News You Can Use for March 17, 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 Friday, March 17, 2017.

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The Judge in President Trump’s travel ban case just used what amounts to “Twilight Zone” logic to explain his decision.

Perceptions matter and the perception is that President Donald Trump’s policies are working very well.

The current Republican “civil war” is not the sign of weakness that some liberals in the media seem to think it is. In fact, it’s actually a sign that the GOP is in a very strong position.

In President Trump’s blueprint to reorder the federal government we see real echoes of Ronald Reagan’s administration in 1981.

7 things you should know about the UK’s failing national healthcare system, which has finally reached its breaking point.

The liberals at have a plan to defeat Donald Trump… OPEN BORDERS. Not a surprise.

Paul Ryan could be making the biggest mistake of his political career.

This is a great story about the road trip two Texas Congressmen (one Republican and one Democrat) took from San Antonio to D.C.

What has happened to the Republican Party?

How liberal race-baiting culture is cultivating the growth of the alt-right.

A new report from Canada argues that the racism problem there is worse than what is happening in the United States.

College students explain why milk is racist. Seriously.

Violent college campuses reflect a sordid culture and a civilization in chaos.

President Trump’s new budget would finally cut off PBS and NPR, forcing the two public broadcasting groups to operate on their own.

So what happens when the Queen of England dies? Here’s all you need to know…

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