News You Can Use for January 2, 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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, January 2, 2016.

The end of John Kerry’s career is fitting – a man who entered public life by defaming his fellow soldiers, leaves it by demagoguing our most important ally.

7 of the mainstream media’s most egregious lies of 2016.

The Washington Post keeps on publishing “fake news”; the most recent example was particularly disgusting. No, the Russians DID NOT “hack” our electrical grid.

Fake fretting about “fake news” at the New York Times.

Just a reminder — there is no hard evidence that the Russian government is involved in the “election hack.” It’s possible, of course, but there is no proof, yet.

This needs to happen across the country.

“Starting next school year, any parent in Nevada can pull a child from the state’s public schools and take tax dollars with them, giving families the option to use public money to pay for private or parochial school or even for home schooling.”

Donald Trump’s team has invited Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to attend Mr. Trump’s presidential inauguration.

President Obama is the definition of a “political corpse.”

Confessions of a columnist: how one writer could get so much so wrong.

The Feds spent more than $700K to study “how glaciers are sexist.” Seriously.

Check out this really cool map detailing how folks in California voted – there is a lot of red out there.

This map details exactly where Donald Trump outperformed Mitt Romney among presidential voters… and it’s telling. The Rust Belt and the Midwest shifted hard towards Trump, even as the South moved slightly away from the GOP.

Enjoy the 10 most politically incorrect moments in TV and movies from 2016.

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