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News You Can Use for October 19, 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, October 19, 2017.

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President Trump’s supporters are the only reason that the GOP is doing so well in fundraising. The Republican National committee has raised more than $100 Million so far this year and it’s mostly thanks to small donors.

One of the most important things we can do to reform taxes in an effort to serve the middle class better is by reinforcing the child tax credit.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin explains how tax reform is going to boost workers and help small businesses.

California has officially become the first state to legally pretend that there is a third gender, called “non-binary,” even though biology explains that there are only two genders.

Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R-AL) argues that the NFL ‘kneelers’ are actually breaking federal law when they refuse to respect the National Anthem and our flag. He’s right, but there’s no penalty for breaking said law.

In Steve Bannon, the establishment GOP is reaping what they’ve sown and they should have been prepared for it.

President Trump says that a Democrat representative is lying about what he supposedly said to a soldier’s widow and that he has proof that he didn’t do what she says he did.

It’s long past time that we buried Che Guevara for good. The leftwing needs an icon who actually supported democracy and wasn’t such a monster.

A pro-abortion fanatic tried to troll pro-lifers by offering a situation that he thought proved himself right… it didn’t.

The supposedly “politically correct” ESPN is getting a whole lot of attention for hiring some very politically incorrect folks from Barstool Sports.

The populist protesters want to tear down the mainstream media but they don’t have a press ready to replace the old machinery.

Author Joyce Carol Oates is an unabashed leftist who doesn’t think before she speaks/writes on the Internet. Thankfully, there are a whole lot of people out there willing to point out her hypocrisy and foolishness when they see it.

John McCain flipped out on a reporter this past week, but the reporter’s question was perfectly appropriate and McCain was wrong to mistreat him.

Beware the rape allegation bandwagon.

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