News You Can Use for November 8, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, November 8, 2017.

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The New York Post introduces us to the heroes of Sutherland Springs.

If recent events have proven anything, it’s that it’s a good idea to bring your gun to church with you. The left and their devious allies want every church unguarded and every conservative unarmed. Sadly, churches make conspicuous targets.

Bernie Sanders was right all along… the game was rigged.

Now the big question is… did Hillary Clinton commit any crimes when she decided to “rig” the Democrat primary? Liberal law professor Jonathan Turley says if Trump could be charged with any crimes – then Clinton is in BIG trouble.

Democrat race-baiting often backfires and there is a very good reason it does.

Democrats used to support corporate tax reform because they knew that such reform would be a big boost to the economy, now, because Republicans are suggesting it… the Democrats are opposing the measures.

In fact, Democrats are opposing the President’s tax plan precisely because they know that the plan will be a HUGE win for American small businesses and their employees.

Let’s face it, it’s either President Trump’s vision for the GOP or we’re headed headlong toward European socialism.

Looking back, the improbable election of 2016 proved a Rubicon moment. Once Trump crossed over the Rubicon, carried by his base of “crazies,” “irredeemables,” and “deplorables,” the die had been cast, and those who were fearful where America had been headed had no choice but to follow him through the river.

President Trump’s trip through Asia is proof that America is done being a chump in Asia.

The Saudi Crown Prince is desperately trying clear the table and consolidate his power. The consolidation could lead to a more moderate Saudi Arabia, but many onlookers are wondering “at what cost?”

How the 2017 World Series mirrored our political world.

Is Roger Goodell deliberately pushing the NFL to the Left?

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