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News You Can Use for March 12, 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 Monday, March 12, 2018.

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A liberal admits that the Trump presidency hasn’t really been all that bad, once you get past the constant ridiculous drama of it all.

Texas has a lot of positive things to say for the GOP, and a lot of worrisome signs for the Democrats.

Thus far the Trump era has been exactly what he promised during his campaign.

Even the concept of “white privilege” should be out of bounds in polite society. The terminology is simply ugly, angry racism hidden behind the veneer of social justice and academia. The reality is that “identity politics dissolves community, reduces a country to subsets of clans, and obscures the diversity of individual lives.” The left still doesn’t realize that its use of “identity politics” is what is killing their chances of building a stable coalition and becoming a national party.

If you thought that California was already too much of a fascist state, the politicians who live there say ‘You ain’t seen nothin’ yet!’ The California legislature just passed a series of bills that will give the government more control of the housing market – setting up the likelihood for disaster.

In the latest twist in the Trump-Russia prove, some observers wonder what was with that meeting in the Seychelles?

NBC’s Megyn Kelly wonders if Russian premier, Vladimir Putin, “has something on” President Trump?

US Steelworkers like President Trump’s tariff plan but argue that it’s probably “40 years too late.”

The insidious and harmful Obama administration.

This week delivered two bits of very bad news for the Obama Administration: Top Republican lawmakers formally requested the appointment of a special counsel to investigate the Justice Department’s conduct in 2016 and 2017, and long-withheld documents related to the Operation Fast and Furious scandal will finally be released to Congress.

President Trump’s lawyers are considering asking the courts to stop “60 Minutes” from airing their interview with porn star Stormy Daniels.

The US Military caught something on tape that stunned observers. It’s being categorized as a UFO that was flying over the ocean on a straight line and at a high rate of speed.

Being civil doesn’t mean that you surrender. 🇺🇸

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