News You Can Use for September 13, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, September 13, 2016.

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Trending: Watch Obama Trash the USA 18 Different Times During His Recent Trip Abroad

The case against FBI Director James Comey: why America’s top “G-Man” should be removed from office, now that he has lost the respect of his peers and subordinates.

Yet another new poll adds evidence that the presidential race is tight.

Remember how liberals were always telling us that America was “more racist” than the homogenous nations of Northern Europe? Apparently, they were wrong. The crushing onslaught of migrants has ignited new tensions throughout Europe where people who were once seen as welcoming and not xenophobic… now wonder if they were racists all along.

Mike Pence is proudly pro-life. “Let me be clear: People who know me well know I’m pro-life, and I don’t apologize for it,” said Pence, the Republican governor of Indiana. “I want to live to see the day that we put the sanctity of life back at the center of American law, and we send Roe v. Wade to the ash heap of history, where it belongs.”

Liberal billionaire George Soros continues to push his Democrat lackeys to promote illegal immigration and to give illegals “the right” to vote.

Pastor Douglas Wilson explains how the secularist liberal comes up with absurd abuses with which to hammer their opponents.

Democrat Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine believes that the Catholic Church should (and will) change their views on homosexuality and gay marriage.

“My support for marriage equality now — my full, complete, unconditional support for marriage equality — is at odds with the current doctrine of the church that I still attend,” Kaine said at a Human Rights Campaign dinner.

“But I think that’s going to change, too … And I think it’s going to change because my church also teaches me about a creator in the first chapter of Genesis who surveys the entire world including mankind and said it is very good, it is very good,” he said.

“Pope Francis famously said, ‘who am I to judge?’ And to that I want to add: Who am I to challenge God for the beautiful diversity of the human family?” Kaine said. “I think we’re supposed to celebrate it, not challenge it.”

Liberals were flummoxed at how to respond to proof of Hillary Clinton’s health problems – first they denied the issue, now they’re praising her for being so tough. There are more than a few serious whispers of the Democrat Party considering how to proceed with a new presidential candidate!

Reverse “Voxsplaining” – decoding a (bad) liberal attempt to skewer the free market.

What every husband wishes their wives understood about men.

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