News You Can Use for August 17, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, August 17, 2017.

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Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) said that the police had found a “weapons cache” stashed by white nationalists… the only problem is that the police say they never found any such thing.

Some in the media are reading this as an attack on the President, but it’s only an attack in their heads. It’s not as though President Donald Trump would disagree with Shulkin’s sentiments.

If we want to destroy white supremacy – we need to start with Planned Parenthood.

NBC and the BBC both admit that there were violent left-wing protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend.

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team got a shake-up this week when one of his lawyers was let go and the team is being vague about the reasons.

Europe’s insane immigration policies are incredibly destructive and they’ve led directly to thousands of deaths.

A policy of taking in anyone who can physically make an arduous trip is compassionate to no one.

Europe’s non-policy favors men and boys who are strong enough to have a chance on a journey that involves being trafficked by smugglers across dangerous desert and water.

Arming Ukraine is a very bad idea, let the Eastern European nation defend herself from outsiders.

Sweden treats childrearing like a job, which can be a very dangerous proposition for parents and their families.

Los Angeles County has decided to approve of a measure that will pay homeowners to house the homeless. What could go wrong?

President Trump “lost” the members of his corporate council in the wake of the Charlottesville ugliness, but the truth is that he never had them. Corporations respond to the crass will of the loudest complainers, usually on the Left.

These same hypocritical and cowardly corporations who disavow our President refuse to disavow the racists at Black Lives Matter or the violent leftist fascists at Antifa.

The United States has begun new NAFTA negotiations in earnest.

A woman lost her diamond engagement ring while gardening back in 2004, and her daughter found the ring earlier this summer… with a carrot growing through it.

Dr. Ben Carson’s home was vandalized this week, though the media doesn’t seem to care about the crime. 🇺🇸

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