News You Can Use for June 23, 2017

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So about that “Russian interference.”

The FBI’s statement about the Arlington, Virginia attack is simply bizarre. Has the FBI become too politicized to do its job properly?

Seriously, who does the FBI work for?

Considering how ludicrous the FBI’s conclusions are as it relates to an attack on the third ranking member of the House of Representatives, you might reconsider whether to trust the FBI’s conclusions in other areas, as well.

The British police just put a man in prison for saying mean things about Muslims on Facebook. Seriously. The man will sit in prison for more than a year for the “crime” of saying bad things about Islam on social media.

Four of the more conservative members of the Senate say they just can’t vote for the latest healthcare bill… yet.

Surprisingly, the first Trump supporters who are getting frustrated by their chosen leader are the immigration hardliners who feel like Trump has forgotten some of his promises.

While the liberal elites demand that everyone else set aside their “privilege,” those same leftists will never give up their own privilege.

Planned Parenthood’s CEO was whining about being “defunded” which is when Twitter exploded with reminders about how Planned Parenthood wastes their money.

Are we witnessing the end of the old left and right dichotomy and the birth of a new political dichotomy?

A Professor at Trinity College called white people “inhuman a**holes” and said “let them die.”

Liberal lawyer Alan Dershowitz argues that prosecuting the President for his “motives” is a very dangerous slippery slope to be on.

Left-wing politics will destroy the Democrat Party.

It should be clear to Democrats that the progressive message is not resonating with Independents or blue-collar workers — some of whom are within their base. And it is evident that Democrats still haven’t learned anything from the 2016 presidential election. They decided to stick with Pelosi as House minority leader and elected Tom Perez, whose rhetoric has marginalized non-progressives within his own party, as chair of the Democratic National Committee.

Progressivism is ruining the Democratic Party.

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