News You Can Use for August 3, 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 Thursday, August 3, 2017.

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Supposedly unbiased “professional” journalists are now attacking President Trump’s “masculinity.” The mainstream press continues to plumb the depths of the media sewer in their efforts to undermine Trump.

President Donald Trump and his philosophical doctrines are the antidote to modern cynicism.

Whether this Trump doctrine manifests itself in policy decisions remains to be seen, but there is little doubt this stance is a significant departure from Obama’s rhetoric and a version of a patriotic sentiment interred by the panjandrums of a brave new world.

President Trump will not silence the progressive Left eager to delegitimize his presidency, but he has certainly thrown down the challenge that the West is best and the U.S. will defend the interest of God and country against the barbarians at the gate.

A second special counsel must investigate Clinton, Comey, Lynch and others.

Read this and realize that Democrats are EXTREME on abortion. They willingly admit that they should only run candidates who are way to the left of the average American on abortion.

Senator John McCain is now far more popular among Democrats than he is with Republicans.

The Christian right is finally paying attention and taking the advice of liberals… and naturally, the Left is furious about it.

Senator Jeff Flake is facing a tough primary battle before he gets an opportunity to run for reelection… in an effort to win reelection he’s starting to attack President Trump with abandon.

Republicans and the Lost Art of Deterrence.

Leftist environmentalists are completely and utterly deranged. Now they want every American to give up beef and just eat beans.

A new show on Amazon asks the question “what if ‘Black America’ had been given their own nation as ‘reparations?’

Speaking of Amazon – they have two types of customers, which kind are you?

Your smart phone is making you stupid, even if you’re not using it.

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