News You Can Use for September 21, 2017

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Only one of the two new healthcare plans are “extreme” and it’s not the GOP’s.

A Wisconsin Court of Appeals dealt harshly with the state’s unions earlier this week when they ruled that the state’s right-to-work law was constitutional. Here’s what the court said: “The Unions have no constitutional entitlement to the fees of non-member employees.” Also this week, West Virginia’s Supreme Court smacked down a union attempt to stop right-to-work laws saying, “The unions have not directed us to any federal or state appellate court that, in over seven decades, has struck down such a law. The circuit court erred in granting the preliminary injunction.”

The latest voter registration data shows some very bad news for the Democrats.

In short, Democrats saw the trend in their direction in only one state (DE) and even where they had a net gain (CO), it had fallen from previous months. While one or two states might be exceptions or quixotic, the same cannot be said for a sample of twelve battleground states. This represents a net gain by Republicans across these states of over 290,000 votes. As I have said in previous columns, these numbers suggest if the election were held today, Trump would win all the electoral votes he carried in 2016 and add New Hampshire, and probably Maine and New Mexico. But other states are rapidly coming in to play.

Al Gore’s latest climate change assertions have just been debunked by a real scientist.

The First Amendment is under siege.

A full 44 percent of students said that the First Amendment does not protect “hate speech”; a majority of students, 51 percent, said that they would be in favor of students shouting down a speaker “known for making offensive and hurtful statements”; 19 percent of students said the use of violence against controversial speakers would be acceptable.

This is full-scale fascism, and it’s gaining ground.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the UN’s treatment of Israel in a recent speech, telling the international body that instead of believing what their agencies were saying about Israel’s historic claim to the land… they should read the Bible to learn about Jewish history and heritage.

All in all, Trump’s first 8 months have been pretty successful.

Opponents of Obama’s Iran Deal on both the right and the left have been praising President Trump’s handling of America’s foreign policy.

The welfare state’s true legacy is one that is destroying African-American families and ensuring that African-American children remain impoverished.

Is Hillary Clinton delusional?

If Hillary Clinton really wanted to understand “what happened,” she’d consider this… nobody like feminism.

Last year, British actor Benedict Cumberbatch blasted the British government for “only” taking in 20,000 Syrian refugees, but he hypocritically refused to take in even one refugee. 🇺🇸

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