New Year’s Resolutions for Others to Break

We all make New Year’s resolutions and typically break them by the time the ball drops on Times Square.

With the same good intentions and low expectations of success, this year we’ve decided to suggest New Year’s resolutions we want others to follow. Some of our suggestions below may be carried out by the stated parties, but others have no chance of even being considered. They should be though, and that’s why we’ve included them. 2017

President Obama: Resolve to golf daily. It seemed as though President Obama was always golfing when there was work to be done. Now, when he should be out golfing, he’s busy working on his legacy.

And what a legacy it will be! The economy failed to achieve 3% growth during any year in which he was president, which is a first. The federal debt doubled, Russia and China have filled the void left by leading from behind, and Iran and North Korea have moved closer to becoming nuclear powers.

He’s ignored Congress, using executive orders to break all records for new regulations. But he hasn’t ignored the world’s dictators, having lifted sanctions on Cuba and Iran, two of the world’s most repressive regimes.

And now, post-election, he’s shown his disdain for Israel by abstaining from a United Nations vote and “allowing a nasty and harmful anti-Israel resolution to pass the United Nations Security Council,” The Weekly Standard reported. The resolution says Israeli settlements in occupied territory have no legal validity and are a violation of international law.

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Real News about Fake News

Don’t laugh, but the same journalists who have been writing about our booming economy, our amazing progress against ISIS (make that ISIL), Hillary’s dedication to her country and the coming end of the world due to climate change are now claiming that “alt-right” news sites are making things up.

Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson, who has never written a negative word about any Democrat or a positive word about any Republican, says “cynics” writing on sites like Facebook, Reddit, Infowars and Inquisitr “concocted ‘news’ stories out of whole cloth during the campaign in an attempt to destroy Hillary Clinton and those closest to her.”pbuq0z6zz0yo9jd412f36q

As if Hillary didn’t do enough to destroy Hillary.

Conspiracy theorists came up with a crazy story about alleged sex trafficking out of a pizza parlor frequented by Clinton Campaign Manager John Podesta and it led to an attempted shooting. Now Robinson has come up with a conspiracy theory about the conspiracy theorists he criticizes. No doubt Hillary Clinton would have been elected president, if people just reported the truth (except about her, of course).

If Robinson’s column isn’t “fake news,” what is?

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