News You Can Use for February 17, 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 Friday, February 17, 2017.

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Sadly, young Americans are not as supportive of free speech as they once were. In fact, young people in Argentina and Turkey are more supportive of free speech than young Americans.

Bloomberg’s Eli Lake intricately explains how Michael Flynn was recently run out of Washington, D.C. by an unelected class of politically motivated liberal spies.

A survey of national Hispanics from 2013 found that up to 13% of non-citizens were registered to vote, meaning that at least 2 million non-citizens are registered to vote and Donald Trump could be right about voter fraud being a massive problem.

Saudi Arabia (which is 99% Muslim) is apparently as “Islamophobic” as the USA because the government of that Mideast nation just deported 40,000 Muslims due to security concerns from Muslim Terrorism.

The Trump administration has added “Skype Seats” to their press conferences in an effort to continue breaking down the power of the traditional mainstream media.

Conservative actor Robert Davi wonders why the bleeding heart liberals who populate Hollywood don’t invite illegals and refugees to their parties and their awards shows?

It’s not just America. In Spain, citizens are protesting Starbucks’ decision to hire refugees by posting oversized “Starburka” stickers on their storefronts.

Liberal Bill Maher has invited Milo Yiannopoulos on to his show, and his fellow liberals are not happy about it.

Oh by the way… After weeks of being hammered by the liberal media, Donald Trump’s approval ratings are higher than they’ve ever been.

Yesterday, we told you that Kid Rock was considering a run for the Senate in Michigan… now we hear that his fellow Detroit rocker Ted Nugent is also considering a run.

Ouch. WikiLeaks just released a set of documents that shows the CIA interfering in the French presidential elections under the guidance of the Obama administration in 2012.

Scientists still try to explain why civilization has only been around 5,000-7,000 years when they believe modern humanity first appeared 200,000 years ago. Their answers aren’t great, but Christian apologists have a better response.

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