News You Can Use for October 31, 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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, October 31, 2017.

Happy Halloween, and Happy Reformation Day! We hope this holiday-duo finds you well and that you’re ready to have a wonderful time of celebration… here’s today’s news!

If the GOP can get together and pass their tax reform bill, it will mean assuring Donald Trump of a reelection victory come 2020.

The House’s adoption of the Senate budget resolution sets the stage for a YUGE Trump second-term victory in 2020. This congressional action allows for the passage of a $1.5 trillion tax cut—and that will lead to record job creation and robust economic growth. 

Dirty Hillary Clinton is being “hoisted on her own petard” as the nation learns that it wasn’t Donald Trump colluding with the Russians… it was Hillary!

The moment that a story starts hurting the Democrats the media loses interest in it. This explains the media’s ho-hum coverage of the confirmation that Hillary Clinton paid for the notorious “pee tape” dossier a former British spy compiled in an attempt to blow up Donald Trump’s candidacy.

Trey Gowdy wants to know if the Obama Department of Justice relied on the now discredited Trump dossier, which was paid for and planted by the Clinton campaign, in their efforts to get a FISA warrant against the Trump team.

Former Speaker of the House John Boehner may seem happy in his idyllic retirement, but the truth may be that he’s far from pleased with the direction our country has taken.

In the Politico interview, Boehner attacks several of his Republican colleagues for not acting in the manner that he would like. At Townhall, Kurt Schlichter, reminds GOP “hacks,” like Boehner, that they are elected to Congress by the voters and so the only loyalty they should have is to the voters.

If the Democrats actually want to win in 2018, then they have to stop moving to the Left and remember that America is a center-right nation.

The Virginia Governor’s race has become a sideshow microcosm of the national political battle… and the race has very little to do with the two men actually competing for the job.

ISIS has just proven that ruling with an iron hand and using horrific and terrifying methods to control your population, can never work as a long-term governing solution.

NBC News and MSNBC have both cut ties with Mark Halperin as the accusations of sexual harassment continue to dog him, and it seems likely that he’ll be stepping away from the TV cameras for the foreseeable future.

The media is being lambasted for allowing actor Kevin Spacey to gloss over his attempted molestation of a child, with his decision to “come out of the closet” as gay.

Sad millennials are ruining Halloween. 🇺🇸

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