News You Can Use for October 28, 2016

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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 Friday, October 28, 2016.

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The stat nerds wonder… is the presidential race tightening? Their answer? A definitive maybe.

Everyone agrees that Obamacare is collapsing; what we don’t agree about is how to handle it. While President Obama wants to “tweak” things, and the Republicans want to repeal and replace the monstrosity… Hillary Clinton actually wants to make it worse, by forcing a “public option.” Which basically means, the government forces a takeover of the entire scheme and pushes completely socialized medicine onto our shoulders.

Millions of Americans would rather roll the dice by paying the Health Law Tax Penalty as opposed to breaking their banks to buy Obamacare.

One doctor explains exactly why Obamacare is the worst – because insurance doesn’t mean quality.

House Republicans have already warned the media that they will likely be forced to investigate Hillary Clinton’s corrupt dealings for YEARS if she gets elected. Congressman Jason Chaffetz replied to the story on Facebook saying, “The House Oversight Committee’s job is to investigate wrongdoing and make changes in the law to prevent abuses from being repeated. Our work doesn’t end when the election is over.”

The Democrat Party is suing the Republican Party over Donald Trump’s allegations that the election is “rigged.” It seems that will be a hard case for the Democrats to prove in light of all of the evidence of their operatives committing voter fraud.

New Hampshire is still in play and that could end up being a HUGE deal for Donald Trump.

Hillary Clinton is the “False Prophet” of Feminism.

The GOP has ridden wave after populist wave and now they’ve finally crashed the party. The brilliant pundit George Will goes even further and argues that if the GOP ever wants to win another election, they have to go back to nominating real Republicans.

Sean Hannity bows up at “NeverTrumper Jerks” while hammering independent candidate Evan McMullin.

Fox News’ Megyn Kelly is about to get PAID. The question is, will it be Fox News doing the paying?

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