News You Can Use for August 15, 2017

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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 Tuesday, August 15, 2017.

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Trending: Migrant Caravan Marches to Border, Invoking POTUS by Name

Voters have a golden opportunity to take down Mitch McConnell in the 2018 elections, the question is… will they take advantage of their opportunities?

I bet you thought that the Hillary Clinton email scandal was in the past… well, it’s not.

The Hillary Clinton email fiasco isn’t ending anytime soon, with State Department officials saying they have no idea when they will finish sorting though and releasing the previously hidden messages.

More classified documents that the former secretary of state improperly handled keep coming to light.

Venezuela’s descent into chaos should finally bury the left’s hopes of arguing that there is a “good socialism,” somewhere out there waiting to be found.

Ambassador Nikki Haley is President Trump’s “velvet hammer” in the United nations.

The reality of Charlottesville is that none of the groups who were there protesting actually represent a significant constituency of the American people.

Former Fox News pundit Bill O’Reilly says the President’s original statement was right – there are “many sides” ripping America apart.

Conservative John Podhoretz explains that the Charlottesville fiasco is the reason that he couldn’t bring himself to support President Trump in November 2016.

In the aftermath of the Charlottesville tragedy we find ourselves asking a similar question to the one we asked after the Baltimore riots – why were the police held back?

Heartless leftists on the Internet are demonizing anyone who memorializes the Charlottesville victim, Heather Heyer, with the Twitter hashtag #SayHerName. Apparently, that specific hashtag is ONLY for black women.

The terrorist who drove his car into a large group of people, killing one and wounding many, isn’t the only person who should be lawyering up after Charlottesville.

The ugliness of white nationalism is back because of the left’s incessant need to play poisonous identity politics. It seems that the white nationalists have given up their attempts at trying to be respectable.

There seems to be some confusion over whether or not Kid Rock (AKA Robert Ritchie) will be allowed to use his stage name if he runs for office, or if he’ll need to use his real name to run. 🇺🇸

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