News You Can Use for October 24, 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 Monday, October 24, 2016.

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Make no mistake about it folks, Hillary Clinton is very dangerous.

Hillary also happens to be a threat to your Constitutional freedoms – particularly the 1st and the 2nd Amendments.

Surprise! Hillary Clinton is bringing in the “outside money” that liberals pretend to hate at a far faster rate than her opponent. Clinton currently holds a 2-to-1 advantage in outside money.

Why does it seem that Hillary Clinton enjoys a different legal standard than the one you and I have to abide by? Because she does…

In his news briefing, Director Comey laid out a case of how Clinton was “grossly negligent” under the Espionage Act in her handling of classified material, then chose to ignore the law.  As Fox News has reported, a “vast majority” of the career FBI agents and attorneys who dedicated themselves to the year-long investigation believed she should have been criminally charged and were stunned when they watched Comey’s announcement.

Perhaps there is a double standard when it comes to crimes and interpreting the law. 

One for Hillary Clinton… and another for everyone else.  

Will Donald Trump’s candidacy have any long-term effects on our nation if he doesn’t win the election?

Some weird feminists are embracing #NastyWoman as their new rallying cry.

Who are the political elite and how did their many failures cause everyone to hate them?

Life inside the Russian Bear and why the collapse of communism didn’t usher in a new free-market democracy.

Venezuela’s Congress is promising to put their socialist president-come-dictator on trial!

Mexico is now handing out rape whistles to more than half-a-million women in an effort to make their subways safer.

Life in Aleppo, Syria is devastatingly hard. Here’s how one man survives the madness.

The heart-wrenching story of a 10-year old girl saved from the clutches of the barbarians in ISIS.

The Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians are the two teams with the longest World Series drought in Major League Baseball. The Cubbies last won in 1908, and the Indians last won some 40 years later in 1948. Whichever team wins, the victory will end a seriously long dry spell.

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