News You Can Use for November 14, 2016

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An important read: this Maine town voted overwhelmingly for Obama… and then solidly for Trump. Why?

The Hoover Institution explains how and why Donald Trump emerged victorious from last week’s presidential election.

The Clinton campaign obviously didn’t read the report from Hoover, because they’ve been telling anyone who will listen that the “Pro-Trump Media” was the reason for Clinton’s loss. I kid you not.

“The media always covered her as the person who would be president and therefore tried to eviscerate her before the election, but covered Trump who was someone who was entertaining and sort of gave him a pass,” said Podesta. “We need to reflect and analyze that and put our voices forward.”

In the wake of Donald Trump’s victory, one of the leaders of the American-Muslim organization CAIR told his supporters that it was time to overthrow the U.S. government.

Townhall media brings us 7 things that liberals should learn from this election… but won’t.

Zero Hedge has a nice companion piece for Millennials suffering through their electoral losses. 7 Harsh Realities of Life Millennials need to understand.

Cardinal Raymond Burke told the Italian daily newspaper Il Giornale that Donald Trump will uphold Christian values and defend the sanctity of life.

The Admissions Director at George Mason University just called Donald Trump’s supporters and those willing to work with Trump… “worthless trash.”

The new liberal hotness is to do away with the Electoral College system. This is a preposterously bad idea, folks. The Electoral College is brilliant. It was established by our Founders as a way to protect the minority from the majority, which is also the reason we have a bicameral Congress where every state (no matter the population) gets 2 Senators, instead of just a House of Commons where representation is based solely on population.

No there wasn’t a “spike” in transgender suicide after the election.

Wow. We may never “cure” cancer but we WILL end cancer deaths.

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