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News You Can Use for March 2, 2017

News You Can Use for March 2, 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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, March 2, 2017.

A nonpartisan analysis of the media’s coverage of President Trump’s first month in office finds that only 3% of the media coverage of Trump was positive! Yes, that’s just 3%.

The Target Corp.’s fortunes continue to collapse. In the months since announcing their support of multi-gender bathrooms, Target’s value has dropped by 30% and the company has lost $15 BILLION!

One British reporter is unmasking the truth about Sweden’s ugly decline into lawlessness.

Disney’s new Beauty and the Beast movie will contain the company’s first “exclusively gay moment.”

Guess what the hypocritical Democrat Party did before allowing DNC voters to vote for their new chairman? THEY VERIFIED VOTER ID’s.

Bill Nye may be a “fake” science guy… but he’s a completely genuine SCHMUCK.

While most of America was busy swooning at the spectacular speech that President Trump delivered on Tuesday night to a joint session of Congress, America’s teachers unions were busy throwing an apoplectic fit. Why? Because the President dares to support school choice.

While liberals worry about “Islamophobia,” a worrisome rise in anti-Semitism is taking place across the country. More than 100 Jewish Community Centers have been targeted with threats in recent days. Jewish cemeteries have been vandalized, and schools have been threatened with bombs. We must stand united against anti-Semitism.

Not all Muslims are celebrating Mahershala Ali’s Oscar victory.

The British courts now consider quoting the King James Bible an “abusive and a criminal matter.” The Bible itself has been made into a form of “hate speech” in the UK.

Be careful when reading the news on the Internet because some companies actually operate both liberal and conservative sites and even use the same articles with slightly different wording for their sites.

Former Utah Governor and Ambassador to China, Jon Huntsman, may soon be named as the next Ambassador to Russia.

The Democrat rebuttal to President Trump’s speech to the joint session of Congress is everything that is wrong with the Democrat Party.

Folks. Civilization was built on coffee and alcohol.

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