News You Can Use for February 5, 2017

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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 Sunday, February 5, 2017.

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Surprise! Google has redefined the word “fascism” to smear conservatives and protect liberal rioters.

Here’s a not-so-short list of the stories that the mainstream media got wrong this past week.

No, the GOP did NOT just repeal the background check system and no, they did not authorize giving guns to the mentally ill.

The nation of Japan just announced that it will NOT be taking in any refugees… because they have a duty to protect their own citizens FIRST.

Kuwait apparently believes that Donald Trump’s visa ban is pretty intelligent, because they’ve decided to implement their own visa ban against 5 of their majority Muslim neighbors.

Repealing Obamacare is proving to be much harder than the GOP originally thought it would be.

The ongoing tumult surrounding President Trump’s choice of Neil Gorsuch to be the next Supreme Court Justice is simply more evidence that the Democrats have no idea how the Supreme Court works.

The Catholic Nuns who have spent the last few years fighting our government to ensure the religious freedom of future generations recently responded to the new administrations decision to grant relief to their organization.

The moment left-wing liberalism overtook the “pro-science” community with politically correct anti-science.

11 of the most controversial Super Bowl Halftime moments…

When did our culture become so infatuated with death?

This may be the most interesting (and morbid) thread on Twitter.

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