News You Can Use for December 11, 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 Monday, December 11, 2017.

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The media has apologized for their latest series of missteps in their reporting on President Trump but as Glenn Greenwald at the Intercept rightly points out – if these were just mistakes, we would expect them to go both ways. These mistakes all only go one way – against Trump.

In fact, CNN doubled down on their mistake. The network turned their apology into an opportunity to attack the President again.

If liberals are so worried about monopolies why do they continue to pour more power into the biggest monopoly of them all – the government?

Has anyone else every noticed how much liberals hate being held to their own standards?

Almost 85% of the men arrested and convicted of being sexual predators of young white girls in England… are “Asian.” Which is the British way of saying Muslim.

The vast majority of men convicted of grooming young white girls – 84 per cent – are of Asian origin, according to a report to be published this week.

The study by the renowned counter-extremism think-tank Quilliam says that of these, seven in ten are believed to be of Pakistani-Muslim heritage.

A little boy in Tennessee was being bullied and his mom took to Twitter to find support… and that’s when support came flooding in. More than 18 million people have seen the video and celebrities have been checking in to voice their support for the little guy. It’s a true show of American unity.

Members of the Fordham University College Republicans were kicked out of a campus coffee shop because the manager said that their MAGA hats violated the shop’s “safe space policy.”

If Roy Moore is able to win election to the Senate from Alabama it could sincerely test the boundaries of what the Senate ethics committee can do.

Whoa. A new design for our astronauts spacesuits actually has a “take me home” button that would help stranded astronauts to make their way home.

While filler words like “um” may not be desired in public speaking, they actually serve an important function in our day-to-day conversational lives.

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