News You Can Use for February 28, 2018

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, February 28, 2018.

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The Florida shooting is yet another example of the government failing to keep us safe.

From the FBI to local law enforcement to the schools, every institution failed. We have more government than ever, but it isn’t working.

The Democrats in the House are already preparing to push a new ban on semi-automatic weapons. And yes, it is going to cost them in the 2018 midterm elections. (Which means you better go get your semi-automatic rifle now – because they are about to become very popular.)

OF COURSE we should let teachers carry guns in school. Of Course!

A qualified teacher with a handgun on their hip is perfectly capable of instructing a classroom. Where is the evidence to suggest otherwise? That’s not a rhetorical question. For all the hyperventilating over the idea of teachers carrying guns in schools, partisans have not, to my knowledge, ever been able to prove why it is, for some reason, such a wildly bad idea.

One suspects that it is an ideological objection more than anything: Some people simply do not like guns — they see guns as nasty, profane, scary, loud, part of an alien culture of which they are entirely unfamiliar — and they believe that letting teachers carry guns will somehow denigrate or defile the educational environment. 

The NRA is hardly the lobbying powerhouse liberals pretend them to be, and they don’t spend anywhere near the kind of money the media says they do.

The labyrinth of oppressions – What happens when the victims outnumber the oppressors?

Ha! The House Intelligence Committee finally released Adam Schiff’s FISA Abuse memo and guess what? It reinforces the idea that there were abuses of the FISA process.

Far-left Democrat Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) is not what you’d call an intellectual, but she is well-positioned to be the next Democrat candidate for President… and that is terrifying.

China’s President, Xi Jingping, is about to do the “full Mao.”

The folks at CNN don’t know much about guns, and they prove it every time they run a story about them. The latest gaffe had them worrying about a “full semi-automatic” AR-15. (There’s no such thing.)

Here we are, more than two months since the FCC killed “Net Neutrality” and the Internet is STILL alive and well. Apparently, the leftwing doomsayers were wrong… AGAIN.

First Daughter Ivanka Trump flew commercial (and economy class) to get home fro Pyeongchang, South Korea. 🇺🇸

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