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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 5, 2017.
On late-term abortion leftwing pro-abortion activists are Anti-Science.
The NFL’s ratings continued to slide this past week as the Monday night game saw a 13% drop from the previous week, and even more disastrous, there was a 16% drop in the key demo. There are whispers that the owners are beginning to get desperate as they try to find a way out of their current tailspin.
The media is at it again, this time blatantly lying about a U.N. vote on the death penalty. The leftwing media, and their partners in the mainstream media, are reporting that the USA voted against condemning the death penalty for LGBT community in Muslim nations. This isn’t just twisting things, it’s outright false. The USA voted against a resolution condemning the death penalty in general, since there are many US States that still employ the death penalty. But the lying liberal media is pretending that the Trump administration voted in favor of killing gay people.
Gun control advocates continue to cry, “do something,” without actually offering up any effective measures that might actually curb the violence. Instead, the leftist gun grabbers just keep offering the same tired, failed, and foolhardy ideas.
President Trump may have suggested that the nation might soon be “bailing out” Puerto Rico’s ridiculous debt, but his Budget Director says “not so fast.”
Decades of corruption, mismanagement, and waste in Puerto Rico have nothing to do with President Trump.
Congress slammed Equifax and their CEO on Wednesday in an open hearing about the massive data hack the credit security company recently suffered. One Congressman argued that there’s no law they can pass to “fix stupid,” but earlier this week the IRS handed Equifax a huge no-bid contract to handle the IRS’ identity security measures. It seems that maybe it’s the government that has the problem with stupidity.
Jimmy Kimmel is America’s teary-eyed clown, and he needs to quiet down.
Tom Petty has passed and America has lost an important and powerful cultural voice.
It seems that the one thing many Americans can agree on is their dislike for Megyn Kelly and her new show.