News You Can Use for November 7, 2017

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Surprise! The Democrat advantage in voting preference all but disappears when only those most likely to vote are polled. It seems that the most educated voters don’t see much of a difference at all between the two parties.

Liberal journalist Glenn Greenwald argues that the real “fake news” is in the mainstream media and he has four examples from just this past week.

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) argues that tax reform should focus on helping American families get out of the economic mire of the last decade.

The LEFT is STILL completely obsessed with President Trump’s victory in 2016 and it’s starting to get pathetic.

The answer is that he did, so deal with it. The Democrats’ constant, tortured analysis of what went wrong, howling at the moon in anger or jest, is not only backward-looking but an insult to the voters who made the rational decision to switch to Donald Trump.

They aren’t all racists. They weren’t all duped. They weighed up the candidacies of Trump and Clinton and concluded, on balance, that one represented change and the other continuity.

Does the Democrat candidate for Governor of Virginia believe that 67% of Virginians are racists? Sure seems like it.

What makes the entire Gubernatorial race in Virginia even worse is that half the state still seems intent on voting for the horrific Democrat candidate.

Clearly our “elites” care more about what their friends think about them than they do getting their job done properly.

The Texas church shooter was denied a license to carry a gun in the state of Texas, meaning that any gun purchase he made was likely illegal.

The First Amendment and the reality of a free nation dictate that “right wing extremists” have a right to speak but that doesn’t mean anyone else has to listen.

William H. Macy bashes Steve Bannon but whines about how he’ll miss Havey Weinstein.

MLB broadcasting great Vin Scully says he’ll never watch another NFL game because of the National Anthem protests.

A law professor was going to give a lecture on free speech and hate speech at Vassar College… so of course, the leftwing students decided to smear him. Then they hid from him and colored in coloring books. (I’m not kidding.)

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