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News You Can Use for August 27, 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 Sunday, August 27, 2017.

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Duty, Dishonor, and the South. A good read on the ongoing monument battle.

The war over our monuments and memorials is simply a cover for a plague of leftist self-hatred.

Fox News’ James Rosen just schooled CNN’s Jim Acosta after the CNN reporter took to Twitter to whine about how the Trump administration has been treating him. Rosen reminded Acosta that the Obama administration treated him, and Fox News, much worse than Trump is treating CNN.

If this is the Democrats “A-Team” then the GOP doesn’t have much to worry about come 2020.

A new study proves that men are more unhappy as stay-at-home dads while women are more depressed as the bread winner. Conservatives are not surprised.

NO! Don’t go around punching Nazis. We need to restore a comprehensively shared commitment to nonviolence and clearly repudiate political violence of any kind.

Is any job really better than no job at all? The liberals at the Atlantic seem to think having no job is actually a better way to go.

The alt-right has invented a new version of Christianity, called alt-Christianity, that isn’t actually Christianity.

Alexandria, Virginia wants to rename a stretch of highway that is currently named after the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis. The Polish government, and some conservatives here in the States, say that Virginia should use the name of a Polish patriot who was also a Revolutionary War hero.

This is NOT good news. 15% of married adults have romantic feelings for someone else, and 29% of Americans have had a crush on a friend’s significant other.

If you’re afraid of aliens, you really shouldn’t be. Science says that there’s really no reason for us to fear any extraterrestrial visitors.

Lagunitas is known for making great beer but their most recent offering is turning a few heads because it’s infused with weed.

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