News You Can Use for July 3, 2017

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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.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, July 3, 2017.

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If Barack Obama’s legacy is preserved, it will be the GOP’s fault:

If Barack Obama’s legacy is preserved, it will be because it was shielded by those who detested him and his policies most.

For eight years, Republicans have railed against the former president’s signature and singular achievement, the Affordable Care Act, vowing to tear it to pieces as soon as they held the reins of power.

The GOP is locked in a do-or-die struggle to deliver on that promise. And it is failing.

Irony of ironies. Moderate Democrats in California are asking far-left activists to stop bullying and threatening their democrat allies.

The modern welfare state is destroying our economic future, but the politicians continue to ignore the real problems.

The media continues to get chummy with the “resistance” even as the GOP works to overhaul our broken healthcare system.

The math doesn’t lie – we must replace Obamacare, and we must do it soon.

CNN’s whiny Jim Acosta continues to complain about President Trump’s attacks on the mainstream media.

Even folks on the left are starting to recognize that some of their allies have lost their ever-loving minds. The media has not been immune to the insanity, and Michael Goodwin at the New York Post argues that the media will likely never recover.

What the left and their friends in the media don’t seem to understand is that you simply cannot artificially control healthcare costs.

Health and Human Services Director Tom Price was a guest on NBC’s Meet the Press Sunday morning when all Chuck Todd wanted to talk about was President Trump’s tweets. Price politely begged off the question and asked if they could just talk about REAL issues instead of twitter.

Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) is the weakest link in the GOP’s attempt to hold on to the majority in the Senate in 2018.

There is more to work than just making money.

Fake news can be a very slippery slope.

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