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News You Can Use for September 19, 2017

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President Trump has officially donated $1 Million to the hurricane relief effort and still the leftist haters can’t help but trash the President’s good deeds.

NBC and the Wall Street Journal recently conducted a poll that queried the beliefs of Americans on Hillary Clinton and on gun rights. The poll flew in the face of the media narrative, and NBC refused to report on its findings… which is sad, because the poll found that Hillary is even less popular than President Trump and that Americans love their guns!

Pollsters asked respondents how they felt about Donald Trump: very positive, positive, neutral, negative, and very negative. It came out 36 percent positive or very positive, to 52 percent negative or very negative (40 percent very).

But then there was Hillary: 30 percent positive/very positive to 53 percent negative/very negative (38 percent very). Last October, before the election, Hillary had 40 percent positive/ very positive, and 50 percent negative/very negative. 

Hillary Clinton is simply the “gift that keeps on giving.

Even Joe Biden thinks that the latest Democrat schemes for socialist “wealth transfer” are beyond the pale and way to far to the left to consider.

Former Vice President Joe Biden took a swipe Monday at an increasingly trendy but controversial idea that calls for the government to provide citizens with a base level of income. The concept, called universal basic income, has a long history but is resurfacing lately as technology threatens to outmode workers in an ever-diversifying range of jobs.

“The theory is that automation will result in so many lost jobs that the only plausible answer is some type of guaranteed government check with no strings attached,” Biden wrote in a blog post. “I believe there is a better way forward. I believe we can – we must – build a future that puts work first.”

Universal basic income isn’t the only really bad idea percolating in the minds of Democrats these days. There is also the calamitous possibility that they might actually be considering “Medicare for all,” which could have dire consequences on our economy and on our already wrecked healthcare system.

The Democrats are a party that is lostWhat does it mean to be a member of the Democratic Party? What do Democrats believe in 2017? I have no idea. Do you?

The day that destroyed the middle class and ensure the presidency of Donald J. Trump.

The fake outrage from the left about a recent CNN interview with a Fox Sports host is proof that we can no longer take the left serious.

“Conservative” Jedediah Bila is leaving the View, who look likely to replace Bila with even more moderate Meghan McCain.

There is a way that we could predict if and when we might have to face attack from a hostile alien force.

Ah, please enjoy what is possibly the worst campaign ad… ever.

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