News You Can Use for June 2, 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, June 2, 2017.

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Hillary Clinton is a has-been, or better yet a never-was.

The funniest episode in the protective yet revealing new Hillary Clinton profile arrives when we learn that this sad, unemployed, 69-year-old lady is so desperate to keep her self-image alive that she still employs flunkies and retainers to treat her as though she actually were the president, or the secretary of state, or a president in waiting, or at very least the leader of the opposition.

Every American should be fighting back against extremism from both the right and the left.

The Harvard Law Journal explains why every American, even the unborn, have guaranteed Constitutional rights.

Whataboutism” and the latest tools of dumb political combat.

President Trump is right. If Europe loves NATO so much, why does the USA have to pay for the bulk of the operations?

White House considering restoring Russian compounds that were closed by the Obama administration in retaliation for meddling in our election.

The poor case of the “homeless conservative.”

The Never Trump crowd did exactly what those on the left demanded. They bucked “their” party, refused to vote for “their” candidate, and have been critical of Trump from the get-go through to the election. But we are still regarded by the left as “pathetic.”

Yes, this is actually a thing now. Liberals are actually wondering if white chefs should be allowed to sell burritos. This is what liberals think about.

A robot priest was unveiled in Germany and he delivers blessings in 5 different languages. The robot was created to mark 500 years since the start of the Reformation.

Conservative pundit Michelle Malkin explains why she has allowed her chronically ill child to try marijuana in an effort to ease the burden of his epilepsy.

An Alabama town is now requiring children how mow l their neighbors lawns to get a business license first!

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