News You Can Use for August 10, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, August 10, 2017.

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Trending: Science is Settled

Real Fake News: The New York Times claims that Trump will “suppress” a climate report that has been readily available and public for MONTHS.

The Justice Department sent talking points to the FBI on how they should talk about Loretta Lynch’s tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton.

No surprise here. Google’s Board gave 6X more money to the Democrats than they did to the Republicans over the last 25 years.

The guy who wrote all of the old rules about your technology passwords now regrets everything he ever told you. Apparently, his advice didn’t work out so well.

How did a realistic movie about a real life event become so controversial? One word – Liberals.

The Democrat IT Scandal suspects are ALL immigrants to the United States (some of which have now fled back to Pakistan), how did they get here? What is their immigration status? How did they get their hands on all of that secure Congressional intel?

Does the United States military need a space corps? A new proposal in Congress would create a new uniformed service that would see the Defense Department build a “space corps” within the Air Force. But the Pentagon isn’t so sure we need the new corps.

Appalachia is falling behind the rest of America in life expectancy and infant mortality.

Most of this gap is attributable to deaths among people younger than 65. Half of the life-expectancy gap is attributable to smoking, and another 6 percent could be explained by drug overdoses. The rest of the gap could be explained, in large part, by ailments like cancer and heart disease—to which poor nutrition and obesity can contribute.

“For all of these things—obesity, smoking, and health-care access—the disparities between Appalachia and the rest of the country have been growing,” Singh said.

To him, the poor health is a symptom of joblessness, social isolation, and the attendant psychological distress.

Michael Shermer wonders if ‘we’re all racists deep inside?’

“Family show” the Fosters recently un-ironically had the main characters supporting suppression of free speech because conservative policies “spread hate.”

UCLA professor and violinist admits that he would play for North Korea’s dictator but not American conservatives. 🇺🇸

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