News You Can Use for October 24, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, October 24, 2017.

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Trending: Amid Global Turmoil, Iran Sends More Threats To US

The Russia probe has taken a turn, and the Democrats are not very happy about it.

Human Rights hero Bill Browder has just been unjustly banned from the USA. His crime? Daring to speak out against Vladimir Putin.

Surprise, Not Surprising. Bernie Sanders says that he’s going to run for reelection as an Independent. What does it say about the Democrat Party when their most popular politician isn’t himself a Democrat?

Russian President Vladimir Putin is a bad dude, and we don’t like him… but we can agree with him from time to time. Like the comment he made over the weekend when he argued that Donald Trump won the Presidency and people should start giving him and his supporters some respect.

“Inside the country, disrespect is shown for him. This is a regrettable negative component of the U.S. political system,” Putin said. “One can argue but one can’t show disrespect, even not for him personally but for those people who voted for him. Mr. Trump was elected by the American people. And at least for this reason, it is necessary to show respect for him, even if you do not agree with some of his positions.”

Something truly seems to be wrong with Nancy Pelosi. Either she’s just gotten too old to serve, or her mental capacity is slipping due to some undisclosed illness.

While the DNCC is having a hard time raising cash, the Democrat candidates themselves seem to be doing just fine.

Meet a pair of police officers who deserve to lose their jobs and go to prison.

Comedian Bill Murray was not happy with a man who attempted to make a $3 donation to help Puerto Rico recover from the hurricane.

The shooting in Las Vegas has done very little to change the public’s opinion of what should be done about gun control and our gun rights.

Our favorite actor, James Woods, is at it again. This time, he was on Twitter trolling RINO Bill Kristol and tweeting out the Best Tweet Ever. Seriously.

Milo Yiannopoulos is getting back on his horse and making waves with the media – this time he’s doing it “down under” at sellout shows in Australia.

President George W. Bush is obviously the funniest of our former Presidents.

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