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News You Can Use for August 14, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, August 14, 2017.

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Is Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) the “biggest capitalist” in Congress? It might sound like a joke but the leftist Senator is at the center of a sprawling merchandising empire that it is bringing in a lot of money for the aging socialist hypocrite.

There’s now even more evidence to argue that the DNC was never hacked by the Russians and there is some evidence that our intelligence agencies KNOW that the DNC wasn’t hacked.

Czechia (formerly the Czech Republic) is filing a lawsuit against the European Union challenging the continental governing body’s recent changes to the European Firearms Directive. Czechia wants the new gun rules to be undone, or at the very least postponed until they can get an exemption from the measures.

Sadly, the Trump administration is spending millions of hard-earned tax dollars to shore up the Obamacare failure.

Alaska will get $323 million over the next five years to coax its lone Obamacare insurer to remain in the market and hold down premiums. At least four other states, including some that have vociferously opposed the Affordable Care Act, are seeking similar deals.

Democrat Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) can’t understand why his party is so anti-religion these days and he’s starting to worry that it could hurt the Democrats future.

There is one big lesson that we should learn from the Charlottesville fiasco. The ominous warning of Charlottesville’s riots is that we are letting politics descend into a brutal, unprincipled brawl between two illiberal caricatures.

The American Left needs to stop messing around with the First Amendment.

Making any type of speech illegal would in itself destroy the First Amendment, which contrary to the claims of some washed up politicians, contains no exception for hate speech. Nor should it. The definition of hate speech is subject to continuous change. There are words no decent person will say, but the banning of even one word would eliminate the right to freedom of speech, replacing it with a subjective list of prohibited terms to which the government could and would add to over time.

Shut up, they explained.

The middle class is begging for help and the political Establishment isn’t listening.

The ongoing opioid crisis is hollowing out the American people and the epidemic is ripping across all cross-sections of the American population.

If you want to understand what is wrong with America today, then read this article from Harper’s Bazaar. The real problem isn’t Obama, or Trump, or partisan politics… it’s people like the author of the inflammatory article.

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