News You Can Use for August 29, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, August 29, 2017.

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After Hurricane Harvey the difference between the Right and the Left is on full display in the way that each side reacts to the event. On the right, people are stimulated to action, taking on the task of helping their neighbors in whatever way they can. On the left, people are calling for government to get out and help their neighbors. It’s a stark and important difference.

Wake Up! The Establishment and Antifa are partners in crime… the two groups go hand in hand.

Even the leftwing Washington Post was finally forced to admit that the violence in Berkeley was all from the Left.

The alt-Left’s attack on our history is absolutely insane and proves that Trump has reason to be concerned.

Leave Christopher Columbus (and his statues) alone. The man deserves an important and observed place in our culture.

What in the world? A nurse in a Vanderbilt Clinic refused to help an officer who had been beaten, stabbed, and shot seven times. His fellow officers were forced to do amateur triage as they awaited help from medical professionals who would render aid.

Rep. Bill Johnson (R-OH) says it’s time for Congress to turn to tax cuts and start helping the American people get wealthy again. In this important piece Rep. Johnson dispels certain myths that always pop up when talking about tax cuts.

Will Republicans stand with President Trump and make sure that the Southern Border Wall gets built?

There is a clear path to U.S.-Russia cooperation on the world stage, we just have to be brave enough to follow it.

Why can’t the left “let go” of racism? Leftists need bigotry to keep their grasp on power, if bigotry dies… so does the left.

Racism? When it comes to racism, the United States is far behind “the leaders” in world racism. In fact, a recent study found that the USA may be the least racist country in the world. We just also happen to be among the most free, which means that our racists are free to talk about their beliefs in public. It’s ugly, but it’s the price of freedom and freedom is worth the cost.

What if President Trump dumps the GOP?

The Philippine government is literally killing people simply for being a pain.

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