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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 Wednesday, August 17, 2016.
Why is the media ignoring the devastation and chaos in Louisiana? If George W. Bush were still President would the media care more about the flooding and the pain?
New Hampshire Senator [score]Kelly Ayotte[/score] (R-NH) promises that she will vote for Donald Trump but assures her voters that she will be standing up to him too.
Donald Trump’s recent foreign policy speech was a perfect assault on the Obama/Clinton foreign policy legacy. In what many see as yet another campaign reboot, Mr. Trump turned his attention to terrorism and the many failures of the Obama/Clinton years.
Obamacare continues its destructive collapse.
President Barack Obama is sick and tired of talking about Donald Trump.
The former chairman of Fox News, Roger Ailes, is now advising Donald Trump as he prepares for the coming Presidential Debates.
The Anti-Cop movement has hit a new low in the Milwaukee riots.
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General has been found guilty of two counts of perjury and seven counts of abusing her powers off office. Interestingly enough, she has also long been a soldier of the Clinton army.
Even the Green Party’s candidate, Jill Stein, is spending more money on advertising than the GOP candidate Donald Trump.
Donald Trump used the media to win the GOP primary race and now he is turning against the media that may simultaneously be turning against him. Now the question is, will this campaign hurt the GOP down ballot?
Did globalization save the American Middle Class?
Um. Whoa. Have scientists discovered a new, fifth “force of nature”?