News You Can Use for February 20, 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 Tuesday, February 20, 2018.

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The Democrats are massive hypocrites when it comes to their outrage over guns and gun rights. And so is the media that fawns all over them.

Could leftwing website Buzzfeed be the catalyst forcing special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the light?

Not sure if you’ve noticed this… but the Trump-Russia collusion story is DEAD.

The media has been on a walk of shame for some two years now and that ugly walk doesn’t seem anywhere near an end.

They were whored out by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, swallowed the Christopher Steele dossier, and still get drunk-dialed by the Left. The cheap-date journos show up every time.

The New York Times’ favorite “conservative” tried to talk about gun control but was way off the mark in his recent commentary.

Should FBI chief Christopher Wray be fired for the failures of his agency that led to the shooting at a Florida High School? Some commentators think so.

The real problem in the Rob Porter fiasco is the fact that the system of gaining security clearance to work in a presidential administration has been perverted by politics.

As such, the vetting and clearance system is there to serve the chief executive of the nation. Instead, far too often, it has been perverted so as to undermine his ability, and his team’s ability, to serve the nation. The intelligence community exists to serve all presidents, Republican or Democrat, establishment maven or insurgent outsider.

Financial cheating is a form of infidelity says the New York Post.

Conservationists have come up with a radical new plan and are asking people all over the world to “give up” have of our planet’s landmass to serve as a wildlife nature reserve.

Could the cities of the future be built of wood and not of steel and concrete?

The Black Panther is a very good film and it deserves all of the positive press it is getting…

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