News You Can Use for October 1, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, October 1, 2016.

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Hillary Clinton and the Democrat Party are continuing their all-out war on black America.

Donald Trump has been vindicated on both his opposition to the war in Iraq and on the problems with his microphone during the first presidential debate!

The Commission on Presidential Debates issued a one-sentence statement Friday admitting “issues” with Donald Trump‘s audio in this cycle’s first debate Monday.

“Regarding the first debate, there were issues regarding Donald Trump’s audio that affected the Trump told reporters immediately following the debate that event organizers “gave me a defective mic” that he said affected the audio inside the Hofstra University venue. 

“Did you notice that?” he asked a reporter immediately after the debate. “My mic was defective within the room.” 

“Was that on purpose?” Trump asked. 

Howard Dean is now trying to blame the media for his decision to imply that Donald Trump had a cocaine habit.

Donald Trump is asking important and necessary questions about the Federal Reserve.

What if Muslim immigrants don’t want to be like us? When being anti-Muslim immigration doesn’t mean that you’re either hateful or anti-immigrant.

“…It was perhaps not surprising that while some of the leaders of the much-derided anti-immigration movement in nineteenth-century America known as the “Know-Nothings” were actually opposed to slavery, and supported extending more rights to women, they were also opposed to the immigration of Catholics into the country, believing that the followers of the pope and his illiberal traditions could end up halting the march towards progress.”

There is an enormous difference in the way that white and black Americans perceive protests against our nation’s police.

Ruh-roh. Is this a Clinton bounce?

Wherein the media hyperventilates about Donald Trump’s automated online propaganda – going so far as to call it his “cyborg” Twitter army.

Why won’t Gary Johnson just drop out of the presidential race already?

Bruce Springsteen must be pretty upset about the current political season because most of his fans seem to be supporting the candidate he opposes.

Why are millennials so stinkin’ weird? Just look at some of these names that they are giving to their children!

The people having the most kids in this country,Millennials, are giving their babies stranger and stranger names. In a time when actual people are naming their children Legendary and Sadman and Lux (after the Instagram filter), that should perhaps come as no surprise.

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