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News You Can Use for September 16, 2017

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News You Can Use for September 16, 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 Saturday, September 16, 2017.

Ben Shapiro spoke at Berkeley earlier this week and he explained that the leftwing violence we’ve seen over the last few months has only served to alienate the leftists from the average American.

“Thanks to antifa and the supposed anti-fascist brigade for exposing what the radical left truly is,” Shapiro said in his speech, referring to anti-fascist or “antifa” activists.

“All of America is watching because you guys are so stupid. It’s horrifying, I am grateful, and you can all go to hell, you pathetic, lying, stupid jackasses,” he said.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBTlIweyLiQ

ESPN wants everyone to know that they are all about (and just about) sports. Here’s the thing, if that were true, then ESPN wouldn’t have to release a memo explaining that sports was all they were doing. Liberals are literally sucking the joy out of everything.

We face some HUGE problems in our dealings with Iran, and most of them are President Obama’s fault.

President Trump has painted himself into a corner with his willingness to acquiesce to Democrats on the one issue that played the largest role in his election – illegal immigration. He has told Democrats that he’s willing to amnesty the 800,000 illegal “Dreamers,” and he’s now told the nation that the wall will have to wait.

Details, details, details. In President Trump’s politics, “the overall impression matters more than the details,” writes Newt Gingrich in his book Understanding Trump. This is not only true and insightful, it also explains Trump’s conduct of late.

After the President failed to find ways to get the GOP to do what he wanted them to, of course he turned to the Democrat Party… and they were ready, willing, and able to give him all the support they could muster.

Make no mistake – Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is playing Donald Trump like a fiddle and he will turn on the President as soon as it’s convenient.

The Democrat Party is following Bernie Sanders (I-VT) straight off of a cliff with his latest “Medicare for all” pitch.

The Democrats believe future demographic patterns favor them… they are wrong.

President Trump’s ban of transgenders in the military makes complete sense from a military perspective and from a medical perspective.

Apparently, bald men are perceived as more attractive… and even dominant.

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