News You Can Use for October 13, 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 Thursday, October 13, 2016.

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Your must read of the day: in today’s Democrat Echo Chamber, inconvenient truths are blamed on Putin’s plots.

The polling data continues to paint a bleak picture for Donald Trump, not because Hillary Clinton is growing in popularity, but because perception of Donald Trump continues to worsen… particularly among women.

Obama Lied. My healthcare plan just died. For the third time.

Republicans are deeply, and seemingly irrevocably, divided over Donald Trump’s candidacy for President. Each day seems to bring some new version of hell for members of the GOP to stress about.

NBC wanted to use the Trump tape to do the maximum damage possible, as close to the election as possible.

Apparently Trump is not made of Teflon. Not only is his political star faltering, but his “brand” has taken a big hit in recent days as well.

Some of the Republicans who had begun defecting away from Donald Trump have apparently had second thoughts and are now “un-defecting.” Seems like they should probably make up their minds.

Who’s ready for more bad news? A close ally to Russia’s Vladimir Putin tells America to vote for Trump… or face the possibility of nuclear war.

Cracked Online explains the rise of Donald Trump and actually makes some startlingly good points (a long with some not so good ones).

Don’t look now, but Senator [score]Ron Johnson[/score] (R-WI) is now running neck and neck with his Democrat rival Russ Feingold.

Fascist Youtube continues to work against conservatives!

Why has CNN decided to order a “black out” on the story of Bill Clinton’s “illegitimate” son?

Support for the legalization of marijuana continues to climb across the nation.

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