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News You Can Use for March 5, 2018

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, March 5, 2018.

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Knife crime has London under siege and her citizens living in a constant state of fear. Interesting, right? No guns, still fears of mass violent attacks.

Our military is ‘overdeployed’ and stretched far too thin. The time has come for Congress to take back the reins of military deployment.

Guess which US State has the worst quality of life in the nation? If you said, California… you’d be right.

Whoa. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has finally admitted that there are indeed Muslim “No-Go” zones in Germany. These are areas where non-Muslims are simply not able to enter without risk to life and limb, and that seemingly exist outside of the Government’s control.

Folks – we cannot give an inch on the 2nd Amendment.

Closing down mental institutions made our nation more vulnerable to mass shootings.

Conservative pundit Tammy Bruce is convinced that 2020 is going to be a very difficult year for the Democrat Party, particularly because the nation will be firmly ensconced in the benefits of President Trump’s economic reforms.

Lisa Palmer dropped out of College, but decided NOT to move out of her dorm room. She’s 32-years old, owes the college $92K in unpaid rent and is literally the world’s worst tenant.

Melania Trump came to America after receiving an “Einstein” visa designated for people with “extraordinary ability.”

One California mayor could be facing federal prison if she continues to obstruct federal agents as they try to do their jobs.

The post-nationalist leftists are also anti-democratic because they are doing their very best to get rid of accountability from below. The anti-nationalists fight for government superiority and rule of the many by the few.

Canada has just ruled that some bestiality is okay.

Remember, if we follow “faithless spies” then our children will fall prey to evil forces.

Uh-oh. Men’s sperm counts are rapidly dropping and scientists can’t quite figure out why. 🇺🇸

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