News You Can Use for April 22, 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, April 22, 2017.

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The Democrat Party is in crisis, even if they refuse to acknowledge it.

Berkeley once stood for free speech… now it stands for fascism, violence, and leftist hate.

Nobody in D.C. wants Congress to shut down, but there are a lot of roadblocks facing legislators.

The Clinton team’s response to a new “tell all” book that unmasks the tempestuous presidential campaign is actually helping to bolster the book’s point. But the Clinton still doesn’t get it.

Russia continues to flex its muscle and provoke its neighbors. The Russians seem to actually be trying to get a rise out of other foreign powers from Asia to North America. Russia says that they are NOT moving their troops closer to North Korea as tensions mount.

The Treasury Department has decided NOT to give Exxon Mobil a special waiver to do business with Russia (which is currently under sanctions).

Terrible Democrat candidate Jon Ossoff didn’t vote in 2012 because he was going to college abroad and it was just too hard to get an absentee ballot in the backwater city of… London.

The White House is once again pressuring GOP leaders to make sure that they get Obamacare repealed and replaced NEXT WEEK. By the way, Obamacare isn’t actually making anyone, anywhere healthier.

Somehow, an illegal immigrant who has been sheltering in a Denver church is being called one of the 100 most “influential” people… apparently, influence doesn’t mean what it used to.

President Donald Trump’s “Buy American, hire American” policy may sound nice… but it’s really a bad idea.

The professional class is kicking against the D.C. establishment goads.

Farewell to the king of cable news. Bill O’Reilly’s fall from grace is the end of an era for cable news.

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