News You Can Use for January 11, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, January 11, 2016.

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Trending: Liberal Students Throw Tantrum when Biologist says Men and Women are Different          

Amazing. Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential bid cost more than 1.2 BILLION!

Rand Paul and Donald Trump are working together to force the GOP to repeal Obamacare.

Legislators in Washington, D.C. have just finished passing what could be the most Orwellian piece of legislation in years.

Awww… it seems that President Obama’s strongest supporters in his administration can’t seem to find any work!

Civil rights leader Roy Innis, who became notorious among liberals when he moved from liberal to conservative, has passed away at 82 years old.

Why is it that the only time the Democrat Party ever seems to care about deficits is when a Republican is President?

How long a $100 bill survives in circulation is an interesting and helpful way to see how bad inflation really is.

If you’re terrified about Donald Trump and how he might use his presidential powers… thank the liberals who helped President Obama expand his powers as much as he possibly could.

David Ignatius at the Washington Post explains why the recently released intelligence report on Russia just isn’t enough information for any of us to make an educated decision off of.

We’ll soon know the truth about the Russian spying, though…

Politically correct students at the University of London are demanding that figures in history like Immanuel Kant, Plato, and other “white” figures in history should be dropped from the university syllabus.

The United Nations continues to ship more and more refugees out of the Muslim World, and more than 60% of them are being shunted into the USA.

Meryl Streep’s disgusting Golden Globes speech is why the left wins the culture wars.

MMA fighters are not happy with Meryl Streep’s use of their sport as a negative example of what could happen in a Trump administration.

For the first time in world history “less than 10% of the world’s population will be living in extreme poverty by the end of 2015.”

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