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News You Can Use for July 21, 2017

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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 Friday, July 21, 2017.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is nothing but excited by President Trump’s amazing efforts to end the scourge of illegal immigration.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced this week that the Justice Department would INCREASE their use of the unconstitutional “civil asset forfeiture.” The announcement has many civil libertarians up in arms and many conservatives begging Senator Sessions to reconsider and to remember that Justices Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia have both excoriated the government’s use of asset forfeiture.

California Democrats cut the microphone of a black minister after he testifies that liberal policies are harming the black community.

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, a conservative activist who also hosts a talk show, had his microphone cut off while testifying before California lawmakers during a recent hearing at the State Capitol. He was then threatened with removal after continuing to admonish proponents of Senate Bill 10, which would eliminate the current cash bail system for many defendants in the state. 

Ladies and gentlemen, we MUST elect Senator Kid Rock, and we must do so as quickly as possible!

A Senate visitor gave Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) a Nickleback album as a gift, but the Senator was having none of it. He rejected the gift and demanded the giver “Please Leave.” More proof that Senator Sasse is awesome.

The media needs to tell the truth — the Women’s March movement and the Black Lives Matter movement both embrace and support terrorists and murderers.

Seattle’s far left mayor sexually abused his foster son 30 years ago, and he has been accused of sexual abuse by at least 3 other men… but some Democrats aren’t sure he should have to step down. Democrats are disgusting.

Everyone should be very worried about the future of free expression in America. If you don’t believe political correctness is a threat to free speech, you haven’t been paying attention.

Conservatives continue to grow increasingly hostile towards higher education, but who can blame them?

Community Colleges are considering dropping Algebra as a requirement because… “racism.” Who’s anti-science again?

One of Berkeley’s Antifa leaders has been arrested for inciting a riot. It only took the local police 8 months to do the right thing, particularly after she had been caught on camera beating on a political opponent and then inciting her cohorts to do the same. 🇺🇸

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