News You Can Use for March 13, 2018

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, March 13, 2018.

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Folks, the Democrats are in a lot of trouble in 2018.

Not surprising – science says that liberal beliefs are linked to psychotic traits in people.

The Trump’s traveled to Pennsylvania to campaign for Republican Rick Saccone (R-PA). The special election is today and will play an important part of the political narrative over the coming days, weeks, and months.

Is President Trump’s push for tariffs on steel and aluminum about more than just those industries?

The Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee are preparing to announce that they’ve found no evidence of collusion. The Democrats on the committee would of course prefer to keep investigating.

Conservative columnist George Will wonders, how long will we remain in Afghanistan?

The gun debate is unique in many different senses, but there is one way that what we allow boggles the mind. In no other argument, about any other issue, would we allow the level of ignorance that is allowed in the debate about guns. (Particularly on the left, the lack of knowledge about the subject is infuriating.)

Here’s a note to the mainstream media – please stop allowing Douglas High School student David Hogg to say whatever he wants, no matter how ridiculous, without challenging it.

Governor Rick Scott (R-FL) should veto Florida’s bad anti-gun bill.

In most states and localities there is already an official, legal way to seize guns from dangerous people.

Racism is still alive and well in our colleges and universities. In fact, the more prestigious, expensive, and “progressive” the school, the more likely you’ll be to find racism running rampant.

Racism isn’t the only terrible thing about college these days, here are 5 of the worst things about college in America today.

Europe’s continual denial about Islam has become a “way of death” for the continent.

Vice President Mike Pence says that leftwing talking head Joy Behar apologized personally to him, but that she should still apologize publicly to the millions of Christians that she maligned. 🇺🇸

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