News You Can Use for February 19, 2018

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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 Monday, February 19, 2018.

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It sure looks like special counsel Robert Mueller may have worked with disgraced IRS chief, Lois Lerner, to target the Tea Party.

Even the left is beginning to realize that their outrage mobs are beginning to chip away at our democracy and pose a real threat to our freedom and our way of life.

Can we just be honest for a minute? The Democrats don’t actually care about the DACA DREAMers. The only thing they care about is using the DREAMers as a political tool to advance their party.

In the wake of a mass shooting the left always pretends as if the self defense value of carrying a gun is minimal but the data is real, and the facts are plain – self-defense is no myth.

Regardless of which numbers you want to use here, the fact remains that a whole lot of people use a firearm for self-defense every year. That means it’s no myth. Being able to protect one’s self is a real, viable thing that everyone should embrace. Otherwise, we create an entire culture of victims who simply embrace that as a reality. All that does is empower criminals and murderers.

Is there a case for obstruction of justice against President Trump? Probably not.

Donald Trump may be the only politician in America who could actually get a bipartisan deal on any gun related issue passed. It might not be a good deal, but it would be a deal nonetheless.

What if voters don’t care about their politician’s infidelities any more?

The Washington Examiner argues that we shouldn’t ignore the President’s bad behavior, and we shouldn’t let other politicians get away with it either.

Do we really get the leaders that we deserve?

Mike Pence, Tim Tebow, and Tony Dungy have all been shamed by the media for their Christian faith – it’s an ugly form of bigotry and it’s practiced regularly on the left.

One of the LGBT community’s favorite studies has been repudiated and the original researchers have had to issue a major correction, but the researchers have plans in the work to find a new way to find evidence supporting their old (and now proven wrong) thesis.

Natural disasters don’t become catastrophes until the federal government gets involved.

While liberals in Congress call for more gun control, conservatives and libertarians argue for the opposite – fighting to defend our students with the same level of protection that we offer other citizens.

A Kim Jong Un impersonator made some major waves at the Olympics this week, even posing with the ladies of North Korea before he was run off by security.

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