News You Can Use for August 6, 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 6, 2017.

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Washington, D.C.’s problem isn’t that it lacks in “tough guys,” it’s that it lacks in honest, selfless, and honorable people.

Does the President’s private conversation with the leader of Australia offer a “troubling window” into his mind? “I’m the world’s greatest person that does not want to let people into their country.” 

AG Jeff Sessions and the FBI have stepped up their efforts into finding out who’s leaking info on the Trump administration.

The Obamacare death spiral is real and it’s happening now.

Let’s just be honest… CNN’s Jim Acosta is a “knucklehead.”

Or maybe CNN needs a new slogan: “We report. We decide. We report what we decide.”

Because it’s not just Acosta. The whole network is knuckleheaded. Chris Cuomo — the Fredo of the Cuomo dynasty — doubled down on the Lazarus love. The man who once tweeted that the Constitution doesn’t protect hate speech (it almost always does) apparently believes the Liberty poem overrides all that annoying Constitutiony-type stuff. He says the poem is “the signature promise of this country… a solemn vow that was supposed to endure forever.”

Actually, no it’s not. It’s a poem. And Acosta is an absurdity. And CNN is a waste of cable.

Fox News’ Eric Bolling is being accused of sending unsolicited and inappropriate texts to his female colleagues.

Apparently, overweight Asian Americans are viewed as “more American” than their skinnier counterparts.

The gun grabbers are already sending armed police officers to your door to confiscate your guns.

There’s no reason to lump together totalitarians, autocrats, and other fascist-leaners with conservatives and nationalists. They are very different things.

The administrative state vs. America’s Constitutional order.

Is Google just pretending to be a place of openness and diversity?

Would a fine stop you from looking at your phone?

This may be the most depressing look at “what is our purpose” that you’ll ever read. The author argues that the universe doesn’t care about our “purpose,” and that when we die everything just ends. It’s a sad way to live and a sad way to think. But our lives do have a purpose, read about it here.

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