News You Can Use for March 3, 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 3, 2017.

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Here is a list of 44 “Fake News Stories” that have all been propagated by the mainstream media. Enjoy.

Given a choice between President Trump’s optimism and Hollywood’s hateful whining – the American people will side with Trump more often than not. Less than 33 million people watched the Oscars on Sunday, but more than 43 million watched President Trump’s speech on Tuesday.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions did nothing wrong, but his presence in the current debate does us no good… so he should recuse himself from the Russia investigation and appoint an independent prosecutor.

Christianity made Western Civilization (and Europe) great, but it was Free Trade that helped Christianity conquer the Western World and usher in an age of prosperity.

President Trump just signed an order to roll back the EPA’s fascist “waters of the U.S.” rule that saw some Americans fined and harassed for collecting rainwater on their own property!

A recent story in the New York Times details (and celebrates) how the Obama administration deliberately tried to sabotage the incoming administration by disseminating intelligence information throughout the federal government and to foreign governments.

There is a difference between liberals and leftists.

The just confirmed Secretary of the Interior, former Congressman Ryan Zinke (R-MT), arrived to work on Thursday riding a horse. In Washington, D.C. Seriously.

Both Politifact and Snopes were caught lying about what really occurred during President Trump’s recent speech to the joint session of Congress. It’s almost as if the two liberal “fact-checking” websites can’t stomach telling the truth about Democrats.

Dr. Ben Carson has FINALLY been confirmed as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Also on Thursday, Rick Perry was confirmed as the Secretary of Energy.

Politico says that President Trump has been uncharacteristically quiet on Twitter lately and the reason is that he’s happy with how things are going. Which is also why Trump’s latest executive order on immigration was pushed back a few days.

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