News You Can Use for September 12, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, September 12, 2017.

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The Democrats anti-Catholic bigotry is an outrage and more Americans should be angry… and scared.

9/11 has split the millennial generation in half.

Communism has been slaughtering people for 100 years now and for some reason people on the Left still romanticize the evil philosophy as something to strive for.

Meet the weird looking creepsters who make up Portland’s Antifa criminal organization. A handful of the anti-American, anti-freedom fools who decided to assault police officers were recently arrested and their mug shots are NOT pretty.

There’s no such thing as Islamophobia. Critiquing a religion is a fundamental Western right, not an illness or a phobia.

A picture of a Fort Lauderdale police officer is going viral for an interesting detail that appears in the bottom of the photo.

President Trump likes to be liked, but he’s got to understand that the leftists are NEVER going to like him. He could move further to the left than any Republican President in the history of our nation, and they would still hate him.

One has to wonder if we’re being “softened up” for the coming of AI.

Former White House aide Sebastian Gorka believes that there will be more than a few higher-level White House aides getting fired before Christmas.

Kurt Schlichter at Townhall argues that conservatives are being paranoid about President Trump and that they should just shut up and go along with the President’s agenda.

The Trump boom has arrived and the economy and our wealth creation has kicked into high gear.

Robert Tracinski at the Federalist disagrees with Schlichter and mocks Republican Trump supporters for ever believing the President would stay loyal to them.

Those of us who opposed Donald Trump from the beginning have passed beyond the #NeverTrump phase, past the “take what we can get” phase, and even past the cringing embarrassment that he’s the leader of our party. Now comes the cackling-maniacal-laughter schadenfreude stage. Yes, that’s right. This is so big that we need a really nasty German word to describe it.

Should President Trump continue working with Democrats?

Jim Carrey’s obviously sad but he’s gotten honest too.

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