News You Can Use for September 18, 2017

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Another riot in St. Louis as 9 vandals are arrested after 23 businesses were vandalized.

Yes, even speech we hate is and must be protected by the First Amendment.

President Trump is disarming his party’s establishment as they both learn that he’s the only Republican who can take on his base while working with Democrats—and not suffer much at all.

People might be upset with Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to uphold our laws, but the simple truth is that all he has done is return he Department of Justice to the rule of law.

Is the Party over? Are both the Democrats and Republicans finished?

There are many supporters of President Trump who are now very worried about what the future might hold on immigration, but is there really a reason to worry?

These screamers from the entertainment wing of the Republican Party are part of the reason for our present troubles with immigration policy. Immigration is a practical problem with practical solutions, yet the second anybody proposes one, somebody starts shrieking “amnesty” to attract a crowd.

Learn what it’s like to be a conservative on a college campus from someone who has been forced to suffer the indignities of leftwing smear tactics.

The Republican Senate primary in Alabama is now President Trump and the establishment against anti-establishment, Trump supporting conservatives. To make the race weirder – Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL) and former Trump confidante Steve Bannon have endorsed Judge Roy Moore, the opponent of the man that Trump has endorsed.

Don’t fool yourself. Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer did not fool President Trump – he knew exactly what he was doing.

Sometimes border walls do work… and they work well. In Hungary, the border wall has cut illegal immigration by more than 99% since its implementation.

The surreal blessing of President Donald Trump.

If the “Dreamers” are allowed to stay, they can never be allowed to vote.

Venezuela isn’t the only Latin American nation threatening to turn despotic.

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