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News You Can Use for June 29, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, June 29, 2017.

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Trending: Get Ready: 2019 Will Be the Year of Gun Confiscation with Democrats in Power

The media will do anything to hurt President Donald Trump and it’s killing their credibility.

The Supreme Court, conservatives and liberals together, delivered a UNANIMOUS rebuke to the lower courts and said with one voice that noncitizens have no constitutional right to enter our country.

Reality isn’t fair. Seattle’s decision to raise the minimum wage has not been working as liberals said it would, and instead has hurt the people it was supposed to help.

Apparently, people at CNN are feeling really down after getting caught peddling fake news and then getting caught admitting that they KNEW that the news was fake.

CNN’s editor was out of state when his team decided to run their “fake news” piece about Russia collusion. Really bad timing.

California liberals have been trying to expand the state’s definition of what an “assault weapon” is, and a state agency just stopped them in their tracks.

Russian collusion? Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) once said that she NEVER met with the Russian ambassador… except she had, once for a formal meeting about Russian adoption policy. And once she visited the ambassador’s house for a dinner party!

NBC journalist Katy Tur just had her family’s dirty laundry aired in the national media by her transgender father “Zoey” Tur. The father attacked his daughter after the New York Times ran a glowing report on her work with NBC. Nice, right?

Don’t bet against Mitch McConnell on the Senate healthcare bill. Avik Roy at Forbes says the CBO’s predictions about the healthcare bill are “deeply flawed.”

Process vs. Product and why the Democrats keep losing.

Here’s a better direction for Black Lives Matter to go.

Democrat Jimmy Gomez (D-CA) won a seat in Congress almost 1 month ago… but he’s still not doing his job in Washington, D.C. So where is he?

This is the world we live in… Republican Greg Gianforte (R-MT) saw a SURGE in donations after assaulting a reporter.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) is leaving Congress on June 30th at which point he will join Fox News as a contributor. 🇺🇸

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