News You Can Use for October 21, 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 Friday, October 21, 2016.

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Don’t worry folks, it won’t be long before the media begins remembering Donald Trump fondly… in fact, as soon as the next GOP candidate is nominated, he’ll immediately be “worse” than Trump.

Thankfully, no matter who wins this presidential election, he/she will most likely be the last baby boomer to lead our nation.

Donald Trump styled nationalist/populist candidates seem poised to win leadership roles across the European continent, and the citizens couldn’t be happier.

Trump won the 4rd debate… but will it really make a difference in the race?

Debate #3 was another gnarly draw… or was it?

Both major candidates have said little about our public education systems failure to the black community.

Two-thousand Seattle teachers donned “Black Lives Matter” t-shirts in their school this past week.

Say goodbye, America.

In their recent debate, Florida Senator [score]Marco Rubio[/score] (R-FL) embarrassed his opponent, Democrat [score]Patrick Murphy[/score], after Murphy implied that Rubio disrespected and mistreated women.

There are a few dozen members of Congress who’ll be happy to support Donald Trump’s plans to introduce term limits into Congress.

Fox News pundit Charles Krauthammer explains how and why he’ll be voting… and he won’t be casting a ballot for either of the two major candidates.

The CDC is reporting that 3 different sex-spread diseases have hit another record high.

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