News You Can Use for July 24, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, July 24, 2017.

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Former Libertarian leader Wayne Allyn Root argues that President Trump should move forward with “We the people, health care.”

The New York Times editorial board wrote a piece saying goodbye to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and it offers a brief glimpse into everything that is wrong with today’s mainstream media. The editorial board that has managed to write “respectful” pieces about tyrants, despots, mass murderers, and liberal criminals… suddenly couldn’t be bothered to show an ounce of respect for Spicer. It’s ugly, but it’s a perfect example of the bias inherent in today’s media.

So this is terrifying. A Mexican folk religion that involves human sacrifice and is devoted to “Holy Death” is gaining popularity among drug traffickers and violent criminals.

Get Ready because IT IS HAPPENING. A new poll shows Kid Rock (Robert Ritchie) leading the Democrat incumbent Debbie Stabenow in the race to be the next Senator from Michigan!

The current problems in the United States Congress seem to dwarf the concerns in the rest of the Western world. The inability to pass healthcare reform, to fix the failing tax code, to even confirm President Trump’s nominees… you’d think it was America suffering from the onslaught of refugees from the Muslim world.

I’m not sure when the tide began to turn, but today, many of President Trump’s supporters are now celebrating his character flaws instead of just defending them.

President Trump may have won Ohio by a big margin in 2016, but he’s looking to do even better come 2020, which is why he’s holding events in parts of the state that he lost.

The Democrat Party is in a lot of trouble, unless they can find a way to win back the working-class Trump voters that they’ve managed to alienate in recent years.

The Democrat Party’s “opposition” to Donald Trump and the GOP has been “pathetic.”

Six months into Donald Trump’s term, and Democratic politician’s ability to be an opposition party is, in a word, pathetic.

When the poll came out saying that “Democrats stand for nothing more than opposing” Trump, I thought to myself, ‘If only that were true!’” But they can’t even do that well. When House Democratic Caucus chairman Joe Crowley was asked by the Associated Press just what his party’s core message was, he “hesitated” and then said, “That message is being worked on.”

It was as tone deaf (but honest) an answer… 🇺🇸

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