News You Can Use for December 9, 2016

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Former Senator, explorer, and American Hero John Glenn has passed away.

“John Glenn is, and always will be, Ohio’s ultimate hometown hero, and his passing today is an occasion for all of us to grieve,” said Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich. “As we bow our heads and share our grief with his beloved wife, Annie, we must also turn to the skies, to salute his remarkable journeys and his long years of service to our state and nation.

“Though he soared deep into space and to the heights of Capitol Hill, his heart never strayed from his steadfast Ohio roots. Godspeed, John Glenn!” Kasich said.

The Hill explains how the mainstream media is the “chief culprit” behind fake news.

Conservative icon Larry Elder follows the Democrat Party from temper tantrum to self-delusion.

Megyn Kelly got booed and “flicked off” for telling the gathered crowd at the Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment to give Donald Trump a chance. Seriously.

“I have high hopes for him. Despite the tweets and all the rest of it, there is much to admire about Donald Trump.”

Meanwhile, Donald Trump met with Leonardo DiCaprio today, presumably to talk more about climate change. That means Mr. Trump has met with Al Gore and Dicaprio for almost 3 hours this week… but has yet to meet with any leaders in the pro-life movement.

The Ohio state Senate just passed a bill that could allow students to carry concealed on college campuses!

No. America does not need a “strong leader” to put us back on the right path. We need strong citizens to force our legislature to do what is right.

The Washington Post was forced to add an “Editor’s Note” to a recent exposé they ran on “fake news” when they learned that their own sources may be even more fake than the story they were writing.

Hollywood icon Denzel Washington is blasting the mainstream media for peddling “B.S.”, arguing that if you don’t read a newspaper you’re “uninformed” but if you do read the newspaper you’re “misinformed.”

Leave it to Detroit rockstar, Kid Rock, to find a way to make some money off of being patriotic and anti-PC. The rocker has just launched a line of clothes that are sure to make every liberal PC snowflake’s head explode.


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