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News You Can Use for July 1, 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, July 1, 2017.

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A former Iraqi refugee says that Trump’s travel ban is a good thing and that liberals should stop pretending it’s a Muslim Ban.

That’s because securing the blessings of liberty means taking certain measures when allowing people to cross our borders from nations that have been shown to harbor terrorists.

Trump knows this. And Obama did, too, when he also targeted immigrants from the same seven countries under his visa-waiver program in 2016.

So it’s asinine to think one can decry Trump’s executive order as a “Muslim ban,” after having said nothing about Obama’s visa-waiver program, which made few headlines.

CNN’s latest retraction is just the tip of the “fake news” iceberg.

Good news! The Treasury will run out of cash in the next 3 months, leading to default or delay of payments.

The new Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch, is already making his mark and angering liberals.

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough is claiming that President Trump tried to blackmail he and co-host Mika Brzezinski, but the Daily Beast is reporting that sources in the White House say Scarborough is blowing the entire thing out of proportion.

Seriously, does anyone really care about what Donald Trump tweets about a liberal media pundit who hates him?

Boy, the Senate’s healthcare bill is starting to look more and more like Obamacare. Or is it? Journalist Peter Roff argues that the bill’s death has been greatly exaggerated and that the caucus is moving towards getting the bill passed in the near future.

A liberal college professor says it’s not liberals who are shutting down free speech… it’s far-left radicals.

California – apparently a great place to die. 111 Californians have opted to end their own lives under a new state law that gives them the “right” to seek medical help in killing themselves.

The problem with the democratic process is the people.

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