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News You Can Use for May 3, 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, May 3, 2017.

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The Wall Street Journal explains to the New York Times that a tax cut isn’t “taking money from the government,” it’s “letting people keep their own money.” However, the WSJ goes further to say that it’s not really about “tax cuts” at all… it’s all about prosperity.

Don’t feel bad for this anti-Trump neocon, he just got destroyed by the people he thought were his fans and is now hopefully realizing the error of his ways.

Surprise! California’s young are fleeing the state in droves because the laws are too restrictive, the taxes are too high, and it has more people living in poverty than any other state in the nation. (Even by % California leads in poverty.)

Nancy Pelosi says she can be helpful to the President… if he would just do more of what Democrats want him to do.

Notre Dame Professor Vincent Phillip Muñoz explains why he won’t un-invite a controversial speaker just because his liberal colleagues and students are complaining.

Hmmm…

You’re fooling yourself if you think that President Trump’s supposed unpopularity will ever be a problem for him.

The Heritage Foundation has cut ties with their president and CEO, Jim DeMint. While the entire situation is sad, the coup against the popular conservative leader threatens to tear the foundation apart.

Ohio Governor John Kasich (R-OH) just won’t go away… even though Republicans in almost every state across the union rejected his overtures just last year.

The rules about the rules.

Why American Christians should defend the religious liberty of Muslims as well as other Christians.

Guess what? You’re biased about being biased!

Scientists wonder where we should “look” for intelligent life elsewhere in our solar system.

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