News You Can Use for August 25, 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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, August 25, 2017.

Does anybody understand what these Never Trump Republicans think they’re accomplishing?

Through all this Tea Partying and Trumping, we normals got a taste for power, and we like it. We’re not just going to just shrug our shoulders when the guy we picked gets deposed in a coup. We’re going to get mad. Really mad. And you’re going to get primaried. Just ask Jeff Flake (Dork-AZ). Have you seen his approval numbers? There are strains of the herpes virus that poll higher.

Newt Gingrich agrees and cautions Republicans to begin wising up and stop giving the liberal media the crass cannibalism and intra-party fighting that they crave.

President Trump is standing against the crooks, the liars, and the liberal media.

President Trump’s strategy in Afghanistan is different, braver, and better than President Obama’s ever was.

The liberal rag, The Atlantic reminds everyone that the GOP establishment remains firmly entrenched behind President Trump.

Whether or not Steve Bannon is around the White House, President Trump will always be President Trump.

Now that they’re allowed to destroy Confederate monuments and memorials with impunity, the Left has turned its focus toward statues of Christopher Columbus.

After ESPN’s embarrassing Robert Lee gaffe, and the other insanity we’ve seen in the days since Charlottesville, it’s clear that President Trump has won the debate about monuments.

Trump’s is not backing down from his hawkish trade beliefs and the world is beginning to take note.

North Korean spies were caught attempting to steal Ukrainian state secrets back in 2011, now the Ukrainian government is releasing the video of their attempt in an effort to prove that they haven’t sold missile technology to the rogue nation.

The progressive war against the dead.

The test scores don’t (can’t) lie… Charter schools are transformative for our inner city, underserved students.

Well – this is horrible. A new study reveals that almost 80% of South Korean men have abused their girlfriends.

PETA’s new anti-hunting campaign backfired in a HUGE way.

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