News You Can Use for October 11, 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 Wednesday, October 11, 2017.

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In the most damning piece to expose the lascivious and criminal Democrat supporting Harvey Weinstein, the New Yorker writes that the media mogul has raped at least three women over the years.

Now, the company he founded (and which is named after him) is planning to change their name in an effort to avoid as much of the blowback from this scandal as it can.

The fallout from the Weinstein scandal could be massive, some actresses and journalists are pushing to ouster every enabler of the sexual predator culture that exists in Hollywood.

The Democrats bizarre IT scandal and corruption story is getting more bizarre every day.

Some Democrats are beginning to argue that if President Trump doesn’t give them everything they want in a DACA deal (to amnesty the DREAMers) then they should threaten to shut down the government. So, now the Democrats are threatening to do the thing that they always denounce the GOP for threatening to do? Hypocrites.

How the Democrat Party became the party of “norm breaking,” and learned to love chaos.

Pat Buchanan believes that the time has come for President Trump to fully embrace the culture war. The pundit also seems to believe that President Trump could be the man to turn the tide of the fight back to the right.

The University of Washington’s College Republicans continue to be ostracized from their community as some anonymous members of the left have taken it upon themselves to vandalize their property. Of course, no one faces any discipline over the matter.

North Korea is suspected of hacking the war plans that were drawn up between the United States and South Korea. Um, how’d a country that is almost pitch dark at night “hack” two of the world’s most technologically advanced nations? I seriously hope this was a “Trojan Horse” type thing…

Sports and politics simply DO NOT mix.

Dear Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) it’s time for you to hang ‘em up and walk away.

Are you confused about what it means to be a “patriot” in today’s America? You’re not alone, so here’s a handy guide to help you understand.

This is why our culture, and our world, is collapsing around us. This. Is. Why.

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