News You Can Use for October 16, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, October 16, 2017.

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The Constitution “trumps” Obamacare. Far from the authoritarian that the left has long claimed he is, President Trump’s actions are returning our nation back to a constitutional government.

President Trump’s actions may actually serve to save and improve Obamacare in the long run.

President Trump has taken two important and beneficial actions on health care. Critics say he is undermining health care for millions of Americans. But in reality, he is putting pressure on Congress to change ObamaCare before it collapses and does serious damage to our health care system.

A conservative writer did his best to make a leftwing publication a little more balanced, sadly, balance was not what they wanted.

The Harvey Weinstein scandal is nothing new in Hollywood, in fact it’s a tale as old as Hollywood. British actress Lysette Anthony is the latest starlet to come out with allegations that she was raped by Weinstein, this episode was in her own London home. American actress Rose McGowan says that she was “blacklisted” after her rape and is making it her personal crusade to unmask those who “aid and abet” such horrors in Hollywood.

The cowards at Saturday Night Live finally worked up the gumption to take on the Weinstein scandal, after deciding to skip the most important news of the last week.

“Weinstein, who’s been accused of multiple counts of sexual assault, is reportedly going to Europe for sex rehab. Somehow I don’t think that’s going to help anybody. He doesn’t need sex rehab, he needs a specialized facility where there are no women, no contact with the outside world, metal bars, and it’s a prison.”

Another Hollywood pervert, Woody Allen, is “sad” to see all of the ongoing tumult surrounding Weinstein and “everybody involved.”

The disgraceful charade that is the Mueller investigation into Russia’s nefarious dealings during our 2016 presidential election continues and now the Democrats are upset with Mueller for not doing what they want.

It seems that the left’s suicide may finally be complete.

Campus protests against the ACLU are a sign that American ‘liberalism’ is being destroyed by the forces it unleashed and its own inherent contradictions.

Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation is a good indicator of what the national congress will end up looking like.

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