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News You Can Use for July 30, 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 Sunday, July 30, 2017.

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Investigators are getting very close to figuring out who was behind the unmasking and it’s starting to look like members of President Obama’s administration should be getting very worried.

Some conservatives are now wondering why they should be voting Republican if the Republican party won’t actually ever defend conservative policies.

Donald Trump’s “America First” vs. John McCain’s “America Last”… if McCain wins America loses.

Will getting rid of Reince Priebus help President Trump get control of the White House? Maybe.

President Trump has a real opportunity with his new chief of staff, General John Kelly.

Because if he taps into General Kelly’s inherent qualities, the President could actually come out on the far side of these first six tumultuous months looking pretty good. 

The media needs to wake up and look into the Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Pakistani IT scammers because there is much worse going on here than “just” bank fraud.

President Trump MUST WIN, bipartisanship is no longer possible because the Democrat Left has become completely intransigent.

A new study is complicating the trope of the “stupid biogot,” because it appears that smart people are MORE at risk of stereotyping other people.

On Obamacare, the Republican Party achieved nothing. Nothing at all.

The founder of Home Depot explains how his life’s work has taught him that President Trump’s economic polices are indeed what is best for America.

President Trump wants the Senate to end the filibuster but the better option would be to repeal the 17th Amendment.

The Democrat celebration of the Obamacare repeal failure is a celebration of suffering.

Why are “dogmatic” atheists so convinced that they’re right? A new study has some insight.

Scientists believe that detecting alien life will be a long and protracted process, there likely won’t be a eureka moments.

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