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News You Can Use for June 3, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, June 3, 2017.

Canada has just passed a totalitarian bill that would allow the government to seize the children of parents who hold “traditional” Christians beliefs.

Bill 89 gives the state more power to seize children from families that oppose the LGBTQI and gender ideology agenda, and allows government agencies to effectively ban couples who disagree with that agenda from fostering or adopting children.

Barack Obama may be going insane. It’s almost as if he thinks that he’s still the POTUS. But he’s not.

 Barack Obama, who moved out of the White House on January 20 and, we all hoped, into obscurity, is trying to be the shadow president, refusing to duck out of the spotlight as he tries to discredit President Trump at every turn.

On Thursday, when Trump pulled the United States out of the Paris Climate Accord — one of Obama’s signature policies — the former president went bat crazy. 

Congressman Mark Pocan (D-WI) has been identified as the anonymous member of Congress who is helping an anti-Semitic, anti-Israeli group use tax payer funding to hold a forum on Capitol Hill.

The United Nations’ Secretary General finally gets one right – says that the denial of Israel’s right to exist is “anti-Semitism.”

The leader of the Jesuits, an order within the Roman Catholic Church, says that the Devil isn’t real, h’e just a “symbolic figure” that we’ve invented. Yes, that is “Christian” leader saying the Bible is wrong, Jesus was a liar, and the church fathers should be ignored.

The Commerce Secretary slammed NBC’s Matt Lauer for his biased reporting on the Paris Climate deal hubbub. Wilbur Ross correctly lambasted the host for refusing to consider the opposing viewpoint, while regurgitating leftist talking points.

Unlike many other world leaders, Russia’s leader, Vladimir Putin chose not to attack President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Treaty.

A new poll finds that 60% of Trump voters believe the media is the “enemy” of people like them.

Thankfully, Wisconsin has knocked down a ban on allowing parents to make baked goods for consumption at their kids schools.

As the cultural decay in America has spread, so too have the incidents of childhood depression. As the family structure has broken down, more and more kids are reporting psychological distress.

Colleges are now celebrating diversity with segregated commencements. How does that make sense? It doesn’t. 🇺🇸

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