News You Can Use for August 11, 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 Thursday, August 11, 2016.

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Did Radar Online just catch Malia Obama smoking pot?

The DOJ gave more than $300 Million to 10 Sanctuary States/Cities even as they shielded criminals from justice!

Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and the Power of Mendacity.

Of course Hillary Clinton wants to “abolish” the 2nd Amendment.

Sadly, the polls are not skewed. It is very likely that Donald Trump is losing the race for the White House as badly as he seems to be.

Power and Authority: putting Hillary vs. Trump into perspective.

Some conservatives seem to have missed the major tax hike that Donald Trump revealed in his recent speech on the American economy.

Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino goes toe-to-toe with CNN liberal Don Lemon over Mr. Trump’s recent comments about Hillary Clinton and the 2nd Amendment.

Switzerland tells Muslim refugees, ‘if you reject our culture, we reject your application for citizenship’!

The pro-Abortion left is sick and deranged, as evidenced by the opinion of one of their leaders. Miriam Claire, who wrote The Abortion Dilemma, argues that even if a disabled person loves their life they are simply too expensive and burdensome for their parents NOT to abort.

The FDA’s new, illogical, and unnecessary rules and regulations on E-cigarettes are already having a negative impact on vape shops and our economy.

The new Ghostbusters movie looks like a big ol’ flop and the studio seems ready to kill any plans to make a sequel.

Two American Olympic divers proudly proclaim their Christian faith on worldwide television.

Meet the most dominant America team in the 2016 Rio Olympics.

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