News You Can Use for November 13, 2017

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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 Monday, November 13, 2017.

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In Virginia the state GOP has far more to do with the party’s recent losses than Donald Trump has.

Keurig has pulled their advertising from Fox News and Sean Hannity’s show, that decision has made a lot of former Keurig consumers very unhappy and they’re responding in an awesome way.

If Roy Moore wins the election in Alabama, could the Senate move to expel him?

How does the GOP manage to screw up everything they put their hands to?

Liberal economists are getting the GOP tax reform plan all wrong.

Did Donna Brazile kill Hillary Clinton’s chances at running for President in 2020.

The rich are anything but idle.

Funny thing about those idle rich: They seem awfully busy. Starting businesses, investing, building fortunes to leave to their heirs. Where do they find the time between the champagne and the yachting and the charity balling and the hunting endangered species and whatnot, I wonder. 

Yep, the New York Times actually published an article where the author actually asks if it’s okay if his kids are friends with white people. This is what passes for journalism today… Apparently, according to the Professor, it’s simply NOT ok to be white.

We need more TV shows showing average, working-class Americans instead of wealthy upper-class ones.

Livescience says that if the asteroid that supposedly killed off the dinosaurs hat hit ANYWHERE else on the planet, they probably would have survived.

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