News You Can Use for March 13, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, March 13, 2017.

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Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has not been as vocally critical of the healthcare as many of his other more conservative colleagues, but a few days ago he told reporters that without significant changes the bill would be dead on arrival in the Senate. A new report may shed light on why he was reticent to speak out against the bill. Apparently, Senator Cruz has been hard at work behind the scenes pushing for major changes to the bill so that it might satisfy representatives across the GOP spectrum.

While working on the final details of the Obamacare replacement bill the GOP is also preparing a plan to reform the current tax system. However, the House and Senate are far apart when it comes to agreeing on how to proceed with tax reform.

Surprise! Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) will introduce legislation this week to make Obama’s “Dreamers” into American citizens.

The House intelligence committee has asked the executive branch to produce any evidence they might have about the possibility that President Obama’s administration had wiretapped the Trump campaign.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions NEEDS to clean house in the Department of Justice. The DOJ has become an embarrassment to the American system and must be reformed NOW.

20 years after shooting 7 Israeli schoolgirls, a Jordanian mass murderer is returning home and being hailed as a hero.

Donald Trump Jr., says he’s had almost “zero contact” with his dad since he won the presidential election.

Our foreign diplomats are warning everyone to cool it with the Russia craziness.

Resist the Internet, America.

The conservative minority in Hollywood is facing a liberal backlash unlike anything they’ve ever seen before.

“There’s a McCarthyism coming from the left,” said one prominent TV and movie actor who requested his name not be used for fear of professional repercussions. The actor, who is conservative but not a Trump supporter, said political shouting matches have erupted on the set of one of his shows and that a conservative producer he works with has been shunned by colleagues.

“In 30 years of show business, I’ve never seen it like this,” said the actor. “If you are even lukewarm to Republicans, you are excommunicated from the church of tolerance.”

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