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News You Can Use for July 20, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, July 20, 2017.

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Everyone still hates Hillary, but her few supporters still pretend that it’s not her fault… this is bordering on insane.

On Wednesday, President Trump told the Senate GOP caucus to cancel their plans for an August recess and stay in Washington, D.C. until they were able to find a way to repeal Obamacare. “We shouldn’t leave town until this is complete,” he said during a lunch at the White House. “We should hammer this out and get it done.”

At the National Review, Jonah Goldberg wonders if Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is truly standing against healthcare reform because of his principles, or because it’s a politically expedient way to avoid accountability.

There is a very good reason that healthcare has driven so many presidents insane – it’s an almost impossible task to take on, and yet Americans expect it to be done.

The President’s Base seems ready, willing, and able to go to war with the Republican Party.

President Trump is ending one of the most important foreign policy legacy programs of the Obama era – the USA will no longer arm the anti-Assad rebels in Syria.

There is a showdown coming between the jackal press and the Republican Congress.

While the Democrats moan and complain about President Trump’s Russian connections, they ignore the obviously worse and far more insidious connections between Russia and Hillary Clinton.

Baby Charlie Gard is the face of socialist, single-payer healthcare. As ugly as the situation is, similar examples happen every day in the UK and other nations with socialized healthcare.

Every time someone proposes single-payer, throw Charlie Gard in his face.  He is single-payer – state ownership of the individual.  After single-payer is instituted, will it be possible that this “government of the people, by the people, and for the people, shall not perish from the earth”?

How could anyone possibly hate celebrating “Made in America”? Well, the anti-Trump zealots on the Left and the Right are so passionately opposed to the President that they now hate the “made in America” theme.

Apparently, “gender role’s” in TV commercials has become a big problem in the UK. So big, that the government is actually wasting… I mean, spending… their time fight against them. Leftists are ridiculous.

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