News You Can Use for August 18, 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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, August 18, 2016.

Louisiana is underwater. So where is Obama? Playing golf. Meanwhile, one company that liberals love to hate, Airbnb, is helping thousands by offering their services for free to anyone affected by the disaster in Louisiana. This is how you build loyalty.

Oh by the way… it seems that 1 in 6 (or 17%) of Obamacare customers are very likely to lose their plans in the coming days thanks to the decision of 3 major insurance companies to pull out of the marketplace.

Hillary Clinton’s lead is clear and it continues to be steady.

Donald Trump could actually win more of the black vote than any other recent Republican nominee… if he handles the next few months right. Trump’s play for the black vote could be a game changer.

President Obama is still moving forward with releasing control of the Internet to a multi-national organization that includes nations with repressive regimes. This will NOT end well.

Donald Trump’s candidacy continues to hurt the down ballot GOP candidates… but not enough that the Democrats will be able to flip the House of Representatives. Sadly, the Senate is an entirely different story.

Freedom of speech is for everyone, even if you don’t like what they’re saying.

Four years at a liberal arts college turned this young lady into a conservative.

Washington, D.C.’s police chief is leaving her job to take a position with the NFL.

RIP John McLaughlin of the McLaughlin Group.

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