News You Can Use for August 1, 2016

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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 Monday, August 1, 2016.

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In France and Italy, a beautiful show of solidarity, as Muslims attended Catholic Mass on Sunday.

Ahmed El Balazi, the imam of the Vobarno mosque in Italy’s Lombard province of Brescia, said he did not fear repercussions for speaking out.

“These people are tainting our religion and it is terrible to know that many people consider all Muslim terrorists. That is not the case,” El Balazi said. “Religion is one thing. Another is the behavior of Muslims who don’t represent us.”

The DNC Leak is proof that our elections are quite vulnerable to hacking.

Proof that Democrats BUY their votes.

Donald Trump’s supporters claim that the candidate has finally shifted his immigration rhetoric in an effort to win more support.

The Washington Post argues that Hillary Clinton is a huge liar and nobody is buying her silly stories about her email.

Will sanctuary cities finally start losing their federal funding?

Sure, it’s about time for a woman to be President… but Hillary Clinton is not the woman for the job.

Not sure if this is good or bad news but it seems that the conventions did nothing to sway voters in Pennsylvania.

There is a high price to be paid for deciding to use the politics of petulance, especially in a presidential race.

Now that Roger Ailes is gone, the folks at Fox are wondering how they can continue to dominate the cable news race.

Compare what Christian leaders said about Bill Clinton in 1998 to Trump endorsements now…

A 42-year old skydiver just became the first person to jump, land, and survive without using a parachute!

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