News You Can Use for August 24, 2017

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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 Thursday, August 24, 2017.

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Our friend Dr. Kelli Ward, is comfortably ahead in the polls against her Arizona Senate primary opponent Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ). Meanwhile, in Alabama, former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is leading his primary opponent, Senator Luther Strange by a very comfortable margin. The one common thread is that both Ward and Moore are far more conservative than their primary opponents.

The American people seem ready to call it quits in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan has its share of terrorists, but what it mostly has is an endless civil war being fought among rival tribal interests. 

One California Democrats just proved himself completely and utterly ignorant of political violence.

After Charlottesville, it seems that President Trump’s approval rating has finally dipped below 40%.

Most Republicans are beginning to realize that the Trump Dossier is nothing more than a disgusting (and thinly veiled) attempt to smear the man that seemed poised to become President.

Everything, and we mean EVERYTHING, that has happened in the wake of Charlottesville is a National Embarrassment. Maybe President Trump didn’t speak forcefully enough against racism, but the response by the media and the left has been absolutely unhinged.

While many nations throughout history have censored their academics to ensure power (like China does today), in the USA it’s the academics who censor the rest of the nation, in their effort to wield more influence.

What gives censors the right to censor? Who gave some no-name group of people the right to decide who can and cannot be heard?

ESPN removed an announcer named Robert Lee from a football broadcast in Charlottesville, Virginia because he has the “same name” as Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Lee, the ESPN employee, is Korean. ESPN says they made the move to avoid the employee being mocked on the Internet.

Which only goes to show that we, as Americans, live in fear of the Online Mobs! 🇺🇸

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