Democratic scapegoats and yesterday’s links

Even now, weeks after the election, Democrats are still searching for a reason why their champion was squashed by Donald Trump. They’re looking in every direction other than the two most obvious: failed messaging and Hillary Clinton.

Conservative News

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Christians who opposed Trump must open their minds to the sovereignty of God

What to know about the fiscal hawk Trump chose as budget director

McConnell asked Trump team not to appoint Zinke to head Interior: report

Trump picks Freedom Caucus co-founder Mick Mulvaney as Budget Director

Homeland Security Chief: No, the Russians didn’t hack the vote

Report: House intel chair ducked CIA calls

Greenfield: 5 lessons for Republicans from Trump’s win

Trump/Putin connection blown wide open as young Russian artist paints portrait of president-elect

Trump in Alabama: Outsourcing model “no longer works”

Without California, Trump would’ve won 1.4 million more popular votes than Clinton

Why the success of the Trump presidency depends on civil service reform

Being a liberal means never having to say you’re sorry

We must up our game to finally beat Islamic State

Not satire: Obama says Hillary not “treated fairly” by media

Dylann Roof: Is death too good for him?

Brian Molidor

Brian Molidor is Assistant Editor at The New Americana.

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