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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, July 2, 2017.
The Roman Catholic Church hierarchy can’t seem to get on the same page in regards to Charlie Gard, Abortion, Euthanasia, and the Sanctity of Human Life.
Republicans continue to lose the battle over healthcare, even though their ideas are all better than what we currently have in place with Obamacare. Why do they keep losing?
Mediaite makes a very good argument defending Donald Trump’s recent comments about Mika Brzezinski.
The news coverage seemed to omit that the alleged victim of Donald Trump’s tweet, Mika Brzezinski, appears to have essentially dedicated her professional life to personally attacking Donald Trump. And those defending her are naive enough to believe that she is not at fault in any way.
Calling Trump stupid and crazy isn’t a horrible personal attack, it’s just a fact because, let’s face it, Republicans are stupid and crazy, right? So, why would someone retaliate with a horrible tweet just because someone pointed out the obvious truth about them? That is how this deranged thinking goes.
The media is blinded with rage and keeps repeating the same mistakes.
Cracking down on sanctuary cities is the best Trump move yet.
Congress is using the President to deflect attention from their own ineptitude.
Here are a few signs that Donald Trump is really draining the swamp.
Could there really be more than 600 million firearms in the USA?
The minimum wage campaign highlights the contradictions inherent within the “Blue Model.”
Gawker is dead and the world is a better place because of it.