News You Can Use for June 7, 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 Wednesday, June 7, 2017.

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Former FBI Director Comey is now refusing to answer questions from a bipartisan group of Senators, which begs the question… “what game is he playing?”

Australian police are labeling a shootout in Melbourne a “terrorist attack.”

The majority of Americans believe that religion can still answer most of the world’s problems.

The world’s politicians need to realize that the people of our planet are simply sick and tired of hearing them downplay the horrors of terrorism.

How will the London attacks affect the elections in the United Kingdom?

Britain’s history has made the British people “nice,” but terrorism means that they must learn how to be nasty.

The Russia hysteria is paralyzing Congress – and the worst part is… the vast majority of Americans just don’t care about Russia.

We have to stop our cold civil war from heating up. The last time in our history when a significant portion of the population decided that they could not tolerate another portion brothers went to war against each other.

The liberal elites hate Middle America and their contempt is baked into the idea of identity politics.

Democrat Congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA) is actually asking people to break the law and reveal classified information that could endanger Americans.

No one should have to apologize for being honest about the problems (and they are many) with climate change.

Just a reminder – NASA says that we’ve gained MORE Antarctic ice than we’ve lost. Another example of the alarmists getting everything wrong.

Folks, this could be our 1989.

We are living in times that Thomas Kuhn would call “pre-paradigmatic.” The old is going away, or already gone. What the future holds depends on the ideas that prevail in the great intellectual struggles of public life. I hope we all do what we can to shed light and wisdom on the present and for the future.

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