Hollywood’s weird night and yesterday’s links

First, Hillary Clinton lost in a way that very few truly expected. Then, the Atlanta Falcons blew a 25-point 2nd-half lead. Now, the Oscars tried to award their biggest prize to someone who didn’t win. Strange times, folk. Strange times.

Krauthammer: Trump’s tax cuts may need to be reduced to cover military rebuilding (National Review)

George Bush criticizes Trump (Ace of Spades)

…No, George W. Bush did not criticize Trump (JD Rucker)

Senate confirms Wilbur Ross as commerce secretary (Susan Crabtree)

…21 Democrats crossed over to support him (RightScoop)

GOP state senator silenced for criticizing Communist sympathizer. Democrats quiet. (Aaron Bandler)

Remembering Trump’s anti-elitist brand (Peter Augustine Lawler)

Trump Navy secretary pick Philip Bilden withdraws from consideration (Kyle Feldscher)

Tom Cotton talks Trump and Russia on Meet the Press (Streiff)

Rick Santorum: “They can’t repeal and replace” (SooperMexican)

Churches offer hideouts, creating “underground” networks for illegal immigrants (Michael Qazvini)

Finally, school bathrooms are safe from the federal government (David Hogberg)

Life with dignity: How this Georgia family turned a tragic diagnosis into a call to action (Carly Hoilman)

Cultural Marxism is coming for our children (Susan Wright)

Are Iraq’s Christians coming home after ISIS? An update with Juliana Taimoorazy (Nate Madden)

Russian diplomats keep dying unexpectedly

Russian diplomats keep dying unexpectedly

…Deaths of Russian diplomats cannot be dismissed as conspiracy theory (JD Rucker)

…Trump Tweets the Russia talk is all “fake news” (SooperMexican)

Brian Molidor

Brian Molidor is Assistant Editor at The New Americana.

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