News You Can Use for September 14, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, September 14, 2016.

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Scandal of the Century? Big Sugar bribed the government to blame FAT for our problems.

Is a Donald Trump victory in November a “virtual certainty”?

Even Democrats are done with Hillary Clinton’s stonewalling ways. The big issue is not her health, it’s her continuing problems with transparency and trust… her campaign took an hour-and-a-half to provide any information about her collapse. When they did speak, it was to offer shifting explanations, with the first iteration of the story including no mention of her pneumonia. This doesn’t exactly breed trust.

Oh no. Donald Trump is preparing to unveil his new plan for taxpayers to pay for 6 weeks of maternity leave for mothers.

The Left fully embraces their “deplorables,” will the Right do the same? I sure hope not.

While we should avoid embracing the “alt-right” we should welcome the moniker of “deplorable” when it comes from someone as immoral and uncouth as Hillary Clinton.

Congressman [score]Thomas Massie[/score] (R-KY) recently took to the pages of his local newspaper to argue that it was high time to Audit the Federal Reserve.

One hundred years ago, Congress established the Fed and delegated its constitutional authority “to coin money and regulate the value thereof.” Under the Fed’s reckless inflationary policies, the dollar has lost over 95 percent of its value since then.  My bill, H.R. 24, the “Federal Reserve Transparency Act,” would remove the veil of secrecy around the Fed.

H.R. 24 is not a controversial bill. In fact, Americans demand transparency, and the House of Representatives has responded by passing this same legislation twice in previous Congresses by huge bipartisan majorities.

If Airbnb (a home-sharing Internet based business) has helped more flood victims in Louisiana… then why do we keep giving the government more money and power?

The Boston Globe is now reporting as news, the idea that someone (Putin or Trump) may have poisoned (or be in the act of poisoning) Hillary Clinton. This is what passes for journalism in America today.

There are actually people in the world today who believe that the earth is flat… literally. The good folks at Creation Ministries International have taken it upon themselves to prove why those flat-Earthers are WRONG.

In Africa farmers are now drawing eyes on the backside’s of their cattle in an effort to keep lions from attacking… and it’s working!

Hillary Clinton’s van collapse from a 3rd perspective.

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