News You Can Use for March 7, 2018

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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 Wednesday, March 7, 2018.

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

Two of the Douglas High School shooting survivors have announced their intent to sue the Sheriff’s Office and the Broward County school system for their ugly deal that allowed Nikolas Cruz to go undetected by our legal system.

The mainstream media just can’t help itself. The latest evidence of their bias has Roll Call blaming the NRA for the growing divide between their organization and the Democrat Party. Instead, I’d suggest, that it’s the Democrats shift to the far left on gun rights that has caused the rift.

Is Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) actually in danger of losing his Senate seat? Probably not, but enough doubt exists as to argue that the GOP needs to work harder to energize our base for 2018.

The GOP is beginning to panic about 2018.

An Obama-appointed judge just handed the Trump administration a major win, arguing that the administration CAN withhold money from California because of their “sanctuary cities.”

A federal judge in Maryland also gave Trump a big victory this week when he handed down his opinion on DACA, saying that the administration could end DACA any time it wants.

President Trump has already won his trade war, the rest of the world just doesn’t know it yet.

In Oregon, a 20-year old man is already suing both Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods for denying him the ability to purchase a new gun based on his age. The legal age to purchase a firearm is 18, so the man is suing both companies for ageism and may actually have a pretty good chance to win.

Why do so many liberals seem to not care about Louis Farrakhan’s ugly anti-Semitism? It’s hypocrisy of the highest order, and it needs to be called out.

With everything going on in our world, guess what members of the Congressional Black Caucus are worried about? They want to crack down on lawmakers sleeping in their offices.

Hollywood actor Ron Perlman (of Hellboy and Beauty and the Beast (the TV Show) fame), is apparently a raging misogynist who thinks it’s okay to mock a woman’s physical appearance if she’s a conservative.

The catastrophic success of #MeToo.

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