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News You Can Use for January 30, 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 Tuesday, January 30, 2018.

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Trending: Science is Settled

Deputy Director Andrew McCabe steps down after FBI Director Wray finally had a chance to read what was in the classified FISA abuse memo.

The Trump economic boom continues as Campbell’s Soup Company announces that their closing a plant in Canada and moving those jobs to the USA.

Here’s proof that socialism creates more income inequality, and that capitalism relieves inequality. California’s income inequality is now worse than Mexico’s and their poverty level is the highest in the nation.

Here’s proof that Democrats hate America… Democrat Congresswoman Yvette Clarke just said that the agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement the “gestapo” of America. You heard me right.

Surprise! Illegal Immigrants commit more crimes than native-born Americans!

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is fighting against the plan to amnesty the DACA DREAMers. On Thursday he said “I do not believe we should be granting a path to citizenship to anybody here illegally,” Cruz said Thursday. “Doing so is inconsistent with the promises we made to the men and women who elected us.”

Worst President Ever? This guy…

One of Hillary Clinton’s employees was sexually harassed by a senior Clinton adviser in 2008, instead of firing him Clinton covered for him. Now, 10 years later she finally called the victim to speak directly with her.

Even as the rest of the nation (and the world) is rebounding economically Connecticut (and other liberal states like California and Illinois) is dying and begging for help.

In North Carolina, the GOP tax plan will save retired state employees millions of dollars every single month.

Was John McCain (R-AZ) the entire reason that the “Trump Dossier” smear got started? It sure looks that way.

Steve Wynn is NOT Harvey Weinstein.

Mexico’s former President gets confronted over the way he deported thousands of people during his tenure, but now complains about Trump deporting Americans.

The Left continues to tell tales and sell lies when it comes to climate change.

Whoo-boy! A “?” just saved conservative actor James Woods millions of dollars in a defamation case that centered around one of Woods’ tweets.

Uh-oh. The producer of Emeril Lagasse’s Florida-centered cooking show seems to have stolen quite a bit of money from the state’s tourism board. Florida legislators aren’t happy because that money belongs to their taxpayers, and the taxpayers are not happy to have their money stolen so wastefully. 🇺🇸

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