News You Can Use for August 20, 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 Sunday, August 20, 2017.

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Tell every voter you know, that the best way to revive our economy, to restore growth, and to unleash our economic engine… is to repeal Obamacare.

The media has focused their ire on President Trump, but the truth is that Obamacare itself is what is causing Obamacare’s massive rate hikes.

ObamaCare was supposed to fix the individual insurance market with its “enlightened” government mandates and regulations, which banned insurance companies from considering risk when setting their rates — like every other insurance market does. Instead of fixing the market, it has produced catastrophic failure.

So don’t be fooled. Today’s market meltdowns would be happening if Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders or Bozo the Clown were sitting in the White House. And as long as ObamaCare remains the law of the land, these failures will continue.

A federal judge is demanding that the IRS began revealing the names of the employees who were involved in targeting conservative Americans and to do so asap.

It’s not President Trump that the media and their friends on the Left hate – it’s us.

CNN is now defending Antifa by arguing that sometimes peace comes through violence.

The acerbic Ann Coulter has another winning essay. This time she points out that when the leftists violently assault their opponents… it’s with “love” in their hearts.

Did Steve Bannon lose? Did the Globalists win?

Is there really a way to tame North Korea without having to use a “military option?”

The media narrative on Charlottesville has all been about undermining President Trump, it even forced the CEO’s on Trump’s advisory council to flee their posts.

The parents of a criminal thug who was killed trying to rob a restaurant should still be alive. In fact, they think it’s unfair that the victims of his attempted crime had the ability to defend themselves.

This is a must-read story about an immunologist who found a revolutionary new way to fight back against cancer… using HIV.

How to know if you’re trapped in a bubble of mass hysteria… and what to do when you realize that you are.

Apparently, binge-watching television is what is messing with your sleep cycle. 🇺🇸

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