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News You Can Use for April 21, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, April 21, 2017.

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Newt Gingrich doesn’t understand how Democrats could pretend that they’d won a “moral victory” in Georgia. As he explains in a recent op-ed for Fox News… “almost” doesn’t win elections.

The Democrats have now spent a lot of money to almost win two special elections.

“Almost” doesn’t win elections.

President Trump will continue to focus on his agenda and a failed $8 million campaign in Georgia is not going to stop it.

It sure seems as thought the FBI knowingly used bad information to “trump” up evidence in an effort to spy on Donald Trump and his associates. If they did, what will be done about this rampant abuse of power?

The GOP needs to deliver a victory to the American people, and soon.

If Republicans don’t follow through on what they’ve been promising, what they’ve said for years they will deliver, they not only will lose in 2018, they will deserve it.

Liberal Brit Piers Morgan sadly memorializes the death of freedom of speech in the West. He argues that today’s liberals are destroying the hard fought liberties that yesterdays’ liberals battled so long to win.

The federal government should look inward in their efforts to expand school choice. In particular, the federal government should cut the cord on hand more control over to the local communities in their efforts to strengthen school choice freedom.

Liberals and conservatives should both be happy about the newest Supreme Court justice. Neil Gorsuch is more conservative than Merrick Garland, but he’s also more liberal.

Is the USA sabotaging North Korea’s missiles?

Big changes could be coming in France where the population is PRIMED for a populist wave.

The USA is going after WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

The media’s fandom of Chelsea Clinton is pathetic.

Hillary Clinton is a Loser.

So, what in the world is Bill O’Reilly going to do now?

President Trump and the GOP have got to let their love-affair with Bill O’Reilly go.

Scientists are taking a stand against the hypocritical academic boycotts of Israel.

There is no “religious left.”

Frog slime can cure the flu. Seriously.

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