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News You Can Use for November 15, 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 Wednesday, November 15, 2017.

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CNN has spoken to more than 50 lawmakers about the problem of sexual harassment in Washington, D.C. and almost all of them said that they have personally experienced sexual harassment on the Hill.

Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D-CA) says that she knows of at least two members of Congress, one Democrat and one Republican, who have sexually harassed their staffers.

Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.), a member on the committee, also said she had heard of a congressman who is currently serving who had exposed himself to a young female staffer. She did not know the identity of the congressman.

The latest gun ban effort from Senate Democrats could see gun owners who lend out their AR-15’s getting prison time for doing so.

As is typical for gun control introduced by Feinstein, her “assault weapons” ban does much more than ban assault weapons. It also bans “high capacity” magazines and bump stocks, and creates a punitive system whereby AR-15 owners could face prison time for loaning their rifle to a friend. 

The armed good guy in the Texas church shooting saved MANY lives. In fact, good guys with guns save lives every single day.

President Trump used his growing influence with China to ensure the release of three college basketball players who were being held by the government on charges that they had shoplifted from a Louis Vuitton store.

Former DNC head Donna Brazile made an appearance at the University of Chicago on Monday night where she proceeded to mock CNN, and complain about Hillary Clinton’s campaign team.

The anti-Israel leftists at J-Street are using Steve Bannon’s admission that he is a “Christian Zionist” in their efforts to fundraise against President Trump and Israel.

Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro tore into Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a private meeting with President Trump. Pirro argued that Sessions’ refusal to investigate Hillary Clinton should be ground for firing Sessions.

Jeff Sessions needs to follow his prosecutorial instincts and open a federal criminal investigation into the actions of Hillary Rodham Clinton and impanel a grand jury immediately,” Pirro said in a September episode of her show. “This woman should not get a free pass because she lost an election. Her reign was one of bold, brazen in your face pay-to-play corruption.”

Judge Pirro may not have to worry because the New York Times is reporting that the Justice Department is weighing the possibility of launching an investigation into the Clinton Foundation and the Uranium One deal.

Juanita Broaddrick, one of Bill Clinton’s many victims, is glad that the left and the media are FINALLY starting to pay attention to Bill Clinton’s crimes.

Bill Clinton may soon face a reckoning.

Uh-oh. One of the most important GOP mega-donors, Sheldon Adelson, is publicly separating himself from Steve Bannon.

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