News You Can Use for January 2, 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 Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

Surprise! Leftwing activists secretly raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to bribe women into accusing President Donald Trump of sexual harassment and worse.

Townhall’s Kurt Schlichter predicts that 2018 is going to be a gigantic disaster of a year… or it might turn out fine. Either way.

The USA is becoming the world’s newest tax haven.

As January 1st comes and goes, there are dozens upon dozens of new state laws going into effect now. California has the craziest (and likely the most) but they’re not alone in adding new laws to their rolls.

17 things that need to die with 2017.

As the Miami Herald‘s Dave Barry put it in his annual year-end wrap up, 2017 “was a year so surreal, so densely populated with strange and alarming events, that you have to seriously consider the possibility that somebody — and when we say ‘somebody,’ we mean ‘Russia’ — was putting LSD in our water supply.”

Should Iran’s enemies think twice about wishing for regime change?

It sure looks like the do-little junior Senator from the Empire State is planning to run for president. In fact, the Washington Post analysis proves that Kirsten Gillibrand was a moderate-liberal until Trump got elected, and now all of a sudden she’s as far-left as they come. Surprise! A politician who changes the way they vote based on their personal goals and aspirations… not on what their constituents want.

My, the liberals have a flair for the dramatic though. In a piece for the Daily Beast, leftwing journalist Ronald Radosh argues that he can see into Steve Bannon’s head and that Bannon “Envisions Himself as a Living Huey Long to Donald Trump’s FDR.”

People are fleeing the state of Illinois in DROVES, and it’s mostly because of leftwing policies.

Is the Last Jedi, the first anti-Star Wars Star Wars movie?

The classic tale of the perennial battle between Good and Evil collapses in on itself, here being revealed as an epic delusion begotten by the monumental arrogance of those—the Jedi—who thought themselves heroes.By insisting upon a hard and fast distinction between the dark and light sides of the Force—by insisting that morality is an objective feature of the universe—and positioning themselves as guardians of the Light, the Jedi, in their “hubris,” as Luke Skywalker says, gave rise to all that had gone wrong in the galaxy.

In other words, it is the Jedi Order that is the “root cause” of evil (if we can even coherently speak of evil in connection with TLJ).  To put it more exactly, it is civilization, its traditions and institutions, from which all corruption springs. 

Freedom, Equality, and every other virtue can come about only after the old civilization has been razed, burnt to the ground along with its literature, those Jedi texts to which Yoda takes the proverbial match in TLJ.

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Onan Coca

Onan is the Editor-in-Chief at Romulus Marketing. He's also the managing editor at, and the managing partner at Onan is a graduate of Liberty University (2003) and earned his M.Ed. at Western Governors University in 2012. Onan lives in Atlanta with his wife and their three wonderful children. You can find his writing all over the web.

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