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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, October 7, 2016.
America is getting crazy. Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is now facing judgment from a flock of beta males, which Daniel Horowitz argues our founders never foresaw.
Last week, an unelected tribunal in Alabama removed Chief Justice Roy Moore from office — who, by the way, was duly elected by the people of the state — for the remainder of his term. His crime? Following Alabama law and not redefining marriage, the building block of all civilization.
The National Museum of African American History decided to ignore the important work of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and conservatives are in an uproar. Thomas is one of the most influential legal minds of the last century and ignoring his work simply because he is a conservative flies in the face of everything the museum is supposed to be about.
Most Americans believe that race relations in America worsened during the Obama era.
Hillary Clinton is likely the most corrupt American politician to never serve time in prison.
My fellow Republicans, we cannot pretend Donald Trump’s flaws away.
Don’t look now, but Donald Trump is catching up to Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire.
Apparently Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) is a fan of using the odd bit of foul language. (Watch out – this story is full of F-bombs.)
Prosecutorial misconduct is now a felony in the state of California.
As we draw ever nearer to the 2016 election D-Day, many conscientious Christians are still wondering if they can actually cast a ballot for Donald Trump?
John Zmirak at the Stream argues that while Trump may not be the desired candidate, Christians must vote for him, because to not vote Trump would be inviting persecution.
The Gospel Coalition’s Trevin Wax exhorts believers across the voting spectrum to give each other space and to show each other grace.