News You Can Use for July 27, 2016

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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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, July 27, 2016.

The state of the race after the RNC.

I’m confused at when it was that Hillary got on Russia’s bad side? It must have been after selling them boatloads of our uranium.

On abortion, the Democrat Party platform basically ignores 21 million pro-life Democrat voters. The new version of the party platform supports forcing all Americans to pay for abortions.

You know that whole, ‘Federal appointments for Hillary donors’ thing… it’s seriously illegal.

The path forward for Hillary Clinton sure looks bumpy.

Some people are starting to realize that Bernie Sanders is just a “shouty statist.”

The RNC is now defending Donald Trump’s contention that Ted Cruz’s father played a role in assassinating JFK.

Does Bill Clinton care that the 2016 DNC is basically a repudiation of everything he ever stood for?

The Media Research Center is trolling the DNC in Philadelphia with a billboard campaign that mocks the media’s glowing coverage of the criminal presidential candidate.

Cleveland and Philadelphia both suspended ridesharing and alcohol rules for the political conventions… so why can’t they just get rid of the rules altogether?

Popular pop-country band Florida-Georgia Line was left without police protection after disrespecting and mistreating their police detail in Iowa… apparently, the same thing happened to the band in Wisconsin too!

On America’s responsibility to be a nation of love as opposed to a nation of tolerance… [score]Cory Booker[/score] (D-NJ) gets it all wrong.

Peyton Manning for President?

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