News You Can Use for November 21, 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 Tuesday, November 21, 2017.

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Wow. The GOP is actually showing some backbone in the fight to pass tax reform.

This is funny. Former IRS chief, Lois Lerner, is worried that she could face retaliation from an enraged public if their depositions in a court case are unsealed.

The best way to prevent mass gun violence in the United States is to embrace the 2nd Amendment and celebrate our right to bear arms.

Switzerland rivals the United States in gun ownership yet experiences only one-tenth of the gun violence. How can this be? It is because the Swiss celebrate gun ownership as a patriotic duty and conjoin it with high gun responsibility.

A 3rd accuser has come forward claiming that Senator Al Franken (R-MN) touched her inappropriately during a photo op at the Minnesota State fair.

Minnesota’s Democrats should be very worried as their state has been trending to the right for several years now and it was going to be a tough road ahead for them even before the Franken allegations began to pile up. Now, the picture is getting even rosier for the GOP.

While the Democrats may have done well on election night two weeks ago, the warning signs across the Rust Belt are all still blaring. The Democrats have a major problem in the Midwest, and it’s only getting worse as the Trump economy improves life in the Rust Belt.

It’s not just liberal Hollywood stars and leftwing politicians getting caught up in the sexual assault craze… it’s leftist reporters too. The New York Times just announced that they were suspending one of their most important reporters, Glenn Thrush, over new allegations of sexual harassment have come to light.

About the only thing that Never-Trumpers can agree on is the fact that they are “Never Trump.” Today, they are only a tiny, divided minority of the country… but they sure are loud.

While the Obama administration seemingly refused to fight back against gun crime, or to even prosecute it when the opportunity presented itself, the Trump team (led by Attorney General Jeff Sessions) is tackling the problem head on.

Sadly, a rising GOP star in Ohio has come crashing down after he was discovered to be living a double life. GOP Congressman Wes Goodman is a married father and has been called the “conscience” of Ohio’s conservatives… but now he’s resigning in shame after being discovered in gay relationship.

Katy Perry has been indefinitely banned from China. But it’s for a good cause – Perry expressed support for Taiwan and showed solidarity with anti-Chinese freedom advocates. We don’t love Katy Perry’s politics (usually) but on this one, we’re standing with her.

President Trump is right. He should get credit for bringing home imprisoned Americans. 🇺🇸

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