News You Can Use for February 22, 2017

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Good Morning! We here at want you to get your day started right, which is why we’ve decided to help you catch the morning’s news highlights. We know that you’ve got a busy day ahead and you may not necessarily have time to surf the web looking for the things you need to know, so we’ve gone ahead and done that for you.

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 Wednesday, February 22, 2017.

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Are “Never Trumpers” destroying our nation’s future?

Wow. It has been a roller coaster week for alt-right star Milo Yiannopoulos. Milo went from being the talk of the town, headlining CPAC and signing a major book deal… to being disinvited from CPAC, losing his book deal, and now losing his job.

Donald Trump told NATO to “jump” and NATO quickly said… “How High?”

Spike in radioactivity has the world worried that Vladimir Putin and Russia may have recently tested a nuclear weapon in the Arctic.

Congress continues to drag its feet on Trump’s agenda.

The “Stop Trump” protests in the UK are the ultimate example of liberal “virtue signaling.”

We’re witnessing the birth of a bizarre love-in between the old, bruised elite and supposed radicals, between an establishment rejected by ordinary people and leftists who miss that establishment.

A whole new era of protest is being born: one in which marchers demand greater power, not for themselves, but for a decaying bureaucratic elite that is looking on with horror at what democracy has spawned. This is no people’s movement. It’s the opposite, in fact. It’s an expression of metropolitan fury with the dumb political choices made by the people, cheered on by a sad, ousted establishment.

Apparently, some liberal educators are now calling American grammar a “racist” and “unjust” language structure.

Things are getting very bad in Venezuela as a new study shows that 75% of Venezuelan citizens have lost dangerous amounts of weight due to starvation.

President Trump is convincing some formerly skeptical GOP-ers that he was the right choice for President all along.

Ivanka Trump’s perfume soars to #1 bestseller on Amazon, even after boycotts against her products were announced!

Across the world rush-hour traffic is a major issue. In fact, the only American city on the top-15 list of “worst” cities for traffic in the world is Los Angeles, California.

Liberal sportswriters are killing the profession.

The upcoming Han Solo Star Wars film has released its first cast photo.

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