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Today’s Rebellion News – December 19th 2017

Posted by Editor in Chief
December 19th, 2017

How Congress paid out more than $700K to settle complaints against lawmakers
(Washington Times – Stephen Dinan)
*Lead Story*

Media, Academia Freak After Trump Removed Climate Change As a National Security Threat
(Townhall – Cortney O’Brien)
*Must Read*

Trump Accuser Lobbied To Be His Makeup Artist Months Before Her Allegations Hit Campaign
(Daily Wire – James Barrett)

7 Amazing Facts About Trump’s Economy Media Don’t Want You to Know
(Breitbart – John Nolte)

New York Times claims Obama only told 18 falsehoods during his whole presidency. Here are 18 he told in selling Obamacare in 2009 alone
(Washington Examiner – Philip Klein)

Dershowitz Uses Sports Analogy to Explain How Trump Team Is ‘Playing’ Mueller
(CNS News – Susan Jones)

Japan approves purchase of US missile defense system to protect from North Korea
(The Hill – Rebecca Kheel)

Nets Cover for Obama, Omit ‘Sabotage’ of Anti-Terror Efforts for Iran Deal
(NewsBusters – Nicholas Fondacaro)

Another Politicized Curriculum Revision Means College Board Needs Some Competitors
(The Federalist – Jane Robbins and Emmett McGroarty)

The End of Free Speech
(Reason – Katherine Mangu-Ward)

Antifa making the jump to attacking pipelines?
(Hot Air – Jazz Shaw)

Senate Democrats ‘Slander’ Hillsdale College in Attacking ‘Hillsdale Exemption’ in Tax Reform
(PJ Media – Tyler O’Neil)

Cotton Applauds Trump’s National Security Strategy: It Is a ‘Clear-Eyed Assessment of the Threats We Face’
(Washington Free Beacon – Cameron Cawthorne)

Renewable Fuels Standard Creates More Problems Than It Solves
(Inside Sources – Isaac Orr)

REPORT: Fed Agency Committed ‘Militaristic’ Operation Against Nevada Rancher
(Daily Caller – Tim Pearce)

No, Salon, the U.S. Was Not ‘Founded on Gun Control’
(National Review – Charles C. W. Cooke)

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