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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.
So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, November 27, 2016.
In the aftermath of Fidel Castro’s death on Friday night, some liberals have been praising the man and his life… this is a disgusting affront. No one committed to human rights should mourn Fidel Castro, a man who killed and repressed his own people.
Israel is suffering under massive wildfires after Muslim terrorists purposefully set the dry forests ablaze. Now, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is warning the perpetrators that if they are caught committing arson, their citizenship could be revoked. Thankfully some foreign friends have stepped in and sent firefighters to Israel to help fight the fires.
Across the nation, leaders of various teachers’ unions are devastated that so many members of their unions decided to vote for Donald Trump.
In New York City a bus driver stood by and did nothing as a group of black teens attacked 4 white girls from a Catholic High School. The girls were beaten bloody and robbed; the thugs are still free.
Surprise! The latest research shows that 85% of women killed in Israel by family members were… Arabs.
One of the first things that Donald Trump should do once he’s President is roll back the insane criminal penalties for noncriminal conduct.
Do Americans keep ignoring the most worrisome elements of the 2016 presidential election?
The toothless progressives have no power.
President Obama has already admitted that he won’t follow the course of past Presidents’, as he plans to continue to involve himself in Democrat Party politics for the foreseeable future. That may be a good thing for the GOP who has made more stunning gains in the Obama era than at any point in American history.
It was the “human factor” that gave us both Brexit and Donald Trump.