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News You Can Use for September 24, 2017

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Senator John McCain is a liar and a fraudster. He ran his last reelection campaign on a platform of repealing Obamacare, but he has been the biggest reason that the GOP has failed to do so.

Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) explains why the Graham-Cassidy Healthcare bill is a far better alternative for America than Obamacare’s status quo.

The Democrats continue to struggle to fundraise. The GOP has doubled them in fundraising this year, they’ve got far more cash on hand, and in August the Democrats struggled to just break even!

Special counsel Robert Mueller isn’t just investigating the Russia scandal he is scorching the earth in his effort to find something amiss… anything. His pre-dawn raid was meant to intimidate Manafort, not just to collect evidence. 

A showdown between Congress and the FBI seems inevitable at this point. The FBI has missed three deadlines and has thus far failed to turn over any of the subpoenaed material Congress has asked for.

Sure, Trump was blunt in his address to the United Nations, but the United Nations needed to hear much of what he said.

Is anyone else upset by the fact that the American media seems to have taken North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s side in his ongoing spat with President Trump? It’s really disgusting.

Joe Biden’s got a plan for 2020 – he’s going to be the anti-Trump, anti-Bernie candidate… which doesn’t make much sense in light of the 2016 election.

African-American students need school choice if they want to transform their communities and give their children a chance to succeed.

There really isn’t any good reason to give the “DREAMers” amnesty, but there are plenty of good reasons NOT to.

Europe’s socialist parties are struggling to remain relevant as modern Europe turns back towards limited government and lower taxes.

Why does it seem that America has settled for striving for “complacency”?

Unmarried people are changing everything. 🇺🇸

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