News You Can Use for January 20, 2016

Bradley Manning and Bruce Jenner

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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 Friday, January 20, 2016.

This is it folks. Today is the day. The Obama era is officially over and the Trump era is about to begin.

For some reason the ACLU is demanding that police officers working the Inauguration Day festivities turn off their body cams but are also telling protesters to make sure they record the police at work. Wouldn’t everyone be safest if everyone had cameras on?

By choosing to commute the sentence of the seditious Bradley Manning, Obama “broke faith” with the military and proved himself to be a capricious coward.

Um… apparently some folks are “urging” President-elect Trump to dance with Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner at his inauguration. The idea is that it will signal to the LGBT community that Trump will be a friendly president for them.

Surprise! (Ok, not really a surprise.) Americans are BY FAR the most generous and charitable group of people on the planet.

Canada refused to take some immigrants because they had disabled children. Their reason? It would be too big of a burden on their socialized healthcare system.

Get excited, people — the Trump team is preparing to make DRAMATIC spending cuts! Could this really happen? Here’s hoping!

This is sad… Rick Perry was right to call for the end of the Energy Department, but now that he’s the nominee for Secretary of Energy he “regrets” having said such a thing.

Former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue has been chosen as the nominee for the position of Secretary of Agriculture.

80% of Americans believe that the United States will be paying to build the border wall down South.

Oh, by the way, Fox News has seen a big ratings surge since losing their most popular host, Megyn Kelly. That doesn’t usually happen, but replacing Kelly with Tucker Carlson, who has done a wonderful job, has been a ratings boon for the network.

No, Ivanka Trump is NOT the “First Lady.”

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