News You Can Use for November 30, 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 Thursday, November 30, 2017.

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Obamacare’s individual mandate is actually so terrible that it is repealing itself!

Yes. President Trump does deserve some of the credit for the stock market rally, not all of the credit, but some of it for sure.

Calling VP Mike Pence a liar while protecting Elizabeth Warren and ignoring her lies is why people HATE the media.

For one thing, as Gabriel Malor said, “No, derogatorily referring to a person who falsely claimed to be a Native American as Pocahontas is not a racial slur. It demeans no racial or ethnic group.” It definitely demeans women who claim that they’re Cherokee sans evidence.

Brian Darling follows along the same theme and argues that Trump can’t be racist for calling Warren “Pocahontas” because she isn’t Native American, and Pocahontas isn’t a derogatory term.

A Democrat leader actually argued that politicians should be held to a lower standard when it comes to sexual harassment forcing them out of their jobs!

Don’t believe the Left’s ridiculous narrative on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). It’s nonsense.

The Senate just voted to confirm Greg Katsas to the U.S. Court of Appeals for Washington, D.C. Katsas is a strong conservative and may just be the best pick for a judgeship not named Neil Gorsuch.

There is a reason that the GOP continues to grow their support among American Hispanics (outside of Southern California). The GOP has been working hard to win Latino voters, and it’s beginning to pay off.

A strong majority of millennial voters want a third political party.

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A new study argues that automation will wipe out about 1/3 of America’s workforce by 2030.

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