billion in factory in Arizona, employ 3,000 (Anita Balakrishnan)

Earmarks are the Freddy Krueger of D.C. (Michael Tanner)

U.S. to sell 10M barrels of oil from strategic petroleum reserve in February (Tyler Durden)

The racist roots of minimum wage laws (Walter E. Williams)

Californians foot $25k per month bill for 40 hours of Eric Holder’s anti-Trump time (Frieda Powers)

Hillary’s “future is female” femme-a-gaguery (Michelle Malkin)

Cruz calls Democrats ‘party of the Ku Klux Klan’ (Kaitlyn Schallhorn)

Mother Jones proves Keith Ellison lying about his Farrakhan history (William A. Jacobson)

Important lessons in the outrageous response to Betsy DeVos (David French)

Three states may become sanctuary states (Dave Blount)


Conservatives push to separate Obamacare’s repeal from replacement (Melissa Quinn)


Missouri bill would ban state support and enforcement of federal gun control “past, present, and future” (Mike Maharrey)


Trump supporter Matt Drudge now says Republicans ‘should be sued for fraud’ (Jon Street)

Room for cautious optimism on Trump’s Israel policy (Dror Eydar)

Palestinian prime minister calls to give Nobel Peace Prize to a terrorist leader (Elder of Ziyon)

5 big reasons Israel is a (mini) military superpower (Robert Farley)

What is the Muslim Brotherhood? (Thomas Quiggin)

Why not replace Dodd-Frank with Glass-Steagall? (Tho Bishop)

Intel to invest $7 billion in factory in Arizona, employ 3,000 (Anita Balakrishnan)

Earmarks are the Freddy Krueger of D.C. (Michael Tanner)

U.S. to sell 10M barrels of oil from strategic petroleum reserve in February (Tyler Durden)

The racist roots of minimum wage laws (Walter E. Williams)

What Ruth Bader Ginsburg gets wrong about the electoral college (Jarrett Stepman)


How to cut the federal bureaucracy (Harold Pease)


More blatant CNN bias on “Trumponomics” (James Powers)


Scott making Vermont a sanctuary for illegals as GOP elsewhere sides with Trump (Emma Lamberton)


Chaffetz moves to kill assisted suicide law in DC (Jonah Bennett)

Abortion provider: ‘A fetus is not a person; it’s a human entity’ (Kate Scanlon)

Pennsylvania Senate votes to ban dismemberment abortions tearing babies limb from limb (Micaiah Bilger)

Christian allies assisting Israel’s Jewish Holocaust survivors (Michele Chabin)

5 things you need to know about the insanely huge protests in Romania (Stephanie Parker)

Brian Molidor

Brian Molidor is Assistant Editor at The New Americana.

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