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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, October 7, 2017.
Hollywood bigwig Harvey Weinstein is in a world of trouble as MANY allegations about sexual harassment (and worse) have now come to light. The embattled media mogul’s troubles are also threatening to shake the worlds of the Clinton and Obama families, as both sets of politicians and many of their allies have taken LARGE SUMS of money from Weinstein over the years.
We must continue to stand against the “misguided moral superiority” of the gun-grabbing leftists. Their proposals would do nothing to stop these evil mass shootings, but they would undermine the rights and freedoms of law-abiding Americans.
How the Trump administration finally decided to decertify the Iran Nuclear Deal. Or did they? At Politico, Eliana Johnson says that the President is preparing to “wound” the Iran Deal and then to swoop in to save it.
Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock had tried (and failed) to purchase Tracer Rounds, and authorities found his car filled with 50 lbs. worth of explosive compounds. His girlfriend Marilou Danley has told authorities that he used to lie in bed moaning and screaming in his sleep, possibly indicating mental instability.
Since they can’t seem to beat GOP candidates in the general election, Democrats are planning to sow chaos in the upcoming Republican primaries. The idea: Elevate the GOP’s most extreme option in each race, easing Democrats’ path to victory in a range of states tilted against them.
Both parties are unsure how to proceed in the Alabama Senate race to replace Luther Strange (R-AL).
On the heels of a divisive and expensive Republican primary and with polls showing a potentially tight race, national Democrats and Republicans are grappling with the same question: whether, and how much, to invest in the special election for the Alabama Senate seat vacated when Jeff Sessions became attorney general.
The Washington Examiner’s Byron York delivers 10 reasons that everyone should just stay calm about those Russia Facebook ads.
Who in the world was protecting that communist West Point graduate and why in the world were they doing it?
Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld ripped the late night writers at the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for deciding to appeal to their peers instead of their audience in a recent clip that fawned all over Hillary Clinton.
Ivanka Trump says we need to start teaching tech in Kindergarten.