News You Can Use for April 28, 2017

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Today’s Democrat Party is simply repeating the mistakes that Hillary Clinton kept making.

The Democrats are just plain wrong about Obamacare. Over at the Daily Wire, John Nolte shows that the latest data proves that under Obamacare the American mortality rate… actually went up! So Obamacare actually saw MORE PEOPLE dying than what we had previously.

Oh no! The latest GOP Obamacare deal may be on the verge of collapse. Apparently, the “centrist” GOP representatives can’t seem to find a way to support the new bill.

President Trump’s most important achievement of his first 100 days was his ability to stop the Left in their tracks.

President Trump’s tax plan is terrific.

The new liberal argument for shutting down free speech – ‘Republicans are asking for it by antagonizing violent protesters.’

The latest polls of the presidential race in France show National Front leader Marine Le Pen surging and her opponent, Emmanuel Macron, with reason to be concerned.

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is “troubled” by former Presidnet Obama’s decision to accept a $400K paycheck to speak to the folks on Wall Street. But Warren had no problem accepting an even bigger number to teach one class at an Ivy League school.

Some Democrats are hoping to convince former Boston Red Sox General Manager and current Chicago Cubs President Theo Epstein to become the new leader of the Democrat Party. No, I’m not kidding.

One lawmaker decided to put an end to an Internet troll’s attacks by calling the troll’s grandmother.

Liberal college students are holding a “hunger strike” to protest the conditions with which Yale University forces them to live… but there’s a catch. They “hunger strike” is merely symbolic. In other words, they can eat when they’re hungry!

President Trump promised that he would “drain the D.C. swamp” but sadly, it seems, that the swamp is draining him.

The one-sided entertainment from the White House Correspondents’ Dinner is part of the reason no one really cares about it anymore. 🇺🇸

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