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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, October 14, 2016.
The National Review explains how a crowded GOP field led to the rise of Donald Trump.
RCP’s Sean Trende explains where the race for the White House stands with just 26 days left to go.
How Pennsylvania explains the problems that Republicans have with the American electorate.
The folks at Scientific American say that creationism is “anti-science” and they’re not happy that the movement seems to be gaining ground in Europe.
Why this Asian woman is a proud Trump “deplorable.”
Donald Trump has said some bad things, but it’s nothing compared to what Hillary has DONE.
Donald Trump’s gutter talk about women shows yet again that he is bad news. The problem is that Hillary Clinton is far worse.
Politifact is wrong about Hillary Clinton – she most certainly does support tax-funded abortion on demand.
Even Hillary Clinton’s supporters were upset that no one got fired over the Obamacare fiasco.
“I think it was a strategic error not to fire anyone in health care,” Tanden wrote. “carol Shea porter yelled at me about this for 10 min the other day,” she added, referring to the New Hampshire congresswoman.
“I’m trying to be artful here bc of the WH Conference but I do think in real life people would have gotten fired a long time ago,” Tanden wrote, adding, “And not just people in the agency no one cares about.”
One of the biggest searches on Google right now has voters wondering how to vote for a “write-in” candidate!
Minnesota looks likely to be the first major Obamacare domino to fall.