News You Can Use for October 30, 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 Monday, October 30, 2017.

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Veteran journalist, Sharyl Attkisson asks the most important question of the last couple of years. Is the FBI listening?

CNN’s Jake Tapper is complaining that the Trump administration is trying to turn the scandal spotlight on to other people. Meanwhile, CNN has been caught up in a bit of a scandal as news leaks that they themselves have ties to Fusion GPS that they chose not to disclose to their viewers.

President Trump would like to see investigators turn their gaze to Hillary Clinton and the DNC as they continue to investigate the Russia mess.

Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) told CNN that we now know for sure that President Trump is not under any kind of investigation.  “I think the good news from the president perspective is that he is not under investigation.”

Hillary Clinton and the Democrats have been caught red-handed playing the “Russia Card,” and in so doing may have played right into Vladimir Putin’s dastardly plan.

Another Obama era U.S. Attorney has resigned, and the left is getting positively terrified about the lawyers Trump could replace him with.

Former Fox News anchor Brit Hume took to Twitter this past week to educate folks on how tax cuts actually work.

There’s a great new ballot initiative on California’s 2018 ballot that would see the Golden State carved up into three separate entities – California, Northern California, and Southern California.

Former Democrat Star Parker explains that the dirty secret behind the leftists supposed ‘anti-racism’ movement is that the effort has become a “big business.” In fact, the leaders on the left need the perception of racism to continue because it’s the only way they can make money.

Muslims in Israel are telling Christians not to sell their land to Jews, calling such practice “treason.”

The “knockout game” that the liberal media said “doesn’t exist,” is wreaking havoc in New York City as more and more New Yorkers report being attacked.

Shia LeBeouf’s anti-Trump “art” installation has been attacked again. This time the Internet discovered the ridiculous effort flying over an art museum in Nantes, France. 🇺🇸

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