News You Can Use for March 2, 2018

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, March 2, 2018.

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Trending: Thanks to Obama, California is Engulfed in Forest Fires

The Democrats are already paving the way for their own defeat in 2020.

There is no easy way to say this, Russia is now a rogue state.

In four different instances in the past four weeks, the U.S. government, often with allies throughout the world, has publicly called out Russia’s bad online behavior and made clear it is behaving as an outlaw nation.

Broward County schools and the Broward County Sheriff’s Office are both fighting to keep exterior surveillance video from the day of the mass shootings at Douglas High School under wraps. One has to wonder, ‘what are they trying to hide,’ and ‘why?’ It’s time for the public to see exactly what happened outside the school that day.

What is President Trump doing as he enacts a one man “good cop, bad cop” routine with the NRA and 2nd Amendment supporting Americans.

Liberal Jewish organizations are beginning to notice that the Women’s March is really friendly with the racist, anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan. It’s not just the Women’s March, many Democrats have a very cozy relationship with the evil Farrakhan.

Over at NPR we are finally getting an honest discussion about the “Russian Interference” narrative and the journalists there agree… the entire story has been wildly overblown.

Earlier this week, President Trump delivered to stunning political surprises that shocked Washington, D.C.

The latest challenge to Obamacare poses a serious threat to Barack Obama’s last remaining political legacy. Now that Congress has eliminated the “tax” portion of the healthcare law, it stands to reason that the law has become unconstitutional.

The problem? Our current government is saddled with people who are stuck in the 1970s.

Uh-oh. It sure looks like National Security Adviser Henry McMaster may be on his way out.

Public-sector unions deserve to be destroyed.

So. Weird. Women in Oaxaca, Mexico are marrying trees in an effort to save them from illegal logging.

Cameras with brains are coming and this could either be the beginning of something brilliant or something devastatingly dangerous.

The ivory tower that is college education in America seems poised for collapse, and the schools only have themselves to blame.

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