News You Can Use for October 29, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, October 29, 2017.

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Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich argues that Hillary Clinton could end up being destroyed by the “Russia Collusion” story that she invented.

Has anyone else noticed that as the Democrats get caught up in their own lies and misdeeds, the media’s reporting on the stories coming out of D.C. begin to change? It’s upsetting, but we should probably have come to expect it.

Hillary Clinton and the “real” Russia collusion.

You may have heard of the scandal brewing in Washington. Presidential advisers cutting sweetheart deals with a foreign power, signing million dollar lobbying contracts with that foreign power, bribes being proffered, and the foreign government gained unprecedented access to government agencies and crucial U.S. natural resources? And what if I told you that foreign power was Russia? 

Collusion you say?  Perhaps.  Collusion with Trump?  Nope. 

The breaking story surrounding the Fusion GPS-Trump Dossier and the revelations around the Uranium One scandal mean that we desperately NEED an investigation into the Justice Department… now.

The new snowflake caucus is on the right and you’d be surprised to learn who they follow.

If the media would adjust its coverage of President Trump, it might go a long way to restoring the nation’s trust in their reporting.

Obamacare premiums continue to soar, which means the possibility of the poorly conceived socialist healthcare system surviving continue to grow less likely.

President Trump’s tax reforms can work but he needs a stable dollar to help him ensure immediate growth, and sustained prosperity.

The government should not stoop to calling every case of disturbing violence “domestic terrorism.” It’s an overreach and it’s not justice.

Former Presidential confidante Roger Stone has been banned from Twitter after going on a tirade against several mainstream media types.

The radiating mischief of protectionism.

The week that Donald Trump won.

The primal scream of identity politics, and why identity politics only works to divide, not to heal.

Hollywood Director James Toback is just one of the many powerful men currently under fire for years of alleged abuse and scandal. Now one of his victims is explaining what it’s like to be hunted by one of these perverts.

It’s not just Toback’s victim’s speaking out now, so are Harvey Weinstein’s.

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