News You Can Use for March 9, 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 Friday, March 9, 2018.

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The latest polling of the all-important swing states has some major warning signs for the Democrats, who look less and less likely to take back the Senate.

Get Ready folks… Obamacare premiums could spike anywhere from 35% to 90% over the next few years.

The mystery of the dead Russian mercenaries in Syria continues to deepen. The situation begs the question, ‘is Putin as in control of Russia as we think he is?’

The surviving students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have every right to protest, but they should also recognize that they have NO IDEA what they’re talking about.

The United States is about to become the world’s top crude oil producing nation, defying all of the naysayers, and proving the leftist fearmongers completely wrong… about everything.

The media’s decision to continue ignoring the Democrat Party’s deep connection to Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, reveals their toxic bias against the GOP and conservatives.

Every American that is interested in politics and has an online presence is now also a ‘Russian Bot.’ The reality is that we don’t need help from the Russians to tear each other apart online.

On trade, President Trump has found unlikely allies with far-left Democrats like Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH).

When Trump hastily announced he would be placing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, a proposal deemed sacrilegious by traditional Republican orthodoxy and sure to win him few allies. One of them was Brown, who welcomed action he said could stop China from dumping steel into the U.S. market, calling it “well overdue.”

Such an alliance has incensed Republicans, even those closest to Trump, who are concerned the tariff push will undermine the benefits they hope to reap from a good economy and new tax cuts while boosting rivals they need to defeat in November.

Some Republicans agree with Trump’s take on tariffs and argue that issues like this are the real reason the President was elected in 2016.

If the left and the right really want to defeat populism, there is one sure fire way to do it.

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