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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, July 16, 2017.
Ugh. Here are 5 backroom deals that were baked in to the latest Senate Healthcare bill.
If Congress doesn’t get started on tax reform now… It will NEVER happen.
Vice President Mike Pence just hired a 34-year old wunderkind to be his next chief of staff. Some wonder if this is Pence’s way of preparing to take over the Presidency.
Are we witnessing the birth of a new Franco-American alliance?
Some major corporations are pouring MILLIONS into President Obama’s foundation.
Leftists want “Single Payer” healthcare but California is warning them, it’s really not worth it.
Texas posts another win for freedom with their decision to allow their citizens to carry the long bladed knives that are already legal for them to purchase and own.
Is it time to decentralize our federal government bureaucracy and move (some of) the federal government agencies to the Midwest?
One question has vexed the world about Islam for more than a decade.
“Bungled” collusion should probably still be considered collusion, the problem is that attempted collusion can’t be.
Ewwww… “Slime” eels cause a multiple car pileup on a highway in Oregon.
The faux-Indian Elizabeth Warren is fundraising off the fact that Kid Rock is running for Senate.
The drug cartel violence continues to escalate and it recently spilled across the border into the US of A.
This year’s Emmy Awards serve as evidence that America has lost its way culturally.
There is a house hanging off of a cliff in the San Francisco Bay area that is attracting bidders even with it’s precarious position and its $850K price tag.
Meet the lifeform that scientists say will last until the sun burns out.