News You Can Use for November 21, 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 Monday, November 21, 2016.

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The Left has cried “wolf” on racism so loud and so often that the average American has become inured to the effects of the word… and this isn’t a good thing.

Indiana University was just caught paying for the brains of aborted babies for research.

Thanks to Barack Obama’s bad policies, we now have Cubans who live in Cuba cashing in welfare checks.

Another Hollywood actor has come out with some pretty harsh criticism of Donald Trump and his supporters. Michael Shannon is a good actor who has spent a lot of time in a lot of good movies, but his recent comments may make him persona non grata for many Republicans. In a recent interview, Shannon said he believes Trump supporters should all die now.

Even if you’re not a Trump fan, the fiasco that took place after the recent Hamilton show on Broadway was an utter disgrace. The brilliant David French at the National Review explains why the left has no right to lecture America about Donald Trump.

The Democratic party served to America – with the full cooperation of its elite and much of its celebrity base – a thoroughly corrupt candidate with a decades-long record of dishonesty and duplicity. She mishandled the nation’s secrets, used her family foundation to run a secretive, high-dollar pay-to-play scam, and advanced a platform that would have trampled the First Amendment rights of millions of Americans. Her one ideological consistency was relentless, extremist support for abortion rights.

Don’t fool yourself, the Hamilton dustup matters.

The Front National in France may give the world another electoral shock as their leader, Marine Le Pen, has taken a commanding lead in the most recent polls. The Front National is often called a “far-right” Party, but they are actually leftist on most economic and trade policies.

Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is an important part of the President-elect’s inner circle.

Interestingly, donations to the Clinton Foundation tanked in 2015 as allegations of corruption continued to build.

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