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News You Can Use for October 9, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, October 9, 2017.

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Trump recently had a stern message of warning for North Korea and Iran.

The faux-outrage of the left is getting tiresome, the truth is that President Trump is doing just fine. Even in California some voters think President Trump is doing just fine.

The National Anthem protests have failed, and the NFL is suffering.

Colin Kaepernick promises to be good, if someone would just sing him to play in the NFL again!

Yeesh. President Trump and Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) are just unloading on each other. It’s obvious that neither man likes the other, but it’s unprecedented to see two politicians from the same party go scorched earth on each other when they still have to work together.

The joke is on the lefties who run the late-night comedy shows. The liberal media bubble is Imploding!

President Trump’s legal team seems much more confident in the trajectory of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation and so they’ve begun to ease their resistance to his inquiry in very tangible ways.

ISIS used to be known by their “never say die” philosophy, promising to never surrender… now their fighters are surrendering in numbers never before seen.

A Las Vegas prostitute who spent a lot of time with shooter Stephen Paddock said that the gunman had some very violent rape fantasies and was “obsessive” and “paranoid.” The escort said, “He had a dark and twisted side. But even so, I could never have imagined he would do something like this.”

We still don’t know enough about who Stephen Paddock was or why he did what he did. The sad reality of human nature and the stunning loss of innocence in Las Vegas.

The establishment GOP is in trouble in Tennessee and conservatives are on the rise.

Harvey Weinstein and the DEATH of feminism, and the rise of the PIGS of liberalism.

It seems that Harvey Weinstein’s time as a power-player in Hollywood are over. Good Riddance.

More women are coming forward and detailing the sleazy and disgusting life of media mogul Harvey Weinstein.

“When a girl arrived waiting for Harvey, we all knew what was in store for her. After a little small talk and a sip of champagne, there would be an ‘office tour’ — usually well past working hours, after which the girl would return looking worse for wear and barely able to finish the glass.”

One “office tour,” a term we used jokingly, began with a firm order from Weinstein that his table not be cleared, and so the food sat, untouched, for hours. When the uncomfortable girl finally returned about two hours later, they sat down and resumed conversation as if no time had passed, keeping us there until he decided he was ready to leave, often around midnight.

Another Die-Hard Democrat stronghold is about to turn to the GOP to save their city.

The federal government never lets a crisis go to waste.

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