Neil Gorsuch

News You Can Use for October 8, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, October 8, 2017.

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President Trump was recently seen tweeting that only “one thing” will work in solving the North Korea problem.

“Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid hasn’t worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S. negotiators,” Trump wrote in tweets.

“Sorry, but only one thing will work!” he added.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement is warning California, and the rest of America, that by doubling down on their “Sanctuary Status” they would only be making things much worse for everyone.

“ICE will have no choice but to conduct at-large arrests in local neighborhoods and at worksites, which will inevitably result in additional collateral arrests.”

There are still many unanswered questions from the mass shooting in Las Vegas. The woman who was seen sharing a room with the Las Vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock, was apparently a prostitute.

The reason so many Americans hold fast to the 2nd Amendment is because they (and their forefathers) don’t trust the elites who disdain them to take care of them.

Those who create our culture feel free to lecture normal Americans—on news shows, on late night comedy shows. Why do they have such a propensity for violence? What is their love for guns? Why do they join the National Rifle Association? The influential grind away with their disdain for their fellow Americans, whom they seem less to want to help than to dominate: Give up your gun, bake my cake, free speech isn’t free if what you’re saying triggers us.

ISIS is surrendering in droves in Iraq after going months without being fed or paid.

NPR tries to tell the story of how Obamacare is ruining people’s lives without actually telling that story. Instead they pick wealthy families who are only bothered by the costs increases… not the millions who can barely pay the rent. In fact, NPR says “Millions” have gained coverage, and “Millions” more have “better” coverage without explaining that an even larger number have seen their coverage get worse and more expensive.

Could Justice Neil Gorsuch deal a death blow to the public sector unions?

American women have minds of their own and that bothers Michelle Obama.

We need MORE men with guns, not fewer.

The Democrat Party has shifted FAR to the LEFT and it’s killing America.

This is the most bizarre murder case in the world right now, and it involves a billionaire and a submarine.

A sweet piece on motherhood and parenting from Mary Katherine Ham. 🇺🇸

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