News You Can Use for April 14, 2017

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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 Friday, April 14, 2017.

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The history books will condemn the “Christian” West for allowing Christianity to be violently snuffed out in the Middle East and North Africa.

The Western world has long gotten used to the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, as if their bad lot is inevitable and has to simply be accepted. As if Christianity is destined to die or have no more than a residual existence in what used to be its cradle.

President Trump has distanced himself from Steve Bannon in recent days, and in so doing, has drawn closer to the globalists who oppose Bannon’s foreign policy vision.

The entire concept of trying to assess a presidency by its first 100 days is completely ridiculous.

It’s odd, considering the rhetoric against him, but President Trump seems to be resettling Syrian refugees at a much quicker pace than the Obama administration ever did.

CNN continues to get trounced in the ratings by Fox News, but now they’re even losing to MSNBC!

What is the one unifying factor among the list of America’s most famous assassins? Not a one was a Republican or a conservative. Not a one.

Buzzfeed runs more interference for the Obama administration and attempts to help absolve them of their failure to protect the nation from Russian meddling.

The more CBS continues to attack President Trump, the further their ratings plummet.

Insiders tell NBC News that the Trump administration may launch an attack on North Korea if the rogue nation chooses to carry out a nuclear weapons test. However, other media outlets are reporting that NBC’s story is “wildly wrong.”

Conservatives are learning that most GOP voters don’t actually care about conservative ideology.

The Democrats’ gun control agenda has been a complete and utter failure.

Now that Obama is gone, NATO and our other European allies are starting to pull their own financial weight with Trump in office.

As long as boys are allowed to compete in girls’ sports… they will continue to win those competitions.

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