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News You Can Use for November 16, 2016

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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 Wednesday, November 16, 2016.

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Paul Ryan (R-WI) was unanimously nominated to continue serving as Speaker of the House.

Jews from across the political spectrum are standing up to defend Donald Trump and his campaign chief, Steve Bannon, from the mean-spirited and wrong-headed smears calling the men “anti-Semitic.”

In response to the smears, Breitbart media is planning a massive lawsuit against a “major media company.” Girls this is very after had that did out

GOP Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is not happy with the rumors that President-elect Donald Trump is considering former Ambassador John Bolton as a member of his Cabinet, most likely as Secretary of State. “John Bolton never learned and never will…John Bolton more often stood with Hillary Clinton and against what Donald Trump has advised.”

Dr. Ben Carson has reportedly rejected a Cabinet level position in the Trump administration.

Now for some good news – conservative Kris Kobach (Kansas’ Secretary of State) has apparently been tapped to be our next Attorney General!

Recent reports that Donald Trump sought top secret security clearance for his children is all wrong.

Democrat Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) is leading the fight to abolish the Electoral College, which is ironic since the Senate serves a similar function in the legislature. Both are meant as a check against the majority oppressing the minority – which is why every state (no matter the population size) gets two Senators.

Rudy Giuliani says that Donald Trump can rip up the Iran Nuke Deal on his first day in office.

The in-fighting at Fox News continues unabated.

The brilliant and possibly evil Martin Shkreli has been trolling liberals HARD since Trump’s election victory, and it’s pretty funny stuff.

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