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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 Friday, November 25, 2016.
Progress and justice are not always ensured.
The stat-nerds at FiveThirtyEight explain how demographics, not hacking, explain Donald Trump’s electoral victory.
Yes, silly liberals, Donald Trump really DID WIN Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
The must-read article about the alt-right and why we need to stop them.
The alt-right is a miniscule group of real deplorables who aren’t happy with Trump’s recent push away from them. “I don’t want to energize the group. I’m not looking to energize them. I don’t want to energize the group, and I disavow the group,” Trump said in a sitdown with the New York Times, adding that his goal was “to bring the country together.”
Donald Trump’s economic adviser Stephen Moore told a group of House Republicans that they were no longer the party of Reagan… but to “Trump’s populist working-class” party.
The left needs to learn that calling someone a “racist” is never going to help them win an argument.
Has Donald Trump been skipping his national security briefings since winning the election?
Some are beginning to question whether or not the GOP still stands against crony capitalism now that Mr. Trump will soon be in office.
Who will GOP voters side with when Trump’s populism runs up against Paul Ryan’s Austerity.
Donald Trump on if he’s “conservative enough” for the GOP: “It’s called the Republican Party,” he answered. “Not the conservative party.”
You should always be the “obnoxious” conservative uncle who tells everyone how wrong they are… Always.