News You Can Use for January 18, 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 Thursday, January 18, 2018.

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Why is the media so hell-bent on labeling President Trump a racist? Meanwhile, according to liberal pollsters, President Trump’s support among black Americans has more than doubled over the last year!

The report from The Atlantic, a left-leaning publication, states that Trump’s support among black men “significantly exceeds his 2016 vote share” at 23%, while his support among black women increased to 11% — an average of 17%.

Obviously, most Americans no longer even twitch when they hear another racism charge from the left or the media. Black America doesn’t necessarily buy it, and white America tunes it out. The Demcorats and the media are “the boy who cried wolf” when it comes to racism.

Ten thoughts on the president’s alleged use of the word “shi*hole” to describe some 3rd world countries.

The Trump dossier probe continues to expand as there is now evidence that the State Department may have also been involved in the effort to undermine the Trump campaigns chances of winning.

It’s déjâ vu all over again on Capitol Hill when it comes to attempting to amnesty the 800,000+ DREAMers who wore brought here illegally by their parents.

By the way, you’re dreaming if you think that the Democrat Party actually wants to “fix” our illegal immigration problem.

2017 was a pretty good year for America, notwithstanding the constant media outrage directed at the White House. In fact, the best way to measure 2017 may be by exposing all of the terrible things that the media and the left said would happen… but didn’t.

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) argues that the timing is perfect for the USA to push North Korea’s Kim Jong Un back on his heels.

The #MeToo movement repels men by infantilizing women with petty complaints. It also imagines that women are the powerless, helpless, fawning creatures that feminists are always telling us they are not.

The opioid epidemic is destroying lives across America’s suburbs.

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