News You Can Use for January 10, 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 Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

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The #MeToo Movement just proved it’s nothing more than political bluster. #MeToo supporters care more about identity politics than they do the pursuit of justice, and it’s a perfect example of the left coopting a real problem to use as a political bludgeon.

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is now the richest person in the world… and one of the richest ever.

The NAACP attempted to use the National Championship game to protest President Trump, but their attempts failed miserably. Interestingly, no NAACP leader seems to be able to clearly articulate what it is about Trump that they are protesting. Considering that under Trump African-American unemployment is at an all time low and wages are increasing… the protests seem odd.

Facebook seems to be picking and choosing various political activists to ban from their service, but they refuse to explain why some get banned and others don’t.

Unions really are leftwing cesspools. From 2010 to 2016 labor unions gave more than $1.1 BILLION in member dues to Planned Parenthood and anti-Republican, pro-Abortion Democrat organizations.

So this is terrifying. Federal Agencies may be routinely breaking the law and hiding their surveillance methods in criminal cases. It seems that “this use of secret evidence may be occurring regularly in cases throughout the country.”

One of Bill Clinton’s victims, Juanita Broaddrick, ripped Oprah Winfrey for her hypocritical speech at the Golden Globes.

The long, leftward lurch of the ACLU. From advocates for freedom to defenders of leftwing fascism.

David French outlines the reasons a leftwing judge sided, with prejudice, the right-wing Bundy family and their friends.

Poland is under assault from the European neighbors, but thus far the Polish people have refused to submit to the EU’s harsh refugee demands.

Cleveland’s abortion clinics are getting super-racist and super in-your-face with their lies.

Four common myths about capitalism… debunked.

Nick Saban is 66-years old and just won his 6th national championship. He says “I’ve never been happier in my life.” Which seems kind of sad to me.

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