News You Can Use for September 2, 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 Saturday, September 2, 2017.

Mick Mulvaney is our man in the White House fighting to SHRINK the government.

Meet Mick Mulvaney, who proudly calls himself a “right-wing nutjob” and is quietly—and radically—trying to dismantle the federal bureaucracy.

We must reform our tax system now because a failure to act could mean minority status for the Republican Party in 2019.

Failure is not an option.  The economy is on the launch pad ready to fire its engines at full capacity.  America just needs the tax package signed into law to achieve historic levels of growth.  Job creators are waiting for Congress to press the ignition button.  It’s time for them to act.  

The conservative House Freedom Caucus is already letting their colleagues know what will need to happen if they want extra money to help the situation in Texas.

Rex Tillerson deserves a lot of credit for fixing many of the problems at the State Department.

But some still want Tillerson to resign.

The mean girls are hating on Melania Trump’s heels because they symbolize her power.

The outrage has little to do with appropriate attire and more to do with mean girls being mean and the never-ending effort to paint Trump as a sexist.

Payrolls in the USA are on the rise!

Guy Benson and Dave Rubin discuss what it’s like to be a “gay, millennial, and conservative” in America today.

Going Viral: People should be outraged after Salt Lake City police arrested a nurse for refusing to draw blood from a patient without first getting a warrant.

A court is ordering dog owners to surgically “debark” their “loud” dogs.

W.H. Auden “September 1” words still resonate in our world.

Glenn Beck’s the Blaze just had to lay of 20% of their workforce, offering another signal that times are tough at the conservative media network.

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