News You Can Use for June 27, 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 Tuesday, June 27, 2017.

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The Supreme Court has reinstated almost the entirety of President Trump’s travel order, giving the President a major victory.

Ouch. President Trump says Obama’s Inaction on Russian election interference is tantamount to collusion or obstruction.

In the United Kingdom the Conservatives and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) have signed an agreement to work as a team in Parliament and ensure that the conservatives hold majority control in the British Parliament.

Black Lives Matter riots in London and sends a handful of police officers to the hospital.

Hollywood Director/Actor Rob Reiner is the latest celebrity to use violent and stupid rhetoric to oppose President Trump.

150 people died when an overturned fuel tanker exploded in Pakistan.

Canada’s Prime Minister wore Ramadan socks to a gay pride event… let that sink in.

Guess what was banned during Chicago’s recent gay pride event? JEWS. Seriously.

It’s not just liberals that are fueling the growing (and disgusting) trends in anti-Semitism. A new report from Europe finds that the rise in anti-Semitism is being pushed largely by the growing Muslim community in Europe.

On the same day that the Supreme Court reinstated much of Trump’s original travel ban, they also dealt a major blow to our 2nd Amendment rights (even though Justice Thomas and Roberts issued a stinging dissent). BUT the Supreme Court will hear a major religious liberty case involving a Colorado baker who was forced into “reeducation” for being a Christian.

CNN got caught with their hands in the “fake news” cookie jar again, and this time it seems that heads will roll.

Surprise! Unemployment among black Americans fell to its lowest levels in almost 20 years.

Another psycho liberal from Illinois has been arrested for threatening to kill the President.

Funny how liberals ignore the fact that the Border Patrol spends a lot of time saving lives, as they did this past week.

The genius of President Trump’s tweets. 🇺🇸

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