News You Can Use for March 15, 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 Thursday, March 15, 2018.

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This is the most important news story of the last year, but it probably won’t get much publicity in the mainstream media, so it’s up to you to read it and then share it with everyone you know. Read about the REAL collusion story that is going unreported.

Paul Ryan: Let’s Face It, A Pro-Gun, Pro-Life, Anti-Pelosi Conservative Won In Pennsylvania Last Night

The national school walkout revealed one thing about what students who don’t care about liberty, freedom, or your rights really want. They want “safe spaces.”

What these kids have forgotten is that their right to free speech is only as important as my right to self-defense, and neither of these rights is open to debate. These rights are “RIGHTS” and they are sacrosanct.

Hate speech laws are incredibly dangerous.

Confirmed: Facebook’s recent algorithm changes are crushing conservative websites, but boosting liberal sites.

Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is losing control of his caucus to the far-left elements, led by Pocahontas Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).

Illinois’ Republican Governor just signed a law that officially turns The Land of Lincoln into a sanctuary state for illegal immigrants.

New York City’s communist mayor, Bill de Blasio, recently dropped in on the “Today, I am a Muslim Too” rally that specifically targeted “middle America” as racist and hateful. “We are here to show middle America our beautiful signs and, through our beautiful actions and intentions, that they have been misled,” he said. “They’ll see our rally; they’ll question their government.”

By the way, if you’ve ever said “God Bless You” after someone sneezed… or for any other reason… you should know that this is now considered an anti-Muslim ‘microaggression.’

Another good guy with a gun stops a bad guy from hurting an innocent person.

North Korea is a black hole for U.S. Intelligence.

Even Christopher Steele doesn’t actually believe the things he wrote about in his Democrat hit piece on Donald Trump.

Surprise! The discovery of subterranean water in diamonds actually confirms the Genesis 7 worldwide flood account in Scripture.

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