News You Can Use for November 9, 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 Thursday, November 9, 2017.

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When it comes to gun control liberals are engaged in “magical thinking” and they’ve allowed their perspective on the gun issues to be warped by fantasies.

Senator Rand Paul’s (R-KY) neighbors are coming to his defense after some in the media have implied that he might have done something to cause his attacker to attack him.

“As a friend and neighbor of the Paul family, I have been disturbed by the inaccuracies in numerous media accounts of the assault that occurred on Friday, November 3rd,” writes Travis Creed in an email to Breitbart News. “The stories of a ‘landscaping dispute’, or a dispute of any sort between Rand Paul and Rene Boucher are erroneous and unfounded. The reason for Mr. Boucher’s bizarre attack is known only to him. Statements to the contrary are irresponsible and unnecessary.”

Senator Paul is updating everyone on his recovery from a recent attack by an unhinged leftist.

Kelley and I appreciate the overwhelming support after Friday’s unfortunate event. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. I appreciate all of the support from everyone. A medical update: final report indicates six broken ribs & new X-ray shows a pleural effusion.

Hundreds of Chinese government agents spent months studying President Trump’s every move, word, and action in an effort to “get to know” the President and to prepare the Chinese leader Xi Jinping for their ongoing talks.

A heartbreaking story out of North Korea reveals that “deformed babies” are being born near North Korea’s nuclear testing areas.

The group painted an extremely bleak picture of the current state of the region, claiming that about 80 percent of trees planted in the city die and that all of their underground wells have run dry due to nuclear activity.

“I heard from a relative in Kilju that deformed babies were born in hospitals there,” one defector told the paper.

Who wants more climate change? USA about to be hit by record producing Arctic Blast.

Donna Brazile is not happy with her former CNN colleague Jake Tapper, who she feels wrongly mistreated her when news broke that she was assisting Hillary Clinton’s campaign in an effort to defeat Bernie Sanders.

A-List Celebrity Charlie Sheen, who was once the highest paid actor on TV, has just been named as the Hollywood celebrity who raped 13-year old Corey Haim back in 1986.

Whoa. Olivia Newton-John’s ex boyfriend who disappeared at sea some 12 years ago, has reportedly been discovered in a small Mexican town.

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