News You Can Use for January 6, 2018

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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 Saturday, January 6, 2018.

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

Chelsea Clinton promises that she’s not a devil worshipper. Seriously. She doesn’t worship Satan.

This is what socialist healthcare does. In the United Kingdom the government run healthcare system has ordered hospitals to CANCEL ALL routine operations in January because they foresee a “flu spike” and “bed shortages” in their emergency departments.

Liberals are No Fun. A columnist in Buffalo excoriated Buffalo Bills fans for being excited about their team making the playoffs, instead of concentrating on “dictator” Trump.

The Daily Wire’s Josh Hammer argues that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is right to end Obama’s unlawful approach to marijuana enforcement.

Meanwhile, conservative thinker David French argues that the time has come for marijuana decriminalization. Not by executive action but by legislative action.

So, you know that new book about how crazy things are in the Trump White House? The author says he can’t be sure if parts of the book are true.

Does Robert Mueller have a “deep throat” witness on Russia?

While liberals often argue against trickle down economics, they seldom attack the benefits of capitalism… there is a reason.

Standards of living rise as a result savings, as a result of inequality, as a result of people keeping their own money and then using it. Those places where savings and inequality have been allowed to rise the most have seen the greatest gains. After all, some of the great advancements require the highest level of investment and therefore savings, such as the car, the mobile phone, life-saving drugs and more.

Indeed, the poor of today in America visit hospitals built on savings – hospitals unimaginable by the poor in most of the world and certainly the rest of history. They also learn in schools that afford “universal education” – an idea that only could be practiced in the age of capitalists.

All that from savings.  All that from inequality.  All that from capitalism – and much of it before the income tax code even came into being.

Fewer American teenagers are having sex or engaging in risky sexual behaviors.

The 9th circuit court of appeals has ruled that Idaho’s “ag-gag” law is unconstitutional because it illegally targets free speech and investigative journalism. The law bans spying at farms, dairies, and slaughterhouses.

The UFC has banned a photographer from their events after he called a female fighter a “dude” in an Instagram post.

So… this is just funny.

 

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