News You Can Use for August 24, 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 Wednesday, August 24, 2016.

Is there any chance that the Democrats can actually win back the House of Representatives in 2016?

The GOP faces an existential threat from the rise of the “Democrat Tory” wing of the Party.

The RNC is ready to reelect Reince Priebus as their leader, even after the disastrous primary campaign.

The Obama administration’s misguided and dangerous perspective on Iran could wreak havoc for years to come.

Solomon observes that “at the heart of Obama’s philosophy was a sense that” his administration “had righted history” with the Iran deal. That’s a messianic sense. From paying what bears an uncanny resemblance to ransom, to disregarding state sponsorship of terrorism and declining to confront epic state brutality, to triggering nuclear proliferation in the name of nonproliferation, what will a messianic sense not justify?

Apparently FBI Director James Comey never fact checked Hillary Clinton’s story about former Secretary of State Colin Powell… otherwise he would have realized that Hillary did indeed lie to the FBI.

The Nine Lives of Donald Trump.

Uh-oh. It seems that all of the evidence points to the idea that there is another “Edward Snowden” hiding in the NSA.

A comedian was fined $42,000 for telling a joke… yes, free speech is dead.

Unsurprisingly, in Louisiana, private disaster relief is outperforming government-based assistance.

Fox News’ Andrea Tantaros is suing because she says that the network retaliated against her after she aired her sexual harassment complaints!

Two differing views of the decline of the West.

Of the crowds, by the crowds, for the crowds.

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