News You Can Use for June 16, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, June 16, 2017.

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The New York Times has been forced to admit “multiple” corrections in recent days, but they argue that all of those corrections don’t “weaken” their argument. Yes, they do.

For middle aged Americans the current “queasy sense of chaos” that pervades our nation today seems eerily reminiscent of our national climate in 1968.

The violence has only just begun and you’d be a fool to think the shootings from this past week will be the last political violence we see from the left.

Donald Trump has never fit neatly within the philosophical confines of the Republican Party, but that doesn’t matter now… he has to be a loyal GOP operative because there is no where else for him to go.

Don’t blame President Trump when Obamacare rates jump again.

Former Indiana Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN) argues that Americans have to end the vicious cycle of violence and remember that we are all American.

Can a Divided America survive?

History has not been very kind to countries that enter a state of multicultural chaos.

The path down the rabbit hole of sexual preferences will never stop because, “Our culture is obsessed with granting validation and approval through naming each sexual phenomena. So we’ll keep making up new terms for sexual preference.”

How could Trump have “obstructed justice” by hoping, on one occasion, that Comey could let the Flynn “thing” go? He never, ever brought it up again, and Comey was the FBI Director for months after that initial conversation.

In a great piece at the New York Times, author Kenan Malik argues that cultural appropriation is a good thing.

A documentary filmmaker in Canada has a prosthetic eye that doubles as a video camera!

The end must be near… because 7% of Americans believe that chocolate milk comes from BROWN cows. 🇺🇸

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