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News You Can Use for August 23, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, August 23, 2017.

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The alt-right is carrying on the legacy of Margaret Sanger and the evil eugenicists.

The “Resistance” is losing its ever-loving mind.

Even if you’re not a fan of President Donald Trump, you should hope that the best and brightest minds in the nation would choose to work for him.

American voters are “politically flexible” so why aren’t our political parties?

Normal Americans are bored to tears by the fake drama that the media keeps stirring up surrounding President Trump and his many foibles.

Could Kid Rock seriously be the next Senator from the great state of Michigan? Is such an outcome really possible?

The chief architect of Obamacare has been fired by the state of Vermont and he won’t get any of the back pay “due” to him under terms of a settlement that saw Vermont accuse him of fraud.

There is a bigger underlying reason that the left wants the rest of us to forget about our national history, which is why we should keep the Confederate monuments right where they are.

Everybody keeps predicting that President Trump is done-for, but over the last two years the predictions have always proven to be wrong.

How’s that iPhone treating you now? Apple is giving more than $2 Million to a terror-linked group that compares Christians to white supremacists and the KKK.

Black Lives Matter has some suggestions for white people on how to unload their white guilt. Fortunately, the New York Post has found a lot of rich white people who are ashamed of their wealth.

President Trump has rejected the Bush/Obama approach to dealing with the Afghanistan problem.

Don’t get fooled into choosing online “virtue signaling” over offline, real-life friendships.

Um… this is a little weird. Some transplantees find catharsis and healing in holding their old hearts.

It’s been a year since Gawker died and it deserved everything it got. 🇺🇸

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