News You Can Use for August 19, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, August 19, 2016.

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Trending: Get Ready: 2019 Will Be the Year of Gun Confiscation with Democrats in Power

Facebook continues its assault on conservatives and libertarians. On Thursday the social media giant “unpublished” (i.e. blocked/banned) two more conservative/libertarian Facebook pages. Why did they ban these pages? For criticizing liberals

Free Speech is in danger of utter destruction in the 21st Century, and it’s mostly thanks to the progressive liberal agenda.

Even the New York Times can see that the liberal media’s response to the flooding in Louisiana has been horribly deficient, especially in light of the negative coverage President George W. Bush got in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The same media that rushed to judge President Bush for what they believed to be “inaction” to help Louisiana has had precious little to say about President Obama’s silence on the recent devastation.

Is the USS Trump in danger of going under? Could right-track/wrong-direction polling provide an opening for Mr. Trump to defeat Mrs. Clinton?

In Georgia, black families are increasingly abandoning public schools and gravitating to homeschooling.

Parental confusion over the current transgender trend in the West is causing tragic problems for the next generation.

The latest poll shows the presidential race continues to tighten. Contrary to popular belief, Hillary Clinton Does NOT have the race locked up.

The next step in the collapse of liberal morality is here – the argument for “after-birth” abortion.

A heartbreaking story about the deaths of two young boys in Kansas City.

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