News You Can Use for March 28, 2017

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One of the problems with the recent health care debate is that President Trump doesn’t really have a mandate to push Paul Ryan’s agenda – remember, he was elected by a new group of GOP voters.

The healthcare debate proves that President Trump is nothing close to a “dictator,” as he couldn’t even get a moderate “fix” of Obamacare through Congress.

Oh, by the way, Democrats should be eager to work with President Trump and the GOP to “fix” Obamacare.

7-years in and Paul Ryan still wasn’t ready to take care of Obamacare.

The healthcare debacle is, at its core, a failure of leadership from the White House.

President Trump’s approval ratings don’t matter and won’t matter in the future.

Political Islam is wholly anti-American. Political Islam implies a constitutional order fundamentally incompatible with the U.S. Constitution and the ‘constitution of liberty’ that is the foundation of the American way of life.

Some in the media have been hyperventilating about “where” Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-CA) read the reports showing that team Trump had been spied on, when they should be worried about who was doing the spying. Eli Lake has Nunes explanation for why he was at the White House.

Nunes doing nothing wrong hasn’t stopped Democrats from acting like partisan hacks and attacking him.

While the Freedom Caucus has been getting the blame for killing Ryancare, the truth is that it was the GOP moderates that did the bill in.

Chuck Schumer is breaking the Senate, much as his predecessor “Dingy” Harry Reid did.

The problem with liberals claiming “everyone is racist,” is that it’s just not so.

What does all of this suggest? Simply put, that much of the liberal narrative surrounding race may be total nonsense. Of course that doesn’t mean racism doesn’t exist, but it does mean we can’t trust this test or the narrative that everyone or even most people are automatically biased against, or likely to act out against, individuals with darker skin.

Breast fed children are less hyper, but they’re not necessarily more intelligent. 🇺🇸

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