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News You Can Use for June 28, 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, June 28, 2017.

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Liberal lawyer Jonathan Turley argues that the President’s travel ban victory at the Supreme Court should force the media to reexamine the way it’s covering the White House.

The GOP Senate vote on healthcare is a make or break moment for the Republican caucus.

Obamacare is a catastrophe on its own terms, but the consequences of not passing its repeal are worse even beyond those awful health-care outcomes. It will forfeit every other Republican goal because failing to deliver on the central promise of eight years of debates and campaigns will shatter the credibility every Republican, not just those who block the bill. 

But…

The Senate GOP healthcare bill is better than you think – whether you’re on the left or the right.

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) seems to believe that the GOP will be vindicated in 2018 when the nation reelects them to lead.

Mike Huckabee is worried that the GOP may be making some major mistakes in their efforts to fix the healthcare problems.

Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) who was a vocal critic of the House healthcare bill has been oddly silent about the Senate version.

How a Whistle Blower became an “enemy of the state.”

The TV News media is OBSESSED with Russia.

With heavy GOP majorities in the House and Senate, and a Republican President, some liberals are turning to federalism to push their agenda. Good for them. Federalism is how our nation is supposed to work.

Are Illinois and Puerto Rico the future of our nation?

The federal government spent $20K (our tax dollars) on a musical about an illegal immigrant lesbian.

The left has embraced anti-Semitism but covers their racism with clever and fancy names.

We now have empirical evidence – Barack Obama’s administration was the most unconstitutional ever. So says the Supreme Court.

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