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News You Can Use for April 18, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

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Liberals have gone off the deep end when it comes to the immigration debate.

Even if Steve Bannon loses his job in the White House, “Trumpism” will survive.

President Trump is masterfully juggling the foreign policy balls that President Obama kept dropping.

Obama’s policies invited the world’s most dangerous actors to conclude that America would no longer act in defense of the Free World, or of the rules and understandings that promote a modicum of peace. This is a path to conflict and carnage on a scale not seen since World War II. It is imperative that Trump find ways to change this calculus.

President Trump’s most important choice is to either choose populism or corporatism.

The real division in American politics today is no longer right or left, but rather between populism and an increasingly dominant corporate ruling class.

The Democrat Party is kicking off its tour of America by highlighting their leftward shift towards communism.

Popular statistician and political analyst Nate Silver tells Democrats not to get their hopes up about their chances at winning Tuesday’s special election in Georgia. While the Democrat, Jon Ossoff, may well get the most votes… he’s not likely to get the more than 50% necessary to avoid a runoff. In a runoff, he’s likely to get destroyed by whichever Republican he faces.

Even the mainstream liberal media is starting to recognize the truth that left-wing “fake news” has a much louder voice in media today. This is mostly due to the fact that the mainstream media (until now) has been far more antagonistic towards conservative media than they have been towards left-wing media.

The world’s first all-female special forces unit is in Norway and NBC News has the inside scoop.

Too many Americans are suffering from psychological distress… and most of it is unnecessary.

Nearly 1/3 of American marijuana consumers prefer smoking pot in private and on their own. 🇺🇸

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