News You Can Use for May 1, 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 Monday, May 1, 2017.

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Today is May Day… let’s all remember why Communism and Socialism are terrible while also remembering that Capitalism has been the catalyst to a new age of prosperity and advancement.

Is President Trump’s greatest early accomplishment his success in “muting” the mainstream media?

Democrat pundit Doug Schoen grades President Trump’s first 100 days and says, while Democrats won’t admit… Trump has done an excellent job pleasing his base and keeping his promises.

Has Donald Trump’s presidency hurt his business interests?

How Trump’s businesses fare isn’t necessarily an indicator of his performance in office; however, it does reflect how certain demographics—particularly the well-heeled cosmopolitans that are his typical clientele—feel about the Trump name. Unsurprisingly, the dips in business are so far most concentrated in big cities, where opposition to the commander-in-chief is especially strong.

President Trump made a brilliant decision when he chose to ignore the White House Correspondents Dinner and instead host a rally in Harrisburg, PA with thousands of his cheering supporters.

President Trump was NOT happy to hear that Brexit leader and UK politician Nigel Farage had been criticizing the administration for launching a missile attack on Syria a few weeks ago.

President Trump just invited Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to the White House, many observers wonder if this was a good idea?

One of President Trump’s advisors and a popular guest on many news shows, Sebastian Gorka, has accepted a position outside of the White House.

President Trump’s first 100 days has stopped – and reversed – America’s downhill trajectory.

A pair of moderate lawmakers lay out their plans for the next 100 days.

The “People’s Climate March” was a demonstration in the insanity of First World Problems.

Talk about “rough justice,” in Russia was arrested for playing “Pokémon Go” in a Russian church and now he may spend up to 3 ½ years in prison.

ESPN can’t afford to continue on this way, they have to make changes… and fast. 🇺🇸

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