News You Can Use for July 5, 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 Wednesday, July 5, 2017.

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President Trump has already saved the American people $1 TRILLION when compared to Obama’s spending track record.

The GOP is taking a week off from the hurly-burly of Washington, D.C., but will they have a better healthcare bill ready when they return from vacation?

A Sean Spicer parody account is shattering liberal dreams and hilariously trolling the left.

Keeping Freedom and Growth this 4th of July.

The media may want to paint President Trump as the villain in their fight… but the recent string of high-profile media errors certainly makes it harder to do so.

Trump’s tweets aren’t all bad, but he’s playing a dangerous and politically expensive game. The Trump administration’s fight against the media is helping buoy the major news outlets.

The White House has long viewed attacking the media, dubbed “the opposition party” by chief strategist Stephen Bannon, as a winning strategy. But the nasty turn has also been a boon to the media and the individual reporters who register acts of protest against the administration.

“Ratings are part of it, but the media’s open contempt for this administration is part of it, too,” said Tim Graham, the director of media analysis at the conservative Media Research Center. “I imagine it will continue as long as the ratings keep going up.”

President Obama just made a speech in Indonesia attacking patriotism and nationalism; he probably should have just kept his mouth shut.

Pat Buchanan wonders if America is even a nation anymore…

The anti-liberty lobby: those who claim a right to others’ labor would fit in well with slaveholders. Our founders didn’t revolt so that their children could get state-offered handouts — quite the opposite, in fact.

Catalonia is holding a referendum on Independence from Spain in October, and if it passes… they’ll declare Independence immediately.

The last time gas was this cheap on Independence Day? 2005.

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