News You Can Use for February 17, 2018

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, February 17, 2018.

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30 years ago, we actually allowed guns in schools and mass shootings in those schools were much less common.

Thirty years ago, kids who brought their rifles to the high school shooting range didn’t wonder about evil and cultural decay. They simply lived in a time in America when right and wrong was more starkly defined, where expectations about behavior were clear, and wickedness hadn’t been normalized.

The idea that guns caused the carnage we have faced is so intellectually bankrupt that it is isn’t worth discussing. Remembering where we were as a nation just 30 years ago makes it even more so. It’s time to ask what changed.

Instead of focusing on the school shooter – meet and remember his victims instead. Here are the 17 beautiful people we lost on Valentine’s Day.

No, the Douglas High School shooter was not a member of a white nationalist militia. Brian Williams and the Anti-Defamation League started the rumor after reading a random comment on Reddit’s 4chan page. Don’t believe anything the FAKE mainstream media ever says.

The GOP should get on the same page as the President and demand REAL immigration reform from the Democrats if they want to give amnesty to the DACA DREAMers.

If you wonder why there seems to be so much more violence, hate, and evil in the world today – you need look no further than our own media and culture. What kind of society condemns people for praying after there is a school shooting? The same one suffering through all those bad things.

A student from Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida had to educate Brian Williams about the 2nd Amendment and gun violence. This kid is definitely one of the good ones.

The media stopped reporting on the fallacious “Russia Collusion” story because they realized there was nothing to the faux-conspiracy and that they were the ones who created the story!

Elizabeth Warren’s claims of being a Native American are still ridiculous and she is still a massive liar.

Ugh. The US Army has decided to drop grenade throwing from their required list of skills because too many of their new recruits couldn’t throw the grenades far enough. And yes, it was the female recruits who kept failing the grenade throwing class.

Whoa. California is moving forward with an initiative that was born out of the minds of conspiracy theorists on the left.

Professor Jordan Peterson talks about his fascination with Christianity and if the miracles of the Bible could actually be true.

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