News You Can Use for October 22, 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 Saturday, October 22, 2016.

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Hillary Clinton says that she doesn’t want to “rip families apart” so she’s against deporting illegal immigrants, she doesn’t want toddlers to die so she’s against guns, but she’s totes cool with killing babies even if it happens seconds before birth in the most gruesome way possible.

Obamacare Premiums are up 30% in Texas, Mississippi, and Kansas. It’s up 50% in Illinois, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. It’s up 93% in New Mexico… so when does the death spiral finally blow up?

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte announced that his nation would be separating itself from the United States and hitching their wagon to China.

Venezuela’s socialist government has suspended the effort to recall their so-called “elected” leader. The move means that for all intents and purposes, Venezuela has ceased to be a democracy.

“This is a big deal and reveals that the government was fearful of what could happen in the three-day signature collection period. They have effectively postponed the recall referendum indefinitely. This measure makes it difficult to think of Venezuela as a democracy,” said David Smilde, a Venezuela expert at the Washington Office on Latin America…

Dozens of disgusting criminals have been arrested in Georgia as part of a massive FBI sex trafficking sting.

Europe’s horrific morality crisis is unfolding before our very eyes – the euthanasia of people with mental illnesses or cognitive disorders, including dementia, is now a common occurrence in Belgium and the Netherlands.

The threat from Russia is not quite as Obama would have you believe, but it is real and dysfunctional.

The Al Smith dinner that the media has so breathlessly been reporting on, really wasn’t the frigid and stressful event that they’re saying it was.

Christopher Nolan is a renowned filmmaker today, and has made many brilliant films in recent years, but the best came ten years ago.

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