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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.
So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, August 16, 2016.
A new intelligence report confirms what we all thought… ISIS was most certainly hiding among the flood of refugees that have been threatening to capsize the West.
It seems as though Hillary Clinton has been running for President her entire life… and yet, she still can’t explain WHY she’s running for the office.
When it comes to economic plans, folks in Boston understand that “the maker” weaves a more compelling job creation plan than “the taker” does.
After years of lowering crime rates and collapsing gun violence… Liberal policies and philosophies advanced by groups like #BlackLivesMatter is pushing our cities to the brink!
The violence in Milwaukee proves, once and for all, that #BlackLivesMatter cares more about lawlessness and mayhem than they do anyone’s life.
While the media has been whining about the Russian hack-attacks on the Democrat Party, they’ve basically ignored the fact that most savvy observers believe the Republican National Committee was also breached.
The Federalist argues that conservatives have become the new “RINOs.” If the main current of Republicanism is populist nationalism, replete with moderate versions of the statism the Democrats have put forward, what is a RINO now?
Can conservatives trust Donald Trump to nominate conservative justices to the Supreme Court?
The National Review has an interesting story on how Donald Trump was able to “conquer” America’s most conservative Congressional Districts.
Ted Cruz is working hard to get back in to the good graces of the average Texas voter.