News You Can Use for August 25, 2016

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I say again, any Republicans voting for Hillary Clinton should be ashamed of themselves.

Weird. Some FBI files that dealt with the connection between Hillary Clinton and the “suicide” of her old friend Vince Foster… seem to have gone missing from the National Archives.

In Akron, Ohio police have arrested and charged a group of men for violently attacking several white people while chanting “Black lives matter.”

Liberals now want our nation’s national parks to get rid of park rangers because they argue that park rangers make minorities feel unwelcome. No, it’s not the rangers are doing… these liberals just think that minorities fear and loathe police.

At West Virginia University you could be punished by the school if you accidentally call a man with a mustache “him”.

Minimum wage hikes in Washington, D.C. have taken a disastrous toll on the restaurant industry there. There have been more job losses in D.C. Restaurants since January than in any other 6-month period since 2001! It’s not just D.C.; the city of Chicago is also suffering the effects of a minimum wage hikes as restaurants begin shuttering their doors forever.

Pro-abortionists should stop using stupid euphemisms. They are literally championing the live dismemberment of human beings.

Has France gone too far? Recently a Muslim woman was accosted by police on a beach and forced to strip off several layers of clothing because she wasn’t acting in accordance with France’s morality/secularist philosophy. Isn’t this exactly the kind of behavior that bothers us about Sharia enforcing Muslim religious police?

Leave it to the liberals! A Louisiana lawmaker wants to stop the “Cajun Navy” from helping their neighbors because the government hasn’t regulated them yet. This while Hillary Clinton, who can’t be bothered to help Louisiana, raises money off of the crisis.

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