News You Can Use for July 4, 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 Tuesday, July 4, 2017.

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Happy Independence Day, America!

Have no fear ladies and gentlemen, the generation after millenials will vote for Republicans.

“This generation is different, and they are about to have a profound impact on commerce, politics and trends,” Brauer concludes. “If politicians and business leaders aren’t paying attention yet, they better, because they are about to change the world.”

The President is right. We have an opportunity to become energy dominant, not just energy independent.

Global Warming: the Imminent Crisis that NEVER arrives.

While Democrats embrace laws to protect law-breakers, Republicans are passing laws to provide sanctuary for the law-abiding.

Liberal journalists are angry that the NRA is pointing out the trend towards violence that is pouring out of the left today.

Democrats (and the media) are using the same playbook against Donald Trump that they’ve used against every Republican President since Nixon… Trump is just the first to fight back.

The media’s constantly enraged reaction to everything that Donald Trump does could desensitize an already hardened population.

President Trump is changing the rules of the game:

President Trump understands that the current informal-but-very-real rules of the game have allowed Mika and Joe (and the rest of the media-political world as well) free rein to savage him and his family, while he is supposed to be a gentleman and just take it while they get support for attacking him.
That’s what President George W. Bush did, and it cost him dearly, unto this day.  His suffering may be noble, but that form of greatness does not seem to interest President Trump.

While Democrat Illinois goes bankrupt, GOP run states embrace bold reform to solve their problems.

Democrats should be very careful about falling under the spell of the siren-song that is single-payer healthcare.

High quality vocational education is making a comeback, and our nation will be all the better for it.

“Reagan Rising” is your must-read of the summer.

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