News You Can Use for August 19, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, August 19, 2017.

Everything President Trump said in his recent press conference was absolutely right. Watch it for yourself, he may not be a great speaker but what did he say that the left should be disagreeing with?

I just watched the President’s entire 14-minute impromptu news conference at Trump Tower on Monday that sparked all the latest barrage of anti-Trump screeds from the left media that will criticize him every day, no matter what he does, augmented by the “Never Trump” Republicans and neo-conservatives who will not rest until they can re-conquer the political party they lost because of three terms of two failed Bush presidencies, followed by the two failed Presidential candidacies of Sen. John McCain and of Gov. Mitt Romney.

Not the reportage about the conference, but the entire 14 minutes unedited, uninterrupted. I found myself agreeing with his every word. I did not find his tone or demeanor “unpresidential” in the least. He sharply and explicitly condemned the Nazis and White Supremacists unequivocally. He also condemned the extreme leftists who premeditatedly came armed with weapons to smash up a demonstration that, rightly or wrongly, had been granted a legal permit. (I personally wish that ACLU liberals were not so proactive in advancing the right of Nazis to get permits to rally at public venues, but the demonstration had a permit. Meanwhile, the Antifa Alt-Left thugs came with flame-throwers, bats, and shields, and they came to fight.) All the while, the police did nothing for much too long. Chaos and violence ensued.

A couple of different takes on the Confederate statue debate: 1. Leave them up, but provide context. 2. Tear them down immediately. 3. Just leave the Confederate monuments, graves, and memorials alone.

The second American civil war may actually already be joined – it’s a battle for our minds and our history, which side will you be on?

Antifa may be fighting against white supremacist bad guys, but just because Antifa is fighting the bad guys it doesn’t mean that Antifa is the good guy. Both sides of that battle are evil.

The fascists continue to use Antifa and others on the vile left against conservatives.

The mainstream media thinks that they finally have Donald Trump cornered, but they could not be more wrong.

There are worries that Steve Bannon may be considering something big as he contemplates the next phase of his career, and that something big could be very bad for President Trump.

Matt Lewis at the Daily Beast thinks that President Trump’s loyal supporters have been bamboozled, hoodwinked, and conned.

The violent and radical left continues to plumb the depths of humane behavior as green groups are now actually attacking low-level staffers of the Trump administration.

NASA’s got a very big plan to save us from a very big volcano. We better hope it works!

Onan Coca

Onan is the Editor-in-Chief at Romulus Marketing. He's also the managing editor at, and the managing partner at Onan is a graduate of Liberty University (2003) and earned his M.Ed. at Western Governors University in 2012. Onan lives in Atlanta with his wife and their three wonderful children. You can find his writing all over the web.

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