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News You Can Use for November 25, 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 Saturday, November 25, 2017.

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Hey! Here’s an idea! Let’s give former IRS chief Lois Lerner a tax-payer funded vacation home where she can feel safer and be under armed guard 24-7.

Merkel and Germany are collapsing under the weight of their bad immigration policies and their dangerous refugee plans.

The left has made a living by faking their feminism, but now the string of sexual assaults and deplorable behavior is forcing them to come clean about what they really believe.

Why has Al Gore been allowed to leave his “inconvenient truths” in the past?

The fall of Weinstein could be bringing a new cultural revolution to America, one where powerful men are no longer given free rein to trample the rights of others for their own sexual appetites.

Linda Tripp is NOT buying the media’s hand-wringing remorse over what they allowed Bill Clinton to do, so many years ago. In fact, it seems like the media’s latest turn towards justice is simply an attempt to find a new way to undermine President Trump.

Giving thanks for freedom and remembering the many men and women who have died in their struggle to attain it.

This is how Democrat insiders are currently rating the 2020 Presidential field. Let’s just say that the field isn’t very enticing.

A year after a devastating 2016 defeat, Democrats are craving new faces with fresh ideas. Yet many of their leading contenders for the White House in 2020 are politicians who have been around for decades. 

There’s also no clear standout in the potential field.

“You have a bunch of Celine Dions but there’s no Beatles,” said Phil Singer, a Democratic strategist who served as press secretary on Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential run.

One RINO just can’t believe that her own dear brother is still planning to vote for Trump in 2020.

The post-Obama gun sales dip has hurt gun retailers. In fact, famed Remington Outdoor may be forced into default because of the downturn in sales.

Scientists are attempting to remind people that scientific “proof” is a myth. 🇺🇸

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