News You Can Use for August 14, 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 Sunday, August 14, 2016.

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Trending: The President’s Beef with Stormy Daniels SOMEHOW Got Dumber

The Feds are considering taking the extreme step of making Hillary Clinton’s FBI interview public in an effort to give Congress the transparency it wants.

Social media has made an already divisive campaign even more divisive than usual. The way the media has covered Donald Trump has played into the divisiveness and really forces us to wonder about the level of media bias we’ll allow in the mainstream media.

Hillary Clinton’s economic plans are simply INSANE.

The New York Times doesn’t think there is any chance of the election being “rigged” but they are worried that it could be hacked. Many Democrats wonder why the Russians are only hacking the Democrat Party… but they shouldn’t worry, the Russians are hacking everyone, even the GOP.

Squishy RINO Republicans seem reticent to take on Obamacare as they fight to retain their Congressional seats.

Conservative Review’s Steve Deace has some harsh words for MSNBC’s “token” Republican, Joe Scarborough.

Scarborough is now calling for the Republican Party to drop Trump as its nominee by way of an editorial published last week in the Washington Post.

So brave, Joe. So brave. But please, don’t pull a groin while recklessly careening from one band wagon to another, Mr. Principled.

The progressive website Slate quickly, and rightly, pointed out that Scarborough’s previous political identity was as “one of Trump’s biggest backers in the media. He regularly boasted of his early predictions that Trump would win the nomination, and often had Trump on as a guest for sessions that were described by independent media critics as love-fests.”

Some brilliant criminals in California decided to smoke some pot after burglarizing a home… then they fell asleep in their car.

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