News You Can Use for February 16, 2018

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Trending: Watch Obama Trash the USA 18 Different Times During His Recent Trip Abroad

There have not been “18 school shootings” in 2018.

Democrats are hoping for a “Blue Wave” in 2018, but as we draw ever closer to the midterm elections that possibility looks less and less likely. North Carolina, a swing state, exemplifies the problems that Democrats are going to have across the nation in November.

Is anyone paying attention to the Clinton’s final con?

This is just no good. President Trump’s budget looks a whole lot like something that President Obama might have come up with, if the Republicans wouldn’t have been in his way.

It’s odd that the Comey memos remain a secret, when they would likely hold important clues as to whether or not an obstruction of justice case against President Trump actually exists. Perhaps they’re being hidden because they offer clear evidence that President Trump did nothing wrong?

“I have read the memos,” Gowdy said on Fox News “Special Report” Monday. “They would be defense Exhibit A in an obstruction of justice case — not prosecution exhibit, defense Exhibit A. If Comey felt obstructed, he did a masterful job of keeping it out of the memos.”

The shooter at Parkland, Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School seems to have used the school’s lockdown procedures against them.

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) is under a lot of pressure when it comes to dealing with illegal immigration and the DACA DREAMers.

Moderate Republicans are pressing Ryan to deliver a DACA bill that would grant amnesty to the 1.8 million DREAMers that are here illegally. While conservatives argue that such an amnesty is a miscarriage of justice and a slap in the face to everyone trying to migrate here legally.

Former President Obama’s first retrospective approval rating is way too high, but it’s lower than Reagan’s or George H.W. Bush’s.

Colorado wants to offer their own version of green cards for illegals… what could go wrong?

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