News You Can Use for August 28, 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 Monday, August 28, 2017.

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Your “must read” of the day – Trump and the Cultural Commies.

America’s post-Charlottesville nervous breakdown was deliberately induced. Americans are too easily emotionally manipulated and that truth has some well-meaning folks taking up cause with leftists who want nothing less than the repeal of the 1st Amendment.

The real threat to our Republic, to our way of life, to our long history of liberty, personal freedom, and personal responsibility is the Orwellian mob called Antifa.

The NEW “McCarthyism” is the leftwing effort to make America believe that there is a wave of racism growing throughout the nation. The “spread” of racism in America is a lie.

Why is Congress not investigating President Obama’s “unprecedented” level of political espionage?

The Democrat Party can’t hope to win in America until they stop focusing on dividing us and start remembering about the things that unify us.

Donald Trump’s pardon of former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was the wrong decision to make.

Donald Trump’s pardon of former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was the right (and courageous) decision to make.

Does the fact that Sheriff Joe Arpaio accepted his pardon mean that he’s actually guilty of the crime he was accused (and convicted) of committing?

Hillary Clinton had the support of 99% of the national media and she still couldn’t win, but her supporters are still stuck in some fantasy world where her loss is the media’s fault.

While President Trump’s new Afghanistan policy may sound different, is it really?

Conservative Stacey Dash called Maxine Waters (D-CA) a “media buffoon” and earned intense media backlash, meanwhile leftist Keith Olbermann called the President and his supporters “racist Nazi f*cks” who could “gof*ch yourselves” and no one on social media cared at all. This is the double standard that conservatives face.

How President Trump convinced the Democrats to fall in love with federalism.

Some liberals are wondering if former comedian and current Senator Al Franken (D-MN) could be the next President?

It’s long past time for the anti-Trump GOP and the pro-Trump GOP to mend their fences and come together to help advance a conservative agenda. Stop the intra-fighting before it’s too late.

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