News You Can Use for November 14, 2017

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President Trump is telling GOP lawmakers that he wants them to repeal the individual mandate of Obamacare before they move forward on a vote for tax reform. This is why his supporters still cheer him on.

A pair of 20-year old African-American men in Connecticut believe they are the youngest black Republicans ever elected to office in the deep blue state.

Joe Biden says that Hillary Clinton was very unhappy during her run for the White House. Biden recounts that after telling Clinton that he wasn’t sure if he’d run for the presidency in 2016 she seemed melancholy.

Biden also wrote, “As I walked her to the front door on the way out, I was pretty sure Hillary hadn’t gotten all she had come for that morning.”

He continued, “I felt a little twinge of sadness for Hillary as I watched her walk down the steps that morning. She did not evince much joy at the prospect of running. I may have misread her entirely that morning, but she seemed to me like a person propelled by forces not entirely of her own making. And I had absolutely no doubt she understood how brutal the campaign would be for her. What she was about to do took real courage.”

A Democrat candidate for Congress in New Mexico was just arrested for stalking, after sending pictures of his genitals to a woman in Santa Fe. He was also sending her creepy texts and telling her that he was “watching” her.

A white man in Tampa says he’s not actually white, but really Filipino. He’s “transracial” and this seems to be the next wave of the insane trans movement.

So, where does America’s 3rd-world violence come from? Why the 3rd world, of course!

What is wrong with our culture when liberals are openly teaching their children to hate white people?

The great Carlos Beltran has announced his retirement after 20 years in the major leagues and a career that culminated with his first (and last) World Series ring. Beltran made the announcement in a typically classy op-ed for the Players’ Tribune.

Last week we told you about the sad news that long-time Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay had passed away. This week, the National Review discusses the legacy that Halladay leaves behind. 🇺🇸

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