News You Can Use for November 10, 2017


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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, November 10, 2017.

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Thoughts on the Virginia political races and what it might mean for the nation.

The Republican swamp got the loss they wanted and now they’re going to try to tame us.

After Tuesday’s losses in Virginia the media is downright giddy about the problems the GOP is having in the Old Dominion, and they’re wondering if President Trump will be the 4th consecutive President to lose Congress.

Meanwhile, the truth of the matter is that the President has done a very good job over the last year and his decisions and policies are having a visible and positive impact on our nation. More than that, the President is doing exactly what he told the nation he’d do during his campaign.

The more we learn about Russia’s attempts at meddling in our affairs the more clear it becomes that there is a very deep, very real connection between the Clinton family and the Kremlin.

In fact, it’s starting to seem like former FBI Director Comey may have obstructed justice by protecting Hillary Clinton from prosecution.

The media has a major credibility problem and they continue to refuse to acknowledge the issue.

Hillary Clinton’s aides have launched a new Super PAC worrying some who believe that the Democrat politician might actually be planning ANOTHER run for the White House.

Is Hollywood’s support of the Left now a liability for the Democrat Party?

Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett are wealthier than the poorest half of the United State combined.

Twitter is destroying itself with its expansion from 140 characters to 280 characters.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the anti-gun freaks who get more upset about our response to shootings than they do about the actual shooting.

The Week is actually encouraging women, moms no less, to stop drinking wine and start smoking pot.

Newsweek is blaming the current string of sexual assault revelations on… Donald Trump.

Feminist attacks on Taylor Swift reveal just how ridiculous the movement has become.

Disney is the absolute worst. But at least there’s more Star Wars coming. 🇺🇸

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