News You Can Use for August 26, 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.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, August 26, 2016.

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Vice President Joe Biden spent a lot of time apologizing for the Constitution while speaking with government leaders in Turkey.

Each day more and more information leaks out about the corruption that was rife during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State and more and more people join the chorus of calls for an independent investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

WikiLeaks says it has more “significant” documentation on Hillary Clinton’s crimes and misdeeds that they will release before November.

Hillary Clinton is most certainly corrupt – she’s lied, withheld evidence, and traded power for money – but at the end of the day, none of that will matter.

While the mainstream media can’t believe that anyone would ask any questions about the health and fitness of Clinton to be President, they don’t seem to have the same qualms about asking if Donald Trump is healthy enough for the job.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign team is promising to do everything they can to shut down certain conservative websites, if/when they win the White House.

Anyone who is surprised that Donald Trump has “softened” his immigration stance wasn’t paying attention during the primary.

Some so-called “professors” won’t discuss Donald Trump and the 2016 election because ‘being balanced in discussing the election is a “dishonest exercise.”’ Liberals are LITERALLY trying to remove all traces of dissent from their ideas out of the conversation.

Oregon is replacing its coal power with wind… let’s see how that goes.

Somehow the military has “lost” hundreds of thousands of guns – which are now mostly in the hands of terrorists.

Bill Nye “the Science Guy” is NOT a scientist; he just plays one on liberal TV.

Brilliant professor, economist, philosopher, and commentator Walter E. Williams has something to tell us about American colleges today… they’re all lunatic asylums.

A former atheist astrophysicist explains how God used science to bring her to faith.

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