News You Can Use for March 10, 2018

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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 Saturday, March 10, 2018.

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Why is the media refusing to report on the Obama-Hezbollah scandal? It’s huge, and yet the media is SILENT.

Politico published a jaw-dropping, meticulously sourced investigative piece this week detailing how the Obama administration had secretly undermined US law enforcement agency efforts to shut down an international drug-trafficking ring run by the terror group Hezbollah. The effort was part of a wider push by the administration to placate Iran and ensure the signing of the nuclear deal. Now swap out “Trump” for “Obama” and “Russia” for “Iran” and imagine the eruption these revelations would generate.

Yet, as it turns out, there’s an exceptionally good chance most of your neighbors and colleagues haven’t heard anything about it.

When California inevitably loses in their struggle against the Trump Administration, liberals will only have one person to blame… Barack Obama. Obama set the precedent for Trump to sue California, when Obama sued Arizona over their immigration laws.

CNN finally admits that Kennesaw, GA, a town where guns are legally “required,” is one of the safest cities in America.

175 years later, two of President John Tyler’s grandsons are still alive! It’s an amazing story.

Florida lawmakers just voted to get their state out of the Daylight Savings back-and-forth, and instead have chosen to make daylight savings last all year long.

The mass exodus from Deep Blue states continues – Illinois and California are the “best” (worst) examples of this trend, but it’s happening in many other Blue States (Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, etc) too. California has lost a net total of almost 245,000 people during Gov. Jerry Brown’s tenure, which is almost as much as Illinois has lost over the last decade or so.

California is in chaos. The unchecked dominance of the Democrat Party has left the state in shambles with epidemics of homelessness, and drug abuse and piles of waste on the streets.

So the next time a Democrat tells you they know best, laugh and let them know your family deserves better than poo maps, hazmat homeless camps, and little girls having to avoid drug needles on the sidewalk.

Parents should be terrified of social media, because pornography isn’t the only horrible thing they’ll find. In fact, it may not even be the worst thing they’ll find.

Washington, D.C.’s transit system is a complete and utter mess… but the Transit Authority is focused on selling leggings instead of fixing their problems.

The Queen of England just pardoned WWII code-breaker Alan Turing for being gay. Turing was chemically castrated, before committing suicide, after he was convicted of committing homosexual acts. 🇺🇸

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