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News You Can Use for July 22, 2017

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Sean Spicer has just resigned as White House Press Secretary and the buzz is that he did so in response to President Trump’s decision to hire Anthony Scaramucci as Communications Director.

The average US household has more student loan debt than ever before.

The Netherlands is quickly going insane. Healthy people who believe that their lives are “full” and that they are ready to shuffle off this mortal coil, may soon be eligible for assisted suicide, even though they face no external reason for ending their lives.

The state of Oregon is quickly becoming part of the fascist left. The most recent example of the statist insanity has Oregon kidnapping two children because their parents’ IQ is “too low.” The state has no evidence of mistreatment or neglect, but took the kids simply because the parents are not intelligent.

Concealed handgun permits hit never before seen highs and it’s all thanks to record numbers of women and minorities

The Iran nuclear deal isn’t working.

The women who married into ISIS are now filled with regret, but they don’t seem to care too much about the victims of their dead husbands.

Though they described their move to Raqqa as disastrous and were full of regret, none of the women voiced much sympathy for, or even awareness of, ISIS’s victims. They often glossed over questions about the group’s many battlefield atrocities, and reports of their public beheadings, massacres of religious minorities, mass rape, and bartering of women — all of which came to global attention after the group’s 2014 takeover of Mosul and northern Iraq.

Arizona’s Dr. Kelli Ward has some good advice for Senator John McCain (R-AZ). She wants him to do what’s best for his state and stand down now, so that a vigorous and healthy representative can take over.

The GOP is squandering a historic opportunity to roll back big government socialism and prove that conservative economic policies always work better. Instead, moderates are wreaking havoc and destroying our chance for a future without socialism.

The Missouri GOP is ready to depose Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO).

The media’s war on Trump will fail, there’s no way it can’t. 🇺🇸

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