News You Can Use for December 30, 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, December 30, 2016.

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John Kerry’s disgusting speech explaining the stunning betrayal of Israel was full of misinformation and foolishness. David French wonders exactly which American values Kerry is speaking about when he argues that Jews shouldn’t be allowed to live in Judea or Samaria.

The University of Oregon has decided to end free speech – if you say anything about race, sexual orientation, sex, religion, etc. you could get yourself suspended.

Thomas Sowell has retired and now the folks at the Foundation for Economic Education are looking back at 25 years of brilliant writing from a giant of conservatism.

A woman in Afghanistan has been beheaded by the Taliban. Her crime? She went shopping without her husband.

Steve Martin falls victim to liberal social justice warriors who didn’t like his memorial to Carrie Fisher.

Another local business is telling customers who voted for Donald Trump to stay away. This time it’s a café in Hawaii that would rather not serve any Trump voters.

Yikes. The Obama family’s vacations cost the American taxpayers $85 Million over the last 8 years!

In an amazing (and horrible) record, President Obama grew our regulatory state by 12% in the month of November 2016.

This story is proof that the liberal left has gone completely and utterly insane. A black actor has been attacked for giving in to white supremacy because of a picture he took of his close friends at Christmas.

The most recent study of worldwide persecuted religious groups has found that Christianity is still the most persecuted religion on the planet.

The Daily Signal has the details on the secret meeting where environmental activists hatched a plan to push state Attorney Generals to prosecute climate skeptics.

A painting that depicts police officers as pigs terrorizing a black neighborhood is now hanging proudly in the U.S. Capitol.

Greta Van Susteren is coming back to cable news… but her new show will now be on MSNBC at 6pm.

Sadly, Donald Trump has tapped Trinity-denying heretic Paula White to deliver a prayer at his inauguration.

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