News You Can Use for October 17, 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, October 17, 2017.

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Trending: Science is Settled

For our Christian friends who still follow mainstream news sources – why are you doing so? They think we’re all haters and bigots. As Newsweek recently proved. The FRC isn’t even all that conservative – they’re more of a broad collection of evangelicals who happen to hold traditional family values. So if the FRC is a hate-group, imagine what real orthodox conservative Christians must be.

A Muslim pundit is actually arguing that if the West would just embrace Islam then we wouldn’t have any more sex-abuse scandals. Seriously.

The New York Times’ token “conservative” Bret Stephens (more like a token moderate) says that former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon used to regularly leak information against President Trump to the press.

A shocking new exposé in the New Yorker claims that President Trump has openly and routinely mocked Vice President Mike Pence’s religious convictions.

Could Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) be the next Director of the CIA?

Senator Thad Cochran’s (R-MS) health is causing great consternation and concern for Republicans, particularly as they prepare for the upcoming budget fight later this month.

Tit-for-tat? Trump supporters in California recently shouted down the state’s Attorney General and refused to allow the far left politician speak.

Harvey Weinstein and the death of Liberal America.

As ever, hypocrisy underpins everything. Berated from the podium of award ceremonies, we, the plebs, the cattle, the consumers, we are instructed. Don’t be sexist. Don’t be racist. Black lives matter. The liberal elites are better than you. Much better. We are rich, you are not. We know what is best, and if you disagree with our agenda, who cares. We are gods.

They look down on our petty behaviour and sneer, and turn their eyes aside when their friends behave in ways that truly are deplorable.

That is the attitude that allowed Weinstein to bugger his way through busloads of wannabe starlets. 

Yes. Trump is WINNING.

The President just took a wrecking ball to the D.C. swamp and patriotic Americans everywhere are cheering him on.

Chicago is tired of their tax on soda and it looks like the one tax even Democrats will vote to repeal. 🇺🇸

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