News You Can Use for November 20, 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 20, 2017.

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The media is giving up its place in our national democratic process, and our nation is worse off for it.

Joy Overbeck at Townhall may have just written the best summation of the ongoing Roy Moore scandal, and why the Judge should be give the benefit of the doubt… for now.

The New Yorker’s latest piece about the story of Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) being attacked by a crazed, liberal neighbor has an interesting twist… they found a way to blame President Trump for the attack.

Could this really be the “final nail” in the Clinton family coffin?

A former model has come forward claiming that media mogul Russel Simmons raped her and that his friend (and another accused sexual assaulter) Brett Ratner “sat there and watched.”

Simmons and Ratner both deny the story, but actor Terry Crews has proof that Simmons has interceded for sexual assaulters in the past. The actor made public an email that Simmons had sent him, telling him to give a sexual assaulting agent “a pass” for assaulting him.

If we want to end the disgusting inclusion of sexual harassers (and worse) in our politics then we have to get past the plague of “tribalism” that infects our current political culture.

Has anyone else noticed the Democrats “pervert problem“?

Former conservative Senator Tom Coburn has a plan to fight back against Washington, D.C.’s largesse and to save America.

The National Review and Kevin Williamson are not fans of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin or his wife Louise Linton. This is salacious.

We desperately need a new elite.

Interestingly, but Politico finds that Americans aren’t as divided as you’ve been led to believe. We don’t all hate each other…

“If we disagree, we must hate each other. If the media portrays us, certain aspects of us or certain individuals hating each other, then that must be true for everybody … There are things we don’t agree on as a liberal Democrat and as an evangelical leader … We can agree to disagree on gay marriage and disagree on abortion but we probably agree on eight of 10 things that are important to society.”

Google wants more people using solar power, and they’re doing something creepy to encourage homeowners to take the plunge.

Charles Manson is dead.

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