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News You Can Use for February 8, 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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, February 8, 2018.

Newly released emails from the FBI turncoat lovers, Strzok and Page, prove that President Obama was much more involved in their investigations than he was letting on.

Russian hackers are hunting for hi-tech American secrets and exploiting our weaknesses.

A judge in California just ruled that wedding cakes are works of art, and protected speech according to the First Amendment.

President Trump’s second year in office begins with the President in a far-better position than his opponents ever imagined he could be in.

Donald Trump’s critics never imagined that more than a year into his presidency, his approval rating would be rising and just under 50%, the economy would be cranking up to a 4% growth rate, North Korea would have quieted down temporarily, U.S. oil production would be rising sharply and imports steadily declining, ISIS dispersed, over $6 trillion added to Dow-Jones Industrial stock values (despite Monday’s slide), and the Clintons as well as Mr. Trump’s official investigators facing far more serious legal questions than he is.

The Vatican continues it’s disgusting slobbering over everything China. Here’s a Bishop extolling China’s virtues while lambasting the USA. Meanwhile, thousands of Christians in China rot in prison, and millions more are forced underground to avoid persecution.

Think about how bad things must be for Democrats when ‘more money in the people’s pockets’ is a dark cloud hanging over them.

Has there ever been a more politically calculated and carried out move than the release of the Democrat FISA abuse memo? Probably not.

Jimmy Kimmel met his match when he confronted a group of anti-DACA activists who actually knew what they were talking about.

Democrat panties were in a bunch after White House chief of staff John Kelly called DACA-eligible illegals who didn’t sign up for DACA, “lazy.”

Illegal Immigration is costing American lives, and anyone who doesn’t see that… is blind.

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) lays out why there is only one person to blame for Robert Mueller’s ridiculously outsized investigation.

Disgraced former Attorney General, Eric Holder, thinks that people actually want him to run for President.

Sure there is a “Cult of Trump,” but there was a “cult of Obama” too.

This interview is a perfect example of what it’s like for conservatives who try speaking with liberals.

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