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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 Tuesday, October 10, 2017.
ESPN didn’t suspend Jemele Hill when she called President Trump a “white supremacist,” but they suspended her when she called for a boycott of the Dallas Cowboys. Priorities, amirite?
ESPN's Statement on Jemele Hill: pic.twitter.com/JkVoBVz7lv
— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) October 9, 2017
The fascist leftists at Twitter have shut down Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s Twitter feed because she defends life. Twitter also shut down a pro-life group’s page for similar reasons. However, Planned Parenthood is free to praise the murder of babies in every tweet.
— Marsha Blackburn (@VoteMarsha) October 9, 2017
More reasons to stay away from California… if you call someone the “wrong” gender pronoun you face stiff fines, and penalties, including prison time. However, if you knowingly expose others to HIV you will no longer be charged with a felony crime.
The Las Vegas mass shooting keeps getting weirder and weirder. The NEW police timeline of the shooting is making everyone scratch their heads and ask… “what is going on?”
Some liberals worry that 2020 is starting to look a lot like 1972.
The bottom line of the culture wars, or, why has Hollywood decided to cater to an extreme minority instead of a moderate majority?
Why is everyone hating on Christopher Columbus? Just leave the poor Italian explorer (by way of Spain) alone!
Anybody else miss the “old” Megyn Kelly?
Can we just stop with the empty public “apologies” from politicians and celebrities? They’re meaningless.
They never refer to the actions in question, in part, no doubt, for reasons that could be explained by the well-remunerated graduates of prestigious law schools and public-relations professionals who are their real authors. These pseudo-confessions are soaked in the language of therapy and addiction; windy phrases about “the journey” and “my demons” abound; there is always an emphasis on how “sincerely” (has any genuinely sincere utterance in history ever carried that qualifier, I wonder?) the parodies of feelings being referred to are; parades of excuses are invariably lined up before our eyes so that we can be informed that they are, in fact, “not excuses.”
Hollywood is America’s garbage dump, not America’s conscience.