News You Can Use for February 14, 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 Tuesday, February 14, 2017.

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It’s time to join the resistance against authoritarianism. We must stand against the left’s push toward fascism.

Singer Joy Villa saw sales of her music skyrocket in the wake of wearing her “Make America Great Again” dress at the Grammy’s on Sunday. The rocker’s social media accounts may be filled with mean-spirited haters, but her bank account will soon be full of money.

Hillary Clinton is still reminding us that we are very lucky she lost.

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has a plan to influence the Trump administration… and it’s working.

The Oroville dam in California is precariously close to failing, and citizens in the surrounding area are worrying what will remain once the flooding ends.

Liberals continue to pour out hate on Education Secretary Betsy DeVos because they fear that she could mean the beginning of the end of their grip on American education.

The Circuit Court of Appeals decision flouts established immigration law and completely ignores judicial precedent.

It’s come to this – teachers in Austin, Texas schools are now teaching their children what they should and should not say to immigration agents.

Jeffrey Sandusky, the son of Penn State pedophile Jerry Sandusky, has been arrested and faces 14 counts of sexual assault of a child, along with a variety of other sex abuse and child pornography charges.

There is a mysterious wire running high over dozens of cities in the United States and around the world… what does it all mean?

Is Fox really considering bringing Firefly back to TV?

Pastor Douglas Wilson recently penned an open-letter to Vice President Mike Pence and I sure hope that the VP reads it.

Grammy-winning jazz singer Al Jarreau has passed away at age 76.

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