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News You Can Use for November 5, 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 Sunday, November 5, 2017.

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If the GOP can pass tax reform in 2017, it will all but guarantee them victory in 2018.

The fate of the tax reform bill is the fate of the modern Republican Congress. A win will bring economic growth, millions of new jobs, higher incomes, and a great increase in national wealth as the stock market climbs yet higher. This will bring optimism and reduce the grumpiness of the lousy sluggish growth in jobs and income of the eight Obama years.

After the attack in New York City wouldn’t it be nice if the government would use common sense to protect ourselves from radical Islamic terrorism?

The Democrat attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions have become boring, unimaginative, and repetitive.

President Trump isn’t sure if he’ll fire Jeff Sessions, but a failure to investigate Hillary Clinton’s crimes may force his hand.

Hillary Clinton’s scheme to “rig” the Democrat nomination in 2016 may have actually been criminal.

A just discovered memo reveals the details of Hillary Clinton’s “deal” with the DNC and it paints an ugly picture of political corruption. Meanwhile, the current DNC leader is arguing that the organization also had a deal with Bernie Sanders… but that was quite a different kind of deal.

Donna Brazile is backpedaling on the idea that she said Hillary Clinton “rigged” the race. Brazile is now blaming Trump for misquoting her… but the internet has proof that Trump got it right.

Bowe Bergdahl has gone free, but the men who were killed in attempting to save him have no 2nd chance, and the men who were wounded while looking for him will be forced to serve life sentences because of his crimes. This is not justice.

Another left wing lecher has been forced out of his job after revelations that he was a serial sexual harasser. This guy was the publisher of the ultra-left New Republic.

Journalist Ronan Farrow took a major swipe at NBC while appearing on the Late Show Friday night. Farrow argued that any news network with “damning evidence” of criminal activity should “run it,” something NBC refused to do when they had proof that Harvey Weinstein was sexually assaulting many women.

Here are 5 reasons that men are reluctant to get on the sexual harassment bandwagon, and it’s not because we are okay with sexual harassment. (Men like Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey should face the stiffest legal penalties that we can throw at them – they are disgusting perverts who have openly broken our laws.)

A Marxist explanation for the Trump revolution.

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